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140 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (2010-2011)

140 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings  (2010-2011)

Jason Tsirtsis of Crown Point (IN) finishes the 2010-2011 season as the top ranked 140-pounder after a perfect 42-0 this high school season.  Majoring his way through the Indiana State Tournament, Tsirtsis has now claimed 3 Indiana State Titles.  Wrestling at 135 lbs at FloNationals this year, Jason was able to earn his 2nd Flo title with a 4-2 victory over a motivated Steve Spearman (H.M. @ 135).  With a career record of 128-2, Tsirtsis has a chance to become one of eight all-time Indiana 4x state champs next season.  With a bright future ahead of him, look for Tsirtsis to be among the top senior recruits next season.

No. 2 Jake Sueflohn of Arrowhead (WI) ends a great high school career, earning his 2nd Wisconsin Division I State Championship, after an 8-0 win over Ryan Lubeck (H.M.) in the finals.  Sueflohn would also capture his 2nd Cheesehead title this season, defeating No. 5 Brandon Kingsley of Apple Valley in a close 7-6 match in the finals.  Sueflohn finishes with a career record of 184-10 and will use his dominating riding style to help with his transition to college, where he’ll wrestle next season for the University of Nebraksa.

No. 3 Evan Henderson had quite the year at Kiski Prep School (PA), finishing the regular season with a National Preps Title after recording 3 falls in less than a minute during the tournament.  This season Henderson would win a tough Walsh Ironman bracket, upsetting then No. 1 Cam Tessari in the finals, 5-3, and taking down No. 6 Nick Brascetta 7-2 in the semi’s.  Henderson’s only loss of the season came in his Beast of the East semi-final match, where Devon Gobbo (H.M.) would get the best of him, Henderson would go on to finish 3rd.  To cap off his successful season, Evan Henderson proved his doubters wrong that his Walsh Ironman title was no fluke, after winning 5-4 over No. 4 Cam Tessari for the second time at the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic.  Henderson heads off to the University of North Carolina next season, where he’ll start his promising college career.

1.  Jason Tsirtsis  (11)  —  Crown Point, IN

  • Season Record:  42-0
  • State Champion  -  Indiana  -  Bracket
  • FloNationals Champion  (135)  -  Bracket

2.  Jake Sueflohn  (12)  —  Arrowhead, WI

  • Season Record:  53-0
  • College Choice:  Nebraska
  • State Champion  -  Wisconsin D1  -  Bracket

3.  Evan Henderson  (12)  —  Kiski Prep, PA

4.  Cam Tessari  (12)  —  Monroeville, OH

5.  Brandon Kingsley  (11)  —  Apple Valley, MN

  • Season Record:  50-2
  • State Champion  -  Minnesota AAA  -  Bracket

6.  Nick Brascetta  (12)  —  St. Paris Graham, OH

  • Season Record:  47-1
  • College Choice:  Virginia Tech
  • State Champion  -  Ohio Div. II  -  Bracket

7.  Terrel Wilbourn  (12)  —  Howell Central, MO

  • Season Record:  28-1
  • College Choice:  Undecided
  • State Champion  -  Missouri Class 4  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Senior National Champion  (135)  -  Bracket

8.  Isaiah Martinez  (10)  —  Lemoore, CA

  • Season Record:  50-0
  • State Champion  -  California  -  Bracket
  • FloNationals Runner-Up  (140)  -  Bracket

9.  Mitch Minotti  (11)  —  Easton, PA

  • Season Record:  44-2
  • State Champion  -  Pennsylvania AAA  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Junior National Champion  (140)  -  Bracket

10.  Luke Frey  (12)  —  Montoursville, PA

  • Season Record:  41-1
  • College Choice:  Penn State
  • State 3rd Place  -  Pennsylvania AA  -  Bracket

11.  Taylor Moeder  (12)  —  St. James Academy, KS

  • Season Record:  49-0
  • College Choice:  Old Dominion
  • State Champion  -  Kansas 4A  -  Bracket

12.  Jacob Crawford  (11)  —  Millbrook, VA

  • Season Record:  53-1
  • State Champion  -  Virginia AA  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Junior National Champion  (145)  -  Bracket

13.  Travis Shaffer  (12)  —  Derry, PA

  • Season Record:  37-4
  • College Choice:  Old Dominion
  • State Champion  -  Pennsylvania AA  -  Bracket
  • Dapper Dan -  Won 7-2 over Hunter Stieber (No. 1 @ 135)

14.  Jake Short  (10)  —  Simley, MN

  • Season Record:  50-3
  • State Champion  -  Minnesota AA  -  Bracket
  • USAW Junior National Champion  (140)  -  Bracket

15.  Luke Smith  (12)  —  Wheeling, IL

  • Season Record:  44-0
  • College Choice:  Undecided
  • State Champion  -  Illinois 3A  -  Bracket

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