High School Wrestling Rankings

Final 2009-2010 Individual High School National Wrestling Rankings

The last of the big post-season tournaments now complete, our rankings for this season conclude. At the NHSCA’s in Virginia, we got to see how a good number of studs from lower profile states stack up. The results were interesting, to say the least, and influenced our final positioning. At FloNationals, there weren’t too many surprises. Other than 152 and ...

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TOMs Individual National High School Wrestling Rankings – 3.16.10

With the last of the state tournaments (PA) complete, the high school season is almost done. Only All-Star matches (for what they’re worth) and post-season tournaments are left. Pennsylvania had its share of upsets. With nine returning state champions in AA alone, something had to give. Right off the bat, Nicky Roberts, the #1 guy in most everyone’s poll, fell ...

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TOM’s Final National High School Wrestling Team Rankings – 03.15.10

Just two teams in action as Pennsylvania rounded out the state championships across the country, which means two of our Top 20 were in action. With Central Mountain ending Central Duaphin’s three-year stranglehold on the state individual tournament title, there is still some movement in the rankings. Central Mountain moves up ahead of Central Dauphin and Wyoming Seminary. Dauphin beat ...

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TOMs National Wrestling High School Team Rankings -3.08.10

Plenty of news as 13 of our Top 20 were in action this weekend. Individual state tournaments were staged in Ohio, New Jersey, and California. In Minnesota, both team and individual state tourneys took place. In Ohio, Wadsworth edged St. Edwards by 4.5pts to capture the Division I state title. #2 St. Paris Graham destroyed the field in Division II, ...

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TOM’s Individual High School Rankings – 03.03.10

Closing in on season’s end, the rankings are starting to take on a hint of finality. With most state championships (and National Preps) now complete, there have been few upsets. But that’s why these kids are ranked as the Top 20 in the country; they’re expected to win. Big state tournaments still loom this weekend, as power states Ohio, California, ...

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TOM’s Individual High School Rankings – 2.24.10

Welcome to this weeks’ updates, which features more movement than we’re accustom to seeing. State tournament competitions in several states have provided both upsets and validation for our Top 20 wrestlers at teach weight. Injuries have also taken their toll as several kids have unfortunately been sidelined. Others’ status is uncertain for return. And then there’s another group who have ...

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TOM’s National High School Team Rankings – 2.22.10

Several states held their state tournament this weekend, including three of our Top 20. #4 Brandon (FL), #7 Collins Hill (GA), #13 Park Hill (MO), and #15 Montini (IL) each dominated to state titles. In National Preps action, #3 Blair Academy (NJ) and #6 Wyoming Seminary (PA) won their respective state prep tourneys. They will compete, along with #16 Bishop ...

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TOM’s National High School Team Rankings – 2-15-10

This week in the high school wrestling schedule featured Pennsylvania and New Jersey staging their state dual tournaments, while several other states started their individual qualifying series. A potential clash of top 12 teams was squashed as a dual between #1 Apple Valley and #12 Simley was cancelled due to risk of skin infection. In the de facto state title ...

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TOM’s Individual High School Rankings – 2-10-10

Welcome to this weeks updates. It’s that time of year where kids are starting their migration south in weight. We try to stay on top of it and rank the kids at their current weight. So, expect some movement as the rankings get shuffled with kids dropping. If we haven’t moved a wrestler to his new weight, let us know. ...

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TOM’s National Highschool Wrestling Team Rankings 02-08-2010

The marquee event of the weekend was The Super Quad hosted by Blair Academy where three nationally ranked teams battled it out. Three close duals ensued and when the dust settled, Blair beat both #6 Wyoming Seminary, 31-30, and #13 St. Edwards, 31-29. Seminary beat St. Ed’s 33-23. To make matters worse for St. Ed’s, their star 130lber, Jamie Clark, ...

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