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2018-19 Wrestling (through Jan. 1)
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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. Massapequa-8
 2. Rocky Point-11
 3. Hilton-5
 4. Eastport-South Manor-11
 5. Shenendehowa-2
 6. Fulton-3
 7. Hauppauge-11
 8. Wantagh-8
 9. Spencerport-5
10. Monroe-Woodbury-9
11. Connetquot-11
12. Minisink Valley-9
13. Sachem East-11
14. Kings Park-11
15. Niagara-Wheatfield-6
16. Fox Lane-1
17. Pittsford-5
18. Bay Shore-11
19. Indian River-3
20. Ballston Spa-2
20. Lindenhurst-11	
20. Long Beach-8	

Small schools (Division 2)	

 1. Mount Sinai-11
 2. Central Valley Academy-3
 3. Falconer-6
 4. Canisteo-Greenwood-5
 5. John Glenn-11
 6. Windsor-4
 7. Pioneer-6
 8. Norwich-4
 9. Carthage-3
10. Corinth-2
11. Perry-5
12. Peru-7
13. Warrensburg-2
14. Tioga-4
15. Camden-3
16. Gouverneur-10	
17. Beaver River-3	
18. Shoreham-Wading River-11
19. Port Jefferson-11	
20. Pleasantville-1	
20. Iroquois-6	
20. Seaford-8	

Honorable mention

	Sec. 1 -- Suffern, Pearl River, North Rockland, Mahopac, Mamaroneck, 
	Putnam Valley, Arlington, John Jay Cross River.
	Sec. 2 -- Columbia, Cobleskill-Richmondville, Queensbury, Watervliet, 
	Amsterdam, Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk, Niskayuna, Hadley-Luzerne/Lake 
	George, Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, Saratoga Springs.
	Sec. 3 -- Liverpool, Marcellus, Jamesville-Dewitt/CBA, Phoenix, 
	Canastota,  Cicero-North Syracuse, General Brown, Homer, Port Byron.
	Sec. 4 -- Elmira, Corning, Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton, Harpursville, 
	Horseheads, Walton, Delhi, Chenango Forks, Union-Endicott, Sidney, Vestal, 
	Sec. 5 -- Brocport, Warsaw, Attica, Batavia, Midlakes, Wayne, Penfield, 
	Palmyra Macedon, Webster Schroeder, Victor, Webster Thomas, Churchville-
	Chilli, North Rose-Wolcott, Fairport.
	Sec. 6 -- Niagara Falls, Newfane, Fredonia, Clarence, Lancaster, Olean, 
	Chautauqua Lake, Grand Island.
	Sec. 7-  Saranac, Ausable Valley.
	Sec. 8 -- MacArthur, Uniondale, Island Trees, Cold Spring Harbor, Roslyn, 
	Oyster Bay, Farmingdale, Locust Valley,  Clarke, Plainedge.
	Sec. 9 -- Middletown, Wallkill, Saugerties,Newburgh Free Academy, Warwick,
	Red Hook, Valley, Port Jervis, Onteora, Eldred/Liberty, Highland.
	Sec. 10 --  Canton, Malone.
	Sec. 11 -- Central Islip, Mattituck, Brentwood, Port Jefferson, Patchogue-
	Medford, Northport, Center Moriches, Miller Place, Commack, Westhampton, 
	Smithtown West, Bellport, Islip, Smithtown East, Newfield.
	CHSAA -- Kellenberg, St. John the Baptist, Chaminade, St. Anthony's.
	PSAL -- Grand Street Campus, Tottenville, Brooklyn Tech.


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