Hidlay Moves Up in State Rankings; Stewart Debuts

| December 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

After his stellar performance at the King of the Mountain tournament, 113-pound freshman Hayden Hidlay has moved up to no. 5 in the latest Pa Power Wrestling Individual rankings.

Hidlay (13-1) was ranked ninth in the preseason rankings at 113, but after an eye-opening exhibition at KOM, where he defeated state-runner up Korbin Myers of Bermudian Springs, the top-ranked 113-pounder in Class AA, and took Parkland’s Ethan Lizak into overtime in the finals; he was bumped up to fifth.

Lizak is first, followed by Scott Parker of Pennridge, Tanner Shoap of Chambersburg, Zach Fuentes of Norristown, and Hidlay.

Making his debut in the rankings is Noah Stewart, another in a trio of talented freshmen in the Husky fold (the other being Brandon Wilson at 145). Stewart is ranked 25th at 126. The Pa Power Rankings rate the top 25 in each weight class.

Stewart has a solid 11-2 mark to start the season.

Lucas Besch, who was rated 19th at 132 in the preseason, dropped out of the rankings.

Here are the top ranked Class AAA wrestlers at each weight class:

106: Gage Curry, 9th, North Hills
113: Ethan Lizak, 11th, Parkland
120: Sam Krivus, 10th, Hempfield Area
126: Michael Kemmerer, 10th, Franklin Regional
132: Connor Schram, 12th, Canon-McMillan
138: Tyson Dippery, 12th, Central Dauphin
145: Josh Shields, 10th, Franklin Regional
152: Garrett Hammond, 12th, Chambersburg
160: Garrett Peppelman, 11th, Central Dauphin
170: Chance Marsteller, 11th, Kennard-Dale  (Cody Wiercioch of Canon-Mac is second)
182: Brett Harner, 12th, Norristown
195: Matt McCutcheon, 12th, Kiski Area
220: Thomas Haines, 11th, Solanco
285: Shane Kuhn, 11th, Kiski Area

 

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