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Minimal changes in Class B-C wrestling poll

Posted at 8:35 PM, Dec 19, 2018
and last updated 2019-01-09 22:18:04-05

GLASGOW — Movement was minimal in the latest Class B-C wrestling poll, which was released on Wednesday evening.

All top-ranked wrestlers but one remained No. 1 in the latest weekly poll, as Glasgow’s Colten Fast climbed ahead of Eureka’s Kyle Durden at 126 pounds. Durden fell to No. 3 in the weight class, with Huntley Project’s Clayton Donally now second.

Fast’s Scotties remain second in the Class B team standings behind defending champion Colstrip, which continues to have five No. 1 wrestlers, including four in the final five weight classes. Jackson Currier (145 pounds), Ty Bradley (160 pounds), (Cody Blaede (170 pounds), Nakoda Siegel (182 pounds) and Trey Yates (285 pounds) are all still top-ranked in their respective weight classes.

Circle, which leads the Class C team rankings, and Forsyth each boast two No. 1 wrestlers. Krayle Stormer and Trey Taylor sit atop the poll at 103 and 138 pounds, respectively, for the Wildcats, while the Dogies have Camron Reilly first at 120 pounds and Michael Weber No. 1 at 152.

Shepherd’s Tanner Cook (113 pounds), Eureka’s Nathan Schmidt (132 pounds) and Spencer Jones of Florence (205 pounds) are the other top-ranked wrestlers in the poll.

St. Ignatius climbed one spot to No. 5 in the Class B team polls, while former fifth-ranked squad Cut Bank fell to No. 10. Eureka and Townsend remain third and fourth, respectively, while Poplar made its debut in the team poll at No. 6. Whitehall, Huntley Project, Florence and Cut Bank round out the top 10.

Class C’s top three — Circle, Valier and Chinook — remain unchanged from a week ago.

The complete results of this week’s poll can be found below.

2018-2019 Class B-C wrestling poll (Dec. 12)

Team rankings

Class B

St. Ignatius
Huntley Project
Cut Bank

Class C


Individual rankings

103 pounds — Krayle Stormer (Circle), Oliver Post (Florence), Langdan Smith (Shepherd), Taylor Angle (Plains-Hot Springs), Miguel Ramos (Fairfield), Tyrel Thomas (St. Ignatius).

113 pounds — Tanner Cook (Shepherd), Tugg Taylor (Circle), Trae Thilmony (Thompson Falls), Dawson Powers (Whitehall), Bryson Bartleson (Circle), Jason Frederick (Poplar).

120 pounds — Camron Reilly (Forsyth), Cooper Cook (Shepherd), Riley Richtmyer (Townsend) Walker Murphy (St. Ignatius), Cody St. Clair (Jefferson), Matt Connelly (Valier).

126 pounds — Colten Fast (Glasgow), Clayton Donally (Huntley Project), Kyle Durden (Eureka), Roman Sparks (Thompson Falls), Trenton Walker (Whitehall), Matt Larson (Cut Bank).

132 pounds — Nathan Schmidt (Eureka), Conrad Vanderwall (Plains-Hot Springs), Easton Held (Townsend), Kolter Schipman (Malta), Mike Wilkinson (Whitehall), Wes Buchanan (Alberton-Superior).

138 pounds — Trey Taylor (Circle), Hank Dunn (Eureka), Conner Johnson (Whitehall), Oden Hallock (Glasgow), Josiah Vanderwall (Plains-Hot Springs), Pete Henderson (Choteau).

145 pounds — Jackson Currier (Colstrip), Callen Mears (Malta), Hunter Reum (Poplar), Kaden Zimmerman (Glasgow), Andrew Anderson (Cut Bank), Eli Schrerer (Cascade).

152 pounds — Michael Weber (Forsyth), Dylan Raihl (Columbus), Rylin Burns (Colstrip), Skyler Titsworth (Arlee), Austin Vanek (Cut Bank), Isacc DuMontier (St. Ignatius).

160 pounds — Ty Bradley (Colstrip), Kameron Rauser (Townsend), Wyatt Brusven (Shelby), Avery Meinzen (Florence), Sam Schmidt (Huntley Project), Kameron Powell (Shepherd).

170 pounds — Cody Blaede (Colstrip), Isaiah Alik (St. Ignatius), James Fehr (Eureka), Troy Matt (St. Ignatius), Will Lane (Townsend), Nate Gorham (Shepherd).

182 pounds — Nakoda Siegel (Colstrip), Dylan Nieskens (Glasgow), JR Seewald (Cut Bank), Jacob Berger (Poplar), Justin Denton (Townsend), Dakota Irvine (Thompson Falls).

205 pounds — Spencer Jones (Florence), Andres Lopez (Malta), Brent Monroe (Valier), Jadon Lamb (Townsend), Bryan Ballard (Choteau), Miles Anderson (St. Ignatius).

285 pounds — Trey Yates (Colstrip), Seth Alcorn (Thompson Falls), Trey Pribbernow (Poplar), Reubin Swenson (Chester-Joplin-Inverness), Mayson Phipps (Glasgow), Journey Grimsrud (Huntley Project).