2023-24 National Girls High School Wrestling Rankings


The high school regular season has ended. All of the official and unofficial girls state high school championships have been held, finishing off in March with the Ohio and Pennsylvania state meets. This ranking was heavily influenced by the results of those state championship events, which led to considerable changes in every weight class. 

Also influencing the selections was the first of the major post-season events, the 2024 USA Wrestling Folkstyle National Championships for high school wrestlers in Cedar Falls, Iowa. The first of the USA Wrestling Regional events has been held, as well as some all-star competitions.

There are three new No. 1 ranked wrestlers in the March rankings: Aubre Krazer of Pennsylvania (130), Bella Williams of Oklahoma (135) and Sydney Perry of Illinois (145). 

One of the No. 1 wrestlers changed weight classes, and remained at No. 1, Taina Fernandez of Maryland, who is now ranked at 125 pounds.  

The No. 1 ranked athletes who remained at the top of their weight class are Jaclyn Bouzakis of Pennsylvania (100), Morgan Turner of Illinois (105), Audrey Jimenez of Arizona (110), Isabella Marie Gonzales of California (115), Everest Leydecker of Arizona (120), Kaidance Gerg of Idaho (140), Eduarda Rodrigues of California (155), Piper Fowler of Tennessee (170), Sabrina Nauss of Michigan (190) and Gemma Templeman of California (235). 

There are only a few changes in the Pound-For-Pound (P-4-P) rankings. No. 1 Audrey Jimenez of Arizona remains on top. The only new athletes added to the list are Jordyn Fouse of Pennsylvania, who comes in at No. 24 in the P4P and Molly Allen of Iowa, who is the new No. 25.

The next National Girls High School Ranking will be in early May, which will feature many of the large post-season events held in April, including the USA Wrestling Women’s Nationals in Spokane, Wash., the USA Wrestling Girls National High School Recruiting Showcase in Las Vegas, the NHSCA Nationals in Virginia Beach and many others. 

The next rankings may include the re-introduction of the 95-pound weight class, which was not posted during the regular season, because no state associations use that weight class during the regular season. 

Coaches, parents and athletes are encouraged to provide information about specific athletes and their achievements throughout the year for the committee to consider. If they have information on specific girls who should be considered for ranking or updates on their achievements, please send it by email to girlsrankings@usawrestling.org. The quality of these rankings continue to improve as people choose to share updated information.

1Audrey JimenezSRTucsonAZSunnyside11 at 110
2Piper FowlerJRClevelandTNCleveland21 at 170
3Morgan TurnerSOLockportILLockport31 at 105
4Jaclyn BouzakisFRShavertownPAWyoming Seminary41 at 100
5Jasmine RobinsonSRAllenTXAllen52 at 170
6Taina FernandezFRBowieMDArchbishop Spalding61 at 125
7Sabrina NaussSRBrightonMIBrighton71 at 190
8Everest LeydeckerSOPhoenixAZDesert Vista91 at 120
9Isabella Marie GonzalesJRClovisCAClovis East101 at 115
10Clare BooeSRTarpon SpringsFLWyoming Seminary112 at 115
11Karlee BrooksSRPhoenixAZValiant College Prep122 at 120
12Madison NieuwenhuisSOPlainwellMIPlainwell132 at 100
13Savannah IsaacSRToledoOHWhitmer142 at 190
14Eduarda RodriguesSRNewport BeachCANewport Harbor151 at 155
15Anaya FalconSRYorba LindaCAWalnut202 at 105
16Heather CrullJRModocINNortheastern163 at 105
17Nebi TsarniSRMontgomery VillageMDWatkins Mill172 at 155
18Kaidance GergJRMeridianIDHomeschooled181 at 140
19Bella WilliamsJREdmondOKEdmond North211 at 135
20Naomi SimonSRDecorahIADecorah233 at 170
21Aubre KrazerJREastonPAEaston191 at 130
22Violette LasureFRNew ParisPAChestnut Ridge242 at 140
23Gemma TemplemanSRRocklinCARocklin251 at 235
24Jordyn FouseJRRoaring SpringsPABishop McCortunranked2 at 135
25Molly AllenJRUnderwoodIARiverside-Oakdaleunranked2 at 125