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Old 09-30-16, 12:18 PM
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Perrysburg D-1 District Rankings

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It’s been pointed out to me that the districts will be shifting both in location and in which teams/sectionals make up the district.
I will adjust the rankings as the information becomes available.

Some of the weights are bound to be wrong, especially this early in the year. Feel free to let me know if you have any insight or information.

106-
1. Angelo Rini- St. Edward
2. Mick Burnett- Elyria (3rd middle school state)
3. Jimmy Carmany- Wadsworth (1st middle school state)
4. Michael Shaw- Olmsted Falls (5th district)
5. Jared Dressler- Medina (SQ)
6. Ricardo Oviedo- Perrysburg (6th middle school state)
7. Cody Hutt- Anthony Wayne*
8. Damoni Williams- Mansfield Sen.

Rini was one of the better back-ups in the state last year, wrestling behind state champ Andonian.
The only losses that I see on his resume are to Jordan Crace who was 3rd in the state and Jeffrey Thomas who was 2nd.
Among his wins were a 4-3 win over state qualifier Jake Neer (Northmor) in the semifinals at Marion Harding and a 9-1 defeated of Tanner Jordan in the finals. Jordan will likely be Graham’s starting 106 this season.
It’s also worth noting that over the summer, Rini placed 5th at the Cadet Freestyle National Championships.

There appears to be a slew of other talented wrestlers at this weight from middle school state placers to establish district stalwarts.
I ranked Shaw ahead of Dressler based off of Shaw besting Tyler Capodice and pinning state placer Zack Larue last season, but Dressler won their go-to-state bout last year which is pertinent information.
Good thing the matches aren’t decided by someone’s opinion.

Burnett finished below only Tagg and Agin at the middle school state tournament while Carmany won a middle school state title last season.

Hutt was absent from the Anthony Wayne line-up after Brecksville last year, though I’m not sure why. If he’s back here, he’s a legit threat to the top wrestlers at this weight. Among his win last year was a pin of state qualifier Tate Zeman and a 7-3 win over a tough Mike Handy.

113-
1. Caleb Yates- Anthony Wayne (8th, 1st state)
2. Scotty Richter- St. Edward (4th middle school state)
3. Dylan Shawver- Elyria (3rd middle school state)
4. Kyle Ryan- Perrysburg
5. Deshea Pettiford- Fremont Ross
6. Alex Reyes- Steele
7. Matt McMillen- Wadsworth
8. Tim Marshall- St. John’s Jesuit

Yates claimed a second state placement a year removed from his magical title run.
He knocked off eventual state champ Brandon Fenton 4-2 early in the year at Ironman where it was reported that he needed to get a gash stapled at the hospital before returning to the tournament.
He should be right in the middle of another heated race for a state title as he looks to add to his already impressive wrestling lore.

Two stellar freshman may be next best at this weight with middle school state placers Richter and Shawver looking to make an impact on the trophy race at both the district and state tournaments.
Richter split two bouts with Mick Burnett at the middle school state tournament last year while Shawver placed 4th at the Cadet Freestyle National Championships in Fargo this summer.

120-
1. Bryce Andonian - St. Edward (1st state)
2. Brandon Fenton- Elyria (1st, 7th state)
3. Logan Heil- Brunswick (SQ)
4. Cody Moosman- Anthony Wayne (6th state)
5. Tate Zeman- Avon (SQ)
6. Zain Tittle/Jake Bryson- Wadsworth (8th middle school state)*
7. Brice Taylor- Springfield (Holland)
8. Jihad Salti- Olmsted Falls

On first blush, it looks like we could see two returning state champs square off at the sectional, district, and state tournaments at this weight.

Andonian was sensational in his freshman year, pinning his way to his first state title while wrestling in a quality field.
It was a sign of things to come when he defeated eventual state finalist Gabriel Tagg 9-3 and downed 2x state champ Josh Venia 14-13 in his first two bouts at Ironman before nearly knocking off state champ D’Emilio.
Bryce also added a 15-9 win over state bronze medalist Jordan Crace in their dual with Graham.

Fenton made the tough cut down to 113 last year and it paid dividends as he claimed his first state championship.
During a midseason bump up to 120, Fenton placed 4th at Brecksville where he beat state finalist Champman and finished 2nd at the Dies.
Back down at 113, Fenton won 2 out of 3 matches against Kazimir and avenged an earlier loss to defending state champ Yates with a pin on his way to a district title.
In Columbus, Fenton bested a tough Lakso 9-5 in the semis before controlling a 4-1 finals bout over a very capable Matt Fields.

126-
1. Matt Kazimir- St. Edward (3rd state)
2. Ronnie Rowan- Firestone (6th district)
3. Lamonte Chapman- Fremont Ross (2nd state)
4. Mitchell North – Wadsworth (5th district)
5. Matt Zuckerman- Elyria (SQ)
6. William Rodriguez- Lakewood (SQ)
7. Tyler Wissel- Highland
8. Joey Staschiak- Findlay

After an injury at Ironman, Kazimir missed a significant portion of the season. When he did return, he posted a 2-1 win over eventual state champ Brandon Fenton to claim the sectional title and would later claim a 3rd place finish at the state tournament.
Among his state wins were an opening round 6-0 shutout of 2x state placer Coleton Chase and a pin over one of the pre-tournament favorite Jackson Lakso in the consolation finals.

Unfortunately, Rowan defaulted out of the district tournament last year, but that doesn’t detract from his excellent sophomore season.
Among his slew of tournament titles was a victory at the Dies over state champ Fenton who he downed 7-3 in the finals.
He earned a 5-2 quarterfinal win over eventual state finalist Chapman at the district tournament before falling to Henneman and then defaulting out.

Chapman was one of the more impressive Cinderella stories of the state tournament last year, making the finals as a sophomore after teching a very good Nick Henneman (who had beaten him twice before).
He’ll be right there in the mix again for a state finals birth and a potential state crown.

132-
1. Alan Hart- St. Edward (3rd, 1st, 7th state)
2. Nick Henneman- Clay (4th, 6th state)
3. Josh Breeding- Elyria (6th district, SQ 2015)
4. Luke Baughman-Wadsworth (SQ)
5. Ryan Wissell- Highland (6th district)
6. Charles Chapman- Fremont Ross
7. Nick Schneider- Anthony Wayne
8. Benny Simmons- Copley

Hart will look to cap his stellar career with a second state title. His only losses last season were to wrestlers that can boast a state championship on their resume.
Among his wins last year were a pair of victories over Austin Murphy and a tight 2-1 win over 2x state placer Jake Donahue in the consolation finals of the state tournament.
Hart has won his last match at the state tournament each of his first 3 years (7th, 1st, 3rd) so odds are good that he’ll be a state champion if he can return to the finals.

Henneman is one of the more exciting wrestlers to watch in the state, always looking to score and rack up points, he frequently piles up points in bunches.
He pinned state finalist Lamonte Chapman and then defeated him 5-0 in the 5th place final at Brecksville.
Henneman’s greatest tournament may have been at his home event where he avenged an earlier loss with a 15-3 drubbing of returning state bronze medalist Alex Rhine in the semis and a 1-0 win over 2x Fargo national champ Jordan Decatur in the finals.

138-
1. Moises Guillen- Perrysburg (2nd, 3rd, 7th state)
2. Brandon Randolph- Wadsworth (5th district 2014)*
3. Kevin Kelly- N. Olmsted (5th district)
4. Thomas Castaneda- Brunswick
5. Cade Hepner- St. Edward
6. Garret Anderson- Clay
7. Osiris Khalfani- Copley
8. Max Jolliff- Findlay

Guillen is listed at 132 for Super 32, so I’m not entirely certain that he’ll occupy this weight class.
Moises has improved his state placement each year, and that leaves only 1st for 2017. It’ll be no easy task at 132 or 138, but he’s demonstrated consistent improvement even against the best competition.
He bested D-2 state finalist Jake Martinez 9-3 to win his first Brecksville title last season and later pinned 4x state placer Josh Heil to make it to his first state finals. He was even able to cut the deficit against Ladnier from 9-1 to 4-0 from one week to the next.
Another season of improvement could land him with a gold metal to close out his illustrious career.

Randolph is an uncertain entity at this district. I figured that he would reinsert himself into the line-up after sitting behind 2x state champ Noah Baughman and middle school state champ Michael North, but I’m uncertain of his status heading into the year.
He started for the team at Ironman last year where he went 3-2 and gave PA state champ and eventual Ironman finalist Cole Matthews a close bout in an 8-5 loss.

145-
1. Sam Dover - St. Edward (5th state)
2. Josh Jaeckin- Olmsted Falls (5th district)
3. Connor Clark- Wadsworth
4. Naeem Russell- Lima Senior
5. Trevor Hartbarger- Syl. Northview
6. Terrell Underwood- H. Springfield
7. Trevor Franks- F. Ross (5th middle school state)
8. Ben Douglas- Findlay

It never ceases to amaze me how some programs are able to produce excellent wrestlers and help others rapidly reach the new heights.
Right out of the gate last season, the freshman Dover beat Hunter Bray and Lane Peters, both of whom can now appeared in the state finals.
He would go on to defeat 3x state placer Ryan Thomas, win the sectional and district titles, and place 5th at a loaded weight class at state.
At state, Dover took Corey Shie, who’s currently nationally ranked, into overtime in the consolation semis before ending his season with a win over 2x state placer Jarrod Brezovec.

Jacekin was hosed by unfortunate district bracketing last year, finishing as the state alternate after losing only to Moises Guillen and Josh Heil who placed 2nd and 3rd in the state.
The week before, Jaeckin was 2nd to state champ Hunter Ladnier at sectionals where he defeated state qualifier Adam Kirresh 5-3 in overtime.

152-
1. Antwon Pugh- Copley (SQ, 7th state 2015)
2. Alex DeFraine- Medina
3. Brian Bethel- H. Springfield
4. Noah Broski- Olmsted Falls
5. Larry Grapo- St. Edward
6. Drew Butera- Elyria (2nd middle school state)
7. Kevin Contos- Clay (4th middle school state)
8. Dominic Lopraro/Ryan Orr- Wadsworth (3rd middle school state)

Pugh had a few tough losses at the state tournament last year, but that doesn’t detract from the fact that he posted an excellent season overall.
Among his wins were a pin over state placer Rhett Petersen at Medina, a sectional title, and a district championship where he defeated Brock Jones 6-3 in the finals. Jones would go on to place 4th the next week at the state tournament.

After Pugh, the rest of this class seems very open.
DeFraine had a rough district tournament, but all and all posted a very good year, beating state placer Rhett Petersen and downing state qualifier Morgan Peterson at the Maumee Bay Classic.

Bethel and Broski have both shown the ability to wrestle close matches with quality wrestlers. Grapo was previously a middle school state placer, as were Butera, Contos, and Lopraro last year, though it’s hard to rank incoming freshmen.

160-
1. Cody Surratt- Wadsworth (7th state)
2. Michael Carpenter- St. Edward (6th state)
3. Josh Herhold- Perrysburg (SQ)
4. Brady Chrisman- Medina (6th district, 6th district 2015)
5. Tristan Brady- Elyria (5th district)
6. Trevor Begin- Midview
7. Troy Murphy- Clay
8. Trey Crockett- Nordonia

Surratt had a huge statement win in the district semifinals last year where he beat returning state placer Nico O’Dor 3-2 to claw his way out of a hellacious district bracket and emerge as a state qualifier.
In Columbus, he earned his first state medal after earning a 3-2 win over returning bronze medalist Lane Hinkle.

I’ve really liked what I’ve seen from Herhold and Chrisman so far. Hopefully they can both make it out because state placement is likely if they can.
Chrisman has beaten Surratt before, and Herhold beat state placers Amison and Myers at Top Gun last year.

170-
1. Nick Kiussis- Brunswick (2nd, 2nd, 2nd state)
2. Joey Baughman- Wadsworth (2nd, 5th state)
3. Garrett Barth- Fremont Ross (6th district)
4. Alec Forrer- Midview (SQ)
5. Vittorio Santillo- St. Edward
6. Evan Lonsway- Springfield (Holland)
7. Danny Walton- Perrysburg
8. Tawfiq Ali- N. Olmsted

I’m really rooting hard for to Kiussis to win a state title this year after 3 years as the runner-up.
This weight will be no cake walk, but he’s certainly capable of brining home the prize at season’s end.
An Ironman placer last season, Kiussis twice defeated state finalist Joey Baughman and also pinned eventual state champ Austin Hiles in their 7th place final at Ironman.
All in all, Kiussis posted at least 16 win over state placers last season including Surratt who he bested in both the sectional and district finals.

Baughman established himself as one of the top sophomores in the state last year when he made his first state finals after a fine season that saw him win his first district title and avenge an earlier loss to a very good Jared Ball with a 12-5 victory over him in the quarterfinals of the state tournament. Just keeping his finals bout with 3x state champ Lawson to a 6-0 decision was respectable, though I’m sure he’ll be seeking his own state title this season.

Barth is another sophomore who made impressive strides last season, placing at the district tournament for the first time after pinning 2x state placer Mikah Price.
He also majored state qualifier Leo Romp 8-0 in the sectional finals the week before.

182-
1. J.T. Brown- Elyria (4th, 4th state)
2. Tyler Stepic- St. Edward (6th state)
3. Aaron Huff- Lorain (SQ)
4. Alex Jones- Wadsworth (5th state)
5. Hunter McNutt- Clay
6. Jessup Pawlczyk- Syl. Northview
7. Connor Knabe- Copley
8. Miguel Clark- Lima Sen.

Brown may be considered one of the co-favorites for a state title this season, and really any of the top 4 here could make a run into the state semis or finals.
Brown beat Huff 4-2 in his first tournament of the year, and defeated Stepic 9-4 in the state consolation semifinals for his last win of the season.
His most impressive win may have come at Brecksville where he downed eventual state champ Kaden Russell 8-7 in the semifinals.

Both Stepic and Huff seem to be involved in these wild high scoring shootout bouts (occasionally against each other) which make them extremely dangerous foes.
Huff beat Stepic 19-18 in the sectional semis before Stepic returned the favor 17-12 in the district finals.
Huff defeated Bubba Arslanian 11-8 in overtime in the first round of the state tournament before Arslanian rattled off 5 straight consolation wins to finish 3rd.
Stepic also beat Perrine 12-8 in OT in the district semis and won two state bouts by pin and 10-9 decision.

195-
1. Aaron Naples- Brunswick (6th state)
2. Anthony Perrine- Nordonia (SQ, 5th state 2015)
3. Cody Howard- St. Edward (SQ)
4. Brendan Price- Elyria (SQ)
5. Seth Frambach- Midview (5th district)
6. Alex Sadowsky- Medina (6th district)
7. Chase Newton- Perrysburg (5th district 2015)
8. Kyle Walsh- Whitmer (5th district)

This weight looks like it has the potential to be absolutely loaded and I wonder if some wrestlers may end up opting to grow into 220 for a more favorable shot at the state tournament.

Naples has been awesome over his high school career, making consistent jumps from one plateau to the next. The only mountain left to climb in his high school career is a state title.
He’ll enter his senior year as the likely favorite to claim that honor by season’s end.
Though he defaulted his last two matches at state, Naples still placed in a season that saw him defeat state placers Kyle Vilsack, Devin Johnson, Kavan Sarver, Grant Martin, A.J. Jones, and returning state finalist Noel Caraballo.
He’s already placed at Ironman (5th) and he could make a serious push for a national ranking if he has another impressive showing this year.

I placed Perrine at this weight more for symmetry between 182 and 195 than anything else. He wrestled up at 195 last year before making the cut down at mid season.
While at 195, he placed 4th at Brecksville where he wrestled all 3 state runners-up (runner-ups?) in consecutive consolation matches. He faired well in 2 of the 3, besting Dalton Hoover and Tony Banister before falling 4-3 to Gary Traub in the consolation finals.
He split two bouts with 2x state placer J.T. Brown at the district tournament and gave eventual state champ Kaden Russell a tough test in a 4-3 loss in the first round of the state tournament.
After a consolation win, Perrine lost to Brown in the tiebreak to fall just shy of placement.
It’ll be his choice as to the weight he wrestles, but he’ll be a title contender at either one.

220-
1. Jared Campbell- St. Edward (2nd, 2nd state)
2. Brandon Myers- Mansfield Senior
3. Clay McComas- Wadsworth (SQ)
4. Cameron King- Elyria (6th district)
5. Spencer Berthold- Midview
6. Aaron Kupferberg- Findlay
7. Shawn Newsome- Fremont Ross*
8. Adam Allen- Copley

Campbell just gets better and better every year. The Missouri recruit knocked off 2x state champ Matt Stencel in the district finals a week before falling to the same wrestler for the state title.
This season, there will be no one of Stencel’s caliber to threaten Campbell’s state title hopes.
I’m interested to see if he can win Ironman, especially with the ever improving Cohlton Schultz there to challenge him (and possibly defending Ironman champ Singletary).
If he runs through Ironman unscathed, an undefeated season is well within the realm of possibility.

Myers wrestled extremely well at heavyweight last year, placing 3rd at the Gorman, winning an OCC title with an 18-5 finals victory over Tyler Newlan and claiming a sectional title.
His only 2 losses at the district tournament were to Mike O’Malley and state placer Patrick Simon in overtime.
I was a bit taken aback when I saw him listed at 220, but I’d imagine that he’d challenge for state placement at either weight, so he should just do what he and his coaches feel is best.

285-
1. Kevin Vough- Elyria (2nd, 1st, 3rd state)
2. Matt Lee- Steele (SQ)
3. Nick Daly- Clay
4. Evan Keyse- Midview
5. Luca Santillo- St. Edward
6. Dewey Lee- Findlay
7. Dawson Zaleski- A. Wayne
8. Jon Saville- Brunswick

I expect that Vough’s senior season will closely mirror his sophomore stint in that he will be largely untouched throughout the year.
The Elyria senior has cemented himself as one of the preeminent heavyweights in the country and I’d be surprised if he didn’t close out his career with a second state title.
His lone blemish over the last two seasons was a setback to Ironman champ Kameron Teacher in the state finals last year in a season that was injury shortened.
This year it’ll be a major accomplishment if anyone in the state can last a full bout with the senior.

Lee was a bout from placement at state last season an posted a pin over state placer Patrick Simon (Olmsted Falls) at the sectional tournament.

I’m not certain who will wrestle heavyweight for Ed’s, but Santillo looks as promising as anyone after a year of wrestling 220 in which he beat state placer Hunter Bodkin 3-2 in overtime.


Teams:
1. St. Edward
2. Elyria
3. Wadsworth
4. Brunswick
5. Perrysburg
6. Clay
7. Fremont Ross
8. Midview

Ed’s could have another ridiculous line-up this year. They just reloaded adding in freshmen like Richter and filling in with the next wave of starters like the Santillos, Grapo, and Hepner.
I couldn’t believe how many of their wrestlers I ended up ranking in the top 6, and some of them are lower than I expect them to be by the end of the year.
It’ll be a tall task for anyone to knock them off the throne this season.

Elyria will once again be in trophy contention at the Schott. I’m excited to see how well the freshmen Burnett and Shawver will do, and I expect the likes of Breeding, Brown, Vough, Price, and King to out place their performances from last year.

Wadsworth is a team that I have a ton of questions about. They’ll be in the top 5 regardless, but I’m just unsure about the ins and outs of their line-up. Can McMillen make 113 again? Is Bart Randolph wrestling and will he be back in the line-up? How many of their former middle school state placers (Tittle, Bryson, Lopraro, etc.) can they fit into the line-up? Can Suarez and Goebel both start? Does one have to wrestle heavyweight?
If they can fit everyone in, I think that they can challenge Elyria, but it’ll be a tall task.

Perrysburg always field a quality squad, and this year is no exception.
Guillen is clearly the leader as a 3x state placer looking for a title, but they have a host of other solid wrestlers who will be contending for state placement or qualification.
Oviedo and Ryan could both qualify in the first two weight classes, and I’m interested to see where Newton will wrestle. He could certainly make it out at 195, though if he continues to grow 220 could be even more favorable.
I watched Herhold at Top Gun last year, and I came away impressed. It’ll be a tall task to keep him off of the podium this year.


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
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Old 09-30-16, 12:44 PM
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Nicely written
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Old 09-30-16, 12:45 PM
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Hutt will not make 106 for AW. That is why he didn't wrestle after Brecksville. Was not able to make that wait after Christmas break. He will most likely be around 126 or 132.
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Old 09-30-16, 04:29 PM
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Hutt will not make 106 for AW. That is why he didn't wrestle after Brecksville. Was not able to make that wait after Christmas break. He will most likely be around 126 or 132.
Thanks for the update. I'll edit the list for the next rankings.
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Old 09-30-16, 06:18 PM
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Pretty sure Castanda at 138 from Brunswick was a Senior last year.
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Old 09-30-16, 07:36 PM
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Pretty sure Castanda at 138 from Brunswick was a Senior last year.
Could be, but he's listed as a junior on the district bracket.
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Old 09-30-16, 09:29 PM
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He is a senior. He is wrestling this weekend at GFC, or was registered at least
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Old 10-02-16, 08:45 PM
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Great read, when will the other D1 reports be out ?
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Great read, when will the other D1 reports be out ?
Hopefully this week. Darby in the next day or two and Fairmont a few days after.
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Old 10-02-16, 09:24 PM
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Hopefully this week. Darby in the next day or two and Fairmont a few days after.
Great job with great info!! When you start each weight do you first refer to Boro to see where he has people at and who is ranked?
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Old 10-03-16, 01:35 AM
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Great job with great info!! When you start each weight do you first refer to Boro to see where he has people at and who is ranked?
Jake Wrestling is a nice site for comparing head to head or similar opponents results.
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[QUOTE=pintowin27;6568938]Great job with great info!! When you start each weight do you first refer to Boro to see where he has people at and who is ranked?[/QUOTE

I check Boro's rankings for determining which wrestlers will be at which weights because he has way more insight into line-ups and school changes.
When I'm listing wrestlers at the weights that he has provided in his rankings, I'll scramble the order of the names before doing my own rankings, because I don't want to copy anyone's work.
Then I'll add additional wrestlers that I have ranked in the top 8 based off of results from various sights.
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Old 10-03-16, 10:32 AM
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Great job with great info!! When you start each weight do you first refer to Boro to see where he has people at and who is ranked?[/QUOTE

I check Boro's rankings for determining which wrestlers will be at which weights because he has way more insight into line-ups and school changes.
When I'm listing wrestlers at the weights that he has provided in his rankings, I'll scramble the order of the names before doing my own rankings, because I don't want to copy anyone's work.
Then I'll add additional wrestlers that I have ranked in the top 8 based off of results from various sights.
Awesome!! Rankings look great so far.. I look forward to the d2 and d3!
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Old 10-04-16, 12:01 PM
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Have been hearing that Ed's, Elyria, and Brecksville will all be at Mentor. FWIW
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Have been hearing that Ed's, Elyria, and Brecksville will all be at Mentor. FWIW
If that is the case then most likely that means:

Mentor District
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Brecksville
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Toldeo Waite
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Any updates to this?
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Any updates to this?
They should be out in the next week.
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Old 11-10-16, 01:29 PM
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You have Scotty Richter- St. Edward (4th middle school state) at 113. What about Bryce Hepner (Freshman). Isn't he around 113 also?
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Old 11-10-16, 02:19 PM
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Heard they are shifting the schools up big time for geographical purposes.
I think they are sending 6 schools to northwest sectionals.
I don't think they are taking all 6 schools from westlake, so probably they would take some from Wadsworth (Medina and Midview, maybe Brunswick)
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Old 11-10-16, 03:27 PM
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Heard they are shifting the schools up big time for geographical purposes.
I think they are sending 6 schools to northwest sectionals.
I don't think they are taking all 6 schools from westlake, so probably they would take some from Wadsworth (Medina and Midview, maybe Brunswick)
Would you explain this more clearly?
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Old 11-10-16, 03:29 PM
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They should be out in the next week.
Does the Northeast District Board meet next wk., or is there another source?
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Old 11-10-16, 04:25 PM
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Does the Northeast District Board meet next wk., or is there another source?
My mistake. I thought you were asking if there was an update to the rankings.

I haven't heard any update on the sectionals/districts, but I'll keep checking the OHSAA website until something definitive pops up.
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Old 11-10-16, 04:33 PM
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You have Scotty Richter- St. Edward (4th middle school state) at 113. What about Bryce Hepner (Freshman). Isn't he around 113 also?
That's true. Both are 113s, and both are high quality freshmen.

I think one of the other threads had said that Richter was winning between the two, or more likely to be the starter. However, it wouldn't surprise me to see Hepner as the starter. Ed's has a wealth of talent at the weight.
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Old 11-11-16, 10:28 AM
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Does the Northeast District Board meet next wk., or is there another source?
The district board is going to rearrange sectionals so each 1 has 11 teams in it.
The northwest only had 16 teams last year, so 6 schools out of the northeast will get shipped out to Waite and Clay. They will try to send 6 of the "closest" schools to those northwest sites. Several schools will shift west to even things out. Last year Brecksville sectional had 12, so they lose a team, Wadsworth had 13, they lose 2; Westlake had 12, they lose 1; All of the others also had 12, so they will lose 1.
This means there could be a lot of shifting around in order to make each Sectional geographically equal. They will split according to geography not strength of team.
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Old 11-11-16, 11:50 AM
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The district board is going to rearrange sectionals so each 1 has 11 teams in it.
The northwest only had 16 teams last year, so 6 schools out of the northeast will get shipped out to Waite and Clay. They will try to send 6 of the "closest" schools to those northwest sites. Several schools will shift west to even things out. Last year Brecksville sectional had 12, so they lose a team, Wadsworth had 13, they lose 2; Westlake had 12, they lose 1; All of the others also had 12, so they will lose 1.
This means there could be a lot of shifting around in order to make each Sectional geographically equal. They will split according to geography not strength of team.
Do you know if this is happening for a fact?
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Old 11-11-16, 12:50 PM
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The district board is going to rearrange sectionals so each 1 has 11 teams in it.
The northwest only had 16 teams last year, so 6 schools out of the northeast will get shipped out to Waite and Clay. They will try to send 6 of the "closest" schools to those northwest sites. Several schools will shift west to even things out. Last year Brecksville sectional had 12, so they lose a team, Wadsworth had 13, they lose 2; Westlake had 12, they lose 1; All of the others also had 12, so they will lose 1.
This means there could be a lot of shifting around in order to make each Sectional geographically equal. They will split according to geography not strength of team.
Do you have any idea when this all will be revealed to the public?
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Old 11-11-16, 01:38 PM
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The district board is going to rearrange sectionals so each 1 has 11 teams in it.
The northwest only had 16 teams last year, so 6 schools out of the northeast will get shipped out to Waite and Clay. They will try to send 6 of the "closest" schools to those northwest sites. Several schools will shift west to even things out. Last year Brecksville sectional had 12, so they lose a team, Wadsworth had 13, they lose 2; Westlake had 12, they lose 1; All of the others also had 12, so they will lose 1.
This means there could be a lot of shifting around in order to make each Sectional geographically equal. They will split according to geography not strength of team.
The easiest thing would be to move
Elyria, Avon, Avon Lake, Lorain, Amherst, Ridgeville out west
Move Rhodes, Lincoln West, Midview, Berea, Strongsville, to Westlake
Move Barberton to Wadsworth
Move Twinsburg to Brecksville

This would put 11 teams in every northern sectional.
The issue would be out west where you have 12 "Toledo teams" and 10 West of the northeast.
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Old 11-15-16, 10:02 AM
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195 with Naples and Perrine should be interesting. They wrestled frosh year with Perrine winning both.
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Old 11-15-16, 10:31 AM
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Do you have any idea when this all will be revealed to the public?
We will reveal this information 1 hour prior to weigh ins on the day of the sectional tournament. We at the OHSAA cut no expense to more dramatize the changes in competition. Next year, we'll have a hunger games format and change the draw to just 1 per district.
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Old 11-15-16, 10:45 AM
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We will reveal this information 1 hour prior to weigh ins on the day of the sectional tournament. We at the OHSAA cut no expense to more dramatize the changes in competition. Next year, we'll have a hunger games format and change the draw to just 1 per district.
Lol. Well done.

I heard 'Running Man' format or perhaps 'Human Centipede' with a blind draw.

(Film from 1987 starring Arnold) In the year 2019, America is a totalitarian state where the favorite television program is "The Running Man" -- a game show in which prisoners must run to freedom to avoid a brutal death.

Human Centipede - I am not even going to add a description.
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