Alaska Coaches Wrestling Poll announced

  • By Staff Report
  • Tuesday, October 31, 2017 12:40am
  • Sports

With and its wrestling rankings no longer on the internet, Kenai Central head wrestling coach Stan Steffensen has started the Alaska Coaches Wrestling Poll. These are the Division II rankings as of Thursday. There were not enough responses for Division I and girls wrestling, but Steffensen said he wants to include those divisions in the future.

Alaska Coaches Wrestling Poll

Division II

98 pounds — 1. Sylvin Carter, Eielson; 2. Hunter Secor, Bethel; 3. Noah Guim, Houston.

106 — 1. Jarris Allain, Bethel; 2. Jonathan Barratt, Wrangell; 3. Caleb O’Hara, ACS; 4. Jacob Andrew, New Stuyahok; 5. Jonah Comstock, Wrangell; 6. James Paris, Redington.

113 — 1. Thomas Dyment, Bethel; 2. Max Kuznetsov, Vozensenka; 3. Anthony Librado, Barrow; 4. Michael Hatch, Kotzebue; 5. Devin Perez, Eielson; 6. James Paris, Redington.

120 — 1. Blunka Blunka Jr., New Stuyahok; 2. Avery Hoffman, Bethel; 3. Seth Inama, Homer; 4. Caleb Evatt, Nome; 5. Zack Giron, Craig; 6. Joacquin Gumlickpuck, New Stuyahok.

126 — 1. Wayne Newman, Homer; 2. Jason Montes, Delta; 3. Khalil Turner, Hutchison; 4. August Jewell, Cordova; 5. Seth Smith, Bethel; 6. Justin Dye, Dillingham.

132 — 1. Luciano Fasulo, Homer; 2. Collin Brown, Quinahok; 3. Max Black, Bethel; 4. Johnny Dorsey, Glennallen; 5. Vinny Mahoney, Houston; 6. Jay Rick Nobleza, Barrow.

138 — 1. Dia Martishev, Voznesenka; 2. Mose Hayes, Homer; 3. Justin Cox, Nikiski; 4. Jesse Noden, Dillingham; 5. Leon Evan, Mt. Edgecumbe; 6. Sean Dorsey, Glennallen.

145 — 1. Ian Jensen, Wrangell; 2. Ben Cross, Nome; 3. Drew Marker, Craig; 4. Brad Brower, Barrow; 5. Dakota Bulduc, Houston; 6. Aengus Bancroft, Glennallen.

152 — 1. Hayden Lieb, Bethel; 2. Dillon Cheney, Dillingham; 3. Mike Kuentzel, Grace Christian; 4. Rob Waska, Galena; 5. Paul Scott; Glennallen; 6. Hames Heppe, Klawock.

160 — 1. Michael Lucas, Holy Rosary; 2. Kyler Samaung, Sitka; 3. Trevor Hickerson, Kotzebue; 4. Gabe Martin, Grace; 5. Mian Alexie-Leonard, Bethel; 6. Jonas Heppe, Klawock.

170 — 1. Caden Gerlach, Glennallen; 2. Chris Cudaback, Homer; 3. Sven Williams, Bethel; 4. Elliot Merriner, Grace; 5. Wayland Patton, Craig; 6. Justin Ward, Aniak.

182 — 1. Evan Brockman, Grace; 2. Tristen Cook, Homer; 3. Nikit Anufriev, Voznesenka; 4. Omar Powers, Delta; 5. Robert Ritter, Houston; 6. Oliver Severance, Redington.

195 — 1. Levi King, Homer; 2. Kayden Bird, Craig; 3. Kyle Valdez, Bethel; 4. Seth Henning, Unalaska; 5. Justin Gerke, Houston; 6. Jalen Tracey, Barrow.

220 — 1. Sion Tu-ifua, Barrow; 2. Kyle Wells, Homer; 3. Kyler Rumfelt, Redington; 4. Ben Heather, Barrow; 5. Caleb Groshong, Wrangell; 6. Tyler Litke, Nikiski.

285 — 1. Dylan Jackson, Houston; 2. Vak Tu’ifua, Barrow; 3. Ryan Smith, Bethel; 4. Anthony Reeve, King Cove; 5. Haley Osborne, Mt. Edgecumbe; 6. Andrew Wilson, Aniak.

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