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Hidlay Ranked 12th in Latest TOM Rankings

| August 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

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:

160
1 Brady Berge Kasson-Mantorville Sr. MN
2 Stephan Glasgow Bound Brook Sr. NJ
3 Jake Allar St. Micahel-Albertville Sr. MN
4 Layne Van Anrooy Roseburg Sr. OR
5 Kaleb Romero Mechanicsburg Sr. OH
6 Max Wohlabaugh Winter Springs Sr. FL
7 Eric Hong Kiski Prep Sr. PA Penn
8 Kyle Cochran Paramus Sr. NJ Maryland
9 Travis Stefanik Nazareth Sr. PA
10 Hunter Bolen Christiansburg Sr. VA Virginia Tech
11 Aaron Brooks Hagerstown Jr. MD
12 Trent Hidlay Mifflin County Jr. PA
13 Julian Ramirez Blair Academy So. NJ
14 Luke Troy Martin Luther King Sr. CA Iowa
15 Nick Kiussis Brunswick Sr. OH
16 Jake Hendricks Wyoming Seminary Jr. PA
17 Joshua Stillings Pennridge Jr. PA
18 Joel Shapiro West Des Moines Jr. IA
19 Dominick Mandarino Don Bosco Sr. NJ
20 Johnny Mologousis LaGrange-Lyons Sr. IL

To see the entire rankings click on the link below:

TOM National High School Wrestling Individual Rankings August 2016

Penn State 2016-17 Wrestling Schedule

| August 18, 2016 | 0 Comments

2016-17 SCHEDULE

NOVEMBER

Fri.                  11           at Army                                                                               7 p.m.

Sun.               13           STANFORD                                                                       2 p.m.

Sun.               20           Keystone Classic at Penn                                                  TBA

DECEMBER

Sun.                  4           LEHIGH (BJC)                                                                   2 p.m.

Sun.               11           BINGHAMTON                                                                  2 p.m.

Sun.               18           Reno Tournament of Champions, Reno, Nev.           6 a.m.

JANUARY

Fri.                    6           at Minnesota*                                                                    8 p.m.

Sun.                  8           at Nebraska*                                                                     3 p.m.

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*                                                                    8 p.m.

Sun.               29           NORTHWESTERN*                                                          2 p.m.

FEBRUARY

Fr.-Su.          3-5           at Ohio State* (Date and Time TBA for BTN TV)           TBA

Fri.                  10           ILLINOIS*                                                                           7 p.m.

Sun.               12           MARYLAND*                                                                     2 p.m.

Sun.               19           at NWCA Championship Dual Series#                           TBA

MARCH

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

Hidlay Ranked in Top 25 of Latest InterMat Class Rankings

| August 8, 2016 | 0 Comments

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.

Flo Rankings: Hidlay Ranked Third in State at 160

| August 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

The latest ranking from Flo Wrestling are out and Trent Hidlay is rated 12th overall and third in the Keystone State at 160 pounds.

With the spring/summer freestyle and Greco season completed, Hidlay finds himself behind Eric Hong (No. 6) of Kiski Prep and Travis Stefanik (No. 9) of Nazareth in the 160-pound rankings. Hidlay defeated Stefanik by a 4-2 overtime decision at the PIAA Duals back in February.

Hong and Stefanik are seniors committed to Penn and ? respectively. Hidlay is a junior. Hong cannot compete for a PIAA chmpionship because he goes to a prep school.

Minnesota’s Brady Berge is top-ranked at 160. Spencer Lee is the top overall wrestler in the pound-for-pound category.

Here are the top 20 wrestlers at 160 pounds:

1
Sr.
Brady Berge
Kass-Man
MN
2
Jr.
Shane Griffith
Bergen Cath.
NJ
3
Sr.
Jake Allar
STMA
MN
4
Sr.
Kaleb Romero
Mechanicsburg
OH
5
Sr.
Max Wohlabaugh
Winter Springs
FL
6
Sr.
Eric Hong
Kiski Prep
PA
7
Sr.
Hunter Bolen
Christiansburg
VA
8
Sr.
Kyle Cochran
Paramus
NJ
9
Sr.
Travis Stefanik
Nazareth
PA
10
Sr.
Layne Van Anrooy
Roseburg
OR
11
Sr.
Mekhi Lewis
Bound Brook
NJ
 
12
 
Jr.
Trent Hidlay
Mifflin County
PA
13
Jr.
Aaron Brooks
Hagerstown
MD
14
So.
Julian Ramirez
Blair
NJ
15
Jr.
Joel Shapiro
WDM Valley
IA
16
Sr.
Luke Troy
ML King
CA
17
Sr.
Bryce Rogers
Lake Highland
FL
18
Sr.
Nick Kiussis
Brunswick
OH
19
Jr.
DJ Shannon
Christian Bros.
MO
20
Sr.
Jaron Chavez
Centennial
ID

Hidlay Places Seventh at Junior Freestyle Nationals

| July 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

Mifflin County’s Trent Hidlay went 6-2 to earn a seventh place finish at the Junior National Freestyle Championships in Fargo, North Dakota on Saturday.

Hidlay cruised to the quarterfinals where he lost to eventual champion Jake Allar of Minnesota by fall. Trent earned a medal spot when he beat Nick Knutson of Minnesota by a 13-2 technical fall. He dropped a tech fall decision to Colton Clingenspeel of Iowa before handing Blake Motrie (Michigan) a 7-1 defeat to earn seventh place.

Hidlay went 2-2 in Greco-Roman and now stands at 68-11 overall this off-season.

Seventh Place

160: Trent Hidlay dec. Blake Motrie, Michigan, 7-1.