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Old 09-15-17, 12:51 PM
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Coshocton D-3 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 yearís weights. The new weights are partially based off of where theyíve 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.

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

-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. Collin Yinger- Nelsonville-York (4th state)
2. Lucian Brink- Coshocton (SQ)
3. Marshal Niswonger- Caldwell (5th district)
4. Gavin Weaver- Newcomerstown
5. Tyler Banta- Malvern
6. Chase Ward- Martins Ferry
7. Jeremy Fletcher- Huntington
8. Manny Hielman- Northmor

Brink got better and better as the season wore on last year. He won the ECOL title after beating state qualifier Jarrett Warrington in the semifinals to avenge two previous losses. Brink would later finish 2nd at the district tournament where he defeated state placer Yinger 3-1 in the semifinals.

113-
1. Jacob Edwards- River Valley (6th district, 5th district 2016)
2. Jordan Dalby- Union Local
3. Joseph Bonfini- Bellaire
4. Cooper Hemming- Sandy Valley
5. Jake Mathews- (Richmond) Edison
6. Brayden Rittenhouse- W. Muskingum
7. Taiylor Hubley- Cardington-Lincoln
8. Jordyn Spencer- Buckeye Local

Edwards beat state qualifier David Staten 16-10 to claim a tournament title at Nelsonville-York last season. He also racked up wins over Nick Lehner, Owen Ott, and Brayden Reynolds at the district tournament.

120-
1. Klay Reeves- (Johnstown) Northridge (8th, 8th state)
2. Austin Guthrie- Coshocton (SQ)
3. James Torres- (Richmond) Edison (5th district)
4. Andrew Knaup- W. Muskingum
5. Tyler Antonacci- Bridgeport
6. Jesse Kean- West Jefferson
7. Evan Mohler- Nelsonville-York
8. Carson Rupe- Crooksville

Guthrie navigated a dense field at this district to qualify for the state tournament last season. He beat returning state qualifier Jordan Hoselton in the district quarters and then bested David Staten to reach his first district finals.
Guthrie finished a bout shy of placement in Columbus after posting a 10-6 win over J.P. Hlifka in his first consolation bout.

126-
1. Carter Wolf- Pleasant (7th state)
2. Gavin Ramos- Northmor (6th district)
3. Brayden Reynolds- Barnesville
4. Skylar Davis- Fredericktown (6th district)
5. Joseph Burns- River Valley
6. Chase Mollencamp- Liberty Union
7. Jason Thomas- Huntington
8. Kyre Smith- Toronto

Wolfís pile of impressive wins last year included victories over state placer Kalib Patterson, state placer Ray Adams, another win over Patterson, a victory over state qualifier Jakob Neer, a triumph over Skylar Davis in his go-to-state bout, and wins over Andrew Zarins, returning state placer Evan Guilford, and Kalib Patterson at the state tournament.

132-
1. Noah Inboden- Nelsonville-York (8th state)
2. Logan Hursey- Newcomerstown (3rd middle school state)
3. Blake Barrick- Coshocton (SQ)
4. Ryley Crall- Union Local (5th district)
5. Steven Mitchell- Bellaire
6. Jacob Newell- Sandy Valley
7. Levi Pemberton- Caldwell
8. Joey Buckland- West Jefferson

Barrick pinned his way to the district semifinals last season and then earned an impressive 5-4 win over state placer Carter Wolf in the district semis to punch a ticket to his first state tournament.

138-
1. Aaron Kitts- Northmor (SQ)
2. Richie Stalnaker- Newark Catholic (SQ 2016)*
3. Brian Heller- Nelsonville-York (SQ)
4. Tyler Caudy- Ridgewood (5th district)
5. Hunter Gilbert- Belpre (6th district)
6. Clay Moore- Bellaire
7. Ben Howell- Union Local*
8. Bryce Farrabee- Barnesville

A state qualifier in 2016, Stalnaker missed the post season last year. During that 2016 season, Stalnaker beat state qualifier Dylan Little, state placer J.D. Reisinger, state qualifier Josh Clary, and state qualifier Dallas Scott.

145-
1. Conan Becker- Northmor (6th, 5th state)
2. Mason Kuneff- Bridgeport (SQ)
3. Jeremiah Dobbins- River Valley
4. Jackson Unger- Coshocton
5. Todd Zbuka- Tusky Valley
6. Dylan Hershberger- Garaway
7. David Chapman Ė Crooksville (8th middle school state)
8. Adrian Abolins- Liberty Union

Kuneff won the sectional title over returning state qualifier Cody Hawthorne and placed 3rd at the district tournament to qualify for his first trip to Columbus.
His consolation wins at Coshocton included a 2-0 victory over Dobbins, a 4-1 win over Mark Johns in their go-to-state bout, and a 2-1 win over Preston Smith to avenge an earlier quarterfinal loss.

152-
1. Conor Becker- Northmor (SQ)
2. Billy Luft- Newark Catholic (SQ)
3. Anthony Koping- Nelsonville-York
4. Mark Woodward- W. Jefferson
5. Griffen Heatherington- Bellaire
6. Anthony Sanders- Newcomerstown
7. Richard McFarland- Martins Ferry
8. Aiden Taylor- River

Luft was tough all of last season, beating state qualifiers Zack Zizzo and Preston Smith (2x) while also qualifying for his first state tournament as a sophomore.

160-
1. Colt Yinger- Nelsonville-York(2nd, 3rd state)
2. Forrest Belli- (Johnstown) Northridge (5th state)
3. Santino Kusic- Bridgeport (SQ)
4. Brylan Clouse- Barnesville (5th district, 6th district 2016)
5. Seth Cade- (Richmond) Edison (6th district)
6. Logan Harper- W. Jefferson
7. Christian Wright- Garaway
8. Wyatt Head- W. Muskingum

Kusic qualified for his second state tournament in as many seasons last year, beating Michael Burket 11-3 in Columbus and finishing a bout shy of placement.
He also beat West Virginia state placers Jacob Berisford and Phillip Good on his way to a 3rd place finish at the OVAC Tournament.

170-
1. Tyler Speelman- Nelsonville-York (6th state)
2. Zac Talbot- River*
3. Eric Weber- River Valley
4. Austin Croto- Tusky Valley
5. Drake Dobson- Martins Ferry
6. Jarrett Deaton- Bridgeport
7. Michael Herrmann- Steubenville C.C.
8. Timothy Bell- Bellaire

Talbot pinned his way the finals at Buckeye Local last season, finishing 2nd to West Virginia state bronze medalist Kaleb Simpkins. Unfortunately, he was unable to participate in the post season process.

182-
1. Jackson Dunn- Tusky Valley (SQ 2016)
2. Brice Berger- Danville
3. Jason Stubbs- Ridgewood
4. Mason Wiley- Caldwell
5. Nathaniel Wilson- W. Jefferson
6. Logan Bruce- Nelsonville-York
7. James Hood- Pleasant
8. Shayne Christian- Buckeye Local

Iím glad to see that Dunn is expected to make his return this year after missing the majority of last season.
He qualified for the state tournament as a sophomore in 2016, pinning all 3 opponents that he faced at the sectional tournament and another 3 foes at the district tournament including returning state qualifier Trenton Bradbury in his go-to-state bout.

195-
1. Garrett Duncan- Bridgeport (SQ)
2. Jarrett Palmer- W. Muskingum (6th district)
3. Dalton Rice- Shenandoah
4. Will Gillingham- Paint Valley*
5. Delathion Boxley- Martins Ferry
6. Colten Roark- Fereal Hocking
7. Seth Johnson- Tusky Valley
8. Colt Snyder Ė Nelsonville-York (7th middle school state)

Duncan reached his first state tournament last year, pinning Gunnar Angel in the district semifinals to secure a spot. He almost knocked off Austin Carroll for the district title, falling 8-6 in sudden victory in their finals bout.

220-
1. Dalton Hoover- Martins Ferry (3rd, 2nd state)
2. River Pappas- (Richmond) Edison (6th district)
3. Jamie Baisden- Pleasant
4. Hunter Braithwaite- W. Jefferson
5. Kevin Cuervo- Steubenville C.C.
6. Dylan Wilson- Danville
7. Andrew Moore- Southeastern
8. Cash Presnell- Shenandoah

Pappas made impressive strides last year, placing at the district tournament as a sophomore. He defeated state alternate James Kedigh 12-1 in the sectional finals and wrestled close matches with Bodkin and McCollister at the district tournament (3-1 and 1-0).

285-
1. Hunter Bodkin- Martins Ferry (SQ, 8th state 2016)
2. Donovan McCollister- Nelsonville-York (SQ)
3. Kade Clark- Union Local (6th district)
4. Mitchell Hurlburt- Fredericktown
5. Liam Kirkpatrick- Newark Cath.
6. Levi Bryant- Bridgeport
7. Chet Lohr- W. Jefferson
8. Isaiah Lafontain- Southeastern

McCollister had a very impressive sophomore season last year, highlighted by a 3rd place finish at Brecksville where he beat Michigan state finalist Elijah Boulton 3-1 in the consolation finals.

Teams:
1. Nelsonville-York
2. Northmor
3. Bridgeport
4. Martins Ferry
5. West Jefferson
6. Coshocton
7. River Valley
8. Barnesville/Edison

Itíll be interesting to see how high Nelsonville-York can climb at the state tournament. They return 4 state placers and another 2 state qualifiers including the Yingers, McCollister, and the ever dangerous Speelman who all have state finalist potential.

Coshocton has the potential to churn out 2-3 district champs if they continue to improve. Brink has already beaten Yinger, and wrestlers like Guthrie and Barrick could find themselves at the top of the district podium by seasonís end.

Edison feels like a team that could climb in the rankings as the year progresses. I believe they add another Pappas this season, and they have wrestlers like Mathews and Torres who are certainly capable of outperforming their current ranking.


A special thanks to Boro Fan for all the insight into the weights of the wrestlers, Baumís Page, Inside the Circle, the OVAC wrestling website, 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 09-21-17, 09:00 PM
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Looks like many of the Southeast teams will be assigned to Barnsville this year including Nelsonville-York some will move Southwest the Chillicothe group.
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