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NSWCA Class B Rankings-1-31-20

NSWCA Class B Tournament Rankings

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

 

COMMENTS: Hastings takes over the #1 ranking based off questions marks surrounding Lazure’s health. If he is 100% and ready to go, then Skutt is the favorite but we have not seen him yet and it is getting late in the season. Staying healthy is key to finishing the season on top or even in the top 10. Blair drops out because of the rumored loss of Templar for the season. Ralston is back in on the strength of a few individuals and Mass finally in the lineup. Adams Central replaces Aurora at #10 just because some of the individuals shifting around helped Adams Central. Number 7 through 13 are all so very close any one of them could finish in the top 10 if they wrestle well at state. Aurora, Central City, York, Columbus Lakeview, and Scottsbluff are all contenders for the top 10.

 

 

NSWCA Class B Dual Rankings

  1. Hastings
  2. Bennington
  3. Adams Central
  4. Central City
  5. Blair
  6. Beatrice
  7. Omaha Skutt Catholic
  8. Gering
  9. Columbus Lakeview
  10. Northwest

 

COMMENTS: Hastings remains at the top. Skutt drops several spots because of question marks on the health of one of their studs. They will not qualify for the State Duals; however, I am still including them because these are rankings and not a tournament seeding. Central City has been looking good as a dual team, so they moved up. Northwest keeps looking better each week. Aurora is a team that received strong consideration for the top 10 with a win over Adams Central but losses to Columbus Lakeview and Northwest kept them out. I have given much consideration to Pierce since the first rankings came out. I know they are well coached and have several quality individuals. I kept looking for quality wins and they have a couple against C and D teams but against below average B and A they won close duals. Looks like they will be a top 2 or 3 seed in the State Duals but I had a hard time putting them ahead of any of the teams currently ranked.

Individual Rankings

 

103

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

 

COMMENTS: Returning state champion, Chavez, drops down to 106 into the #2 spot moving everyone else down. The only reason he doesn’t show up at the top is because in the same tournament Lauridsen beat a common opponent 12-2 that beat Chavez 5-3.

 

113

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

 

COMMENTS: With Chavez going down to 106 that moves everyone else up one and brings Bolling into the top 6 rankings.

 

120

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

 

COMMENTS: With Curtis from Blair moves up to 126 to fill in for injured Templar so that give Bailey the #6 ranking. Everyone else remains the same.

 

126

  1. Dyson Kunz, Central City
  2. Shawn Buchanan, Crete
  3. Landon Weidner, Hastings
  4. Lucien Engel, Columbus Lakeview
  5. Kaleb Eliker, York
  6. Michael Mass, Ralston

 

COMMENTS: Templar is rumored to be out for the season, so he drops out of the ratings. Mass is finally on the mat and did well in his first action of the season, so he comes in at #6.

 

132

  1. Hunter Gilmore, Arlington
  2. Trevor Reinke, Beatrice
  3. Bryce Brown, Hastings
  4. Logan Jaixen, Columbus Lakeview
  5. Adam Kruze, Omaha Skutt
  6. Oscar Lopez, O’Neill

 

COMMENTS: Lazure is still missing but Kruse has been wrestling here all season so Lazure drops out and Kruse is in at #5. Murrillo drops out after this last weekend results and Lopez comes in at #6.

 

138

  1. Trevor Kluck, Aurora
  2. Collin Quandt, Northwest
  3. Nate Rocheleau, Gering
  4. Cameron Kort, Adams Central
  5. Brady Thompson, O’Neill
  6. Joel Lemburg, Columbus Lakeview

 

COMMENTS: No changes here.

 

145

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

 

COMMENTS: No changes here.

 

152

  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: No changes here.

 

160

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

 

COMMENTS: Robb has been wrestling 170 all year so I assume he is staying there (I go by what the coaches tell me early in the season). That moves everyone below him up one and brings Colton into the rankings.

 

170

  1. Evan Canoyer, Waverly
  2. Cooper Hancock, Wahoo
  3. Brady Robb, Sidney
  4. Brody Nelson, Beatrice
  5. Brett Tinker, Pierce
  6. Kobe Lyons, York

 

COMMENTS: Robb comes in at #3 which moves everyone else down one.

 

182

  1. Damen Pape, Hastings
  2. Luke MacDonald, Bennington
  3. Kobe Wilkins, Arlington
  4. Brekyn Papineau, Aurora
  5. William Marxsen, Schuyler
  6. Braden Hanson, Blair

 

COMMENTS: No changes here.

 

195

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

 

COMMENTS: I am a little slow on this one but Bordovsky beat Firmanik right after the Christmas break. That creates some changes in the rankings.

 

220

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

 

COMMENTS: Kuehler drops out after his loss this past weekend. This allows Ludwig to get into the rankings.

 

285

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

 

COMMENTS: Hernandez beat Soukup, so they traded spaces. Otherwise everyone else remained the same.