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NSWCA Class B Rankings-1/13/21

Nebraska Scholastic Wrestling Coaches Association
Class B Rankings 1/13/21
NSWCA Class B Tournament Rankings
1. Beatrice
2. Gering
3. Aurora
4. Blair
5. Broken Bow
6. Pierce
7. Bennington
8. Ralston
9. Waverly
10. Hastings
A lot of individuals changing weight classes this time that shakes things up a little at the top. The changes benefit Beatrice which puts them back at number 1 with Gering right behind them. Aurora, Blair, and Broken Bow all shuffle around. Pierce and Bennington remain the same. Ogallala drops out because Jorge Carrizalas has not wrestled yet, if he does wrestle that may help Ogallala back in the team rankings. Ralston and Waverly both move up and Hastings enters the rankings. Hastings has always been the team I feel is underrated but based off the point system I am using that is just where they fall but don’t be surprise to see them finish much higher.
NSWCA Class B Dual Rankings
1. Hastings
2. Beatrice
3. Blair
4. Gering
5. Bennington
6. Pierce
7. Broken Bow
8. Nebraska City
9. Aurora
10. Waverly
Too bad we do not have the state duals this year. The class B race would be exciting and any one of the top 5 teams could win it. This week Hastings takes the number 1 spot with a win over Beatrice and still undefeated in class B. Blair’s win over Bennington moves them up and Gering adding Aston Dane helps them in the duals also. Pierce drops after their loss to Gering. The rest remain the same.
NSWCA Class B Individual Rankings
106
1. Caden Svoboda, Aurora
2. Aston Dane, Gering
3. Chance Houser, Sidney
4. Cadyn Coyle, Bennington
5. Jesse Loges, Blair
6. Cameron Brumbaugh, Hastings
Jorge Carrizalas has not wrestled yet so I took him out of the ratings until he does. Cadyn Coyle beat Jesse Loges in a close match so that moved Loges down.
113
1. Kael Lauridsen, Bennington
2. Blaine Christo, Ashland Greenwood
3. Cash Duncan, Seward
4. Owen Bargen, Columbus Lakeview
5. Daven Naylor, Lexington
6. Hunter Anderson, Hastings
Hunter Anderson moves into the top six, he is just looking better right now than Pedro Carrizales who just started wrestling this season.
120
1. Zach Ourada, Skutt
2. Braiden Kort, Adams Central
3. Quinton Chavez, Gering
4. Ivan Lazo, Lexington
5. Grady Arends, Northwest
6. Connor Whiteley, Scottsbluff
This weight class is a mess and I spent too much time trying to figure it out. Any one of the top 5 and maybe 6 can win this weight class. It came down to the top 5 guys have all wrestled someone else in the top 5. Ouranda beat Arends in the last seconds of their match and has no losses to the other guys so that puts him number one. Kort, Chavez, and Lazo are 1-1 against top 5 guys with Arends 1-2. That drops Arends to number 5. Kort beat Chavez and Chavez beat Lazo so they fell in that order. It is a good thing they will decide it on the mat in February.
126
1. Paul Garcia, Scottsbluff
2. Paul Ruff, Gering
3. Cyrus Wells, Broken Bow
4. Jeremy Mckee, Ralston
5. Brock Bolling, Pierce
6. Thomas Ivey, York
Thomas Ivey moves down from 132 and enters in at #6. Everything else is the same.
132
1. Drew Arnold, Beatrice
2. Casey Faulkenberry, Broken Bow
3. Malachi Bordovsky, Wahoo
4. AJ Parrish, Bennington
5. Reece Jaqua, Wayne
6. Tyler Nagel, Gering
Bordovsky beat Parrish in a close one and is undefeated so he jumps up to #3. Nagel enters into the top 6 with Ivey moving down to 126.
138
1. Trevor Reinke, Beatrice
2. Adam Kruse, Skutt
3. Landon Templar, Blair
4. Logan Jaixen, Columbus Lakeview
5. Michael Mass, Ralston
6. Jayden Coulter, Pierce
Rocheleau and Weidner move up to 145 which brings Mass back in the ratings and Coulter to finish out at number 6.
145
1. Trevor Kluck, Aurora
2. Gage Stokey, Ogallala
3. Landon Weidner, Hastings
4. Nate Rocheleau, Gering
5. Asa Johnson, Alliance
6. Charlie Powers, Blair
Weidner and Rocheleau are up from 138 and enter in at number 3 and 4. That moves everyone else down.
152
1. Noah Talmadge, Ralston
2. Cameron Zink, Ogallala
3. Yoan Camejo, Blair
4. Cole Maschmann, Beatrice
5. Isaac White, Cozad
6. Daniel Wellnitz, Chadron
With Ashton Schweitzer moving up to 160 that brings in Wellnitz at number 6.
160
1. Kobe Lyons, York
2. Elliott Steinhoff, Platteview
3. Austin Cooley, Northwest
4. Ashton Schweitzer, Pierce
5. Josh Colgrove, Plattsmouth
6. Jarrett Koch, Beatrice
Ashton Schweitzer moving up, enters in at number 4 moving others down a spot.
170
1. Evan Canoyer, Waverly
2. Zander Schweitzer, Pierce
3. Jacob Awiszus, Gering
4. Torrance Keehn, Beatrice
5. Kaden Lyons, York
6. Sam Holt, Holdrege
Zander Schweitzer moving down from 182 enters here at number 2, bumps out teammate Kruntorad and allows Holt to come in at number 6.
182
1. Brady Robb, Sidney
2. Jay Ballard, Boys Town
3. Cooper Hancock, Wahoo
4. Deegan Nelson, Beatrice
5. Mack Owens, Aurora
6. Braden Hanson, Blair
With Zander Schweitzer going down to 170 opens one spot in the ratings and with some recent results it looks like Owens and Hanson can fill the number 5 and 6 spots.
195
1. Lathan Duda, Broken Bow
2. Dexter Larsen, Blair
3. Luke MacDonald, Bennington
4. Brekyn Papineau, Aurora
5. Wyatt Fanning, Waverly
6. Chase Cotton, York
Larson with a win over MacDonald switches those two and the others remain the same.
220
1. Alec Langan, McCook
2. Dylan Meyer, Norris
3. Blake Davis, Hastings
4. Keifer Anderson, Broken Bow
5. Martin Carrillo, Wayne
6. Nate Leininger, Waverly
Recent results move Carrillo up to number 5 and Leininger in at number 6.
285
1. Mike Leatherdale, Pierce
2. Trevor Brown, Waverly
3. David Hernandez, Ralston
4. Neil Hartman, Concordia/DC West
5. Aaron Jividen, Aurora
6. Brandon Lock, Sidney
Lock has been looking good lately earning him the number 6 spot and all others remain the same. Leatherdale is still working his way down to 285.