Final 2010 New York State Individual Power Ranking

The following are the final 2010 New York State power rankings for Division I, II and Unified (Divisions I and II combined). The power ranking is an attempt to rank wrestlers between weight classes and divisions.

Rank 3 starThe following are the final 2010 New York State power rankings for Division I, II and Unified (Divisions I and II combined). The power ranking is an attempt to rank wrestlers between weight classes and divisions. The power ranking is strictly a formula driven ranking. The ranking normalizes all the weight classes by assessing its difficulty to place. The most difficult weight class would have only seniors competing in the weight class. The least difficult weight class would have only 7th graders competing in it. Weight class difficulty adjusts year to year. Accumulated success in the state tournament adds to the power rating. However, most recent performance weighs more heavily than former performance. For example, a first place finish in 2010 would add more points than a first place finish in 2009 provided the weight classes are of equal strength. It’s difficult for a wrestler to rank highly if they’ve only placed once in the state tournament. This is one of many possible ways to assess acomplishment between weight classes and divisions.

Division I Power Ranking

Rank Wrestler Power
1 Angelo Malvestuto 55.77
2 Cody Ruggirello 53.58
3 Stephen Dutton 52.22
4 Andy Rodriguez 52.01
5 Nick Arujau 51.07
6 Andrew Lenzi 50.08
7 Kyle Colling 46.55
8 Justis Flamio 46.24
9 Zeal McGrew 42.28
10 Matt Loew 41.33
11 Giuseppi Lanzi 41.32
12 Anthony Volpe 40.75
13 Casey Lanave 40.56
14 Nick Terdick 39.19
15 Vinnie Dgravio 39.13
16 Billy Coggins 38.18
17 Taylor Laraia 35.71
18 Ryan Tompkins 35.59
19 Grant Greene 34.36
20 Damon McQueen 34.15
21 Bob Dierna 33.53
22 John Belanger 32.78
23 Jimmy Kloc 31.44
24 Enzo Zagari 28.48
25 Steven Rodrigues 28.25

Division II Power Ranking

Rank Wrestler Power
1 Tyler Beckwith 55.97
2 Craig Scott 48.57
3 Nick Wilcox 42.55
4 Nick Gwiazdowski 41.59
5 Bucky Hendrickson 38.51
6 Kyle Crisafulli 38.49
7 Sean Hanson 38.04
8 Quinton Murphy 37.63
9 Owen Scott 37.58
10 Derek Pfluger 37.57
11 Derak Heyman 37.42
12 Jon Glennon 36.75
13 Ryan Darch 35.93
14 Penn Gottfried 31.97
15 Devin Soper 31.72
16 Nick Lalone 30.00
17 Zach Diekel 29.09
18 Dominic Montesanti 28.38
19 Andy Lyman 27.84
20 Noah Sibley 27.43
21 Zak Griffith 26.77
22 Brandon Mills 25.37
23 Jon Casper 24.47
24 Colin Palmer 24.41
25 Brian Walsh 23.95

Unified Power Ranking (DI combined with DII)

Rank Wrestler Power
1 Tyler Beckwith 55.97
2 Angelo Malvestuto 55.77
3 Cody Ruggirello 53.58
4 Stephen Dutton 52.22
5 Andy Rodriguez 52.01
6 Nick Arujau 51.07
7 Andrew Lenzi 50.08
8 Craig Scott 48.57
9 Kyle Colling 46.55
10 Justis Flamio 46.24
11 Nick Wilcox 42.55
12 Zeal McGrew 42.28
13 Nick Gwiazdowski 41.59
14 Matt Loew 41.33
15 Giuseppi Lanzi 41.32
16 Anthony Volpe 40.75
17 Casey Lanave 40.56
18 Nick Terdick 39.19
19 Vinnie Dgravio 39.13
20 Bucky Hendrickson 38.51
21 Kyle Crisafulli 38.49
22 Billy Coggins 38.18
23 Sean Hanson 38.04
24 Quinton Murphy 37.63
25 Owen Scott 37.58

4 thoughts on “Final 2010 New York State Individual Power Ranking”

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  2. submitted a correction. Miscalculated for wrestlers who competed in 2 divisions: Kyle Colling and Grant Greene. It’s corrected now.

  3. I would have to say this ranking is way off. Four months after the state tournament the formula ranks Crisafulli and Hanson over Murphy. Both placed 2nd with a loss to Murphy at the State tournament. Hanson in 2010 was nearly teched in the State final by Murphy and Crisafulli lost to Murphy in 2008. Both deserve high ranking, but to rank them ahead of the wrestler who beat them in the State tournament is flawed to say the least.

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