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District 6 AA Rankings #4 (106-145)

Pretty much a dual meet week. Glendale ventured into the vaunted Escape the Rock Tournament. For this week’s rankings, I have tried to include records and have put state qualifiers in all caps. Thank you Coach Andrekovich for the correction on the Taylor’s from Bellwood-Antis. I agree that they are good kids and tough young wrestlers. This upcoming week’s top dual meets include: Mt. Union v. West Branch. Many District 6 teams will make their way to either West Branch for the Ultimate Warrior Tournament or to Bedford for the Thomas Chevrolet Tournaments. Glendale and Penns Valley will be wrestling at the Fred Bell Tournament.

106
1. C. BAINEY BEA (22-3)
2. K. Walls TYR (13-6)_
3. J. Harbert LV (14-6)
4. C. Stewart MC (7-10)
5. L. Dunsmore HUN (16-8)
6. L. Pase WB (12-6)
7. J. Mathews CEN (8-6)
8. N. Rabenstein BA (12-3)
Others:
Matyak FH (7-7), D. Hockenberry GL (8-7), Fleshman PV (9-9)

Weekly Review
Bainey stamps his name as the clear #1 with a 16-2 win over Walls. Rabenstein moves into #8. He pinned Hockenberry in the dual meet.

Match-ups (1/13 through 1/19)
1/21 – Dunsmore v. Fleshman
1/23 – Pase v. Hockenberry
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: Bainey, Walls, Stewart, Pase, Ranenstein

113
1. H. WALK TYR (20-4)
2. B. BEATTY MU (21-2)
3. Z. DUBLER GL (16-3)
4. E. Toth FH (13-7)
5. N. Coudriet PO (10-4)
6. L. Cornetto MC (13-5)
7. J. Darlington PV (13-6)
8. K. Sallurday WB (11-7)
Others:
J. Piffer BEA (13-6), J. Brown LV (6-7), A. Coukart PT (14-12), C. Lamantia WH (9-6), Zukus RL (9-6), Noel PC (7-6)

Weekly Review
Beatty makes the drop and moves into #2. Walk beat Piffer (14-2).

Match-ups
1/21 – Toth v. Noel; Beatty v. Sallurday; Walk v. Coudriet
1/23 – Dubler v. Sallurday; Brown v. Lamantia
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: Walk, Beatty, Coudriet, Cornetto, Sallurday, Piffer, Zukus
FB: Dubler and Darlington

120
1. J. ARRINGTONFH (14-1)
2. C. GILHAM BEA (22-6)
3. R. MILLS HUN (21-3)
4. I. Crouch CEN (14-3)
5. T. Kushner WH (13-8)
6. J. Ball MV (11-2)
7. A. Sipes TYR (8-4)
8. Z. Brandis CC (4-3)
Others:
H. Knisely CK (5-7), N. Bryan PO

Weekly Review
With Beatty making the drop, I think the 6th spot for regionals is up for grabs. I say the top 5 are the clear cut studs at this weight.

Match-ups
1/21 – Sipes v. Bryan
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: Gilham, Ball, Sipes, and Bryan
TC – Crouch, Brandis and Knisely

126
1. S. DUBLER GL (13-4)
2. N. TEETER FH (15-7)
3. G. Stewart MC (11-9)
4. A. Bowman CEN (12-3)
5. C. Chilcote MU (15-5)
6. A. Syfert RL (13-5)
7. E. Wagner HUN (10-10)
8. Westrick CH (12-6)
Others:
C. Sparr JV,

Weekly Review
Not much movement here. I think Dubler and Teeter are the clear cut favorites to meet in the finals in Altoona at this point.

Match-ups
1/21 – Teeter v. Westrick
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: Stewart, Chilcote, Syfert
TC: Bowman Westrick

132
1. B. McCMILLEN GL (19-3)
2. A. OHL SJ (20-6)
3. H. ARMSTRONG MC (20-4)
4. C. POLACEK WH (15-5)
5. G. Dunkleberger PO (9-5)
6. A. Richner MV (9-3)
7. C. Claycomb CK (8-2)
8. C. Conner FH (9-9)
Others:
M. Walls TYR (9-6), K. Morehouse MU (14-6), M. Dishong U (11-4), D. Lazer CC (13-6), and Reamer HUN (7-7), Packer BEA (9-5)

Weekly Review
I think after the top two here, this weight is wide open for the other four regional spots. Claycomb beat Morehouse (7-2) and Morehouse beat Reamer (9-1). Ohl finished 5th (although he only lost once) at New Oxford. McMillen placed 6th at Escape the Rock.

Match-ups
1/21 – Dunkleberger v. Walls
1/23 – Richner v. Claycomb
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: Ohl, Armstrong, Dunkleberger, Richner, Walls, Morehouse, Dishong and Packer
TC: Claycomb, Lazer

138
1. Z. WITMER SJ (20-4)
2. C. ROYER PV (19-4)
3. C. CHAPMAN PO (12-3)
4. R. HARBERT LV (14-1)
5. A. Mangus RL (13-5)
6. D. Finn FH (13-8)
7. R. Dunn WH (13-6)
8. C. Lauer HUN (15-5)
Others:
Ballock BEA (12-5), G. Misura GL (6-3), J. Myers WB (13-5), C. Stuchel BLV (13-8)

Weekly Review
Witmer won the New Oxford Tournament.

Match-ups
1/21 – Royer v. Lauer
1/23 – Misura v. Myers; Harbert v. Dunn
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: Wittmer, Chapman, Mangus, Ballock, Myers, Stuchel
FB: Royer and Misura

145
1. G. MCCLENEHAN BEA (21-0)
2. E. GIBSON FH (21-1)
3. T. RUTTER GL (16-2)
4. C. WARSHEL RL (19-3)
5. S. Berardinelli PT (15-10)
6. A. McCullough CC (15-7)
7. Z. Blackburn WH (9-7)
8. E. Morder JV (10-5)
Others:
J. Myers (10-6), WB, Runk SH

Weekly Review
Top 4 remain the same, and I feel all four of them will qualify for Hershey. I can’t see anyone other them breaking into this group.

Match-ups
1/23 – Rutter v. Myers
1/24 & 1/25 – UW: McClenehan, Warshel, Myers
TC: McCullough and Runk