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NSWCA Class B Rankings 1/13/22

NSWCA Class B Rankings
NSWCA Class B Tournament Rankings
1. Bennington
2. Hastings
3. Blair
4. Waverly
5. Skutt Catholic
6. Broken Bow
7. Gering
8. Aurora
9. Beatrice
10. Scottsbluff
Bennington, Hastings, and Blair remain the number 1, 2, and 3 teams in this week’s rankings. Waverly and Skutt move up based on some of their wrestler’s consistency and proving they are worthy of being ranked. Broken Bow slides down a little based on the concerns of one of their injured wrestlers returning or not. Gering holds strong at #7 but it is not a big jump to move into the top 5. Aurora and Beatrice remain in the top 10 with Scottsbluff joining the top 10 this week. The Schuyler Invitational will host several top 10 ranked class B schools and many ranked wrestlers. This tournament and the Higgins Invitational in Lexington next week could help clear up more of the picture on how the team and individual races will look down the road.
NSWCA Class B Dual Rankings
1. Blair
2. Waverly
3. Bennington
4. Hastings
5. Broken Bow
6. Beatrice
7. Scottsbluff
8. Columbus Lakeview
9. Nebraska City
10. Gering
The EMC Duals confirmed the top 3 rankings because that is how those three teams finished. Hastings is oh so close to the top 3 teams that they can win it all if they wrestle great at the State Duals. Broken Bow has the depth to keep them at #5. Beatrice is getting some of their injured studs back to keep them at #6 but the damage may be done, and it looks like it would be very tough to make the State Duals. Scottsbluff and Columbus Lakeview are both undefeated and have been looking impressive to take the #7 and #8 spots. Nebraska City’s only loss is to top ranked Blair, so they come in at #9. Gering rounds out the top 10 at #10.
NSWCA Class B Individual Rankings
1. Hudson Loges, Blair
2. Cameron Brumbaugh, Hastings
3. Cadyn Coyle, Bennington
4. Christopher Gamio, Scottsbluff
5. Aston Dane, Gering
6. Chauncey Watson, Broken Bow
Loges beat Coyle in the 3rd overtime at the EMC Duals to retain the #1 spot. There are no changes here this week but over the next two weeks Loges, Coyle, and Gamio will see each other in Schulyer and the following week Brumbaugh, Coyle, and Dane will see each other. These next two weeks can help clear things up here or just muddy it up more.
1. Kael Lauridsen, Bennington
2. Chance Houser, Sidney
3. Jordan Shirley, Gering
4. Hunter Anderson, Hastings
5. Luke Frost, Blair
6. Garrison Brehm, Waverly
Lauridsen drop down and no surprise takes over the #1 spot. It looks like Schultz and Canseco are staying up at 120 so it takes them out of the rankings hear and opens two spots for Frost and Brehm.
1. Connor Ritonya, Bennington
2. Cash Duncan, Seward
3. Daven Naylor, Lexington
4. Carlos Prados, Nebraska City
5. Jesse Loges, Blair
6. Brayden Canoyer, Waverly
Ritonya drops from 126 and has been impressive there so he takes over the #1 spot at 120. Carrizales has not wrestled yet so we are taking him out of the rankings until we see him wrestle. Duncan and Naylor remain in their spots. Prados beat Loges and Loges beat Canoyer so that sorts things out here for now.
1. Braiden Kort, Hastings
2. Kyler Lauridsen, Bennington
3. Austin Munier, Sidney
4. Ely Olberding, Fort Calhoun
5. Andon Stenger, Columbus Lakeview
6. Bryce Karlin, Beatrice
Kort remains at #1 and Lauridsen has been a scoring machine at 132 so he comes in at #2 with his drop to 126. The ever-dangerous Munier drops to #3 for now. Olberding beat Stenger earlier in the year to sort that out and Karlin comes in at #6.
1. Zach Ourada, Skutt
2. Cyrus Wells, Broken Bow
3. Connor Whiteley, Scottsbluff
4. Blaine Christo, Ashland Greenwood
5. Brock Bolling, Pierce
6. Gavin Dotzler, Boone Central
Ourada and Wells retain the top two spots. Whiteley looks like he will remain up at 132 so he enters here at #3. Christo is next and Bolling makes the drop to 132 to take #5 and pushes Dotzler down to #6 and Olberding out for now.
1. Malachi Bordovsky, Wahoo
2. AJ Parrish, Bennington
3. Drew Cooper, Skutt
4. Brock Templar, Blair
5. Connor Wells, Broken Bow
6. Garret Rine, Waverly
Bordovsky beat Cooper in an exciting match to remain #1. Parrish makes the drop from 145 to come in at #2. Cooper slides to #2 but is not far behind. Templar remains at #4 with the win over Rine at the EMC Duals. Connor Wells also drops from 145 to enter in at #5 in the rankings.
1. Adam Kruse, Skutt
2. Drew Moser, Waverly
3. Landon Templar, Blair
4. Quinn Bailey, Chadron
5. Dreu White, Cozad
6. Baylor Poston, Nebraska City
Kruse remains at #1, Moser moves up to #2, and Templar up to #3 with Parrish dropping to 138. Bailey and White split during the season so, for no other reason, I gave the higher ranking to the last winner. Poston has been impressive so that puts him in at #6.
1. Cameron Zink, Ogallala
2. Landon Weidner, Hastings
3. Cade Ziola, Skutt
4. Caden Corcoran, Ralston
5. Elliott Steinhoff, Platteview
6. Yoan Camejo, Blair
Zink made the drop to 152 and stays at #1 for now. As the returning state champ he will stay there until someone beats him. Weidner has been impressive and can give Zink all he can handle. Ziola has been impressive this season and has been on the radar but wrestle mostly out of state until now. He beat Corcoran so that puts him in at #3 and moves everyone else down a ranking.
1. Jett Samuelson, Hastings
2. Charlie Powers, Blair
3. Cole Maschmann, Beatrice
4. Michael Kruntorad, Pierce
5. Alex Anthony, McCook
6. Hayden Schalk, Nebraska City
The top 4 remain the same. Anthony drops from 170 where he looked impressive there and comes in at #5 at 160. Hayden Schalk missed the first part of the season but in his first tournament beats Palmer to take the #6 spot.
1. Isaac White, Cozad
2. Josh Colgrove, Plattsmouth
3. Cooper Spaulding, Norris
4. Torrance Keehn, Beatrice
5. Frankie Trevino, Scottsbluff
6. Riley Eickmeier, Columbus Scotus
Keehn returns from his injury but loses to Spaulding so that drops him out of #1 and puts White at #1 and moves Colgrove up to #2. Anthony dropped to 160 and Schweitzer has been injured and not sure if he will return so we will take him out of the ratings until we see him back. That opens two spots for Trevino and Eickmeier to come in at #5 and #6.
1. Jacob Awiszus, Gering
2. Deegan Nelson, Beatrice
3. Brekyn Papineau, Aurora
4. Mason Villwok, Elkhorn
5. Josiah Mobley, Scottsbluff
6. Cameronn Aughenbaugh, Plattsmouth
Awiszus has been impressive this season and with a pin over class C #1 Daro this moves him up to #1. Nelson also has been impressive by still being undefeated. Papineau drops to #3 more for the reason of Awiszus and Nelson looking impressive than anything Papineau did. Villwok also has had a great season and moves up to #4. Mobley comes in at #5 because he is also having a great year. Aughenbaugh rounds out the top 6 at #6.
1. Luke MacDonald, Bennington
2. Mack Owens, Aurora
3. Wyatt Fanning, Waverly
4. Martin Carrillo, Wayne
5. Josh Adkins, Plattsmouth
6. Eli Boryca, Cozad
The top 5 all remain the same here. Boryca takes over the #6 spot just ahead of Joe Stein. Boryca and Stein split this year so far and the ranking goes to the last guy that won.
1. Mikah Ruiz, Nebraska City
2. Collin Schwartzkopf, Gering
3. Jack Allen, Aurora
4. Victor Isele, Northwest
5. Landon Ternus, Columbus Lakeview
6. Luke Lambert, Ashland Greenwood
The top 5 remain the same. However, Lambert messed things up here by beating Ruiz but he lost to Ternus earlier in the season. That earns him at least a ranking but any one of these wrestlers can win this weight class.
1. Trevor Brown, Waverly
2. Sawyer Bumgarner, Broken Bow
3. Aaron Jividen, Aurora
4. Neil Hartman, Concordia/DC West
5. Tyler Pavelka, Adams Central
6. Ryan Bickel, Chadron
No changes here.

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