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NSWCA Girls Ratings 2/1/24

NSWCA Girls Ratings
January 31, 2024
Top 10 Teams
1. Westside
2. Grand Island
3. Omaha Skutt
4. Papillion-LaVista
5. South Sioux City
6. Omaha North
7. Millard South
8. Scribner-Snyder
9. Ralston
10. Crete
Contenders: Stanton, Pierce, Schuyler, Minden, Lincoln East
Grand Island won the inaugural NSWCA state dual tournament. Their district will afford them an
opportunity to take 12-13 girls to state. That will give them the capability of scoring enough points to
keep up with the big guns of Westside who might have 5 district champions. This is going to be an epic
showdown providing savory storylines for the media in Omaha. With their big guns, Skutt should hold
off the rest of the field to finish 3 rd . 4-7 should be a great fight, as well. 8-15 will also be a fun, tight
1. Jocelyn Prado – Johnson County Central, 11
2. Angelina Schademann – Fillmore Central, 11
3. Nattlie Hull – Scribner-Snyder, 11
4. Joshyonna Coppage-Dortch – Omaha North, 10
5. Annah Perdue – York, 9
6. Alsafa Alkhalil – Omaha Central, 12
Contenders: McKibbin – Bayard, Stoner – Mitchell, Beed – Aurora, Zarraga-Hernandez – Wood River
Prado is the clear favorite to repeat as state champion at 100. She pinned Hull in the finals at Cedar
Bluffs and pinned Schademann at the ECNC. Schademann won Amherst and Hull beat Coppage-Dortch
this last weekend. Perdue remains unbeaten down at 100 and she will be a big challenge for the rest of
the field at state.

1. Madelynn Bohnet – South Sioux City, 10
2. Payton Thiele – Louisville, 11
3. Mileena Notaro – Lincoln East, 11
4. Mara Vanderpool – Westside, 9
5. Abby Negley – Gothenburg, 10
6. Alejandra Reyes – Johnson County Central, 10
Contenders: Gates – Grand Island, Chessmore – Neligh-Oakdale, Hull – Scribner-Snyder, Gonzalez –
Bohnet had a huge weekend at Cedar Bluffs staking her claim to the top spot at 105 as she took care of
Notaro in the semis and knocked off Thiele in the finals. Vanderpool pinned her way through the
Norfolk Invite. Negley won Amherst and remains unbeaten while leading the state in takedowns
averaging over 4 TD/match. But, she has yet to see one of the top 4 rated girls. Her closest match this
year is to Reyes. With Bohnet back down this weight class is stacked and should deliver exciting
matches down at state.
1. Sophia Schultz – Raymond Central, 12
2. Ella Reeves – Battle Creek, 11
3.Jolyn Pozehl – Ainsworth, 11
4. Talia Astorino – Papillion LaVista, 11
5. Carson McBride – Kearney, 10
6. Ruby Guerrero – Wood River, 12
Contenders: Morales – GISH, Cleveland – Summerland, Darling – Wahoo, Martin – Westside
Schultz remains unscathed and has been nothing short of dominant all season with pins/tech falls
against most of the top competition including Reeves at Norfolk Catholic. Her closest match was a 6-2
decision against Guerrero in the finals at Raymond Central. Pozehl seems back on track winning against
Guerrero in the finals at Lexington and winning the Ainsworth Invite. Astorino has not wrestled since
Weeping Water where she medical forfeited against Schultz in the finals. Hopefully, she will be back to
100% for sub-districts this week. The rest of the field is so close with wins over each other, all capable of
being on the medal stand in February.
1. Morgan Maschmann – Beatrice, 11
2. Maycee Peacher – Bennington, 11

3. Hailey Medina – Gering, 12
4. Oliviana Medina – Ralston, 11
5. Courtney Briones – Schuyler, 11
6. Leynn Luna – Boone Central, 10
Contenders: Cottam – Sidney, Hoefer – Neligh-Oakdale, Robinson – Omaha, Collison – Pierce
Maschmann remains unbeaten on the year and with her previous win over Peacher puts herself in the
driver seat. Medina from Gering is unbeaten on the year. Medina from Ralston won the Norfolk
Catholic Invite. Briones had a big win in the finals over Luna at the Boone Central Invite. Hoefer is down
to this weight and picked up a big win over Reeves. She will be a tough out.
1. Kaylyn Harrill – Skutt, 9
2. Corah Linnaus – Stanton, 12
3. Lacy Lemburg – Lakeview, 11
4. Aliena Osterbuhr – Minden, 11
5. Saije Phelps – Sandhills Valley, 11
6. Kristi Raue – Tekamah-Herman, 10
Contenders: Becher – Lincoln High, Gress – High Plains, Bisbee – Aurora, Stracke – Neb City
Harrill is the clear-cut favorite at this weight. Linnaus and Lemburg are split on the year. Osterbuhr has
a pair of wins over Phelps. Raue had a big win over Becher in the finals at Raymond Central.
1. Aubrie Pehrson – Skutt, 11
2. Jordyn Campbell – Yutan, 10
3. Libby Sutton – Weeping Water, 12
4. Maggie Painter – Pierce, 12
5. Briannah Kutschkau – GISH, 12
6. Kelise Cook-Krivohlavek – Arlington, 11
Contenders: Drueke – O’Neill, Nagatani – Kearney, Bolles – Wayne, Alcorta – North Platte, Mccrery –
Pehrson remains the clear-cut favorite with wins over the majority of the other rated girls at 125.
Campbell and Sutton have moved down from 130 to make this a much deeper weight class. Sutton
finally was able to beat Campell in the semis at Weeping Water, but Campbell holds a 2-1 advantage on
the year. Painter still owns a head to head win over Kutschkau on the year. Krivohlavek suffered a pair

of losses at Weeping Water but rebounded nicely with a win over Bolles in the finals at Boone Central.
Nagatani lost to Campbell in the semis at Cedar Bluffs before finishing 3 rd . Drueke lost to Bolles in the
semis at Boone Central.
1. Regan Rosseter – Westside, 12
2. Kalynn Lyons – Omaha Westview, 10
3. Millie Jensen – Millard South, 10
4. Jenna Second – Papillion-LaVista, 12
5. Bella Arrants – GISH, 9
6. Micah McGillvray – Stanton, 12
Contenders: Sydnie Brown – Overton, Thomas – Wood River, Hains – Lincoln East, Campbell – Auburn,
DeBoer – Pierce
Rosseter has a pair of wins over Lyons. Lyons has beaten Jensen. Jensen did not wrestle last week at
the NSWCA state duals. Hopefully, she will be ready for districts. Second wrestled once at 130 at the
state duals so she is eligible to enter this weight at districts. It will be interesting to see which weight
she chooses. Arrants and McGillvray have been wrestling well as of late and are ready to fill in the
ratings with the aforementioned departures down to 125.
1. Ann Marie Meiman – Omaha North, 12
2. Alexis Pehrson – Skutt, 11
3. Selena Zamora – South Sioux City, 12
4. Madison Davis – West Holt, 12
5. Rylan Hansen – Stanton, 10
6. Sofia Hoegemeyer – Millard West, 9
Contenders: Wemhoff – Schuyler, Thiele – Summerland, Dack – Shelton, Hinz – Superior
Meiman had the big win over Pehrson at Cedar Bluffs to even up the series 1-1 on the year. They should
be on opposite sides at state. Zamora wrestled them both tough this year and has a win over Davis.
Hansen and Hoegemeyer have battled through some injuries this season. Hopefully, they will be ready
to go at districts.
1. Dylen Ritchey – Ralston, 12
2. Miah Kenny – GINW, 12

3. Kayden Sipp – Adams Central, 10
4. Rylie Ahrens – Crofton-Bloomfield, 11
5. Jazleen Alvarez – Lincoln High, 9
6. Ava Mahnke – West Point-Beemer, 9
Contenders: Gibson – Beatrice, Butterfield – Stanton, Finecy – Lakeview, Galarza – Millard West
Ritchey remains unbeaten and has a win over Sipp. Sipp had a big win over Kenny. The top 4 are pretty
secure. After that, this weight seems to be where some really good freshmen have settled in. Alvarez
edged Mahnke at the beginning of the year when they both were wrestling 155. Neither have lost a
match since dropping to 140. Gibson, another freshman, has also put together a fantastic season.
Which one will be able to handle the rigors of districts and state?
1. Maggie Fiene – Conestoga, 10
2. Zoey Barber – Westside, 11
3. Victoria Maxey – Norfolk, 11
4. Emma Stice – Papillion LaVista, 12
5. Isabelle Kuehler – Pierce, 10
6. Alexa Karch – Omaha Benson, 11
Contenders: Rasmussen – Chadron, Wemhoff – Schuyler, Lopez Alvis – Crete, Penne – Elkhorn Valley,
Thiemann – Bellevue
Fiene remains unbeaten and unchallenged to this point in the season, but she hasn’t wrestled any of the
top competition at this weight class. Should be some interesting matchups at state. Karch inserted
herself into the conversation with a big fall against Maxey who also beat Barber at the Norfolk Invite.
Stice and Kuehler have been solid all year. Rasmussen is a little bit of an unknown because she hasn’t
wrestled very many of the top girls in Nebraska. Thiemann has been wrestling very well for a Bellevue
team that finished 1 st at the Cedar Bluff Invite. Can she pull some upsets?
1. Addeline Graser – Papillion-LaVista, 10
2. Anyia Roberts – Grand Island, 11
3. Kristin Schellenberg – Scribner-Snyder, 12
4. La’Nie Green – Omaha North, 12
5. Rowyn Wiltgen – Millard South, 11
6. Piper Zatechka – Westside, 11

Contenders: Rose – Central, Longsdorf – Neligh-Oakdale, Harb – GINW, Akpo-Idrissou – Lincoln NW
Graser is another Papio wrestler that has not wrestled since Weeping Water. Hopefully, she will be
healed up and ready to roll at districts. There are no changes in the ratings at this weight class.
1. Makayla Vasser – Nebraska City, 9
2. Catalina Jones – Louisville, 11
3. Carson Shank – Lincoln East, 10
4. Fabiola Cortez Carcamo – GISH, 9
5. Paola Vergara – O’Neill, 12
6. Annabelle Poppe – Crofton, 11
Contenders: Bobeldyke – Norfolk, Sollom – Omaha Central, Taylor – Columbus, Finecy – Lakeview
Vasser has remained unbeaten and really unchallenged so far this season. She remains the favorite at
the top. The rest have all demonstrated the ability to beat each other, so it will be interesting to see the
match-ups at state and who shows up big. Fun weight!
1. Macy Barber-Westside, 10
2. Martha Hinneh – Marian, 12
3. Ali Edwards – Grand Island, 11
4. Damian Earth – Winnebago, 12
5. Stephanie DonJuan Mendoza – Crete, 12
6. Jayashree Bray – Omaha North, 9
Contenders: Serrano – Minden, O’Brian – Fremont, Stricker – Bellevue, Godinez – SSC
No changes at this weight.
1. Audre Herron – Omaha Westview, 11
2. Caitlyn Sohm – South Sioux City, 11
3. Brythany Espino – Grand Island, 10
4. Precious DeCora – Winnebago, 12
5. Evelyn Bryan-Aldrich – Palmyra, 10
6. Alexa Ramirez – Crete, 12

Contenders: Statz – Elkhorn, Dannelly – Millard South, Guererro – Fremont, Krebs – Summerland
Herron seems to be hot right now with a big win over Sohm at Cedar Bluffs. This will be a fun weight
class to watch at state. They all have the ability to beat each other and they have for the most part, so
who shows up in Omaha will be exciting to see.

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