Muskingum Valley League Rankings

walmat

Member
My Predictions:

The year of the COVID! I have seen very few results. So take this with a grain of salt!

I welcome any insight into which weights certain wrestlers are competing, because I know that I’m bound to be off with some wrestlers. 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.

Team Rankings (decided by dual meets)
Big
1. Tri-Valley
2. Sheridan
3. River View
4. Philo
5. Maysville
6. John Glenn

Small
1. New Lexington
2. Morgan
3. Meadowbrook
4. Coshocton
5. West Muskingum
6. Crooksville

Individual Rankings
106:

1: Ethan Burkhart NL
2: Jeremy Gano - RV
3: Elijah Burkhart – MO
4: Blake Clouse – SH
5: Wyatt Dennison – TV
6: Evan Dyer - MBK
7: Courtney Bichard – JG
Burkhart is the clear favorite here owning decisive victories over Gano and his Raider cousin. Could be a battle to reach the finals between Gano and Morgan’s Burkhart.

113
1: Alexander Crane – SH
2: Jarrett Stillion - MBK
3: Colton Smitley - MA
4: Tyler Ratliff 10 NL
5: Jared Smith – JG
6: Caleb Coleman – TV
7: Adam Cooper – MO
Very solid weight class includes three state qualifiers and a returning MVL Champion. Crane is s step above Stillion and Smitley (who should battle it out in semifinals). Returning league champ Ratliff should grab the fourth spot.

120
1: Issac Ratliff – NL
2: Caden Wilson – JG
3: Rylan Snedeker – TV
4: Dakota Harris – SH
5: Anthony Humphrey – MA
Not a real solid weight class here. The freshman Ratliff has had a solid season so far.

126
1: Joseph Eckelberry – TV
2: Konnor Samson – WM
3: Tucker Mounts – RV
4: Hunter Wallis – SH
5: Drake Harper - MA
6: Harley Gottke - NL
7: Keltin Stelair– MBK
Eckelberry is class of this weight class.

132
1: Kody Beal - NL
2: Austin Philabaum – RV
3: Carter Mottley – SH
4: Slade Huston - TV
5: Cohen Bunting – JG
6: Matix Martin - MBK
7: Braden Strode – MO
8: Andrew Edwards – WM
9: Ethan Dixon - COSH
10: Maysin Patterson – CR
Another good weight class here. Beal is a returning state qualifier. Philabaum and Mottley are solid and could surprise here.

138
1: Shaun Pletcher – NL
2: Cullen Van Rooyen – TV
3: Luke Snider – SH
4: Gavin Kesterson – RV
5: Andrew Phillip - PH
6: Owen Hays - MBK
7: Zane Rollins – WM
8: Blayn Wilson – MA
9: Pierce Pfister - COSH
Pletcher is, a state qualifier, is a having a solid season and should win this weight class. Van Rooyen is a returning state qualifier. Snider is a very good wrestler.

145
1: Wyatt Abele – NL
2: Isaiah Armstrong – TV
3: Blake Linkous - PH
4: Hunter Jamison - SH
5: Noah Lingle - MBK
6: Stephen Crumbaker – WM

Abele is having a great season and Armstrong is a state alternate. Look to have a nice finale here.

152
1: Jason Patterson - TV
2: Hunter Rose – NL
3: Kaleb McFee – WM
4: Tristan Nieswanger - MBK
5: JD Herron - RV
6: Luke Ramsey - COSH
7: Mason Dolch – SH
8: Tony Monlux – MA
Patterson is talented. Rose having a solid sophomore season, McFee and Nieswanger are talented. Any one of the five could win it. Good looking weight class.

160
1: Drew Lincicome – PH
2: Jacob Dold – NL
3: David Coleman – TV
4: Travin Berry – RV
5: Brady McManaway - MBK
6: Kobe Rust - COSH
7: Daniel Chapman - CR
8: Clayton Bates - JG
9: Daniel Tokie – MO
10: Jacob Ramey – SH
Lincicome is a slight favorite here over the next three having been a finalists. Again the next three are very solid grapplers and could very easily grab this title.

170
1: Jordan Barnett – SH
2: David Chapman - CR
3: Marshall Humphrey - MA
4: Trey Helwig – NL
5: Ethan Paladino - TV
6: Clay Greuey - MO
7: Darien Smitley - COSH
8: Connor Sensabaugh - JG
9: Zack Savage – PH
Barnett is heads above the challengers here. A state placer with excellent skills is all aspects of the sport. Chapman and Humphrey will battle to see who becomes Barnett’s victim. Helwig and Blackmond will vie for the final spot.

182
1: David Harper – PH
2: Karter Jones - TV
3: Caleb Jacomet – MO
4: Cruz Mobley - RV
5: Hunter Zizek – SH
6: Hayden Clark - NL
7: Joel Weigand - MBK
8: Owen Walters - COSH
9: Matthew Patrick – CR
Harper, when healthy, is fun to watch. He should prevail here. I think the top three are capable wrestlers and anyone of them could grab second.

195
1: Ethan Jenkins – TV
2: Logan McMillen – MO
3: Zane Stanton - COSH
4: Kyler Nader - PH
5: Ethan Derwacter – JG
6: Isaac Mckinney – SH
7: Austin Inherst - MBK
8: Zach Robinson – NL
Another ugly weight class. I think the top two are ahead of the rest of the pack.

220
1: Andy Hill – TV
2: Michael Wagner - RV
3: Trejuan Bradford - JG
4: Landon Petit - MO
5: Payson Day – PH
6: Harper Montgomery – MA
Hill has had a great season & career thus far and should grab this title. Wagner is capable.

285
1: Logan Morris – SH
2: Seth Schneider – TV
3: Gauge Samson - MA
4: Zane Pletcher - NL
5: Brandon McClain – MO
6: Jacob Averitt - RV
7: Austin Steele – MBK
8: Brandon Crown - COSH
Morris has distanced himself from Schneider and Samson over the past two seasons. Morris (a state qualifier) may be the most improved wrestler in the league. Schneider and Samson matchup should be competitive.

WT Class Rankings
113, 132, 138, 145, 285, 170, 152, 106, 220, 160, 182, 120, 195 & 126

Note: Solid Wrestlers I have not seen in lineups yet (which would be ranked) :
(106/113)Corbyn Browning - CR
(113/120)Drew Boyer – SH
(126/132)Michael Eckelberry – SH
(132/138)Garrett Folden - TV
(132/138)Sam Hager – MO
(170-182)Kendall Lent - PH
(195/220)Rocky Parsons - SH
(195/220)Steel Hambel – PH
(220/285)Andrew Rollins - CR
(220/285 Jacob Danielson - NL
 
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Lionattack

Well-known member
My Predictions:

The year of the COVID! I have seen very few results. So take this with a grain of salt!

I welcome any insight into which weights certain wrestlers are competing, because I know that I’m bound to be off with some wrestlers. 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.


Team Rankings (decided by dual meets)
Big
1. Tri-Valley
2. Sheridan
3. River View
4. Philo
5. Maysville
6. John Glenn

Small
1. New Lexington
2. Morgan
3. Meadowbrook
4. Coshocton
5. West Muskingum
6. Crooksville

Individual Rankings
106:

1: Ethan Burkhart NL
2: Jeremy Gano - RV
3: Elijah Burkhart – MO
4: Blake Clouse – SH
5: Wyatt Dennison – TV
6: Garrett Adams – MBK
7: Courtney Bichard – JG
Burkhart is the clear favorite here owning decisive victories over Gano and his Raider cousin. Could be a battle to reach the finals between Gano and Morgan’s Burkhart.

113
1: Alexander Crane – SH
2: Jarrett Stillion - MBK
3: Colton Smitley - MA
4: Tyler Ratliff 10 NL
5: Jared Smith – JG
6: Caleb Coleman – TV
7: Adam Cooper – MO
Very solid weight class includes three state qualifiers and a returning MVL Champion. Crane is s step above Stillion and Smitley (who should battle it out in semifinals). Returning league champ Ratliff should grab the fourth spot.

120
1: Issac Ratliff – NL
2: Caden Wilson – JG
3: Rylan Snedeker – TV
4: Dakota Harris – SH
5: Evan Dyer - MBK
6: Anthony Humphrey – MA
Not a real solid weight class here. The freshman Ratliff has had a solid season so far.

126
1: Tucker Mounts – RV
2: Slade Huston - TV
3: Hunter Wallis – SH
4: Drake Harper - MA
5: Harley Gottke - NL
6: Andrew Edwards – WM
Another ugly weight class. Throw ‘em in a barrel and pick a winner.

132
1: Joseph Eckelberry – TV
2: Kody Beal - NL
3: Austin Philabaum – RV
4: Carter Mottley – SH
5: Konnor Samson – WM
6: Cohen Bunting – JG
7: Matix Martin - MBK
8: Jaron Entrekin - COSH
9: Braden Strode – MO
10: Maysin Patterson – CR
Another great weight class here. Eckelberry and Beal are returning state qualifiers. Philabaum and Mottley are solid and could surprise here.

138
1: Shaun Pletcher – NL
2: Isaiah Armstrong – TV
3: Luke Snider – SH
4: Gavin Kesterson – RV
5: Owen Hays - MBK
6: Zane Rollins – WM
7: Blayn Wilson – MA
Pletcher is, a state qualifier, is a having a solid season and should win this weight class. Although Patterson is a state alternate and Snider is a very good wrestler.

145
1: Cullen Van Rooyen – TV
2: Wyatt Abele – NL
3: Darion Smitley - COSH
4: Blake Linkous - PH
5: Noah Lingle - MBK
6: Stephen Crumbaker – WM
Van Rooyen is a returning state qualifier and Abele is having a great season. Look to have a nice finale here.

152
1: Kobe Rust - COSH
2: Hunter Rose – NL
3: Alex Niner – TV
4: Kaleb McFee – WM
5: Tristan Nieswanger - MBK
6: JD Herron - RV
7: Hunter Jamison – SH
8: Tony Monlux – MA
Rust won thirty matches last season, Rose having a solid sophomore season, Niner, McFee and Nieswanger are talented. Any one of the five could win it. Good looking weight class.

160
1: Jacob Dold – NL
2: Jason Patterson - TV
3: Travin Berry – RV
4: Drew Lincicome – PH
5: Brady McManaway - MBK
6: Daniel Chapman - CR
7: Zen Howard - COSH
8: Clayton Bates - JG
9: Daniel Tokie – MO
10: Jacob Ramey – SH
Dold is a slight favorite here over the next three having been a finalist in the past. Again the next three are very solid grapplers and could very easily grab this title.

170
1: Jordan Barnett – SH
2: David Chapman - CR
3: Marshall Humphrey - MA
4: Trey Helwig – NL
5: Porter Blackmond - TV
6: Clay Greuey - MO
7: Luke Ramsey - COSH
8: Connor Sensabaugh - JG
9: Zack Savage – PH
Barnett is heads above the challengers here. A state placer with excellent skills in all aspects of the sport. Chapman and Humphrey will battle to see who becomes Barnett’s victim. Helwig and Blackmond will vie for the final spot.

182
1: Karter Jones - TV
2: Caleb Jacomet – MO
3: Cruz Mobley - RV
4: Kyler Nader - PH
5: Hunter Zizek – SH
6: Hayden Clark - NL
7: Joel Weigand - MBK
8: Matthew Patrick – CR
I think the top three are capable wrestlers and anyone of them could grab the top spot. Battle for fourth will be a crapshoot.

195
1: Ethan Jenkins – TV
2: Logan McMillen – MO
3: Payson Day – PH
4: Ethan Derwacter – JG
5: Isaac Mckinney – SH
6: Zach Robinson – NL
Another ugly weight class. I think the top two are ahead of the rest of the pack.

220
1: David Harper – PH
2: Andy Hill – TV
3: Michael Wagner - RV
4: Trejuan Bradford - JG
5: Landon Petit - MO
6: Zane Stanton - COSH
7: Harper Montgomery – MA
Harper, when healthy, is fun to watch. He should prevail here. Although Hill has had a great career thus far. Wagner is capable.

285
1: Logan Morris – SH
2: Seth Schneider – TV
3: Gauge Samson - MA
4: Zane Pletcher - NL
5: Brandon McClain – MO
6: Jacob Averitt - RV
7: Austin Steele – MBK
Morris has distanced himself from Schneider and Samson over the past two seasons. Morris (a state qualifier) may be the most improved wrestler in the league. Schneider and Samson matchup should be competitive.

WT Class Rankings
113, 132, 138, 145, 285, 170, 152, 106, 220, 160, 182, 120, 195 & 126

Note: Solid Wrestlers I have not seen in lineups yet (which would be ranked) :
(106/113)Corbyn Browning - CR
(113/120)Drew Boyer – SH
(126/132)Michael Eckelberry – SH
(132/138)Garrett Folden - TV
(132/138)Sam Hager – MO
(170-182)Kendall Lent - PH
(195/220)Rocky Parsons - SH
(195/220)Steel Hambel – PH
(220/285)Andrew Rollins - CR
(220/285 Jacob Danielson - NL
Nice report!

Eckleberry of Tri valley isn't at 126? I thought he was nown there.
 
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