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April 14, 2015
By: Butch Harmon

wrestling top 100


SPORTS:

  1. Brent Metcalf, Davison (2002-2005): Metcalf may be the most successful wrestler of all time in the state. A four-time individual state champion, Metcalf is also a four-time team state champion and is the lone eight-time state champion in Michigan history. He finished his career with a 228-0 record. In college, Metcalf was a three-time NCAA finalist and two-time NCAA champion at the University of Iowa. He finished his NCAA career with a 108-3 record and is one of only three sophomores to win the Dan Hodge Trophy as the best college wrestler. He was also named the Jesse Owens Big 10 Male Athlete of the Year. He is the first American in this decade to make the finals of the Ivan Yarygin Memorial International tournament in Russia twice.  
    2. Kevin Jackson, Lansing Eastern (1982-1985): Jackson was a two-time state champion. After high school, he was a four-time NCAA all-American at Louisiana State University and Iowa State University. He went on to be a two-time gold medalist at the Pan American Games and won a gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. He was the first American to win the Takhti Cup in Iran and he has also won a middleweight title in the UFC.
    3. Andre Metzger, Cedar Springs (1978): Metzger won a state title as a senior and then embarked on one of the most storied careers in wrestling. A four-time NCAA placer at the University of Oklahoma, he was an NCAA champion as a junior and as a senior. Metzger went on to be a seven-time National Freestyle champion and a four-time silver medalist at the World Championships. He has defeated at least six Olympic gold medalists during his career and competed for a spot on the U.S. Greco-Roman team for the 2012 Olympic Games at the age of 52.
    4. Nick Simmons, Williamston (1998-2001): A four-time state champion, Simmons finished his career with a 211-0 record. He twice set the record for single-season pins with 57, and of his 211 wins, 178 came by pin. Simmons went on to become a four-time all-American at Michigan State University and a three-time Big 10 champion. He is second in wins all-time at Michigan State with 138 and first in career falls with 46. He won 18 matches at the NCAA tournament and was a Pan American Games gold medalist.
    5. Greg Johnson, Lansing Everett (1964-1967): Johnson was the original “Magic Johnson” at Lansing Everett. A two-time state champion in high school (1966-67), Johnson went on to Michigan State University, where he became the first Big 10 wrestler to win three NCAA national championships (1970-2). Johnson was also a three-time Big Ten champion and is a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame. He finished his Michigan State career with a 54-5-2 record and the Amateur Wrestling News named Johnson its 118-pound Wrestler of the Decade.
    6. Zeke Jones, Ann Arbor Huron (1982-1985): Jones won a state title as a senior. At Arizona State University, he was an NCAA finalist, a three-time all-American, and a three-time Pac 10 champion. He then became a six-time National Champion and a four-time World Cup Champion. He was a World Champion in 1991 and won a silver medal at the 1992 Olympics. He also won gold medals at the Pan American and the Goodwill games.
    7. Dan Severn, Montrose (1973-1976): Severn was a two-time state champion. At Arizona State University, he was a two-time all-American, and he also won 13 National AAU titles. Severn was a U.S. Olympic Team alternate. As a professional wrestler, he was a two-time World Champion. He had a 101-19-7 record as an MMA fighter and is a member of the UFC Hall of Fame.
    8. Andy Simmons, Williamston (1999-2003): Like his brother Nick, Andy was a four-time state champion. Andy also finished his career with an unbeaten record, going 219-0. He went on to wrestle at Michigan State University, where he was a three-time all-American who won 11 matches at NCAA tournaments. A Big 10 champion, he won 115 career matches with the Spartans.
    9. Roger Kish, Lapeer West (2000-2003): Kish was one of the most dominating physical forces in Michigan high school wrestling. A four-time state champion, he won state titles at 160 and 171 pounds and two titles at 189 pounds. He ended his career with a 252-2 record. Kish went on to wrestle at the University of Minnesota, where he was a two-time NCAA runner-up and a two-time all-American. He was also a two-time Big Ten champion and finished his career with a 117-27 record.  
    10. David Porter, Lansing Sexton (1962-1964): Porter was a three-time state champion, winning the 185-pound title once and the heavyweight title twice. At the University of Michigan, he finished with a 51-3 record for a 94.4% winning percentage, the best in U-M history. He was a two-time NCAA national champion and a three-time all-American with an NCAA tournament record of 13-1.
  2. 11. Mark Churella, Farmington (1972-1975): A state champion in 1975, Churella went on to an illustrious career at the University of Michigan. He was a three-time National Champion and was a four-time all-American who went 132-13 during his college career.
    12. Steve Fraser, Hazel Park (1973-1976): Fraser was a state champion who went on to be a two-time all-American at the University of Michigan. Fraser then became the first American to win a gold medal in Greco-Roman wrestling at the 1984 Olympics. He also won a gold medal at the Pan American Games, was a two-time National Greco-Roman champion, and a U.S. Freestyle champion.
    13. John Fisher, Flint Northern (1981-1984): Fisher went 54-0 as a senior and won the Class A state title at 126 pounds. He then went to the University of Michigan, where he went 183-21 for his career. Fisher is U-M’s all-time leader in wins and was a four-time all-American. He was twice an alternate for the U.S. Olympic team and won a World Cup title.
    14. Casey Cunningham, Fulton (1991-1994): Cunningham won state titles as a junior and as a senior and went on to wrestle at Central Michigan University, where he was a two-time NCAA placer and an NCAA national champion. He was a three-time MAC champion and a two-time MAC Wrestler of the Year. He also won a silver medal at the Pan American Games.     
    15. Jon Reader, Davison (2003-2006): Reader was a seven-time state champion, winning three individual state championships and four team state championships. As a senior, he went 60-0 with 56 pins and ended his career with a 234-6 overall record. He wrestled in college at Iowa State University, where he was a three-time all-American and was a National Champion as a junior with a perfect 39-0 record. A two-time World Team member, Reader finished his college career with a 124-23 record.
    16. Cameron Simaz, Allegan (2004-2007): Simaz was a three-time state champion in high school. He finished his high school career with a 237-6 record. He wrestled in college at Cornell University, where he was an NCAA champion and a four-time all-American. Two times he was Ivy League Wrestler of the Year, and he finished his career with a 145-21 record.
    17. Dave Dean, Montrose (1981-1984): Dean was a two-time state champion in high school. He went on to win a pair of Big 10 championships at the University of Minnesota and also had second- and third-place finishes at the NCAA finals. In 1994, he captured the silver medal at the Greco-Roman Pan American Championships, and he served as an alternate at the 1996 Olympic Games.
    18. Ben Bennett, Rockford (2005-2008): Bennett was a three-time state champion who finished his career with a 213-3 record. He wrestled in college at Central Michigan University, where he was a four-time NCAA placer, a four-time MAC champion, and a one-time MAC Wrestler of the Year. He finished his college career with a 121-24 record.   
    19. Rod Severn, Montrose (1980-1983): Severn was a three-time state champion. He went on to wrestle at Arizona State University, where he was a three-time all-American and helped lead Arizona State to the 1988 National Championship.
    20. Adam Coon, Fowlerville (2010-2013): A four-time state champion, Coon won two state titles at 215 pounds and two at heavyweight. He finished his career with three straight undefeated seasons and a career record of 212-3. He currently wrestles at the University of Michigan, where he was 32-5 and an NCAA qualifier last year and is 23-3 so far this season.
    21. Joe Pantaleo, Roseville (1982-1985): A two-time state champion, Pantaleo went a perfect 86-0 his final two years of high school. He went on to become a two-time all-American at the University of Michigan and a two-time national finalist. Pantaleo went 134-32-1 during his career at U-M and was a Junior World Champion and a two-time U.S. Olympic team alternate.
    22. Gabe Dean, Lowell (2009-2013): Dean was an undefeated state champion with a 40-0 record his junior year and was a state-runner-up his senior year. He is currently a sophomore at Cornell University, where he went 40-3 last year and finished third at the NCAA finals. His only two losses were to the top two wrestlers in his weight class, including a loss to two-time National Champion Ed Ruth, whom he defeated at the Southern Scuffle. Dean has started the current season with a 30-2 record.
    23. Taylor Massa, St. Johns (2008-2012): A four-time individual state champion, Massa went a perfect 221-0 during his career. He also helped to lead St. Johns to three team state championships. Massa is currently a junior at the University of Michigan, where he has a career record of 67-15.
    24. Justin Zeerip, Hesperia (2004-2007): Zeerip holds the career record for wins in the state with 260. A four-time state champion, he also totaled a state-record 203 career pins. He finished his career with a 260-0 record. Zeerip went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan, where he had a career mark of 100-68.
    25. Zac Hall, St. Johns (2011-2014): A four-time individual state champion, Hall just missed being a four-time team state champion, as his Redwings missed a state championship his senior season on criteria. Hall went 100-0 his last two years and had a career record of 198-2.  
    26. Roger Wildmo, Durand (2008-2011): A three-time state champion, Wildmo went 56-1 as a freshman state champion. He went 56-1 as a sophomore, with his lone loss coming in the state finals and went 59-0 as both a junior and as a senior to finish with a career record of 230-2.
    27. Jordan Thomas, Greenville (2009-2012): A three-time state champion, Thomas was a state runner-up as a freshman. He was 109-0 his final two seasons of high school wrestling and finished his career with a 219-3 overall record.
    28. Trevor Stewart, Detroit Catholic Central (2002-2005): Stewart was a three-time individual state champion who finished his career with a 200-4 overall record, 152-2 his final three years of high school. He earned all-American honors as a senior and went on to wrestle at Central Michigan University.
    29. Mark Weber, Goodrich (2005-2008): A four-time individual state champion, Weber also helped lead Goodrich to the 2008 Division 3 state team title. He finished his career with a 224-7 record. He went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan.
    30. Kyle Waldo, Rockford (2006-2009): A four-time state champion, Waldo also helped Rockford win a pair of team state titles, making him a six-time state champion. He finished his career with a 167-5 record, with just three of the losses coming to in-state wrestlers. Waldo wrestled in college for both the University of Nebraska and Central Michigan University.
    31. Mike Mills, Mt. Pleasant (1976-1979): Mills was the first four-time individual state champion in Michigan high school history. He helped Mt. Pleasant win state titles as a freshman and as a senior and went on to wrestle at the University of Notre Dame before a shoulder injury ended his career.
    32. Ryan Churella, Novi (1998-2001): Churella was a state champion as a senior and a state runner-up as a junior. He completed his high school career with a 195-18 record. He went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan, where he became a three-time all-American. Ryan compiled a 117-18 record for his college career.    
    33. Travis Piccard, Allendale (1999-2002): Piccard was a three-time state champion who was undefeated as a junior and as a senior, and who finished his high school career with a 202-3 record. He won 117 matches in college at The Citadel, where he was a Southern Scuffle champion and a Southern Conference champion.
    34. Josh Churella, Novi (1999-2003): Churella was a three-time state champion. He went on to post a 124-21 record at the University of Michigan and was a three-time all-American.
    35. Jeremiah Tobias, Manchester (1997-2000): A four-time state champion, Tobias won titles at 125, 130, 135, and 145 pounds. He went on to wrestle for the University of Michigan, where he has the U-M record for career falls with 57.
    36. Pat Boyd, Grand Rapids West Catholic, Mt. Pleasant (1982-1985): Boyd placed third in the state his freshman year and won championships each of the next three years. He finished his career with a 161-1 record. Boyd went on to wrestle at the University of Notre Dame, where he posted a fifth-place finish at the NCAA tounament and won over 100 college matches.  
    37. Matthew Brady, Kearsley (1988-1991): Brady was a high school all-American as a senior when he went a perfect 73-0 enroute to winning his second consecutive state title. The 73 wins is the all-time Michigan high school record for wins in a season. Brady finished his career with a 217 wins.
    38. Joe Warren, East Kentwood (1992-1995): The takedown king, Warren was a state champion as a senior. He has the fourth most takedowns in Michigan high school history, 784, and the second-best mark for a season with 487. Warren was an all-American at the University of Michigan, where he went 104-33 for his career. He is also a two-time Greco-Roman World Champion.   
    39. Ben Whitford, St. Johns (2012-2013): Whitford wrestled his junior and senior years at St. Johns, where he was a two-time undefeated state champion. Of his eight matches at the state finals, he won three by fall, three by technical fall, and one by default. One was won by decision against another unbeaten wrestler. Prior to coming to St. Johns, he won two Illinois state titles. After high school, he won the Junior Nationals.  
    40. Dan Yates, Hesperia (2006-2009): A three-time state champion in Division 4, Yates finished his high school career with a record of 248-9. Yates went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan, where he finished his career with a record of 112-47.
    41. A.J. Grant, Clarkston (1995-1999): A two-time state champion, Grant finished his high school career with a record of 194-9. He went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan, where he was a two-time all-American who finished his college career with a 116-58 record.
    42. Tim Lambert, Forest Hills Eastern (2009-2012): A four-time state placer, Lambert won a state title as a senior. He finished his high school career with a 236-5 record and was a perfect 58-0 as a senior. Lambert was 24-13 as a freshman at the University of Nebraska and was an NCAA qualifier.
    43. Paul Donahoe, Davison (2001-2004): Donahoe was a three-time state finalist and a two-time state champion during high school. After that, he went on to wrestle at the University of Nebraska, where he was a three-time all-American and won an NCAA National Championship.
    44.  Chase Metcalf, Davison (1999-2002): Chase won state titles as a junior and as a senior and placed third at the state meet as a freshman and as a sophomore. He finished his high school career with 223 wins and wrestled in college at the University of Michigan.
    45. Roy Hall, Davison (1985-1988): Before beginning a legendary coaching career, Hall was a high school standout who finished fourth at the state meet as a freshman and sophomore before winning state titles as a junior and as a senior. He totaled 167 wins during his career and wrestled in college at Michigan State University.
    46. Michael Murdoch, Montrose (1983-1986): Murdoch was a four-time state champion who won two state titles at 145 pounds and one each at 119 and 132. He won 209 matches during his career.
    47. Tyler Keselring, Greenville (2006-2010): Keselring was a three-time state champion and also helped the Yellowjackets win a team state title. For his career, he went 192-12. He wrestled in college at Central Michigan University, where he had over 50 career wins.
    48. Mike Amine, Lincoln (1981-1984): Amine was a state champion who went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan, where he finished second at the NCAA finals in 1988. He was a three-time Big 10 placer and finished his college career with a 104-58-4 record. He was an alternate for the 1992 Olympic Games in Greco-Roman wrestling.
    49. Derek Moscovic, Brother Rice (1988-1991): Moscovic was a three-time state champion. He went on to wrestle at the University of Indiana, where he was a four-year letterman and a two-time NCAA qualifier.  
    50.  Pat DeGain, Clarkston (1995-1999): DeGain was a two-time state champion. He wrestled in college at the University of Indiana, where he was a two-time NCAA qualifier and finished third as a senior. DeGain is fifth all-time in wins at Indiana with 115.
    51. Freddie Rodriguez, Holt/Grand Ledge (2008-2011): Rodriguez was a three-time state champion in high school. He was also a six-time Michigan Freestyle and Michigan Greco-Roman state champion and won numerous national championships. Originally a Michigan State University recruit, Rodriguez is currently at Iowa Lakes Junior College, where he was an NJCAA all-American last season.
    52. Pat Karslake, Okemos (1964-1966): Karslake was a three-time state champion and helped lead Okemos to a pair of team state titles in 1965 and 1966. Karslake went on to wrestle at Michigan State University and placed third at the NCAA tournament in 1970 and also won a Midlands Wrestling Championship title.
    53. Tom Minkel, Williamston (1967): Well known as Michigan State University’s head wrestling coach, Minkel was a successful wrestler in his own right. A state champion in 1967, he was a three-time college all-American and two-time NCAA placer for Central Michigan University. A two-time MAC champion, Minkel was 73-13-1 during his college career.
    54. Fred Boss, Addison (1971-1974): Boss was a two-time state champion. After high school, he wrestled at Central Michigan University, where he was a two-time MAC champion and two-time NCAA placer. Boss finished his college career with an 80-20-2 record.
    55. Ryan Cunningham, Fulton (1993-1996): Cunningham was a state champion as a junior and as a senior. He finished his high school career with a 200-3 record. After high school, he wrestled at Central Michigan University, where was a two-time NCAA placer. Cunningham was also a MAC champion and MAC Wrestler of the Year.
    56. Dave Severn, Montrose (1972-1975): A state runner-up as a junior, Severn won a state title as a senior. He went on to wrestle at Arizona State University, where he was a two-time NCAA all-American and three-time conference champion. Severn recorded a college record of 117-27 and had a 37-match winning streak.
    57. Anthony Biondo, Clinton Township/Chippewa Valley (2003-2006): Biondo was a three-time state champion and placed third his junior season. He finished his high school career with a 207-9 career record and 120 falls. He was also a freestyle and Greco-Roman all-American. Biondo wrestled in college at the University of Michigan, where he won 105 career matches and was a two-time Big 10 placer and a three-time NCAA qualifier.
    58. Robert Mariucci, Iron Mountain (1981-1984): Mariucci was a four-time state champion. He finished his career with a 147-16-1 record and was named a high school all-American. He also won a National Junior Olympic Freestyle title in 1982.
    59. Scott Simmons, Williamston (1977-1980): Before Andy and Nick Simmons  wrestled at Williamston, there was Scott. A three-time state finalist, Scott Simmons placed second in the state as a sophomore in 1978 and won state titles in 1979 and 1980. Like his sons, Scott wrestled in college at Michigan State University.
    60. Brandon Chesher, Adrian (1993-1996): A four-time state champion, Chesher won state titles at 112, 125, 134, and 145 pounds.
    61. Tim Ebenhoeh, Jr., New Lothrop (2001-2004): Ebenhoeh was part of two team state title teams for New Lothrop and also won three individual state championships. He totaled 238 wins for his career and was 183-2 his final three years of high school. Ebenhoeh then wrestled at Central Michigan University.
    62. Wynn Michalak, Caro (2000-2003): Michalak was a two-time state champion who finished his career with a 232-8 record. He was 63-0 as a senior. Michalak went on to wrestle at Central Michigan University, where he was a four-time MAC champion and three time MAC Wrestler of the Year. He was a three-time NCAA placer and finished his college career with a 128-24 record.
    63. Matt Brink, Fruitport (1993-1997): Brink was a three-time heavyweight state champion. He went on to wrestle at the University of Michigan, where he totaled 106 career wins and was a two-time NCAA placer.
    64. Ryan Gritter, Grandville (2001-2003): Gritter was a three-time Division 1 heavyweight champion. He went on to wrestle at Central Michigan University, where he was a two-time MAC champion and a two-time NCAA placer.
    65. Joe Ray Barry, Mason (1996-1999): Barry was a three-time state champion for Mason. He was undefeated as a sophomore and junior and had a 123-match winning streak. He finished his high school career with a 142-7 record and then was a four-year letterman at Central Michigan University.
    66. Randy Kovicak, New Lothrop (1989-1983): After placing third as a freshman, Kovicak went on to win state titles his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. Kovicak finished his career with 215 wins.
    67.  Kevin Vogel, Bedford (1984-1987): A two-time state champion in high school, Vogel went on to wrestle at Central Michigan University, where he was a three-time MAC champion.  He was twice named the MAC Outstanding Wrestler and finished his career with a 131-34-1 record. In Greco-Roman wrestling, he was a World Cup champion, a University National champion, and a U.S. Olympic Festival champion.
    68. Joe Mendez, Lowell (2002-2005): A four-time state champion, Mendez also helped Lowell win a pair of team state championships. He ended his career with a 211-11 record.
    69. Collin Zeerip, Hesperia (2007-2010): Zeerip was a three-time state champion who turned in an overall record of 238-13 during his career. He also helped Hesperia to a team state title. Zeerip wrestled at the University of Michigan for three years and was a Big Ten placer. He is currently at Eastern Michigan University.
    70. Paul Lyon, Shephard/Ithaca (1999-2003): Lyon was a three-time state champion. He won a title at Shephard as a sophomore and was an undefeated state champion as a junor and senior at Ithaca. He was also a JHSCA all-American and wrestled at Central Michigan University and at Cerritos Junior College, where he was runner-up at the JUCO nationals.
    71. Shayne Wireman, Holt (2009-2013): Wireman was a two-time state champion and a three-time Disney All-American. Wireman finished his high school career with a 198-8 record. He is currently wrestling at Eastern Michigan University and won 19 matches as a freshman.
    72. Josh Cross, Montrose (2000-2004): Cross was a three-time state champion who also helped Montrose win a team state title. He finished his high school career with a 235-17 record, with 157 career falls. He went on to wrestle in college at Michigan State University.
    73. John Hartupee, Mt. Pleasant (1973-1976): Hartupee was a three-time state champion. He went on to win 96 matches at Central Michigan University, where he was a two-time MAC champion and placed second at the NCAA tournament. He was also an AAU Greco-Roman National Champion.
    74. Mike Lewis, Addison (1987-1990): Lewis was a five-time state champion who won three individual state championships and won 60 matches his junior year. For his career, he won 163 matches, 102 by fall. He also helped Addison to back-to-back team state championships.
    75. Stan Marshall, LakeVille (1994-1997): After taking third at state as a freshman, Marshall went on to win three consecutive state titles. He finished his career with 200 wins.
    76. John Rizqallah, Allegan (2006-2010): Rizqallah went a perfect 65-0 as a senior after taking second in the state as a junior. He finished his high school career with a record of 230-28. He is currently a senior at Michigan State University, where he won 45 matches and qualified for the NCAA tournament as a sophomore and as a junior.
    77. Curtis Roddy, Montrose (2000-2004): Roddy was a three-time state champion. He compiled a high school record of 231-15, with 149 career falls. He went on to wrestle at Cornell University.
    78. Drew Garcia, Detroit Catholic Central (2011-2014): Garcia was the first Catholic Central wrestler to be a three-time individual and a three-time team state champion. Garcia was state runner-up as a freshman before winning the three consecutive individual state titles. He finished his career with a 188-12 record and is currently wrestling at Cornell University.  
    79. Ryan Nieman, Bullock Creek (2007-1010): Nieman was a three-time state champion who finished his high school career with a 231-6 overall record. He had a 177-match winning streak and went on to wrestle at the University of Indiana.
    80. Adam Cunningham, Whittemore-Prescott (1999-2002): Cunningham was a four-time state placer and  a three-time state champion. He went 114-2 his last two years of high school and finished his career with a 232-6 overall record.
    81. Kyler Ellsworth, Goodrich (2005-2009): Ellsworth was a two-time state champion, who went 134-1 his junior and senior seasons. He finished his career with a 232-31 record and went on to play football at Michigan State University.
    82. James Sinadinos, Lansing Eastern (1950-1952): Sinadinos was an undefeated state champion as a senior in high school. He went on to wrestle at Michigan State University, where he won a National Championship in 1956. Sinadinos also was a two-time AAU National champion.
    83. Casey Steffen, Flat Rock (1999-2003): Steffen was one of the best ever out of Monroe County, as he was a three-time state champion who went 172-1 his final three years of high school. He totaled over 700 career takedowns and 181 career falls and finished his career with a 230-3 record.
    84. Joe Zolnai, Holt (1999-2002): Zolnai was a three-time state champion who finished his career with a record of 143-13.
    85. Feliz Perez, Lakeview (1972-1975): Perez was a three-time state champion who earned all-American honors as a senior.
    86. B.J. Suitor, Swan Valley (2006-2009): Suitor was a three-time state champion who also earned all-American honors. He finished his high school career with a 224-5 career record and went on to wrestle in college at Boston University.
    87. Taylor Simaz, Allegan (2009-2012): Simaz was a two-time state champion in high school and finished his career with a 241-17 record. Simaz is currently wrestling at Cornell University, where he won 15 matches as a freshman.
    88. Gary Silva, Montrose (1978-1981): Silva was a three-time state champion who went 49-0 his senior year, when he earned all-American honors. He won 187 matches during his career, including 104 consecutive wins in which he was not taken down a single time.
    89. Dan Osterman, Carson City-Crystal/St. Johns (2010-2014): Osterman was a three-time state champion who won two titles at Carson City and one at St. Johns and who placed second at state as a sophomore. For his high school career, he went 197-8, with only one loss his junior and senior seasons. At Michigan State University, he won over 20 matches all four seasons and was a three-time NCAA qualifier, finishing his career with 92 wins
    90.  Ken Bade, Detroit Catholic Central (2010-2013): Bade was a six-time state champion for the Shamrocks. After placing third at state as a freshman, he won state titles his next three seasons and also helped Catholic Central win three team state titles. Bade went on to wrestle at the University of Pennsylvania. He went on to wrestle at the University of Pennsylvania.
    91. Jacob Burge, Mason (2005-2008): Burge was a two-time state champion who placed third at state his other two years of high school. He finished his high school career with a 211-10 overall record and wrestled in college at North Carolina State University.
    92. Alec Mooradian, Detroit Catholic Central (2008-2011): Mooradian was a three-time state champion who finished his career with a 212-4 record. He was also a Cadet and Junior All-American in freestyle and went on to wrestle in college at Columbia University.
    93. Conor Youtsey, Mason (2008-2011): A three-time state champion, Youtsey went 45-0 as both a freshman and as a junior. He was third at state as a freshman and finished with a career record of 203-2. He currently wrestles for the University of Michigan and has over 40 collegiate wins.
    94. Jackson Morse, Lowell (2007-2010): Morse won three state championships after finishing second in the state as a freshman. Morse is currently a senior at the University of Illinois, where he has over 70 career wins and is a three-time Big 10 placer and two-time NCAA qualifier.  
    95. Sam Amine, Detroit Catholic Central (1983-1986): Amine was a two-time state champion and a three-time state finalist. In college at the University of Michigan he was two-time All-Big 10 and a two-time NCAA qualifier. He was also an alternate on the 1992 U.S. Olympic team in Greco-Roman wrestling.
    96. Jacob Schmitt, St. Johns (2009-2013): Schmitt won individual state titles as a freshman, junior, and senior and was a state runner-up as a sophomore. He was also a four-time team state champion. He was a five-time Fargo All-American and is currently wrestling at Northwestern University.
    97. Tim Balzeski, Comstock Park (1980-1983): After winning a state title as a freshman, Balzeski just missed a state title as a sohomore when he dropped a 2-1 decision to then senior Gary Silva of Montrose. Balzeski then went on to win state titles as a junior and senior.
    98. Allen Krupp, New Lothrop (2006-2009): After placing third as a freshman, Krupp went on to win state titles his sophomore, junior and senior seasons. Krupp finished his career with 208 wins.
    99. Devan Marry, Hudson (2009-2012): Marry was a three-time individual state champion who placed third at the state meet as a junior. He also helped lead Hudson to four team state titles, and he finished his career with a 229-19 overall record. He is currently wrestling at Eastern Michigan University.
    100. Lanny Green, Napoleon (1985-1988): Green won a state title in 1988. After high school, he went to the University of Michigan, where he was a two-time all-American who finished his career with a 120-47 record.
    Honorable Mention
    Jeff Amhut, Father Gabriel Richard (1979-81); Malik Amine, Detroit Catholic Central (2011-2014); Kirk Arndt, Shepherd (1974-1977); Tim Balzeski, Comstock Park (1980-83); Lawrence Bates, Lansing Eastern (1953-55); Cosell Beavers, Dundee (2001-2004); Luke Bell, Decatur (2009-2012); Jason Bingaman, Mendon (1987-1990); Scott Bitely, Sparta (1988-1991); Jason Borelli, Mt. Pleasant (1997-2000); Conrad Bovee, Ithaca (2005-2008); Travis Brenner, Martin (1998-2001); Denny Brighton, Bedford (1971-1974); Lance Byers, Montrose (1999-2003); Ray Champion, Negaunee (1985-87); Matt Clark, Grass Lake (1985-1989); Paul Coats, Eaton Rapids (1982-1985); Cliff Confer, New Lothrop (1984-1986); Zach Cooper, Whitehall/Chippewa Hills (2010-2013); Todd Curry, Martin (1987-1989); Matt Cluff, Lakeshore (1984-1987); Jason Cluff, Lakeshore (1985-88); Kevin Darling, Negaunee (1986-1989); Marcel DuBose, Highland Park/Oak Park (2005-2008); Craig Eifert, Mason (2006-2009); Gregory Elie, Escanaba (1980-1983); Dave Felger, West Iron County (1996-2000); Jessee Formolo, Iron Mountain (1983-1985); Lee Formolo, Iron Mountain (1987-1990); Lester France, Flat Rock (2004-2007); Ryan Froese, Tri-County (2000-2003); John Fulger, Montrose (2006-2006); Tony Greathouse, Mason (1999-2002); Fred Gutierrez, Madison (1967-1970); Mitch Hancock, Detroit Catholic Central (1997-2000); Mark Harris, Lakeview (2003-2006); Toby Heaton, Detroit Catholic Central (1985-1988); L.J. Helbig, Mason (2005-2008); Chris Henderson, Lansing Sexton (1986-1989); Gyhandi Hill, Flint Northern (1991-1995); Brian Hittle, Durand (2004-2008); Jason Holmes, Millington (1993-1996); John Homa, Menominee (1991-1994); Gabe Hutchison, Buchanan (2009-2013); Kamron Jackson, South Haven (2004-2008); Justin Jacobs, Pine River (2001-2004); Phil Judge, Eaton Rapids (1988-1991); James Kish, Lapeer West (1998-2001); Duane Knieper, New Lothrop (1986-1988); Jamie Kovicak, New Lothrop (1985-1988); Tony Kovicak, New Lothrop (1992-1995); Allen Krupp, New Lothrop (2006-2009); Dave Lambert, Grass Lake (1984-86); Andy Latora, Portage Northern (1979-1982); Tony Latora, Portage Northern (1982-1985); Larry Luft, Gladstone (1984-1987); Logan Marcicki, Detroit Catholic Central (2008-2011); Mike Martin, Detroit Catholic Central (2006-2008); Rick Mena, Martin (1997-2000); Joseph McGuigan, Escanaba (1991-1994); Dave Mills, Mount Pleasant (1976-1980); Nemir Nadhir, Detroit Catholic Central (1975-1978); Kyle O’Neill, Gaylord (2002-2005); Phil Niklowicz, Caro (1987-2000); Joe Ostman, St. Ignace (2010-2013); Greg Paiz, Grandville (1986-1989); Zach Perrin, Corunna (2003-2006); Trevor Perry, Davison (2002-2005); Chris Pierce, Martin (1985-1988); Zemaior Pittman, Carman-Ainsworth (1998-2001); Scott Pushman, Fenton (1997-2000); Zac Pyles, LakeVille (1995-1999); Larry Raether, Iron Mountain (1984-1987); James Richardson, Eaton Rapids (1984-1987); Dave Rodriguez, Detroit Catholic Central (1972-1975); Mitch Rogaliner, Bedford (2008-2012); Casey Rogowski, Detroit Catholic Central (1996-1999); Mark Rusz, St. Charles (1995-1998); Charlie Sageman, Bridgeport (1995-1998); Tom Schneider, Addison (2004-2007); Brent Serbus, New Lothrop (1885-1987); Austin Severn, New Lothrop (2009-2012); Eric Simaz, Allegan (2002-2005); Kyle Simaz, Allegan (2010-2014); Nick Smith, Ida (2007-2010); Jeffrey Steele, Plainwell (2003-2007); Scott Stevens, Davison (1978-1981); Matt Strickler, Pontiac Catholic (1981-83); Erich Smith, Westwood (2004-2007); Joel Smith, Bethesda Christian (1982-84); Lawrence Sykora, Michigan School for the Blind (1961-63); Louis Tibai, Bedford (1989-1992); Dan Thompson, Tri-County (1999-2002); Ryan Tripp, Goodrich (1998-2001); Jerry Umin, St. Mary Catholic Central (1980-1983); Joe Urso, Detroit Catholic Central (1981-1984); Cole Weaver, Hudson (2011-2014); Josh Wendling, New Lothrop (2011-2014); Pat Whitcomb, Grandville (1981-1984); Stanley Wray, Michigan School for the Blind (1968-71); Brandon Zeerip, Hesperia (2006-2009)