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Old 02-15-18, 11:59 AM
McClearn7 McClearn7 is offline
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Wilmington D-2 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. Chase Huff- Goshen (6th district)
2. Trace Braun- Graham (3rd middle school state)
3. Caleb Thomas- Monroe
4. Ethan Mayo- Valley View
5. Jarman Hargrove- Aiken
6. Ben Breaker- Ross
7. Jordan Zigo- Trotwood-Madison
8. Andrew Stachler- Greenville

Huff pinned his way to a title at Batavia where only Jacob Bryan made it out of the first period (2:37).

113-
1. Tanner Jordan- Graham (3rd state)
2. Trey Finnearty- Circleville (8th state)
3. Josh Dunn- Goshen
4. Joey Dima- Valley View (SQ)
5. Kaleb Ream- (Springfield) Shawnee
6. Chanston Moll- Westfall (6th district)
7. Cameron Smart- Wilmington
8. Logan Bruns- Ross

Jordan majored Scotty Richter 15-7 in the finals of the state duals.

Dunn posted an impressive tournament title at Batavia where he beat state finalist Wyatt Riddle 6-2 in the finals.

120-
1. Nate Keaton- Circleville (1st, 5th, 4th state)
2. Alek Martin- Graham (1st middle school state)
3. Jacob Gentry- Ross (7th, 7th state)
4. Bryce Davis- Kenton Ridge (SQ)
5. Sean Conway- Carroll
6. Tyler Woods- Franklin (5th middle school state)
7. Tyler Harkins- Norwood
8. Levi Clay- Washington (C.H.)

Martin beat state qualifier Antoine Allen 6-2 in the semifinals of the state duals.

Gentry beat former middle school state placer Sam VanSickle 7-3 in the quarterfinals of the state duals.

Davis finished 3rd at the Rieman where he beat Jimmy Bostic 5-0 in the consolation finals.

126-
1. Caleb Brooks- Circleville (3rd, 8th, 5th state)
2. Nick Moore- Graham (1st middle school state)
3. Isaiah Wortham- Chaminade-Julienne (SQ)
4. Kody Beal- Fairfield U.
5. Sam Price- Monroe (5th district, 6th district 2016)
6. Matt Asher- Clinton-Massie (8th state 2016)
7. Demiri Randle- Trotwood-Madison
8. Gavyn Grim- Urbana

Asher finished 2nd at Batavia where he pinned Sam Patterson in the semifinals.

Randle placed 3rd at the GWOC Tournament, besting Tristan Hostetter 11-3 in the consolation finals.

132-
1. Wade Monebrake- Eaton (5th district, SQ 2016)
2. Casey Ragle- Norwood (5th district, SQ 2016)
3. Ayyoub Muhammed- Thurgood Marshall
4. James Davis- W. Carrollton (5th district)
5. Isaac Bennett- Logan Elm (SQ)
6. Isaiah Stickley- Graham
7. Thomas McGraw- Chaminade-Julienne
8. Mason Downs- Circleville

Davis finished 2nd at the GWOC Tournament where he beat state qualifier Andrew Knick 2-1 in OT in the semis.

Stickley posted a 3-1 win over former middle school state placer Casey Wiles in the semifinals of the state duals.

138-
1. J.D. Stickley- Graham (1st state)
2. Ben Sherrill- Bellbrook (SQ)
3. Cole Houser- Benjamin Logan (6th district, SQ 2016)
4. Jacob Lees- (Springfield) Northwestern
5. Brayden Ploehs- Ross (SQ 2016)
6. Ryan Wolf- New Richmond (SQ)
7. Nicholas Machuca- Chaminade-Julienne
8. Tyler Matthews- Circleville*

Stickley knocked off two nationally ranked wrestlers at the state duals. First, he bested Eílan Heard 3-1 in the semifinals in a rematch of the Ironman semis. In the finals of the state duals, he pulled out a 10-9 win over former state champ Bryce Andonian to avenge his earlier loss.

145-
1. Mitch Moore- Graham (1st, 1st, 1st state)
2. Zach Dunn- Goshen
3. Micah Marshall- Chaminade-Julienne (SQ)
4. Caleb Blake- Tippecanoe (SQ)
5. Jonas Proffitt- Westfall (SQ)
6. Logan Iams- Ross
7. Yima Nyamor- Wyoming
8. Drew Grey- Kenton Ridge

Moore beat state placer Walker Heard 8-2 in the quarterfinals of the state duals.

Dunn pinned his way to the finals at Batavia before besting Issia Johnson 10-1 in the title bout.

152-
1. Joey Sanchez- Graham (4th, 5th state)
2. David Frederick- Chaminade-Julienne (3rd middle school state)
3. Zane Nelson- Washington C.H. (5th district, 5th district 2016)
4. Keegan Rawlins- McClain
5. Damion Williams- Urbana (6th district)
6. Carston King- Oakwood
7. Dominic Finch- (Springfield) Shawnee
8. Dylan Murphy- Miami Trace

Sanchez posted his 3rd win of the year over the excellent freshman Paddy Gallagher in the state duals finals where he earned the 3-1 victory.

Rawlins pinned his way to a title at the Frontier Conference Tournament.

160-
1. Ryan Thomas- Graham (1st, 3rd, 3rd state)
2. Isaac Allen- Wilmington (5th district, 5th district 2016)
3. Ross Lennon- Clinton-Massie (6th district)
4. Caleb Linton- Logan Elm
5. Seth Hodapp- Eaton (6th district)
6. Ethan Miller- Fairfield Union
7. Sam Bohannon- Monroe
8. Will Steuerwald- Indian Hill

Thomas beat state placer Tyler Bates 10-0 and state qualifier Trey Sizemore 9-3 in the quarters and semis of the state duals.

Lennon finished 2nd at Batavia where he beat Eric Weber 9-8 in the semifinals.

170-
1. Rocky Jordan- Graham (1st, 1st, 2nd state)
2. Blake Coy- Carroll
3. Chris Conger- Washington C.H. (6th district)
4. Gage Johnson- Franklin
5. Sean Netherton- Westfall (SQ)
6. Dawson Miller- Bellefontaine
7. Rocky Stark- Chaminade-Julienne
8. Wyatt Wilkin- Hillsboro

Conger finished 2nd at the Frontier Conference Tournament where he pinned Jacob Tinkler in the semifinals.

182-
1. Andrew Shafer- Graham
2. Hunter Johns- Chaminade-Julienne
3. Jamonte Crossty- Mt. Healthy
4. Austin Carroll- Zane Trace (SQ)
5. Garrett Gross- Bellefontaine
6. Nathan Snyder- (Springfield) Northwestern
7. Sam Matthews- (Springfield) Shawnee
8. Daniel Greiner- Batavia (SQ)

Grenier pinned state alternate Ryan Buckley in the finals at Batavia.

195-
1. Stone Day- Valley View (2nd, 7th state)
2. Gage Braun- Graham (2nd, 5th state)
3. Jackson Gear- McNicholas (SQ)
4. C.J. Cook- Bellefontaine (6th district 2016, 6th district 2015)
5. Bowen McConahay- Logan Elm
6. Hunter Lester- Franklin
7. Deegan Boris- Hillsboro
8. Scott Mulkey- Westfall

Braun beat state qualifier Michael Baker 11-3 in the semifinals of the state duals.

Boris won the Frontier Conference title, besting Nick Erslan 5-4 in the finals.

220-
1. Johnny Shafer- Graham (7th, 5th state)
2. Mikey Addis- Norwood (SQ)
3. Ben Davis- Circleville
4. Matt Prysock- Fairfield Union
5. Sam Brothers- Clinton-Massie (SQ)
6. Nathaniel Armstrong- Alter
7. Bruno Pattison- Bellefontaine
8. Jamen Hill- Carroll

Shafer beat state placer Garrett Bledsoe 8-3 in the semifinals of the state duals, and he also bumped up to heavyweight for the finals where he beat Luca Santillo 3-1 to lock up the D-1 dual title.

Brothers pinned his way to a title at Batavia, defeating Jacob Tatman in the finals.

285-
1. Lane Cluff- Hillsboro (SQ)
2. Brandon Lenhart- Fairfield Union
3. Alex White- Westfall
4. Seth Bowman- Eaton
5. Alex Coleman- Ross
6. Trent Wilson- Valley View (SQ)
7. Conner Barton- Wilmington (6th district)
8. Elijah Cochran- Chaminade-Julienne

Coleman pinned Adam Neill in the quarterfinals of the state duals.

Teams:
1. Graham
2. Circleville
3. Chaminade-Julienne
4. Ross
5. Valley View
6. Goshen
7. Fairfield Union
8. Westfall

Graham claimed their first D-1 state duals title after knocking off Marysville (56-15), LaSalle (43-16), and St. Edward (28-23) in the quarters, semis, and finals respectively.

Ross pulled off an upset in the quarterfinals of the state duals, defeating Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary (36-36) on criteria.


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.


-Max Pearce
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Old 02-15-18, 04:02 PM
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138-
1. J.D. Stickley- Graham (1st state)

Stickley knocked off two nationally ranked wrestlers at the state duals. First, he bested E’lan Heard 3-1 in the semifinals in a rematch of the Ironman semis. In the finals of the state duals, he pulled out a 10-9 win over former state champ Bryce Andonian to avenge his earlier loss.

I heard E'lan Heard did not wrestle at the state duals...could this have been his brother who Stickley beat?
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Old 02-15-18, 04:15 PM
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138-
1. J.D. Stickley- Graham (1st state)

Stickley knocked off two nationally ranked wrestlers at the state duals. First, he bested Eílan Heard 3-1 in the semifinals in a rematch of the Ironman semis. In the finals of the state duals, he pulled out a 10-9 win over former state champ Bryce Andonian to avenge his earlier loss.

I heard E'lan Heard did not wrestle at the state duals...could this have been his brother who Stickley beat?
Darnei didn't wrestle at state duals
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Old 02-16-18, 12:26 AM
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According to my LaSalle source, Stickley beat Darnai. E'lan did not wrestle.
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Old 02-18-18, 11:09 PM
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Old 02-19-18, 07:57 AM
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i didnt see that Isaiah Wortham- Chaminade-Julienne wrestled in the GCL Conference tournament. Any word as to why?
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Old 02-19-18, 09:13 AM
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I heard he was ill.
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Old 02-19-18, 09:46 AM
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Jamonte Crossty MH wrestled at 170 for SWOC and was pinned in the semi-finals by Boyle of Ross. Boyle also beat Stark of CJ in the Dual Regional finals.
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