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<div readability="76.0927583401">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.

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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

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* -* 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* -* 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