Archive for September, 2016

Latest Flo Rankings: Hidlay 12th at 160

| September 29, 2016 | 0 Comments

Trent Hidlay is ranked No. 12 in the latest 160-pound rankings released by Flo Wrestling.

The Mifflin County junior is rated third in Pennsylvania behind prep school standout Eric Hong of Kiski Prep, ranked sixth, and Nazareth’s Travis Stefanik (No. 9).

Hidlay defeated Stefanik 4-2 in overtime at the PIAA Dual Meet Championships back in February.

Here is the top 20 rankings at 160 according to Flo:

ASICS FloRankings September 27, 2016
160 Name School State College
1 Sr. Brady Berge Kass-Man MN
2 Jr. Shane Griffith Bergen Catholic NJ
3 Sr. Jake Allar STMA MN Iowa State
4 Sr. Kaleb Romero Mechanicsburg OH
5 Sr. Max Wohlabaugh Winter Springs FL
6 Sr. Eric Hong Kiski Prep PA Penn
7 Sr. Hunter Bolen Christiansburg VA Virginia Tech
8 Sr. Kyle Cochran Paramus NJ Maryland
9 Sr. Travis Stefanik Nazareth PA
10 Sr. Layne Van Anrooy Roseburg OR Michigan
11 Sr. Mekhi Lewis Bound Brook NJ Virginia Tech
12 Jr. Trent Hidlay Mifflin County PA
13 Jr. Aaron Brooks N. Hagerstown MD
14 So. Julian Ramirez Blair NJ
15 Sr. Joel Shapiro WDM Valley IA
16 Sr. Luke Troy ML King CA Iowa
17 Sr. Bryce Rogers Lake Highland FL Brown U.
18 Sr. Nick Kiussis Brunswick OH
19 Jr. DJ Shannon Christian Bros. MO
20 Sr. Jaron Chavez Centennial ID

Hidlay Ranked 21st in Latest Flo Class of 2018 Rankings

| September 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

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 Captures Waterway Duals Title; Hidlay and Myers Go Undefeated

| September 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

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.