Mifflin County’s own Trent Hidlay is ranked No. 21 overall in the Class of 2018 in the latest rankings released by Flo Wrestling.
Hidlay is fifth in the class among Pennsylvanians – behind Jefferson-Morgan’s Gavin Teasdale (No. 2), Nazareth’s Sammy Sasso (No. 9) and Michael Beard (No. 10) and Ryan Karoly (No. 15) of Malvern Prep. Trent is the top ranked 160-pounder in the 2018 class.
Heavyweight Gable Steveson of Apple Valley, Minnesota is the top-ranked wrestler in the class.
Below is the complete top 50 Class of 2018:
Bison Legend won the 2016 Waterway Duals with a 4-0 record and Mifflin County’s Noah Myers (126) and Trent Hidlay (171) went unbeaten on the day for Legend at Oxford High School this past weekend.
Bison defeated Xcelerate 64-0; Team Nauman 42-9; Defiant Black 38-3, and ETR in the finals by a score of 35-9.
Myers and Hidlay finished the event 4-0 with Myers collecting two decisions, a major and a forfeit. Hidlay had two major decisions, a fall and a decision.
The August High School wrestling rankings from The Open Mat website are out and Mifflin County’s Trent Hidlay finds himself ranked 12th at 160 pounds.
Hidlay, a PIAA runner up last season, is rated third among Pennsylvanians behind Eric Hong of Kiski Prep and Travis Stefanik of Nazareth. Hidlay defeated Stefanik 4-2 in overtime at the PIAA Duals back in February.
Here is the complete 160 pound rankings:
|2||Stephan Glasgow||Bound Brook||Sr.||NJ|
|3||Jake Allar||St. Micahel-Albertville||Sr.||MN|
|4||Layne Van Anrooy||Roseburg||Sr.||OR|
|6||Max Wohlabaugh||Winter Springs||Sr.||FL|
|7||Eric Hong||Kiski Prep||Sr.||PA||Penn|
|10||Hunter Bolen||Christiansburg||Sr.||VA||Virginia Tech|
|12||Trent Hidlay||Mifflin County||Jr.||PA|
|13||Julian Ramirez||Blair Academy||So.||NJ|
|14||Luke Troy||Martin Luther King||Sr.||CA||Iowa|
|16||Jake Hendricks||Wyoming Seminary||Jr.||PA|
|18||Joel Shapiro||West Des Moines||Jr.||IA|
|19||Dominick Mandarino||Don Bosco||Sr.||NJ|
To see the entire rankings click on the link below:
Fri. 11 at Army
Sun. 13 STANFORD
Sun. 20 Keystone Classic at Penn
Sun. 4 LEHIGH (BJC)
Sun. 11 BINGHAMTON
Sun. 18 Reno Tournament of Champions, Reno, Nev. 6 a.m.
Fri. 6 at Minnesota*
Sun. 8 at Nebraska*
Fr.-Su. 13-15 RUTGERS* (Date and Time TBA for BTN TV) TBA
Fr.-Su. 20-22 at Iowa* (Date and Time TBA for BTN TV) TBA
Fri. 27 at Wisconsin*
Sun. 29 NORTHWESTERN*
Fr.-Su. 3-5 at Ohio State* (Date and Time TBA for BTN TV) TBA
Fri. 10 ILLINOIS*
Sun. 12 MARYLAND*
Sun. 19 at NWCA Championship Dual Series#
Sat.-Sun. 4-5 Big Ten Championships, Bloomington, Ind. TBA
Sat. 4 Session 1 — Opening Round
Sat. 4 Session 2 — Semifinals
Sun. 5 Session 3 — Conso/Places/Championships
Thur.-Sat. 16-18 NCAA Championships, St. Louis, Mo. TBA
Thur. 16 Session 1 — 1st Round
Thur. 16 Session 2 — 2nd Round/Consolations
Fri. 17 Session 3 — Quarterfinals/Consolations
Fri. 17 Session 4 — Semifinals/All-America Round
Sat. 18 Session 5 — Medal Rounds
Sat. 18 Session 6 — Championship Finals
* Big Ten Dual — # NWCA National Dual Series
All Dates and Times Subject to Change — All Times EASTERN
Mifflin County’s Trent Hidlay made the top 25 in the Class of 2018 by InterMat in its recently released rankings.
The junior-to-be is rated No. 24 overall and is the fourth best recruit from Pennsylvania, according to the InterMat website. Hidlay, fresh off a 68-11 spring and summer campaign, is behind Gavin Teasdale (No. 3), Michael Beard (No. 7) and Sammy Sasso (No. 9) in the Keystone State. Teasdale, an Iowa recruit, is from Jefferson-Morgan, Beard wrestles at Malvern Prep and Sasso at Nazareth.
Hidlay finished second in the state at 160 as a sophomore and projects to be at 160-170 for the upcoming high school season.
Gable Steveson of Minnesota is the top-ranked recruit in the Class of 2018. David Carr of Ohio, son of three-time NCAA champion Nate Carr, is number two. Teasdale, Seth Nevills (California) and Travis Wittlake (Oregon) round out the top five. Nevills’ older brothers – Nick and A.J. – compete for Penn State.
Wittlake is the number one ranked 160-pounder in the Class of ’18 with Hidlay at No. 2.