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High school wrestling: Super Rankings

By Brian Preece

For the Deseret News

Published: Tuesday, Feb. 12 2013 11:25 p.m. MST

Maple Mountains Kimball Bastian works to push Layton's Colton Marshall away as they compete in the 2012 Utah Amateur Wrestling Foundation all-star classic Tuesday, Jan. 8, 2013 at Utah Valley University.

Scott G Winterton, Deseret News

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Prep wrestling guru Brian E. Preece and mettlewrestling.com offers super rankings for wrestlers as of Feb. 10.

106 pounds:

1. Chandler Strand (Herriman) 2. Ben Anderson (Pleasant Grove) 3. Brock George (Syracuse) 4. Jayden Pentz (Morgan) 5. Taylor Porath (Viewmont) 6. James Wright (Spanish Fork) 7. Josh Jensen (Payson) 8. Braxton Ocana (Layton)

113 pounds:

1. Taylor LaMont (Maple Mountain) 2. Kyson Levin (Pleasant Grove) 3. Jaron Jensen (Herriman) 4. Jose Garcia (Delta) 5. Matt Lee (South Summit) 6. Cobe Berrett (Canyon View) 7. Trevor Lowe (Mountain Crest) 8. Nickolas Bingham (Bear River)

120 pounds:

1. Britain Carter (Maple Mountain) 2. Bracken Lovell (Delta) 3. Riley Loveless (Payson) 4. Jaydon Rogers (Fremont) 5. Andrew Astle (Layton) 6. Tanner Luke (Viewmont) 7. Kedric Coonis (Uintah) 8. Seth Rich (Syracuse)

126 pounds:

1. Dusty Hone (Cedar) 2. Matt Findlay (Alta) 3. Robby Miner (Wasatch) 4. Brady Dart (Mountain Crest) 5. Victor Almanza (Delta) 6. Dominic Kunder (Bear River) 7. Antonio Meikel (Kearns) 8. Trent Kelly (Maple Mountain)

132 pounds:

1. Branson Ashworth (Spanish Fork) 2. Shand Hardy (Box Elder) 3. Johnny O'hearon (Maple Mountain) 4. Rayden Lindley (Mountain Crest) 5. Beau Blackham (Uintah) 6. Zach Colangelo (West) 7. Bronson Young (Pleasant Grove) 8. Garrett Sweat (Wasatch)

138 pounds:

1. Jed Mellen (Payson) 2. Landon Knutzen (Maple Mountain) 3. Zane Rich (Syracuse) 4. Jared Ewart (Delta) 5. Colton Havens (Uintah) 6. Josh Anderson (Pleasant Grove) 7. Teagan Hubbard (Box Elder) 8. Jed Diederich (Cottonwood)

145 pounds:

1. Jacob Armstrong (Salem Hills) 2. Ken Astle (Layton) 3. Dalton Harmon (Juab) 4. Bridger Cutler (Pleasant Grove) 5. Jesse Carlisle (Maple Mountain) 6. Jordan Wengreen (Mountain Crest) 7. McKay Parrish (Box Elder) 8. Brooks Robinson (Maple Mountain)

152 pounds:

1. Grant LaMont (Maple Mountain) 2. Kayden Lindley (Mountain Crest) 3. Matt Williams (Box Elder) 4. Teague Vigil (Syracuse) 4. Spencer Heywood (Wasatch) 5. Zach Prince (Hurricane) 7. Anthony Gibson (Beaver) 8. Kenner French (Herriman)

160 pounds:

1. Rasten Yeates (Box Elder) 2. Kimball Bastian (Maple Mountain) 3. Colton Marshall (Layton) 4. Kaden Campbell (Union) 5. Kaelen Loveless (Payson) 6. Weston Taylor (Maple Mountain) 7. Hunter Riggs (Weber) 8. Ivan Herrera (Stansbury)

170 pounds:

1. Nick Sorenson (Box Elder) 2. Kyle Foy (Altamont) 3. Steven Welsh (Union) 4. Kieffer Taylor (Maple Mountain) 5. DonE Fullmer (Millard) 6. Seth Manning (Tooele) 7. Travis Gilman (Beaver) 8. Zach Huntsman (Weber)

182 pounds:

1. Jake Tolman (Box Elder) 2. Taylon Niederhauser (Mountain Crest) 3. Zach Coffman (Tooele) 4. Josh Searle (Maple Mountain) 5. Clay Moss (Jordan) 6. Devon Childress (Weber) 7. Taylor Fallentine (Cyprus) 8. Landon Brown (Layton)

195 pounds:

1. Jon Wixom (Maple Mountain) 2. Breckin Gunter (Box Elder) 3. Cameron Williamson (Cedar) 4. Devan Judd (Payson) 5. Dylan Mathis (Bonneville) 6. Colton Grossaint (Kearns) 7. Tate Calvert (Fremont) 8. Alex Martin (Delta)

220 pounds:

1. Roy Nash (Taylorsville) 2. Brandon Dennison (Pleasant Grove) 3. Joe Flores (Box Elder) 4. Micah Ngatuvai (Mountain View) 5. Jeremy Aleman (Millard) 6. Jake VanValkenburg (Fremont) 7. Austin Taylor (Pleasant Grove) 8. Aspen Naylor (Syracuse)

285 pounds:

1. Zach Dawe (Pleasant Grove) 2. Jacoby Wildman (Logan) 3. Cole Mair (Uintah) 4. Oaks Morley (ALA) 4. Andrew Zollinger (Orem) 5. Kohler Smoot (Box Elder) 6. Cassidy Smith (Altamont) 8. Brackin Stringham (Lehi)

Brian E. Preece is the former head wrestling coach of Provo High School and was 2005-06 NWCA Coach of the Year for Utah. He currently is a freelance sports writer who has been published by the Deseret News, Daily Herald and Coaches Quarterly.

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