Cleveland at Top of Prep Wrestling Poll

22nd Year

Monday, December 2, 2013

It's prep wrestling season again and the first Tennessee High School Wrestling Poll shows D-I state duals and traditional champion Cleveland holding the No.1 spot. Each team has a power ranking which is based mainly on dual matches.

The voters have Father Ryan, Baylor, Wilson Creek and Soddy Daisy rounding out the top 5. Defending D-II champ Christian Brothers is at No.8.

Two good matches this week featuring top 10 teams has the top-ranked Blue Raiders hosting long-time rival No.4 Soddy Daisy, while No.7 Bradley Central hosts No. 6 McCallie. Start time is 7 p.m. for both matches.

Tennessee High School Wrestling Poll:

1. Cleveland - 95

2. Father Ryan - 93

3. Baylor - 77

4. Wilson Central - 71

5. Soddy Daisy - 68

6. McCallie - 59

7. Bradley Central  - 47

8. Christian Brothers - 43

9. Ravenwood - 22

10. (tie) Blackman - 17

10 (tie) MBA -  17

12. Clarksville - 11

 

 

 

  


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