Individual Rankings

                                                                  Individual Rankings
Class AAA

106–1. Luke Pletcher (Latrobe), 2. Gage Curry (North Hills), 3. Brendon Price (Canon-McMillan), 4. Mike Heinl (Shaler), 5. Chris Eddins (Greensburg Salem)
113–1. A. C. Headlee (Waynesburg), 2. Ricky Cavallo (Hempfield), 3. James Harrison (West Mifflin), 4. Sam White (Mt. Lebanon), 5.Mitch Hartman (Belle Vernon)
120–1. Sam Krivus (Hempfield), 2. Dalton Macri (Canon-McMillan), 3. Dom Forys (North Allegheny), 4. Vincenzo Joseph (Pgh. Central Catholic), 5. Ryan Hardaway (Kiski)
126–1. Connor Schram (Canon-McMillan), 2. Michael Kemerer (Franklin Regional), 3. Tyler Walker (North Hills), 4. Nate Russo (Belle Vernon), 5. Luke Etzel (Eliz Forward)
132–1. Tyler Smith (Franklin Regional), 2. Joel Pezze (Norwin), 3. Drew Walker (North Hills), 4. Tyler Buckiso (Peters Township), 5. Corey Wilding (Upper St. Clair)
138–1. Josh Maruca (Franklin Regional), 2. Justin Alexander (Pgh. Central Catholic), 3. Ethan Kenney (Connellsville), 4. Italo Merante (Peters Township), 5. Jake Shaffer (Latrobe)
145–1. Josh Shields (Franklin Regional), 2. Cole Landowski (Kiski), 3. Nathan Hall (West ALlegheny), 4. Kevin Synan (Hampton), 5. Chris Nuss (Pgh. Central Catholic)
152–1. Heath Coles (Norwin), 2. Tyler Reihnart (Greensburg Salem), 3. Kyle Skelly (Kiski), 4. Kyle Coniker (Pgh. Central Catholic), 5. Dale Provance (Connellsville)
160–1. Zack Zavatsky (Latrobe), 2. Zach Voytek (Greensburg Salem), 3. Dom Nania (Hempfield), 4. Jonathan Avon (North Hills), 5. Austin Bell (Belle Vernon)
170–1. Cody Wiercioch (Canon-McMillan), 2. Kellan Stout (Mt. Lebanon), 3. Brandon Olszewski (Hampton), 4. Noah Wilps (Chartiers Valley), 5. Brandan Burnham (Pine-Richalnd)
182–1. Adam Nickelson (Belle Vernon), 2. Zach Smith (North Allegheny), 3. Drew Phipps (Norwin), 4. Ryan Hannan (Butler), 5. Tyler Worthing (Kiski)
195–1. Matt McCutcheon (Kiski), 2. Jacob Hart (Hampton), 3. Alen Turcinhodzic (North Hills), 4. Alex DeCiatnis (North Allegheny), 5. Anthony Cable (Greensburg Salem)
220–1. Alex Campbell (Canon-McMillan), 2. Cole Macek (Montour), 3. Zach Deluca (Pgh. Central Catholic), 4. Noah Shulman (Hampton), 5. James Keys (West Mifflin)
Hvy–1. Shane Kuhn (Kiski), 2. Damen Sims (Hopewell), 3. Luke FLeck (Franklin Regional), 4. Angelo Broglia (Canon-McMillan), 5. Thor Henze (Thomas Jefferson)

Class AA

106–1. Austin Griffiths (Southmoreland), 2. Austin McDermitt (Burgettstown), 3. Brendan Howard (Jefferson-Morgan)
113–1. Cody Charles (Yough), 2. George Phillipi (Derry), 3. Jake Rothka (Bentworth)
120–1. Nathan Reckner (SS Beaver), 2. Seth Carr (South Fayette), 3. Zach Swarrow (Beth-Center)
126–1. Patrick Dewitt (Valley), 2. Vince Vahaly (Bentworth), 3. Rich McGinnis (Chartiers-Houston)
132–1. Jason Nolf (KIttanning), 2. Nick Zanetta (Keystone Oaks), 3. Shane Gentry (SS Beaver)
138–1. Nick Gavazzi (Charleroi), 2. Steven Edwards (BUrrell), 3. Jason Miller (Jefferson-Morgan)
145–1. Tanner Sutton (Chartiers-Houston), 2. Matt Johnston (West Greene), 3. Phil Marra (Burrell)
152–1. Boe Bonzo (Freedom), 2. Grant Fetchet (South Fayette), 3. Corey Falleroni (Burrell)
160–1. J.J. Walker (South Fayette), 2. Derek Hull (Chartiers-Houston), 3. Nico Brown (Beth-Center)
170–1. Mike Fetchet (South Fayette), 2. Dalton Rosta (Laurel), 3. Connor Payne (SS Beaver)
182–1. Dakota Deslauriers (Burrell), 2. Dustin Conti (Jefferson-Morgan), 3. Terrell Fields (Valley)
195–1. Garrett Vulcano (Chartiers-Houston), 2. Christian Williams (Yough), 3. Eli Holt (Mt. Pleasant)
220–1. Jake Temple (Avella), 2. Thomas Sever (Yough), 3. Tyler Cousins (Freedom)
Hvy–1. Jake Beistel (Southmoreland), 2. Allen Beattie (BUrrell), 3. Trevin Bedillion (West Greene)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

looks pretty good, although to be fair a lot of the weights are cut & dried this year, no two guys challenging for that top spot. Also notice how much deeper some weights are than others. I think the 160 from Penn Hills could surprise some people, I don;t know if he's top 5 but definitely good and completely unknown. Thanks as always for the work you do.

Saturday, January 05, 2013 12:22:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you I appreciate the rankings.Thank god Pletcher is finally ranked the experts were looking pretty bad.He was only a 4 or 5 time pjw champ coming into this season.Dont get all the Belle Vernon hype.Other than Mickelson ,the other wrestlers from BVA shouldnt sniff your list.Insiders say Jolly ran from powerade to wrestle at the sisters of the blind classic.

Saturday, January 05, 2013 11:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pletcher is a stud will win states at least twice even though hes 16

Saturday, January 05, 2013 6:39:00 PM  
Anonymous Black Robes High Priest of a Weirdo Cult said...

Pletcher couldn't be ranked based on middle school stuff, come on, man! He's ranked now because he earned it, in the pre-season he had not earned it.

Sunday, January 06, 2013 9:39:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

16 or not he hasn't broke any rules.He was willing to make a sacrafice that most kids wouldn't.Barring injury he will win more than two.

Sunday, January 06, 2013 10:11:00 AM  
Blogger Joe Tuscano said...

As a rule, I don't rank incoming freshmen in the preseason rankings. I think they should at least win a varsity bout before the make it in.

Sunday, January 06, 2013 5:30:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In response to the first post, I think the 160 from Penn Hills is Te'Shan Campbell. He wrestled in the city last year and must have moved to Penn Hills. As far as being completely unknown, he was a PJW state champ in 2010 and I think he placed third last year. And to the second post, why all the hate for BVA???

Tuesday, January 08, 2013 8:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

JM is the only team that comes out to the mat with 15 wrestlers and only wrestles 9 or 10. If a wrestler suits up for a match there never should be a forfiet.

Sunday, January 27, 2013 5:19:00 AM  

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