Mentor D-1 District Rankings #7

McClearn7

Well-known member
Please let me know any changes that I should make on weights, teams, or divisions, if you have any inside information.

I love doing these rankings, but as it has been pointed out before, they are just for fun. To any wrestlers who read these and feel that they are ranked too low, you may be right.

I am bound to be wrong on many of the rankings, but fortunately they have absolutely no impact on how anyone will finish at any tournament this season or any other year.


* = unsure about participation or availability

106-
1. Pablo Castro- Brecksville (5th district)
2. Christopher Earnest- Wadsworth (2nd middle school state)
3. Vinnie D’Alessandro- Mayfield (6th middle school state)
4. Sam Tillett- Roosevelt (6th district)
5. Jack Schmidt- Walsh Jesuit
6. Austin McBurney- (Massillon) Perry (4th middle school state)
7. Kevin Grunzweig- Solon
8. Dominic Artman/Gavin Greathouse- Lake

113-
1. Mason Brugh- Wadsworth (4th state)
2. Kaden Jett- Brecksville (2nd middle school state)
3. Drew Dulcie- (Massillon) Perry
4. Dominic Gerome- Mayfield
5. Thomas Cassetty- Lake (SQ)
6. Ray Cmil- Boardman
7. Nick Molchak- Solon
8. Will Maghes- (Massillon) Jackson

120-
1. Mikey Lewarchick- Wadsworth (6th district, SQ 2018)
2. Kolin Howard- Maple Hts. (SQ)
3. Ben Sponseller- Lake
4. Chris Rocha- Riverside (5th district, SQ 2018)
5. Ethan Wannett- Lakeside (6th district)
6. Manny Scordos- Brecksville
7. Joey Vazsonyi- Highland (3rd middle school state)
8. Nick Gerome- Solon

126-
1. Dy’vaire Van Dyke- Walsh Jesuit (1st middle school state)
2. Landen Hacker- Wadsworth (4th, 7th state)
3. Colin Roberts- Fitch (SQ)
4. Devin Miller- Brecksville
5. Nick Sabin- Mentor (7th state 2018)
6. Justin Bencie- Maple Hts. (5th district)
7. Mason Valencia- Barberton
8. Creed Hill- Highland (8th middle school state)

132-
1. Jimmy Carmany- Brecksville (4th, 4th state)
2. Jake Williams- (Massillon) Perry (SQ 2018)
3. Chase Henderson- Walsh Jesuit
4. Tyler Wittreich- Riverside
5. Hunter Griffin- Wadsworth (6th district)
6. Tyler Rea- Boardman
7. Josh Futo- Lake
8. Vince Randall- Stow

138-
1. James Bronstrup- Brecksville (SQ)
2. Quentin Whitehill- Medina
3. Trysten Zahoransky- Solon (5th district)
4. Sean O’Horo- Boardman
5. Sam Lord- Ellet
6. David Shue- Wadsworth
7. Tyler Lintner- Fitch (2nd middle school state)
8. Zach Wiseman- Walsh Jesuit (5th district 2018)

145-
1. Victor Voinovich- Brecksville (3rd, 1st state)
2. James Scavuzzo- Highland (6th district)
3. Nick Nastasi- Kenston (SQ 2017)
4. Jake Bryson- Wadsworth (6th district 2018)
5. Zach Richards- Fitch (SQ)
6. Nathan Leko- Solon
7. Logan Daubenspeck- Hoover
8. Matt Hamula- Medina

152-
1. Daniel Patten- Stow (5th, 6th state)
2. William Scavuzzo- Highland
3. Blake Schaffer- Green
4. Brandon Batson- Glen Oak (5th middle school state)
5. Jacob Walsh- Wadsworth
6. Adam Salek- Walsh Jesuit (6th district)
7. Danny Martich- Riverside
8. Nathan Thompson- Boardman

160-
1. Logan Messer- Wadsworth (6th district, 5th state 2018)
2. Brady Linder- Highland (SQ)
3. Ronald Dimmerling- Glen Oak
4. Anthony Rizzo- Brecksville (SQ)
5. Jake Mack- Solon
6. Lincoln Splete- Mentor
7. Aidan McStay- Hudson
8. Liam Brock- Medina

170-
1. Jacob Lagoa- Lakeside (1st 2018, 1st state 2017)
2. Ethan Silvis- Medina (SQ)
3. Aidan Corrigan- Twinsburg
4. Lukas Stiles- Highland (6th middle school state)
5. Logan Shiarla- Wadsworth
6. Carter Lloyd- Brecksville
7. Richard Gibson- Maple Hts.
8. Walter Scrutchings- Firestone

182-
1. Sal Perrine- Nordonia (7th state)
2. Dom Loparo- Wadsworth (5th state)
3. Joey Lyons- Wooster
4. Dylan Davis- Green (6th district)
5. William Speight- Bedford
6. Jacob Smail- Fitch
7. Sam Loechtenfeldt- South
8. Billy Flynn- Maple Hts.

195-
1. Ben Vanadia- Brecksville (2nd state)
2. Jonathan List- Wadsworth (8th state)
3. Seth DiCola- Medina (SQ)
4. Logan Shephard- (Massillon) Perry (5th district)
5. Ben Deguzman- Hoover (5th district)
6. Freddy Lisly- Euclid (5th district)
7. Brendan Demunyck- Hudson
8. Jake Powell- Boardman

220-
1. Ethan Hatcher- Brecksville (3rd state)
2. Chris Merritt- Maple Hts. (SQ)
3. Ryan Prusinowski- Hoover (SQ)
4. La’Ron Parks- Euclid
5. Aeden Begue- Glen Oak
6. Carlos Elias- (Massillon) Jackson
7. A.J. Winterburn- Fitch
8. Chad Woliver- Stow*

285-
1. Max Millen- (Massillon) Perry (3rd state)
2. Marco Tramontano- Mayfield
3. Brenden Holiday- Wooster
4. Joey Perez- Fitch
5. Rager Els- Massillon (6th district)
6. Knowledge Smith- McKinley
7. Michael Keeling- Lake
8. Chase Columber- Hoover


Teams:
1. Brecksville
2. Wadsworth
3. (Massillon) Perry
4. (Medina) Highland
5. Walsh Jesuit
6. Austintown Fitch
7. Medina
8. Maple Hts.


A special thanks to Boro Fan for all the insight into the weights of the wrestlers, Baum’s Page and Jake’s Wrestling for all of the results that they provide, and to any of the other wrestling nerds that actually read these things.


-Max Pearce
 

jjaf

Member
Well 106 Earnest beat Castro and Boro has Ernest ahead of Castro. 152 Walsh beat Scavuzzo head to head but likely not enough to rank ahead but maybe to 4th.
 

jjaf

Member
Don't rankers typically give the nod to the guy that had the most recent win? Earnest was winning the match before he pinned Castro.
They do but they all have their methods. McClearn refaces he does it for fun and greens a lot of his data from Boro that doesn't mean he sides 100% otherwise why do it just look at Boro only. Bucksman's will come out soon. He did an early season but does so much that he does a pre individual tournament ranking. It's all fun and good for debate.

That said I would say that Earnest's season after his loss to Castro has been strong. He lost to the Milan kid in the last seconds and those two are equal. I would give the nod very slight to Earnest as he seems to be peaking.
 

jjaf

Member
Earnest and Castro split two bouts. I gave Castro the benefit of the doubt based off of body of work.
I can see that but I feel the body is close with Earnest a little better this half of the season. No doubter if he would have held off Hermes of Milan the last few seconds.
 
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McClearn7

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They do but they all have their methods. McClearn refaces he does it for fun and greens a lot of his data from Boro that doesn't mean he sides 100% otherwise why do it just look at Boro only. Bucksman's will come out soon. He did an early season but does so much that he does a pre individual tournament ranking. It's all fun and good for debate.

That said I would say that Earnest's season after his loss to Castro has been strong. He lost to the Milan kid in the last seconds and those two are equal. I would give the nod very slight to Earnest as he seems to be peaking.
They do but they all have their methods. McClearn refaces he does it for fun and greens a lot of his data from Boro that doesn't mean he sides 100% otherwise why do it just look at Boro only. Bucksman's will come out soon. He did an early season but does so much that he does a pre individual tournament ranking. It's all fun and good for debate.

That said I would say that Earnest's season after his loss to Castro has been strong. He lost to the Milan kid in the last seconds and those two are equal. I would give the nod very slight to Earnest as he seems to be peaking.
I generally only refer to Boro for weights not results.
My rationale for the ranking was that Castro will have an advantage in tournaments due to his size. He won Brecksville over a nationally ranked wrestler. Hermes (Edison) finished 7th and Cuerbo finished 3rdat Brecksville. Cuerbo just beat Herman who beat Earnest twice. Castro won their conference tournament bout 9-2.
That being said, Wadsworth definitely seems to be peaking as a team, and I won't criticize anyone ranking Earnest ahead of Castro because he does own the most recent win.
 
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