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NSWCA Class A Rankings-12/23/21

Top ten teams

1. Millard South
2. Omaha Westside
3. Norfolk
4. Papillion La-Vista
5. Columbus
6. North Platte
7. Lincoln East
8. Grand Island
9. Millard West
10. Lincoln Southwest

1. Brenyn Delano Columbus
2. DJ Bonam Omaha Central
3. Isaac Ekdahl Millard South
4. Tyler Durden Papio
5. Tony Phillips Lincoln Southwest
6. Braedyn Rakes Lincoln East

Delano is making his way down and is the new number 1. He has wrestled 113 #1 Jesse Lewis to a 3-2
finish. Still waiting to see Bonam drop, but think he will sooner then later. Ekdahl goes over Durden
based on head to head. Phillips jumps Rakes as he had a closer match with Druden.
1. Jesse Lewis Norfolk
2. Logan Edwards Omaha Westside
3. Miles Anderson Millard South
4. Jacob Campbell Papio
5. Enrique Haynes Millard South
6. Javier Pedro Grand Island

Lewis is still the one to beat. Edwards and Anderson has been up at 120, but should be down after
Christmas. Haynes has came on strong after getting down. Pedro is a tough contender from a solid GI
1. Gabe Turman Lincoln East
2. Archer Heelan Kerney
3. Hunter Jacobsen Lincoln Southwest
4. Presden Sanchez Creighton Prep
5. Avery Russell Millard West
6. Blake Cerny Columbus
Probably the most loaded weight class. This group can change from 1-10 at any given time. Style match
up will play a big roll in February.

1. Brandon Bausert Lincoln East
2. Adrian Bice Columbus
3. Tanner Hosick Bellevue West
4. Cal Price Papio
5.Evan Fuchs Lincoln Southeast
6.Ein Obermiller Grand Island
Wild couple weeks at 126. We will keep Bausert #1 even after the loss to Bice. Another weight where
crazy things are bound to happen at CHI.

1. Keith Smith Lincoln East
2. Julio Reyes Omaha Burke
3. Kash Bates Lincoln Southwest
4. Gavin Van Driel Norfolk
5. Logan Glynn Millard South
6. Cayden Kuchera Columbus
Smith is having a heck of a season with just one loss to stud Underwood wrestlers Gable Porter. Reyes,
Bates, and Van Driel should be the next ones up. Glynn over Kuchera from the head to head.

1. Garrett Grice Bellevue East

2. Aiden Roberston Millard South
3. Cole Toline Lincoln East
4. Caleb Durr Lincoln Southeast
5. Perry Swarm Kearney
6. Matthew Parker Elkhorn South
Grice is just next level obviously. Rubino is out after not wrestled this year. If he gets healthy he is in the
mix. Parker arrives after winning the Jim McGrath Invite.
1. Joel Adams Millard South
2. Landan McLaughlin Lincoln Southwest
3. Tyler Salpas Grand Island
4. Noah Aken Omaha Westside
5. Westin Sherlock Lincoln East
6. Kenneth Bryant Bellevue West
Adams suffers a couple losses at super tough tournament Kansas City Stampede. McLaughlin jumps
Salpas with a pin over him their last meeting.
1. Tyler Antoniak Millard South
2. Jacob Licking Norfolk
3. Luke Andres Lincoln Pius X
4. Michael Myers Omaha Westside
5. Haedyn Brauer North Platte
6. Alex Dzingle Grand Island
Antoniak still 1 until someone changes my mind. Licking gets the nod a 2 with Andres pinning Myers at
Wahoo. Brauer gets the nod over Dzingle with a head to head victory.

1. Nick Hamilton Papio
2. Henry Reilly Millard South
3. Grant Moraski Bellevue West
4. Ben Enders Millard North
5. Pierce Johnson Creighton Prep
6. Jackson Jeanette Millard West

No offense to any other 160, but this weight class is Nick Hamilton. Moraski over enders with a head to
head. Guys outside the ratings, but are RIGHT there to break in.
1. Antrell Taylor Millard South
2. Brian Petry Millard North
3. Tate Kuchera Kearney
4. Sam Andres Lincoln Pius X
5. Cooper Jackson Lincoln Southwest
6. Alex Morris Papio
It would be awesome to see Hamilton bump up one time to see this battle. Antrell clear #1. Everyone
else will be battling for 2, but a handful could get into that spot.
1. Noah Blair Millard West
2. Justin Davis Omaha Central
3. Cameron Cunningham Gretna
4. Caeden Olin Millard South
5. Coleton Haggin Papio
6. Rylee Iburg Columbus

Blair has been a man on a mission. Davis wins the Madison Invite. Cunningham defeats Haggin from
Papio. Just a lot of big strong dudes who can all beat each other any given day.
1. Tyler Stewart Omaha North
2. Charlie Nosal Millard West
3. Max McClatchey Lincoln Southeast
4. Liam Blaser Columbus
5. Jayson Bottorff Papio
6. Eliot Thomsen Elkhorn South
Stewart is going down and makes him the clear top dog at 195. Nosal and McClatchey are right there.
Blaser, Bottorff, and Thomsen are right in the mix at an interesting 195.

1. Vince Genatone North Platte
2. Cole Haberman Omaha Westside

3. Christian Nash Millard South
4. Benny Alfaro Fremont
5. Matt Bohy Lincoln Pius X
6. Jackson Bos Norfolk
Genatone is a super athlete. Haberman and Nash will be a fun battle when we see it. Alfaro was down to
195 at the Jim McGrath Invite, but was not himself. Not sure if it was the weight cut, but we will keep
him at 220 for now.
1. Tyson Terry Omaha North
2. Tyson Danner Omaha Northwest
3. Brayden Heffner Norflok
4. Chase Emsick Elkhorn South
5. Jamieson Kemp Omaha Central
6. Titus Richardson Fremont
Believe the hype. Tyson Terry is the real deal.

That is what I said last time and it stays true. Terry defeats Danner in an absolute battle at their dual.
Those two are clear 1 and 2. They should see each other a couple more times before February. Let the
fur fly.

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