It seems we could use a separate pegged forum post for discussing Open rankings. The results/updates should still appear in the Class X Updates discussions, but sometimes the actual Open rankings are worth discussing directly. The recent post about State Open Heavyweight Rankings is a good example of that and resulted in needed adjustments to the Open rankings for fairness to the athletes and consistency with Class Rankings (though I admit consistency with Class ranks isn't of highest concern). It will also be helpful to the rankers who have a ton of hard-to-compile information to sort through.
Matt Carson from H/K moved out of state, unfortunately.
still no updates ??
Any chance you can update all CLASSES and OPENS with ACTUAL RESULTS?????
When is website going to update all class and open results to reflect actual outomes?
Seniors who placed should be listed on this site untilgraduation and predictions for next year start rolling in.
lmao @ the dads and coaches getting worked up about rankings that about 5 people see
Lucas Coleman of Warde beat Xavier Reid on Wednesday January 15th and needs to be moved up.
Josh N from suffield pinned the 3 at opens (bryce) at bobcat classic
Coleman needs to be moved up
Tyler Sung back at 152. He wrestled last night against Norwalk. https://arena.flowrestling.org/event/e6d9d181-cfb9-e131-f7bf-e243cec75857
I tihnk Prather is a bit small at 120 this year and i'm not sold that he is the same guy he was as a 113 last year. O'dell had a 8-0 major over him this year at eastern states when prather made the cut to 116. Bock and Prather will make his way though a fairly light class M field, but i can't see him getting though deep into the opens this year.
I think you're dead on with that assessment. He's earned it. Both of the freshmen are getting consideration off wins over Prather from Barlow who lost blood round last year in Opens. Not sure how to evaluate those with Prather being out with mono as I hear it.
I tihnk Pina from Danbury should at a minimum be a HM at 120. I tend to lean in favor of a senior from Danbury with no CT losses this year over a freshman from New Fairfield and Killingly. Pina has key wins in beating Liam Knight and Branningan who both won mutltiple matches at Opens last year. The two sitting at HM have only key losses to their names at this time. seems like a easy change to me.
Vecchio beat Guilfoyle at 220 in Simsbury last week
Following up on post from last week:
182 Gilchrist of Norwalk lost by dec on 1/4 to Summers of Warde. Last week, Gilchrist pinned Summers at a dual at Warde. Gilchrist now has wins over Morrell (New Milford), Lozado (Newington), Jones (Danbury), and Summers (Warde) and should probably be ranked in Open at 182.
Probably right there....they were both NE qualifiers last year, finishing 5th in their respective weight classes.
At the Open 132 ranks I fail to see how Coniglio rates a 3 spot just returning. Gotta beat somebody first in my opinion. Lets compare shall we Devin Matthews was in 3rd but now 4th he is undefeated 30-0 every win by Tech or Pin he's won the Pawling Invitational in NY, the Chris Hernandez Memorial Wrestling Tournament in Yonkers NY, the MT. Anthony Tournament in VT and most recently the Portland Tournament in CT. So I fail to see a comparison at this time.
How is james rondini 1 at 132 he beat no one this year
Rumor has it that Najee Powell-Keyton from NL is no longer wrestling. hard to confirm with match results since NL never post results.
182 Not sure what to do with this, but Brendan Gilchrist of Norwalk has victories over Lozada (Dec), Morrell (fall), and Jones of Danbury (MD). What makes it less clear is he has a decision loss to Summers of Warde. Probably worth a ranking or at least an honorable mention. (?)
So Barry Reilly is now 2nd ranked at opens? I know he pinned Tischio and I do not know the details of that match, but Steven Vournazos beat Barry after that win so should he be 2nd?
Barry has lost to Bugatti, Ganino, Strand, Sanchez, Monaco, Cardozo, Martone, and Barnes. That's just what I found on Flo so it could be more than that.