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Old 02-13-18, 04:43 PM
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Kettering Fairmont D-1 District Rankings #6

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.

Please let me know if anyone has inside information about new weights, schools, or wrestlers that they think should be added.

Iíve tried shifting the wrestlers around from schools that changed divisions. Please let me know if any are wrong, or if Iím forgetting any schools/wrestlers.

* = unsure about participation

106-
1. Zach Shupp- Fairfield (2nd, 6th state)
2. Dustin Norris- LaSalle (1st middle school state)
3. Pacey Najdusak- Mason (SQ)
4. William Doepker- Elder
5. Josh Miller- Edgewood
6. Nolan Moore- Moeller
7. Jacob Cotsonas- Loveland
8. Matt Motter- Butler

Norris majored former middle school state placer Trace Braun 14-5 in the semifinals of the state duals.

Najdusak beat former middle school state placer Richie Delsanter 9-8 in the quarterfinals of the state duals.

Doepker won a title at the Rieman where he pinned former middle school state champ Zack Mattin in the semis and bested middle school state placer James Baumann 7-6 in the finals.

113-
1. Lucas Byrd- LaSalle (3rd, 7th state)
2. Brandon Lucas- Western Brown (4th state, 5th state 2015)
3. Moustapaha Bal- Fairfield
4. Josh Suddeth- Butler (SQ 2016)
5. Darius Lovett- Winton Woods
6. Kyah Patrick- Beavercreek (5th district)
7. Collin Lovett- Miamisburg
8. Josue Dawson- Princeton

Byrd knocked off state placer Dylan Shawver 4-3 in the quarterfinals of the state duals in what may be a preview of the state finals. He followed that win with a 4-1 victory over nationally ranked Tanner Jordan in the next round.

Bal pinned Dante DiTullio in the finals of the GMC Tournament.

Suddeth beat Patrick 3-2 in the GWOC finals.

120-
1. Mason Kleinberg- Springboro (6th district)
2. Logan Hoskins- Butler (SQ)
3. Antoine Allen- LaSalle (SQ)
4. Cameron Baird- Harrison (SQ)
5. Dante DiTullio- Mason
6. Jedediah Marlow- Western Brown (6th state)
7. Christian Chavez- Lakota E.
8. Cole McGuire- Miamisburg (6th district)

Kleinberg defeated Hoskins 8-2 in the GWOC finals.

126-
1. Jabari Thomas- Fairfield (8th state)
2. Casey Wiles- LaSalle (6th middle school state)
3. Jack Collins- Elder (5th district)
4. Dylan Waugh- Mason
5. Bailey Suddeth- Butler (6th district 2016)
6. Joe Pascale- Troy (6th district 2015)
7. Tanner Donatahan- Western Brown (SQ)
8. Kobey Bronaugh- Milford (5th district 2016)

Thomas defeated Waugh 12-5 in the finals of the GMC Tournament.

Suddeth defeated Pascale 7-0 in the GWOC finals.

132-
1. Jordan Ward- Moeller (7th state)
2. Ronnie Pietro- Butler (7th, 3rd, 4th state)
3. Sam Glassco- Mason (SQ)
4. Darnai Heard- LaSalle (2nd middle school state)
5. Seth Lambers- Elder
6. Hunter Barge- Harrison (6th district)
7. Andrew Knick- Northmont (SQ)
8. Seth Taylor- Western Brown (SQ)

Pietro majored James Davis 12-3 in the GWOC finals.

Barge finished 2nd at the Rieman where he beat state qualifier Deshea Pettiford 9-4 in the semis.

138-
1. Eílan Heard- LaSalle (5th district)
2. Gavin Bell- Beavercreek (SQ)
3. Jovan Fuqua- Princeton (SQ)
4. Jacob Bernhardt- Harrison (6th district)
5. Jordin Hamblin- Western Brown (SQ)
6. Justin Taylor- Oak Hills (SQ)
7. Adam Klaserner- Elder
8. Casey Lawrence- Little Miami

Bell teched his way to a title at the GWOC Tournament, defeating Gavin Fogel 16-1 in the finals.

Fuqua defeated Taylor 6-3 in the GMC finals.

Bernhardt won a title at the Rieman where he beat district placer James White 17-1 in the semis before defeating Devin Wood 1-0 in the finals.

145-
1. Christopher Donathan- Mason (SQ)
2. Ryan Whitten- Stebbins
3. Austin Mullins- Wayne (2nd middle school state)
4. Amar Thomas- Fairfield
5. Chucky Lipps- Elder
6. Luke Shirley- Harrison
7. Collin Houston- Princeton
8. Ian Heiland- Beavercreek (6th district)

Donathan defeated Houston 18-4 in the GMC finals and then bested 2x state placer Sam Dover 10-8 in sudden victory in the quarterfinals of the state duals.

Mullins beat state qualifier Caleb Blake 11-6 in the finals of the GWOC Tournament.

Lipps finished 5th at Hayes where he beat Shirley 3-2 in the 5th place final.

152-
1. Brett McIntosh- Harrison
2. Drew Wiechers- Centerville (5th district)
3. Jordan Hardrick- Wayne (SQ)
4. Chase Haehnle- Oak Hills
5. Jestin Love- Butler
6. X-Xavier Weathersby- Elder (5th district)
7. Derek Spears- Western Brown (5th district, SQ)
8. Ethan Marsh- Lebanon

Wiechers beat Hardrick 4-3 in the GWOC finals

Weathersby finished 2nd at the Rieman where he beat Luke DeWeese 9-4 in the semifinals.

160-
1. Austin Murphy- Elder (SQ, 6th state 2016)
2. Nevan Snodgrass- Kettering Fairmont (4th state)
3. Trey Sizemore- LaSalle (SQ)
4. Joey Bradberry- Lakota W.
5. Jaden Hardrick- Wayne
6. Sean Mondello- Talawanda (SQ)
7. Kamal Adewumi- Mason
8. Conner Beerman- Fairfield

Murphy pulled off a huge upset at the Rieman, pinning former state champ Jaden Mattox in the finals.

Snodgrass defeated Hardrick 7-1 in the GWOC finals.

Bradberry defeated Adewumi 3-1 in the GMC finals.

170-
1. Cornell Beachem- Winton Woods (3rd state)
2. Sam Wyche- Moeller (SQ 2016)
3. Simon Shirley- Harrison (5th district)
4. Eric Vermillion- Mason (SQ)
5. Eric Altman- Western Brown (SQ)
6. Ethan Cyrette- Butler
7. Jacob Yost- Springfield (6th district)
8. Brandon Metz- Little Miami

Wyche pinned Shirley in their dual meet.

Shirley finished 2nd at the Rieman where he pinned state qualifier Garrett Barth in the semis.

Cyrette beat Yost 5-4 in OT in the GWOC finals.

182-
1. Charles Sanders- Elder (8th state)
2. Blake Wilson- LaSalle (5th state)
3. Jansen Love- Butler
4. Sebastian Beachler- Miamisburg
5. Jeremy Beamer- Loveland
6. Drew Katona- Lakota E.
7. Aiden Bullard- Hamilton
8. Jacob Kowalski- Springboro

Love beat Beachler 16-1 in the GWOC finals.

Katona beat Bullard 8-3 in the GMC finals.

195-
1. Jake Thompson- Moeller (2nd state)
2. Michael Baker- LaSalle (SQ)
3. Dylan Moran- Northmont
4. Adam Goldfuss- Oak Hills
5. Max Boyle- Harrison
6. Joe Wahl- West Clermont
7. Nick Coyle- Butler
8. Blake Justice- Lebanon

Moran beat Nick Coyle 3-0 in the GWOC finals.

Boyle won the Rieman title, besting Caleb Wood 10-8 in the semis before downing Jarin Curtis 8-5 in the finals.

220-
1. Joe Cochran- Springfield (4th state)
2. Antonio McCloud- Elder (SQ)
3. Cameron Sauerwein- Harrison (SQ)
4. Garrett Bledsoe- LaSalle (8th state)
5. Trevor Hankins- Moeller (SQ 2016)
6. Bradley Smith- Beavercreek
7. Ben Blevins- Little Miami
8. Justin Noble- Western Brown (6th district)

Cochran pinned Smith in the GWOC finals.

McCloud bested Sauerwein 15-5 in the Rieman finals.

285-
1. Alec Moore-Nash- Elder (7th state)
2. Jack Heyob- St. Xavier
3. Jacob Padilla- Wayne (SQ)
4. Jacob Charette- Centerville (SQ)
5. Paul McKnight- Winton Woods
6. Jon Hardin- Miamisburg (6th district)
7. Peyton Bartley- Xenia
8. Brogan Reed- Mason

Moore-Nash beat Max Millen 5-3 in the finals of the Rieman.

Padilla pinned Hardin in the GWOC finals.

Teams:
1. LaSalle
2. Elder
3. Harrison
4. Butler
5. Mason
6. Moeller
7. Fairfield
8. Western Brown

LaSalle reached the semifinals of the state duals after posting a quarterfinal win over Elyria (40-30).

Elder won the title at the Rieman where they defeated second place Massillon Perry by 3 points (252.5-249.5).


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


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Old 02-13-18, 09:39 PM
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Great job Max, appreciate it.

Gonna be a dog fight for that final spot at 113,
4-7 are all super close, any of them could get that spot!!
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Old 02-13-18, 09:41 PM
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Will Charette (CV 285) be back?
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Old 02-13-18, 09:43 PM
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FYI - heard this weekend at GWOC that Cole McGuire isn't wrestling.
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Old 02-13-18, 09:44 PM
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Great job Max, appreciate it.

Gonna be a dog fight for that final spot at 113,
4-7 are all super close, any of them could get that spot!!
Thanks for the kind words. There are going to be a lot of interesting weights at this district.
132 may be my favorite.

I'm not sure about Charette.
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Old 02-13-18, 09:48 PM
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Thanks for the kind words. There are going to be a lot of interesting weights at this district.
132 may be my favorite.

I'm not sure about Charette.
Also at 145 I think Mullins (Wayne) Will be at 138 and I believe Whitten (Stebbins) is done for the year.
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Old 02-14-18, 06:56 AM
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Mullins will be at 145 for sectionals.
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Old 02-17-18, 09:41 PM
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113 Josue Dawson- Princeton Major Decision over Darius Lovett- Winton Woods 11-3
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Old 02-17-18, 09:47 PM
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113 Josue Dawson- Princeton Major Decision over Darius Lovett- Winton Woods 11-3
I guess WW Coach Jason Dean getting busted video taping Princeton wrestlers didn't effect the outcome of this match
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Old 02-17-18, 10:40 PM
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I guess WW Coach Jason Dean getting busted video taping Princeton wrestlers didn't effect the outcome of this match
Is that illegal?
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Old 02-17-18, 10:46 PM
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Unless WW was in that match or the tournament has agreed to make it available, it is really frowned upon and perhaps illegal if done in a way to gain an advantage in "secret".
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Old 02-17-18, 10:53 PM
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Unless WW was in that match or the tournament has agreed to make it available, it is really frowned upon and perhaps illegal if done in a way to gain an advantage in "secret".
All other sports scout their opponents. I donít see what the big deal is.
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Old 02-17-18, 11:00 PM
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All other sports scout their opponents. I donít see what the big deal is.
Yeah but the exchange of actual video is done between coaches facilitating it. I honestly have no idea what this is all referencing but I would say if I was a coach and some random person was video taping my team, it would raise some flags if they weren't involved in that match. I understand parents taping their own kids and coaches taping their own athletes, but as far as scouting goes you can't film it without permission.
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Old 02-17-18, 11:06 PM
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Yeah but the exchange of actual video is done between coaches facilitating it. I honestly have no idea what this is all referencing but I would say if I was a coach and some random person was video taping my team, it would raise some flags if they weren't involved in that match. I understand parents taping their own kids and coaches taping their own athletes, but as far as scouting goes you can't film it without permission.
As I said, The "random person" taping Princeton wrestlers from his cell phone was none other than WW head coach Jason Dean.
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Old 02-17-18, 11:09 PM
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As I said, The "random person" taping Princeton wrestlers from his cell phone was none other than WW head coach Jason Dean.
Was he in WW gear and was WW in the match? Or was he wearing plain clothes in the stands and WW wasn't even at the event?
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Old 02-17-18, 11:34 PM
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You guys seem like you’re whining about nothing. Flo and Track tape grade school, junior high, and high school matches all the time. Seriously, what’s the big deal if he was taping a match and preparing his wrestlers?
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Old 02-17-18, 11:48 PM
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First of all, it wasn't Coach Dean taping, it was an assistant. And unless rules have changed it is illegal to tape for scouting purposes. I agree in today's world it's easy to get video on pretty much any kid if you desire.

The WW coach who was doing the taping knew it was wrong and was attempting to hide it. Problem was Northmont didn't bring many fans and this certain gentleman was sitting with other WW staff as well as a few others from the Cincy wrestling scene.

Like I said, I don't think it's a big deal with how easy it is to get video. Just more ethically wrong to happen between coaches. I'd understand it more from a parent.
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Old 02-18-18, 12:07 AM
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The WW coach who was doing the taping knew it was wrong and was attempting to hide it. Problem was Northmont didn't bring many fans and this certain gentleman was sitting with other WW staff as well as a few others from the Cincy wrestling scene.
It happened the day before on Friday vs Northmont...before todays match with WW. Coach Jason Dean posts here often with much to say. Coach, whats the deal? Were u with the staff member from WW who was busted taping?
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Old 02-18-18, 01:39 AM
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When it was brought to Jason's attention he said he hadn't been aware of it and stopped it from there on out. I have no reason not to believe him and don't really see what advantage they would've got from taping the matches as there were only going to be a few close matches anyways. There wouldn't be time to really watch/plan with the wrestlers for a match the next morning and the two schools aren't at the same sectional.

If anything, I blame it on a newer coach thinking this was the correct way to scout. Coach Dean has done a great job of building the Winton Woods program and staying there when other "more appealing" positions may have been offered. I personally have nothing but respect for what he's doing for that program and his kids. I wish them nothing but success the rest of the season and hope to see Cornell Beachem on the top of the podium in a few weeks.
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It looks like we should be well represented out of the Kettering District this season. Best of Luck to all.


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It looks like we should be well represented out of the Kettering District this season. Best of Luck to all.


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Anything less than 30 placers would be shocking.
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Old 02-18-18, 01:11 PM
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Anything less than 30 placers would be shocking.
14 weights
4 qualifiers per weight
4 districts
8 placers
112 placers

Are we able to capture greater than that 25% market share? You seem to have a better handle on the overall depth across the state. We seem to be trending upward in the district.


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Old 02-18-18, 01:33 PM
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14 weights
4 qualifiers per weight
4 districts
8 placers
112 placers

Are we able to capture greater than that 25% market share? You seem to have a better handle on the overall depth across the state. We seem to be trending upward in the district.


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Last year placement was about 27 and this year I think the district is stronger. The Hamilton sectional was the big winner with having the most placers.
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Old 02-18-18, 09:13 PM
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Last year placement was about 27 and this year I think the district is stronger. The Hamilton sectional was the big winner with having the most placers.
I hate to say it (as a Central guy), but the Central District is definitely giving away some spots this year ... i.e., they'll have far below the 25% "fair share," so those are there for the taking.
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