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Class B Rankings-12/3/20

NSWCA Class B Tournament Rankings
1. Omaha Skutt Catholic
2. Hastings
3. Gering
4. Bennington
5. Arlington
6. Beatrice
7. Wahoo
8. Ralston
9. Northwest
10. Adams Central

COMMENTS: As we are finding out more where kids are going and seeing some results the picture is becoming clearer. However, there are still some questions about a few kids when they will be back and where they will be going. A little shuffling around of the teams. Adams Central joins the top 10 while York slides out. A few contenders for the top 10 are: Central City, York, Aurora, Blair, and Scottsbluff.

NSWCA Class B Dual Rankings
1. Hastings
2. Omaha Skutt Catholic
3. Blair
4. Bennington
5. Adams Central
6. Beatrice
7. Gering
8. Nebraska City
9. Central City
10. Columbus Lakeview

COMMENTS: The top four teams remain the same base off the Flatwater Fracas results. Skutt did not compete at the Fracas but didn’t do anything to change their position. Hastings, Blair, and Bennington were the top 3 class B schools at the Fracas in that order. Undefeated Adams Central is traditionally a strong dual team and jump into the top 5. Columbus Lakeview finds its way into the top 10. There are several teams that have not had a lot of duals yet so it may take a couple more weeks to get a good picture of a few of those teams.

Individual Rankings

1. Kael Lauridsen, Bennington
2. Tristen Obermiller, Adams Central
3. Zach Ouranda, Omaha Skutt
4. Caden Svobada, Aurora
5. Hayden Schalk, Nebraska City
6. Drew Garfield, Central City

COMMENTS: No changes here.

1. Quinton Chavez, Gering
2. Jeremy McKee, Ralston
3. Andrew Wilder, Scottsbluff
4. Braiden Kort, Adams Central
5. AJ Parrish, Bennington
6. Grady Arends, Northwest

COMMENTS: Paul Garcia moves up to 120 gives the returning state champion Chavez the top spot. Arends drops to number six based off his Fracas results with a common opponent with Parrish. Freshmen studs Wilder, Kort, and Parrish are all performing very well. It was difficult to separate them based of this year’s results so far, so I had to go back to last year’s USA State’s results where they were all in the same weight and finished in this order. I don’t like bringing up pre high school performance but until we have results that can separate them this was the only option I had.

1. Paul Garcia, Scottsbluff
2. Drew Arnold, Beatrice
3. Paul Ruff, Gering
4. Thomas Ivey, York
5. Ty Rainforth, O’Neill
6. Tyler Curtis, Blair

COMMENTS: Two-time state champion, Paul Garcia, moves up to this weight and into first place. Michael Mass drops out because we have not seen him wrestle yet and don’t know when he will be back.

1. Dyson Kunz, Central City
2. Shawn Buchanan, Crete
3. Tyler Nagel, Gering
4. Kaleb Eliker, York
5. Landon Templar, Blair
6. Landon Weidner, Hastings

COMMENTS: Weidner’s loss to Templar drops him below Templar. There was no change with the other wrestlers.

1. Caleb Lazure, Omaha Skutt
2. Hunter Gilmore, Arlington
3. Trevor Reinke, Beatrice
4. Bryce Brown, Hastings
5. Nathaniel Murrillo, Gering
6. Logan Jaixen, Columbus Lakeview

COMMENTS: No changes here.

1. Trevor Kluck, Aurora
2. Collin Quandt, Northwest
3. Gage Stokey, Ogallala
4. Nate Rocheleau, Gering
5. Cameron Kort, Adams Central
6. Brady Thompson, O’Neill

COMMENTS: The top 5 remain the same. Brady Thompson replaces Joel Lemburg at number 6 based off his win over Lemburg.

1. Joey Orsi, Omaha Skutt
2. Noah Talmadge, Ralston
3. Brady Fago, Lexington
4. Colby Puck, Bennington
5. Tanner Schneiderheinz, Central City
6. Cole Maschmann, Beatrice

COMMENTS: Charlie Powers drops out because he has not wrestled until the Fracas and only one match. If he wrestles more, he can work his way back in the top 6. Owen Friesen drops out based off his losses at the Fracas. Puck will drop down after the Christmas break and enter the rankings here.

1. Nicholas Stoltenberg, Omaha Skutt
2. Mason Brumbaugh, Hastings
3. Cameron Zink, Ogallala
4. Peyton Walling, Wahoo
5. Josh Colgrove, Plattsmouth
6. Jarret Koch, Beatrice

COMMENTS: Tyler Nelson is staying up at 160, at this time. Colby Puck drops to 145. That moves some guys up, moves Colgrove and Koch into the top 6.

1. Izaak Hunsley, Hastings
2. Josh Miller, Arlington
3. Brady Robb, Sidney
4. Connor Drahota, Omaha Skutt
5. Trey Shanahan, Wahoo
6. Sam Moore, Central City

COMMENTS: No changes here.

1. Evan Canoyer, Waverly
2. Cooper Hancock, Wahoo
3. Brody Nelson, Beatrice
4. Brett Tinker, Pierce
5. Kobe Lyons, York
6. Dylan White, Crete

COMMENTS: No changes here.

1. Damen Pape, Hastings
2. Luke MacDonald, Bennington
3. Kobe Wilkins, Arlington
4. William Marxsen, Schuyler
5. Braden Hanson, Blair
6. Dakota Adams, Beatrice

COMMENTS: A lot of movement here up and down. State medalist, Kobe Wilkins, moves down from 195 and into the number three spot. Wilkens did not go higher because of MacDonald’s two wins last summer over Wilkens in the Ralston summer league. Wyatt Fanning leaves the 182 rankings because he moves up to 195. Conner Wescoat drops out because he has not wrestled and not sure if he will this year. Marxsen and Hanson have been looking good this year and move up in the rankings. After Pape this is anyone’s game. MacDonald will see Hanson next week so that can settle some questions there. This weight may change each week from number two to number six and may come down to who is hot in February.

1. Eli Jansen, Omaha Skutt
2. Seth Firmanik, Fairbury
3. Alec Langan, McCook
4. Evan Morara, Hastings
5. Kole Bordovsky, Wahoo
6. Imanol Munoz, Holdrege

COMMENTS: Firmanik and Langan have had better results the past couple weeks so I moved them ahead of Morara. Wilkins drop to 182 so that opens a spot at number 6 for Munoz.

1. Grady Griess, Northwest
2. Garett Menke, Bennington
3. Dylan Meyer, Norris
4. Dylan Kuehler, Pierce
5. Jordan Kavulak, Seward
6. Jacob Deckert, Adams Central

COMMENTS: Rodriguez drops out of the top 6 based on results the past couple weeks. Kavulak moves up and Deckert moves into the number 6 spot.

1. Remmington Gay, Arlington
2. Neil Hartman, Concordia/DC West
3. Mike Leatherdale, Wayne
4. Alfredo Valquier, Nebraska City
5. David Hernandez, Ralston
6. Brandon Swhan, Wahoo

COMMENTS: Swhan back in action for the first time in two years and looks a little rusty so he drops to number 6. Everyone else moves up a spot.

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