The District of Columbia Wrestling Association has released the final rankings of the 2014-2015 scholastic wrestling season ahead of the annual DC Classic at Gonzaga College HS this Saturday. Defending champion St. John's will look to defend their title for the third straight year.
Four wrestlers from DC high schools are set to compete in the Super 32 championships November 1-2 in Greensboro, NC. Brian Hennessy, Adrian Nelson, Malcolm Robinson, and Luke Davis of St. John's College HS in Northwest DC will compete in the prestigious event which attracts the best high school wrestlers from across the country.
Robinson will be competing at 120 pounds and has singled himself out as a wrestler to watch by winning the Super 32 qualifier in Chambersburg, PA on August 31st over a deep field of wrestlers from 5 states. Robinson won the title by defeating Wyatt Long of Cumberland Valley, PA 3-1 in the final. Robinson also claimed the Outstanding Wrestler award at the event for winning a tough weight class in which 2014 Maryland large school state champ Mike Macklin of Damascus failed to reach the podium.
Robinson's teammate Imran Heard also competed in the August qualifier and reached the semifinals before falling to eventual runner-up Rvi Evanitsky of PA 3-0. Heard lost his next match in the consolation semifinals to just miss out on a podium finish. Still an excellent performance at a tough event.
Full results from the PA Super 32 Qualifier in August can be found below.
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