HS Team Rankings and State Report

HS Team Rankings and State Report
HS Team Rankings and State Report
Willie Saylor, Editor
There were twenty-two championships of one nature or another (state, duals, preps, etc) held last weekend.

In Bethlehem, Pa - Blair once again dominated National Preps. Despite missing 2x Prep Finalist, Dylan Milonas, the Bucs still outpointed Wyoming Seminary 324.5 to 236. Impressive, considering Wyoming Seminary damn good.

In Illinois - Carl Sandburg ran the gauntlet that was the 3A dual tournament, beating OPRF, Glenbard North and Marmion.

In Oklahoma, Edmond North snapped Broken Arrow's three-year stranglehold on the large school title, 125.5 to 98.5. Collinsville won 5A with five individual champs. Other team champions were Tuttle (4A) and Perry (3A).

Without a marquee team headlining the state, it's been a rather quiet year for Wisconsin. But the quality of wrestling there, on an individual level, is still among the best. Winning tournament titles last weekend were Wasau West, Luxemburg-Casco, and Lancaster.

Colorado winners were Pomona (5A), Broomfield (4A), Alamosa (3A) and Paonia (2A).

David Douglas won Oregon's big school class. Other winners were Hermiston (5A), Crook County (4A), Glide (3A), and Lowell (2A/1A).

They held state duals in Michigan where #2-St. Johns cruised to a D2 title over Lowell, 42-20. D3 went to Dundee, and Hudson won D4.

The largest division in Michigan gave us familiar foes and high drama. Davison and Detroit Catholic Central faced each other for the third time this season.

Check out this situation...

Final bout of the dual, Davison up by 3, Davison wrestler up 9-2.

Must watch.


Here are links to all the tournaments from last weekend:

Arkansas: Brackets
Colorado: Brackets
Connecticut: Brackets
Delaware Individuals: Brackets
Idaho: Brackets
Illinois State Duals: Brackets
Kansas: 6A/5A   4A   3A/2A/1A
Massachusetts: Brackets
National Preps: Brackets
New Mexico: Brackets
New York: Brackets
Oklahoma: Brackets
Oregon: Brackets
Rhode Island: Brackets
South Carolina: Brackets
South Dakota: Brackets
Texas: Brackets
Vermont: Brackets
West Virginia: Brackets
Wisconsin Individuals: Brackets
Wyoming: Brackets

On Tap This Weekend:

A couple biggies this weekend with Ohio, Minnesota, and Cali on the docket. All three should feature intriguing team races. Although Cali has seen Bakersfield and Clovis have some close ones lately, and Poway should push Clovis this year, Ohio and Minnesota big schools haven't been this interesting in quite a while. St. Edwards leads a pack that should include Perry and Moeller in Ohio. And in Minnesota, Apple Valley will head to state as an underdog for the first time in years, behind favorite, St. Michael Albertville. The same goes for MN's Class 2A where perennial powerhouse Simley is looking up at Kasson-Mantorville.

This Weekend's Championships Links
California: Brackets
Hawaii: Brackets
Maryland Public Schools: Brackets
Michigan: Brackets
Minnesota: Brackets
New England: Brackets
North Carolina Individuals: Brackets
Ohio: Brackets
Wisconsin Duals: Brackets

National Team Rankings

     1. (1) Blair Academy Buccaneers, NJ - Charles Danhof

     2. (2) St. Johns Redwings, MI - Derek Phillips
     3tie. (3) St. Edward Eagles, OH - Greg Urbas
     3tie. (3) Wyoming Seminary Blue Knights, PA - Scott Green
     5. (5) St. Michael-Albertville Knights, MN - Dan Lefebrve 
      6. (6) Canon McMillan Big Macs, PA - Chris Mary

      7. (7) Brandon Eagles, FL - Russ Cozart

      8. (8) Clovis Cougars, CA - Steve Tirapelle
      9. (9) St. Paris Graham Falcons, OH - Jeff Jordan

     10. (11) Montini Catholic Broncos, IL - Israel Martinez
     11. (12) Perry Meridian Falcons, IN - Jim Tonte
      12. (13) Collinsville Cardinals, OK - Weston Harding
     13. (18) Bethlehem Catholic Golden Hawks, PA - Jeff Karam
     14. (14) Allen Eagles, TX - Jerry Best
    15. (20) Carl Sandburg Eagles, IL - Eric Siebert
     16. (10) Oak Park-River Forest Huskies, IL - Mike Powell
      17. (15) Detroit Catholic Central, MI - Mitch Hancock
      18. (16) Massillon-Perry Panthers, OH - Dave Riggs

     19. (17) Southeast Polk Rams, IA - Jason Christenson

     20. (19) Poway Titans, CA - Wayne Branstetter 
      21. (21) South Plainfield Tigers, NJ - Kevin McCann

    22. (22) Apple Valley Eagles, MN - Dalen Wasmund

    23. (23) Central Dauphin Rams, PA - Jeff Sweigard

    24. (24) Brecksville Bees, OH - Todd Haverdill

    25. (25) Moeller Crusaders, OH - Jeff Gaier

Honorable Mention:
Archer, GA
Bakersfield, CA
Bergen Catholic, NJ
Bettendorf, IA
Blue Springs, MO
Bound Brook, NJ
Broken Arrow, OK
Columbia, ID
Davison, MI
Don Bosco, NJ
Edmond North, OK
Franklin Regional, PA
Glenbard North, IL
Good Counsel, MD
Hermiston, OR
Kasson-Mantorville, MN
Marist, IL
Marmion Academy, IL
McDonogh, MD
Maple Mountain, UT
Muskogee, OK
Neosho, MO
Pope, GA
Roseburg, OR
Simley, MN
Stillwater, OK
Tuttle, OK

Previous State Tournaments:
February 1st Weekend: 
Tennessee State Duals

February 8th Weekend:
Ohio Duals -  Brackets   

PA AA Duals Brackets
PA AAA Duals - Brackets

Oklahoma Duals:
6A -  Brackets
5A -  Brackets
4A -  Brackets
3A -  Brackets
Arizona: Brackets
Montana: Brackets
Nevada: Brackets
Texas Preps: Brackets

February 15th Weekend:
Alabama: Brackets
Delaware Duals: Results
Florida: Brackets
Georgia: 6A   5A   4A   3A   2A   1A
Illinois: Brackets
Indiana: Brackets
Iowa Duals: Results
Iowa Individual: Brackets
Kentucky: Brackets
Louisiana: Brackets
Maryland Independent Schools: Brackets
Missouri: Brackets
Nebraska: Brackets
New Hampshire: Brackets
New Jersey: Brackets
North Carolina Duals: Results
Tennessee: Brackets 
Utah: 4A/5A   3A    2A/1A
Virginia: Brackets
Washington: Info
Future Tournaments:

March 8th Weekend:
New Jersey: Brackets
Pennsylvania: Brackets

March 17th
Dapper Dan: Rosters
Flonationals: Info

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