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NSWCA Class B Rankings-2/13/20

NSWCA Class B Rankings
2/13/20
NSWCA Class B Tournament Rankings
1. Hastings
2. Omaha Skutt Catholic
3. Bennington
4. Arlington
5. Gering
6. Wahoo
7. Beatrice
8. Aurora
9. Central City
10. Northwest

COMMENTS: Hastings remains number 1 since Lazure is out, but Skutt is not far behind. If anyone on Hastings team slips up Skutt could overtake them. Bennington stays at 3. Arlington is at number 4 on the strength of their individuals. The next three Gering, Wahoo, and Beatrice are so close they flipped but all stay in number 5 thru 7. Ralston and Adams Central drops out and makes room for Aurora to come in at number 8. Aurora has been surging towards the end of the season. Central City also joined the top 10 and have been improving throughout the season. Northwest stays a strong top 10 team at number 10 with a potential to finish higher. Don’t sleep on Pierce, they are on the cusp of the top 10 and have been underrated all year (and may still be). As they have shown at the State Duals, they are not intimidated by anyone.

Individual Rankings

103
1. Kael Lauridsen, Bennington
2. Zach Ouranda, Omaha Skutt
3. Tristen Obermiller, Adams Central
4. Caden Svobada, Aurora
5. Drew Garfield, Central City
6. Markus Miller, Hastings

COMMENTS: Looks like Chavez is moving back up to 113 so everyone slides up a spot and Miller gets into the ratings.

113
1. Quinton Chavez, Gering
2. Andrew Wilder, Scottsbluff
3. Braiden Kort, Adams Central
4. AJ Parrish, Bennington
5. Grady Arends, Northwest
6. Brock Bolling, Pierce

COMMENTS: With Chavez back at 113 that puts him at #1. McKee appears to have moved up to 120. This may be the most wide-open weight class for an individual to win it. Any one of the top 6 individuals can win this weight class.

120
1. Drew Arnold, Beatrice
2. Paul Ruff, Gering
3. Paul Garcia, Scottsbluff
4. Thomas Ivey, York
5. Ty Rainforth, O’Neill
6. Jeremy McKee, Ralston

COMMENTS: The only change here is McKee moving up from 113 which pushes Bailey out of the top 6.

126
1. Dyson Kunz, Central City
2. Shawn Buchanan, Crete
3. Landon Weidner, Hastings
4. Kaleb Eliker, York
5. Reece Jaqua, Wayne
6. Michael Mass, Ralston

COMMENTS: Engel drops out of the top 6 based off some losses to others rated. Jaqua has been looking good and has quality wins to move him up to number 5

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: No changes here.

138
1. Trevor Kluck, Aurora
2. Collin Quandt, Northwest
3. Nate Rocheleau, Gering
4. Brady Thompson, O’Neill
5. Hank Frost, Blair
6. Cameron Kort, Adams Central
7. Joel Lemburg, Columbus Lakeview

COMMENTS: Thompson continues to look good and moves up. Frost’s win over Kort moves him into the rankings. Lemburg gets pushed out but he is very capable of beating some of the guys ahead of him.

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. Sam Moore, Central City
4. Zander Schweitzer, Pierce
5. Trey Shanahan, Wahoo
6. Connor Drahota, Omaha Skutt

COMMENTS: Moore and Schweitzer move up in the ratings based off their recent performance.

170
1. Evan Canoyer, Waverly
2. Cooper Hancock, Wahoo
3. Brady Robb, Sidney
4. Brett Tinker, Pierce
5. Kobe Lyons, York
6. Brock Skinner, Ogallala

COMMENTS: Nelson lost to Lyons to drop him and Skinner has been wrestling very well to bring him into the top 6.

182
1. Damen Pape, Hastings
2. Luke MacDonald, Bennington
3. Kobe Wilkins, Arlington
4. William Marxsen, Schuyler
5. Brekyn Papineau, Aurora
6. Braden Hanson, Blair

COMMENTS: Marxsen beat Papineau so those two flipped. Everyone else remained the same.

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: No changes here.

220
1. Grady Griess, Northwest
2. Garett Menke, Bennington
3. Dylan Meyer, Norris
4. Jacob Ludwig, Ashland-Greenwood
5. Dylan Kuehler, Pierce
6. Austin Rollman, Columbus Lakeview

COMMENTS: Kavulak has not wrestled since before Christmas so I assume he is out. The top 3 remain the same but it is a mess after that. We have a mix of wrestlers beating each other that makes it difficult to determine who is ahead of who. That means there are several wrestlers capable of earning a medal here. Rodriguez, Hume, and Deckert are all contenders.

285
1. Remmington Gay, Arlington
2. Mike Leatherdale, Wayne
3. Neil Hartman, Concordia/DC West
4. Alfredo Valquier, Nebraska City
5. David Hernandez, Ralston
6. Brady Soukup, Blair

COMMENTS: Leatherdale beat Hartman, so they traded spaces. Otherwise everyone else remained the same.