2022-23 National Girls High School Rankings

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USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum have published its May 2023 rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2022-23 season. This national ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

This ranking reflects the results of the major post-season competitions held since the end of the regular high school season.

Two major USA Wrestling events held considerable weight, the USA Wrestling Women’s National Championships in Spokane, Wash. in early April, as well as the Girls National High School Recruiting Showcase in Las Vegas, Nev. in late April. Another big event that had impact was the NHSCA Nationals in Virginia Beach, Va., in late March.

There was considerable change in all of the weight classes due to the final results of these important competitions. In fact, there are seven new No. 1 ranked athletes in May: Kiely Tabaldo of California (112), Karlee Brooks of Arizona (117), Virginia Foard of Virginia (122), Hayle Jaffe of Pennsylvania (132), Lilly Luft of Iowa (138), Piper Fowler of Tennessee (164) and Ciara Monger of Colorado (225).

Shelby Moore of Washington, who was No. 1 at 122 last ranking, has moved up to 127 pounds, where she is ranked No. 1. The other top ranked wrestlers who repeated at No. 1 were Morgan Turner of Illinois (100), Audrey Jimenez of Arizona (106), Maddie Kubicki of Missouri (144), Destiny Rodriguez of Oregon (152), Sabrina Nauss of Michigan (180) and Savannah Isaac of Ohio (200).

The Pound-For-Pound (P-4-P) rankings also saw a major overhaul. The top five ranked wrestlers were unchanged, with Audrey Jimenez of Arizona continuing as the No. 1 P-4-P wrestler in the nation. However, there were nine new athletes added to the P-4-P in May: No. 11 Virginia Foard of Virginia, No. 13 Piper Fowler of Tennessee, No. 14 Rose Cassioppi of Illinois, No. 15 Haylie Jaffe of Pennsylvania, No. 17 Lilly Luft of Iowa, No. 20 Ciara Monger of Colorado, No. 23 Zao Estrada of South Carolina, No. 24 Rianne Murphy of Indiana and No. 25 May Prado of Georgia.

The final National Girls High School Ranking for the 2022-23 season will be published in late June or early July, prior to the annual USA Wrestling Junior/16U Nationals in Fargo, N.D. in mid-July.

The most impactful event prior to the final ranking will be the USA Wrestling Junior National Duals in Tulsa, Okla. in late June. The committee will do a deep dive into all of the major post-season events leading up to the publication date of the final ranking.

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.

1Morgan TurnerFRLockportILBremen1 at 100
2Rianne MurphyJRValparaisoINCrown Point6 at 100
3Caley GraberFRNorthfieldMNNorthfield2 at 100
4Valarie SolorioJRCanonsburgPACanon-McMillan3 at 100
5Erica PastorizaSRPhoenixAZWyoming Seminary4 at 100
6Katey ValdezSOColorado SpringsCODoherty7 at 100
7Juliana AlejandroSRLas VegasNVCentennial9 at 100
8Mia ZunigaSRToppenishWAToppenish8 at 100
9Nakayla DawsonFRWestlandMIJohn GlennNR
10Makennah CraftSOMinfordOHJackson5 at 100
11Madison NieuwenhuisFRPlainwellMIPlainwell10 at 100
12Charlie WylieFRPort JervisNYPort Jervis12 at 100
13Isabella BocanegraSRGlendaleAZLiberty13 at 100
14Monee CorderoJRBakersfieldCAHighlandNR
15Brooke CorriganSOWittenbergWIDe Pere14 at 100
16Jaclyn Bouzakis8thShavertownPACommonwealth Charter Academy29 at 100
17Brenda NunezSRSoledadCABuchanan15 at 100
18Judith SandovalSREl PasoTXHanks16 at 100
19June WelchJRWoodruffSCWoodruff23 at 106
20Jeulenea KhangSRNewtonNCFreedom17 at 100
21Mia GalindoFRSpringfieldVAHomeschooled18 at 100
22Joely SlyterSOLewistonIDLewiston19 at 100
23Leeana MercadoJRLodiNJLodi11 at 106
24Elizabeth Valenzuela-Smith8thTucsonAZValiant College PrepNR
25Zoey HaneySOTroyMOTroy BuchananNR
26Jadyn RollerSOBixbyOKBixby20 at 100
27Kealonie VegaSRKissimmeeFLOsceola Kissimmee21 at 100
28Kendall MoeFRCiceroINHamilton HeightsNR
29Katie BiscogliaFRWaukeeIARacoon River25 at 100
30Lilly BreedenFRLibertyMOLiberty26 at 100