Mifflin County’s Hayden Hidlay is ranked nationally by both FloRankings and Intermat as one of the top 30 juniors in the country.
Hidlay is ranked 27th in the junior class by Intermat and 30th by Flo Wrestling. Hayden is the second ranked junior at 145 behind Brent Moore of Ohio.
Mark Hall (Minnesota) is the top junior in the United States by both outlets.
At 145, Hidlay is rated 8th by Intermat and 11th by Flo regardless of class.
Update: The club has found a mat.
The Siglerville mat club is in need of a practice mat to replace an old mat. It would not have to be perfect, just good and usable. With a low budget nonprofit organization, looking to keep cost down ( or a donation of a mat).
If you can help, contact Tim Davis at his email: tdavis
I wanted to announce something I’ve been thinking about for quite some time now. The video is about six minutes long. I appreciate you taking the time to watch it.
Mifflin County’s Hayden Hidlay, fresh off his third-place finish at the Big 32, finds himself in heady company with a No. 8 ranking at 145-pounds in the Intermat Preseason Individual Rankings.
Hidlay becomes only the second Mifflin County wrestler to ever appear in the Intermat rankings (Tyson Searer was the first back in 2012).
Penn State-bound Vincenzo Joseph (Pittsburgh Central Catholic) is at the top of the rankings with Michael Kemerer (Franklin Regional) at No. 3 and Kent Lane (Southern Columbia) at No. 20. Kemerer will wrestle for Iowa and Lane is headed to Lehigh.
Hilday is set to begin his junior season for the Huskies.
You can view Hidlay’s weight class by clicking below:
Read Hidlay’s feature story in today’s Lewistown Sentinel.