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Old 08-28-17, 01:42 PM
McClearn7 McClearn7 is offline
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Heath D-2 District Rankings (Off Season #3)

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.

I started moving wrestlers up and down from their previous year’s weights. The new weights are partially based off of where they’ve been wrestling in the off season, though a lot of it is pure guesswork at this time.
Please let me know if anyone has inside information about new weights, schools, or wrestlers that they think should be added.

I’ve tried shifting the wrestlers around from schools that changed divisions. Please let me know if any are wrong, or if I’m forgetting any schools/wrestlers.

* = unsure about participation

-The schools of the incoming freshmen are based off of the previous Yappi thread. Please let me know if any are wrong or have changed.

106-
1. Peyten Kellar– Warren (2x 1st middle school state)
2. Cael Woods- West Holmes (8th state)
3. Aaron Ferguson – Steubenville (2nd middle school state)
4. Howard Williams – East Liverpool (3rd middle school state)
5. Michael Petrella- Bishop Hartley (6th district)
6. Drake Decker- Minerva
7. Keegan Kohler- Fairfield U.
8. Dominic Davis- London

During his first middle school state title run in 2016, Keller defeated Cael Woods 12-4 in the quarterfinals, bested 2017 middle school state champ Micah Norwood 2-1 in the semis, and then bested 2017 high school state qualifier Nick Nastasi 11-5 in the finals.

Decker will add depth to an already quality weight-class if he makes his return to 106 this season. He defeated D-1 state qualifier Kyle Murray 10-8 while placing 6th at Hoover early last season.

113-
1. Cole McComas- Beaver Local (2nd state)
2. Thane Kaufman- West Holmes (SQ)
3. Caleb Greenlee- Gallia Academy
4. Jarrett Warrington- Claymont (SQ)
5. Peyton Blasko- Steubenville (SQ)
6. Terry Gatrell- Meadowbrook (5th district, 6th district 2016)
7. Jordan Crist- Amanda-Clearcreek (SQ)
8. Blake Sheppard- New Lexington

Kaufman hung tough with state finalist McComas in the district semifinals last year losing 6-4 in sudden victory. He also beat Blasko 13-5 in the consolation finals of the same tournament and bested state qualifiers Michael Shaw, Ben Ruegg, and Hunter Olson during the season.

120-
1. Brady O’Connor- Indian Valley (SQ)
2. Douglas Terry – Granville (2nd middle school state)
3. Tyler Muldrew- Steubenville (4th middle school state)
4. Justice Freeman- New Lexington (SQ)
5. Kyle Greenlee- Gallia Academy (5th district)
6. Abe Frizzell- Meadowbrook (6th district, 5th district 2016)
7. Owen Ott- Harrison Central
8. Jacob Fohl- River Valley

Freeman is a pinning fiend who posted 4 sticks at the district tournament last year on his path to qualify for state. He also stuck district champ Leondre Cooley in the opening round of the state tournament.
Freeman also pinned state placer Noah Inboden in Athens while wrestling up at 126. He actually wrestled up at 138 at Medina (not sure how that’s possible) before eventually moving down over the course of the year.

126-
1. Jacson Muldrew- Steubenville (5th state)
2. Dalton Burcher- Indian Valley (SQ, 8th state 2016)
3. Skyler Lasure- Beaver Local (7th state)
4. Jake Johnson- Jonathan Alder (SQ)
5. Gunner Carpenter- Licking Valley (SQ, 8th state 2015)
6. Hunter Wilson- Maysville
7. Devan Factor- Sheridan
8. Zach Glick- New Lexington

Muldrew capped his previous season with a 4-1 win over 2x state placer Cole Mattin.
We should see a great bracket here if all of the top 5 wrestlers stay put at this weight. Four have already placed at the state tournament, and Johnson is a 2x state qualifier who beat Carpenter at the sectional and district tournaments last year.

Burcher beat Lasure twice last year and pinned 2x state placer Hunter Ryan in the opening round of the state tournament, but Lasure won the big one, defeating Burcher in the blood round to guarantee a top 8 finish.

132-
1. Addison Fogle- Licking Valley (5th state)
2. Maxx Peters – Claymont (SQ)
3. Zane Minella- Steubenville
4. Devon Salsberry – Beaver Local (5th middle school state)
5. Jordan Barnett – Sheridan (6th middle school state)
6. Ben Miller- Fairfield Union
7. Landin Price- New Lexington
8. Chris Jackson- Athens

I expect Peters to punch through and make the podium in Columbus this year. Here’s a laundry list of wrestlers that he beat over his first 3 years: (State placers) Josh Kahl, Josh Jaeckin, Anthony Rice (2x), Dakota Bunting, Hayden Bullard, Cole Woods, Gunner Carpenter. (State qualifiers) Mike Clark, Dusty Morgillo, Jihad Salti, Adam Lenhoff, Quinton Bookman (2x), Zane Johnson (2x), Joey Misleh, Ray Porter (2x), Chase Sommers, Alex Lucas, and Aaron Kelly.

138-
1. Dylan Dodson – Licking Valley (3rd middle school state)
2. Adam Lenhoff- Indian Valley (SQ)
3. Mitchell Miracle- River Valley (SQ)
4. Nathan Welsh- Fairfield Union
5. Joseph Petrella- Bishop Hartley
6. Noah Smith- Beaver Local (6th district)
7. Parker Mazik- Indian Creek
8. Carter Winegarner- Zanesville

Dodson won a middle school super 32 title last year after beating Victor Voinovich in the finals. Voinovich is currently ranked 15th in the country by Flo Wrestling after finishing 3rd at the Cadet Freestyle National Championships.

145-
1. Ben Pasiuk- Carrollton (2nd, 2nd state)
2. Anthony Rice- Steubenville (4th state)
3. Dakota Bunting- Claymont (8th state)
4. Noah Barnett- Sheridan (5th district, 6th district2 2016)
5. Tyler Hartless- Licking Valley
6. Griffin Burkhart – Morgan
7. Louis Dytko- Col. DeSales
8. Therron Stocker- Indian Valley

Bunting racked up a pile of quality wins last year on the way to his first state medal. He defeated West Virginia state placer Chase Gibson, West Virginia state qualifier Jarritt Flinn, state placers Jax Leonard, Andrew Fairbanks, Justin Shaw (2x), and state qualifiers Jacob Maslyk, Caleb Blake, and Logan Ball.

152-
1. Jashon Hubbard- Steubenville (3rd, 4th, 3rd state)
2. Justin Shaw- Carrollton (5th state)
3. Beau Smith- Beaver Local (SQ)
4. Briar Cadle- Claymont (6th district)
5. Colt Hanson- Morgan
6. Devin Eakle- Indian Creek
7. Conner Fritz- Minerva
8. Matthew Love- Indian Valley

Shaw gave state champ J.D. Stickley his closest bout of the state tournament in an 8-2 opening round loss. He battled back with majors over Luke McKeon (10-2) and district champ Eli Yoho (10-1) to lock up placement. Shaw then avenged two earlier losses with a 4-2 win over Dakota Bunting in the consolation quarterfinals, and he closed out his season with a default win over Carson Speelman to finish 5th.

160-
1. Brandon Daniels- Carrollton (SQ)
2. Blake Wickline- Bloom Carroll (SQ)
3. Jerrett Munyan- Sheridan (SQ 2016)
4. Kaden Bunting- Claymont (6th district)
5. Logan Wilson- Indian Creek*
6. Liam Keller- Warren
7. Jared Wright- Beaver Local
8. Jake Armstrong- Indian Valley

Hopefully Wilson will return this season after missing the post season last year. Aside from placing 6th at the OVAC Tournament, he also beat state qualifier Anthony Scurry and took state placer Khord Moore into overtime while finishing 2nd at the Hoppel.

170-
1. Keegan Vanmeter- Granville (SQ)
2. Wesley Pauley- Morgan (SQ)
3. David Tuttle- Steubenville (5th district)
4. John Mautz- New Lexington (6th district)
5. Jarrett Swinderman- Indian Valley
6. David Harper- Philo (4th middle school state)
7. Anthony Mecum- East Liverpool
8. Cole Jackson- Hartley

Vanmeter posted some impressive wins during his sophomore season, defeating state qualifier Cole Foor (8-1) at Licking Valley, besting state qualifier Mark Bayless (1-0) in the sectional semifinals, and defeating Khord Moore (2-1) in the opening round of the state tournament. Moore would come all the way through the backside to finish 4th.

182-
1. Ashton Eyler- Claymont (3rd, 6th state)
2. Hayden McGee- Maysville (5th district)
3. Eliot Clark- Bexley (5th district)
4. Josh Baldridge- West Holmes
5. Chad Mays- Beaver Local
6. Brodey Parsons- Indian Valley
7. Andrew Hammon- Lakewood
8. Will Weinberg – Buckeye Valley (6th middle school state)

Eyler is listed at 182 for Super 32 after placing 2nd at the recent PA qualifier. I’m guessing that he stays up here to challenge state champ Crawford rather than cutting down to face 2x state champ Jordan, though he did make a late season cut last year, so we’ll see.

195-
1. Jud Ramage- Meadowbrook (5th state)
2. Cody Neece- Fairfield Union (SQ)
3. Kole Aubiel- Claymont
4. Lance Marshall- Amanda-Clearcreek*
5. Blayne Erwin- Harrison Central
6. Nate Jackson- Hartley
7. Sam Lowe – Beaver Local (4th middle school state)
8. Stephen Baldridge – West Holmes (5th middle school state)

I’m not sure what to make of Marshall. He missed the end of last year, but also posted a 7-5 win over district champ Austin Carroll in the regional finals of the state duals last season.

220-
1. Luke Shively- New Lexington
2. Owen Loughman- Sheridan (SQ 2016)
3. Garrett Givens- Beaver Local
4. Lyle Clark- Claymont
5. Grant Robinson- Bexley
6. Gage Swartz- Philo
7. Matt Prysock- Fairfield Union
8. Blake Dayton – Maysville (3rd middle school state)

Loughman beat state placer L.A. Kelly 7-5 to claim a title at Big Walnut last year. He also pinned district placer Chad McDaniel in the quarterfinal of the Dies.

285-
1. Sam Mitchell- River View (6th state)
2. Austin Smith- Amanda-Clearcreek (SQ)
3. Tyler Ely- Steubenville (SQ)
4. Travis Kuttler- Minerva (6th district 2016)
5. Ty Robinson- Philo (5th district)
6. Zach Thomas- Beaver Local
7. Chad Douglas- Independence (6th district)
8. Dane Black- Lakewood

Although he had a rough sectional tournament last year, that does not overshadow the excellent junior year that Kuttler had.
He defeated state qualifier Tommy Moore 2-0 in the semifinals at Cambridge. Kuttler also finished 2nd to state champ Sharp at Top Gun where he racked up 4 impressive wins to reach the finals. His victories included an 8-0 defeated of state alternate Matt Holman, a 4-3 win over state qualifier Jacob Padilla, a 4-2 triumph over state qualifier Alex Leasure, and a pin of state alternate Michael Mather in the semifinals.

Team:
1. Steubenville
2. Claymont
3. Beaver Local
4. Indian Valley
5. Sheridan
6. Licking Valley
7. Carrollton
8. New Lexington

Steubenville catapulted themselves into the roll of district favorites with the addition of the Muldrews.
One was a D-3 state placer last year, and the other placed at the middle school state tournament.
It’s way to early to know how the district will look by season’s end, but the Big Red have positioned themselves to be a serious threat to claim a district crown.

I have Claymont and Beaver Local about neck and neck at this point. It’s so hard to say how the teams will actually look this far out, but I know both squads have some quality freshmen coming in this season, especially Beaver Local who could be even better in 2018-2019 when they add even more middle school state placers to an already loaded young squad.

Indian Valley has 3 wrestlers who could win individual district titles in O’Connor, Burcher, and Lenhoff, but they also have a whole line-up filled with quality wrestlers who will be pushing for district placement. A number of those wrestlers could find themselves headed to Columbus if they continue to improve at the rate they have been.

I moved Zane Trace and Westfall to the Wilmington District for the time being after it was pointed out to me that it made sense in terns of location and numbers.
I’m guessing that there will be a shuffling of teams between sectionals, but we’ll have to wait until those decisions come out to find out which wrestlers will be at which district.


A special thanks to Boro Fan for all the insight into the weights of the wrestlers, Baum’s Page, the OVAC website, Inside the Circle, 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.


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Old 08-29-17, 08:19 AM
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Nice work Max, looks like some good competition. I think New Lex may finish a little higher they lost a great 170 however they return most of their team from last season. You may be right on because it looks like there will be a lot of strong teams in the district.
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Old 09-01-17, 12:15 PM
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Thanks for all your work Max it gives us fans a fair stir of the talent for the area. I'm going with Rankman55 and his statement on New Lex as they only graduated 3 Seniors and should return a full line -up including an incoming Jr. High state Placer. It's certainly exciting to see two Southeast schools in that top 8 at Districts.
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Old 09-01-17, 12:18 PM
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Who is the junior high state placer?
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Old 09-01-17, 01:29 PM
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Not confident on a name Rankman55 I apologize. I had heard that a Columbus area kid had moved into the district that was a top 8 this past season at OAC and would be a freshman this fall. I'll ask a few other parents and see if I can get a for sure answer for you.
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Old 09-03-17, 11:47 AM
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I think you're missing out on some of the lighter weights Carrollton and Minerva have to offer
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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.



I started moving wrestlers up and down from their previous year’s weights. The new weights are partially based off of where they’ve been wrestling in the off season, though a lot of it is pure guesswork at this time.

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



I’ve tried shifting the wrestlers around from schools that changed divisions. Please let me know if any are wrong, or if I’m forgetting any schools/wrestlers.



* = unsure about participation



-The schools of the incoming freshmen are based off of the previous Yappi thread. Please let me know if any are wrong or have changed.



106-

1. Peyten Kellar– Warren (2x 1st middle school state)

2. Cael Woods- West Holmes (8th state)

3. Aaron Ferguson – Steubenville (2nd middle school state)

4. Howard Williams – East Liverpool (3rd middle school state)

5. Michael Petrella- Bishop Hartley (6th district)

6. Drake Decker- Minerva

7. Keegan Kohler- Fairfield U.

8. Dominic Davis- London



During his first middle school state title run in 2016, Keller defeated Cael Woods 12-4 in the quarterfinals, bested 2017 middle school state champ Micah Norwood 2-1 in the semis, and then bested 2017 high school state qualifier Nick Nastasi 11-5 in the finals.



Decker will add depth to an already quality weight-class if he makes his return to 106 this season. He defeated D-1 state qualifier Kyle Murray 10-8 while placing 6th at Hoover early last season.



113-

1. Cole McComas- Beaver Local (2nd state)

2. Thane Kaufman- West Holmes (SQ)

3. Caleb Greenlee- Gallia Academy

4. Jarrett Warrington- Claymont (SQ)

5. Peyton Blasko- Steubenville (SQ)

6. Terry Gatrell- Meadowbrook (5th district, 6th district 2016)

7. Jordan Crist- Amanda-Clearcreek (SQ)

8. Blake Sheppard- New Lexington



Kaufman hung tough with state finalist McComas in the district semifinals last year losing 6-4 in sudden victory. He also beat Blasko 13-5 in the consolation finals of the same tournament and bested state qualifiers Michael Shaw, Ben Ruegg, and Hunter Olson during the season.



120-

1. Brady O’Connor- Indian Valley (SQ)

2. Douglas Terry – Granville (2nd middle school state)

3. Tyler Muldrew- Steubenville (4th middle school state)

4. Justice Freeman- New Lexington (SQ)

5. Kyle Greenlee- Gallia Academy (5th district)

6. Abe Frizzell- Meadowbrook (6th district, 5th district 2016)

7. Owen Ott- Harrison Central

8. Jacob Fohl- River Valley



Freeman is a pinning fiend who posted 4 sticks at the district tournament last year on his path to qualify for state. He also stuck district champ Leondre Cooley in the opening round of the state tournament.

Freeman also pinned state placer Noah Inboden in Athens while wrestling up at 126. He actually wrestled up at 138 at Medina (not sure how that’s possible) before eventually moving down over the course of the year.



126-

1. Jacson Muldrew- Steubenville (5th state)

2. Dalton Burcher- Indian Valley (SQ, 8th state 2016)

3. Skyler Lasure- Beaver Local (7th state)

4. Jake Johnson- Jonathan Alder (SQ)

5. Gunner Carpenter- Licking Valley (SQ, 8th state 2015)

6. Hunter Wilson- Maysville

7. Devan Factor- Sheridan

8. Zach Glick- New Lexington



Muldrew capped his previous season with a 4-1 win over 2x state placer Cole Mattin.

We should see a great bracket here if all of the top 5 wrestlers stay put at this weight. Four have already placed at the state tournament, and Johnson is a 2x state qualifier who beat Carpenter at the sectional and district tournaments last year.



Burcher beat Lasure twice last year and pinned 2x state placer Hunter Ryan in the opening round of the state tournament, but Lasure won the big one, defeating Burcher in the blood round to guarantee a top 8 finish.



132-

1. Addison Fogle- Licking Valley (5th state)

2. Maxx Peters – Claymont (SQ)

3. Zane Minella- Steubenville

4. Devon Salsberry – Beaver Local (5th middle school state)

5. Jordan Barnett – Sheridan (6th middle school state)

6. Ben Miller- Fairfield Union

7. Landin Price- New Lexington

8. Chris Jackson- Athens



I expect Peters to punch through and make the podium in Columbus this year. Here’s a laundry list of wrestlers that he beat over his first 3 years: (State placers) Josh Kahl, Josh Jaeckin, Anthony Rice (2x), Dakota Bunting, Hayden Bullard, Cole Woods, Gunner Carpenter. (State qualifiers) Mike Clark, Dusty Morgillo, Jihad Salti, Adam Lenhoff, Quinton Bookman (2x), Zane Johnson (2x), Joey Misleh, Ray Porter (2x), Chase Sommers, Alex Lucas, and Aaron Kelly.



138-

1. Dylan Dodson – Licking Valley (3rd middle school state)

2. Adam Lenhoff- Indian Valley (SQ)

3. Mitchell Miracle- River Valley (SQ)

4. Nathan Welsh- Fairfield Union

5. Joseph Petrella- Bishop Hartley

6. Noah Smith- Beaver Local (6th district)

7. Parker Mazik- Indian Creek

8. Carter Winegarner- Zanesville



Dodson won a middle school super 32 title last year after beating Victor Voinovich in the finals. Voinovich is currently ranked 15th in the country by Flo Wrestling after finishing 3rd at the Cadet Freestyle National Championships.



145-

1. Ben Pasiuk- Carrollton (2nd, 2nd state)

2. Anthony Rice- Steubenville (4th state)

3. Dakota Bunting- Claymont (8th state)

4. Noah Barnett- Sheridan (5th district, 6th district2 2016)

5. Tyler Hartless- Licking Valley

6. Griffin Burkhart – Morgan

7. Louis Dytko- Col. DeSales

8. Therron Stocker- Indian Valley



Bunting racked up a pile of quality wins last year on the way to his first state medal. He defeated West Virginia state placer Chase Gibson, West Virginia state qualifier Jarritt Flinn, state placers Jax Leonard, Andrew Fairbanks, Justin Shaw (2x), and state qualifiers Jacob Maslyk, Caleb Blake, and Logan Ball.



152-

1. Jashon Hubbard- Steubenville (3rd, 4th, 3rd state)

2. Justin Shaw- Carrollton (5th state)

3. Beau Smith- Beaver Local (SQ)

4. Briar Cadle- Claymont (6th district)

5. Colt Hanson- Morgan

6. Devin Eakle- Indian Creek

7. Conner Fritz- Minerva

8. Matthew Love- Indian Valley



Shaw gave state champ J.D. Stickley his closest bout of the state tournament in an 8-2 opening round loss. He battled back with majors over Luke McKeon (10-2) and district champ Eli Yoho (10-1) to lock up placement. Shaw then avenged two earlier losses with a 4-2 win over Dakota Bunting in the consolation quarterfinals, and he closed out his season with a default win over Carson Speelman to finish 5th.



160-

1. Brandon Daniels- Carrollton (SQ)

2. Blake Wickline- Bloom Carroll (SQ)

3. Jerrett Munyan- Sheridan (SQ 2016)

4. Kaden Bunting- Claymont (6th district)

5. Logan Wilson- Indian Creek*

6. Liam Keller- Warren

7. Jared Wright- Beaver Local

8. Jake Armstrong- Indian Valley



Hopefully Wilson will return this season after missing the post season last year. Aside from placing 6th at the OVAC Tournament, he also beat state qualifier Anthony Scurry and took state placer Khord Moore into overtime while finishing 2nd at the Hoppel.



170-

1. Keegan Vanmeter- Granville (SQ)

2. Wesley Pauley- Morgan (SQ)

3. David Tuttle- Steubenville (5th district)

4. John Mautz- New Lexington (6th district)

5. Jarrett Swinderman- Indian Valley

6. David Harper- Philo (4th middle school state)

7. Anthony Mecum- East Liverpool

8. Cole Jackson- Hartley



Vanmeter posted some impressive wins during his sophomore season, defeating state qualifier Cole Foor (8-1) at Licking Valley, besting state qualifier Mark Bayless (1-0) in the sectional semifinals, and defeating Khord Moore (2-1) in the opening round of the state tournament. Moore would come all the way through the backside to finish 4th.



182-

1. Ashton Eyler- Claymont (3rd, 6th state)

2. Hayden McGee- Maysville (5th district)

3. Eliot Clark- Bexley (5th district)

4. Josh Baldridge- West Holmes

5. Chad Mays- Beaver Local

6. Brodey Parsons- Indian Valley

7. Andrew Hammon- Lakewood

8. Will Weinberg – Buckeye Valley (6th middle school state)



Eyler is listed at 182 for Super 32 after placing 2nd at the recent PA qualifier. I’m guessing that he stays up here to challenge state champ Crawford rather than cutting down to face 2x state champ Jordan, though he did make a late season cut last year, so we’ll see.



195-

1. Jud Ramage- Meadowbrook (5th state)

2. Cody Neece- Fairfield Union (SQ)

3. Kole Aubiel- Claymont

4. Lance Marshall- Amanda-Clearcreek*

5. Blayne Erwin- Harrison Central

6. Nate Jackson- Hartley

7. Sam Lowe – Beaver Local (4th middle school state)

8. Stephen Baldridge – West Holmes (5th middle school state)



I’m not sure what to make of Marshall. He missed the end of last year, but also posted a 7-5 win over district champ Austin Carroll in the regional finals of the state duals last season.



220-

1. Luke Shively- New Lexington

2. Owen Loughman- Sheridan (SQ 2016)

3. Garrett Givens- Beaver Local

4. Lyle Clark- Claymont

5. Grant Robinson- Bexley

6. Gage Swartz- Philo

7. Matt Prysock- Fairfield Union

8. Blake Dayton – Maysville (3rd middle school state)



Loughman beat state placer L.A. Kelly 7-5 to claim a title at Big Walnut last year. He also pinned district placer Chad McDaniel in the quarterfinal of the Dies.



285-

1. Sam Mitchell- River View (6th state)

2. Austin Smith- Amanda-Clearcreek (SQ)

3. Tyler Ely- Steubenville (SQ)

4. Travis Kuttler- Minerva (6th district 2016)

5. Ty Robinson- Philo (5th district)

6. Zach Thomas- Beaver Local

7. Chad Douglas- Independence (6th district)

8. Dane Black- Lakewood



Although he had a rough sectional tournament last year, that does not overshadow the excellent junior year that Kuttler had.

He defeated state qualifier Tommy Moore 2-0 in the semifinals at Cambridge. Kuttler also finished 2nd to state champ Sharp at Top Gun where he racked up 4 impressive wins to reach the finals. His victories included an 8-0 defeated of state alternate Matt Holman, a 4-3 win over state qualifier Jacob Padilla, a 4-2 triumph over state qualifier Alex Leasure, and a pin of state alternate Michael Mather in the semifinals.



Team:

1. Steubenville

2. Claymont

3. Beaver Local

4. Indian Valley

5. Sheridan

6. Licking Valley

7. Carrollton

8. New Lexington



Steubenville catapulted themselves into the roll of district favorites with the addition of the Muldrews.

One was a D-3 state placer last year, and the other placed at the middle school state tournament.

It’s way to early to know how the district will look by season’s end, but the Big Red have positioned themselves to be a serious threat to claim a district crown.



I have Claymont and Beaver Local about neck and neck at this point. It’s so hard to say how the teams will actually look this far out, but I know both squads have some quality freshmen coming in this season, especially Beaver Local who could be even better in 2018-2019 when they add even more middle school state placers to an already loaded young squad.



Indian Valley has 3 wrestlers who could win individual district titles in O’Connor, Burcher, and Lenhoff, but they also have a whole line-up filled with quality wrestlers who will be pushing for district placement. A number of those wrestlers could find themselves headed to Columbus if they continue to improve at the rate they have been.



I moved Zane Trace and Westfall to the Wilmington District for the time being after it was pointed out to me that it made sense in terns of location and numbers.

I’m guessing that there will be a shuffling of teams between sectionals, but we’ll have to wait until those decisions come out to find out which wrestlers will be at which district.





A special thanks to Boro Fan for all the insight into the weights of the wrestlers, Baum’s Page, the OVAC website, Inside the Circle, 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


Over the summer I wrestle up a weight class at a tournament and I wrestle Blake Sheppard and he is 8th at 113 that is the weight class I wrestle him at but my normal weight is 106 I lose to Blake 2-7.


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Old 09-03-17, 01:13 PM
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Lost to Blake 2-7 i placed 6th at Oh-way states I think I have a good right to be at 8th at 106 and I was 25-8 last season I am a up coming freshman.


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Old 09-03-17, 03:32 PM
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Lost to Blake 2-7 i placed 6th at Oh-way states I think I have a good right to be at 8th at 106 and I was 25-8 last season I am a up coming freshman.


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Kid..... I don't know you. Here is some friendly advice though. Do not read this kind of stuff. Keep working hard and the results will come. Leave reading this stuff to us dads that have nothing better to do.

Good luck this season. Keep to the grind.....
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Old 09-03-17, 05:38 PM
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Lost to Blake 2-7 i placed 6th at Oh-way states I think I have a good right to be at 8th at 106 and I was 25-8 last season I am a up coming freshman.


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Agree with mos, don't read this or boro rankings, just work hard and show it on the mat.
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