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

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

Nick Hodgkins of Wyomissing (PA) was perfect from the Super 32 to the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic and leaves no doubt who the No. 1 wrestler is at 145 lbs.  Hodgkins set the tone for the season as the Champion from the Super 32 Preseason Tournament and took home the gold over James Green, Lex Ozias, Eric Roach, Pete Baldwin & Henry Carlson.  Hodgkins would also claim the Beast of the East Championship, gaining a 4-2 decision over No. 7 Blake Roulo in the finals.  Nick would earn 2 tech falls, a pin and a major enroute to his 2nd State Pennsylvania AA Championship.  He compiled a career record of 164-8, then solidified the No. 1 ranking after beating No. 3 Alex Dieringer 7-2 at the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic.  Nick Hodgkins, currently unsigned to wrestle in college, can expect his choice to make a big impact at the lucky school who signs him.

James Green of Willingsboro (NJ) earned a couple firsts this year despite finishing the season ranked second in the nation.  Green would claim Willingsboro’s first high school state title, which would also be his first.  With an impressive 16-4 win over Nick Alpher (H.M.) in the finals of the state tournament, Green would carry over his confidence to help win the NHSCA Senior National Championship, defeating No. 5 Pete Baldwin 10-5 in the finals.  Finishing with a career record of 146-8, he hopes to continue his success as he heads to The University of Nebraska to wrestle for the Cornhuskers.

Alex Dieringer of Port Washington (WI) had a great high school career, winning 3 Wisconsin Individual State Titles and a 182-4 record.  Finishing this season 48-0, Dieringer dominated the Cheesehead Tournament, picking up 4 pins and 2 major decisions to claim the title. Dieringer has all the motivation in the world to continue to get better and focus on college after losing his No. 1 ranking to Nick Hodgkins at the Dapper Dan, falling 7-2.  Alex heads off to Oklahoma State for college with his sights on accomplishing even bigger goals.

1.  Nick Hodgkins  (12)  —  Wyomissing, PA

2.  James Green  (12)  —  Willingboro, NJ

  • Season Record:  29-0
  • College Choice:  Nebraska
  • State Champion  -  New Jersey  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Senior National Champion  (145)  -  Bracket

3.  Alex Dieringer  (12)  —  Port Washington, WI

  • Season Record:  48-0
  • College Choice:  Oklahoma State
  • State Champion  -  Wisconsin D1  -  Bracket
  • Dapper Dan -  Lost 7-2 to No. 1 Nick Hodgkins

4.  Bo Jordan  (10)  —  St. Paris Graham, OH

  • Season Record:  46-0
  • State Champion  -  Ohio Div. II  -  Bracket

5.  Pete Baldwin  (12)  —  Osceola, FL

  • Season Record:  54-0
  • College Choice:  Old Dominion
  • State Champion  -  Florida AAA  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Senior Nationals Runner-Up (145)  -  Bracket

6.  Edwin Cooper  (12)  —  Providence Catholic, IL

  • Season Record:  38-1
  • College Choice:  Undecided
  • State Champion  -  Illinois 3A  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Senior Nationals 3rd Place (145) -  Bracket

7.  Blake Roulo  (12)  —  Matoaca, VA

  • Season Record:  N/A
  • College Choice:  Buffalo
  • NHSCA Senior National Champion (140)  -  Bracket

8.  Eric Roach  (12)  —  Crown Point, IN

  • Season Record:  42-0
  • College Choice:  Indiana
  • State Champion  -  Indiana  -  Bracket

9.  Brian Brill  (11)  —  Central Mountain, PA

  • Season Record:  44-0
  • State Champion  -  Pennsylvania AAA  -  Bracket

10.  Travis Himmelman  (12)  —  Conifer, CO

  • Season Record:  45-1
  • College Choice:  Northern Colorado
  • State Champion  -  Colorado 4A  -  Bracket
  • NHSCA Senior National Runner-Up  (140)  -  Bracket

11.  Charlie Lynch  (12)  —  Archbishop Spaulding, MD

  • Season Record:  N/A
  • College Choice:  Pennsylvania
  • National Prep Champion -  Bracket

12.  Brody Grothus  (12)  —  Assumption Davenport, IA

  • Season Record:  49-0
  • College Choice:  Undecided
  • State Champion  -  Iowa 2A  -  Bracket

13.  Nick Catalano  (12)  —  Canon-McMillan, PA

  • Season Record:  48-1
  • State Runner-Up  -  Pennsylvania AAA  -  Bracket

14.  Henry Carlson  (12)  —  Frank Cox, VA

  • Season Record:  N/A
  • College Choice:  NC State
  • State Champion  -  Virginia   -  Bracket

15.  Casey George  (12)  —  Lewiston, ID

  • Season Record:  45-0
  • College Choice:  Boise State
  • State Champion  -  Idaho 5A  -  Bracket

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