Layton placed second at the Rumble and lost to Wasatch in the last week. But Terrell is back and the Lancers are in the pole position for the 6A team race.
Millard placed 4th at the Rumble leaving big points at home. The Eagles haven't brought home a title in a few years. They should end that drought.
The Wasps place 3rd at the Rumble, but bounce back on Senior night to beat Layton 38-38 on criteria. February looms, and the Wasps have their work cut out for them.
Payson beat Wasatch and Uintah in a dual. Missing a couple of guys at the Rumble hurt, but it's all about what happens at UVU the third weekend in February.
Which lineup do the Utes field in February? The one that walked through the TOC or the one that placed 5th at the Rumble.
Juab looks poised to continue to dominate the 3A. Can Warner take the first step of four? It would take a big stumble for them to not repeat. Don't count on it.
PG holds solid at 7. How good could they be if they ever got a whole team together? If they are going to do it this year, I hope its the next few weeks.
The Buzz about the Bees is getting louder. Can they finish the season with a trophy? Can they challenge the Wasps?
Delta has been inconsistent this season, but they seem to be putting it all together when it counts. If they can get Broughton back they'll be super tough.
Canyon View has a team that could surprise people. They could put 10 on the podium in 4A. Can Lowry and Co. do the unthinkable?
The Bears want to make the 4A interesting. Big points at big tournaments will help.
The Falcons are solid. they have continually improved on the season. Can they continue to get better and make an impact in February?
Can the Golden Eagles soar into the post season? They put 3 in the finals at the TOC and Morris at the Rumble. They have the potential to have a handful wrestling in the evening on Valentines. Enough to bring home a trophy?
Altamont is hit and miss this year. They perform out of this world and then are underwhelming. Don't count on them to underperform in February though, they never do.
The biggest jump of the week comes from the Bingham Miners. Moss and Wardle have really come into their own and Marco Hererra is only getting better. Add that to a solid lineup top to bottom. Bingham is poised to be a contender in 2020.
Injuries have hobbled the Mustangs this year. They are still dangerous though. Dart will be fun to watch in February. Can Sanders win as a Freshman?
Syracuse has the horses to make some noise next month. Will they finally put get the stars to align and make a run?
You might want to pay attention to a little ol' team from just west of the San Rafael Swell.
Despite losing a bunch of guys to a boundary change and a new school, the Vikings continue to be dominant.
The Tigers are more than just a few boys with the last name Armstrong. Clayton Warr was impressive, Dennet is right on the cusp and at the Rumble they didn't even bring anyone over 170.
The word I would use to describe the Westlake Thunder is Journeyman. They just go to work and you get maximum effort.
Herriman continues to hover right around #20 they have a couple of guys making noise here and there, but have yet to put together that breakout performance.
If you have not watched Nathen Ellis wrestle, you're missing out. He is a pretty dynamic big man. He leads the way for the Redmen.
Blackburn, Morlan, Clayburn, Sanchez, get to know these names.