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    2012-13 Wrestling (through Jan. 10, 2012)
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    Poll editor's note: These are dual-meet based rankings. Tournaments for individuals are factored in when the results are considered decisive and significant. Send updates and questions to Glen Irving.

    
    Large schools
     1. Wantagh-8                   12-0
     2. Sachem East-11              16-1
     3. Rocky Point-11              20-0
     4. Islip-11                    16-2
     5. Shenendahowa-2               6-3
     6. East Islip-11               15-2   
     7. Sachem North-11             14-1
     8. Fairport-5                  13-1 
     9. Columbia-2                  18-0
    10. Monroe-Woodbury-9           20-2
    11. Connetquot-11                6-0
    12. Penfield-5                  19-2
    13. Clarence-6                  11-2
    14. MacArthur-8                 14-5
    15. North Rockland-1            22-2
    15. (tie) Baldwinsville-3       17-4
    15. (tie) Spencerport-5         19-2
    
    Small schools
     1. Midlakes-5                  17-0
     2. Peru-7                      20-1
     3. General Brown-3             12-1
     4. Warsaw-5                    20-1
     5. Phoenix-3                    4-0
     6. Locust Valley-8             13-3 
     7. South Jefferson-3            5-0
     8. Lewiston-Porter-6           20-0
     9. Greene-4                     6-0   
    10. Fredonia-6                   6-0   
    11. Newark-5                    23-4
    12. Palmyra-Macedon-5           13-5
    13. Saranac-7                    6-6   
    14. Bayport-Blue Point-11       13-8
    15. Northern Adirondack-7       10-4
    
    Honorable mention
    
      Commack-11, Union-Endicott-4, Pittsford-5, Lancaster-6, Beekmantown-7, 
    Johnson City-4, Brockport-5, Hilton-5, Lockport-6, Kenmore West-6,
    Fulton-3, Amsterdam-2, Valley Central-9,  Falconer-6, Duanesburg-2, 
    Salem-2, Holland Patent-3, Canastota-3, Brentwood-11, Shoreham-Wading
    River-11, Longwood-11, Warwick Valley-9, St. Anthonys-CHSAA, Saratoga-2,
    Queensbury-2, Victor-5, Chenango Forks-4, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake-2, 
    Holley-5, Bath-5, North Rose-Wolcott-5, Central Square-3, Indian 
    River-3, Vestal-4, Unatego-4, Oxford-4, B-G/A-4, Minisink Valley-9.
    
    
    


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