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2014-15 Wrestling (though Dec. 28)
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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 (Division I)

 1.  Minisink Valley-9	
 2.  Monroe-Woodbury-9	
 3.  John Glenn-11	
 4.  Wantaugh-8	
 5.  Fairport-5	
 6.  Sachem East-11	
 7.  Hauppauge-11	
 8.  Rocky Point-11	
 9.  Shenendahowa-2	
10.  Connetquot-11	
11.  Columbia-2	
12.  Hilton-5	
13.  Patchogue-Medford-11	
14.  Brentwood-11	
15.  Fulton-3	
16.  Lockport-6	
17.  Miller Place-11	
18.  Brockport-5	
19.  Victor-5	
20.  Massapequa-8	
20.  Newark Valley-4	
20.  Union Endicott-4	
20.  Suffern-1	

Small schools (Division II)

 1.  Mattituck-11	
 2.  Warsaw-5	
 3.  Locust Valley-8	
 4.  Mexico-3	
 5.  Adirondack-3	
 6.  Peru-7	
 7.  Norwich-4	
 8.  Island Trees-8	
 9.  Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton-Harpursville-4	
10.  Cold Spring Harbor-8	
11.  Central Valley-3	
12.  Saranac-7	
13.  Galway-2	
14.  Wayne-5	
15.  Falconer-6	
16.  Maple Grove-6	
17.  General Brown-3	
18.  Cobleskill-Richmondville-2	
19.  Chenango Valley-4	
20.  Deposit-Hancock-4	
20.  Salem-2	
20.  Camden-3	
20.  Chautauqua Lake-6	

Honorable Mention (not in specific order):

  Cortland-3, Phoenix-3, Liverpool-3, Penfield-5, Lyndonville-5, Vestal-4, 
Northern Adirondack-7, Gouveneur-10, Port Jefferson-11, Hadley Luzerne/
Lake George-2, Duanesburg-2, St. Francis-CHSAA, Clarence-6, Lake Shore-6, 
Ward Melville-11, East Meadow-8, Shoreham-Wading River-11, Cornwall-9, 
Wallkill-9, Newfane-6, Queensbury-2, Plamyra-Macedon-5, Islip-11, Red Hook-9, 
Sachem North-11, Indian River-3, Greene-4, Long Beach-8, Levittown Division-8, 
Oneonta-4, Longwood-11, Plainedge-8, Beekmantown-7, North Babylon-11, Watkins 
Glen-4, Huntington-11, Holland Patent-3, Jamestown-6, Pioneer-6, CBA/Jamesville-
Dewitt-3, MacArthur-8, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill-3, Chenango Forks-4, Chaminade-
CHSAA, St. Joseph's-CHSAA, Monsignor Farrell-CHSAA, St. Anthony's-CHSAA, Johnson 
City-4, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake-2, Colonie-2, Amsterdam-2, Saratoga Springs-2, 
Mineola-8, North Rockland-1, Putnam Valley-1, Pleasantville-1, Pearl River-1.

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