MoMileSplit Subjective Rankings #1: 8/19-9/2


Class 1 Boys

Individuals

15. Evan Smith - Chadwick (Previous: 8; Change: -7)

14. Sean Lowry - Wheaton (Previous: 11; Change: -3)

13. Dillon Seckington - Meadville (Previous: 12; Change: -1)

12. Garrett Fessler - Salisbury (Previous: 13; Change: +1)

11. Jesse Weinstein - Salisbury (Previous: NR; Change: N/A)

10. Nathan Ford - New Haven (Previous: 10; Change: 0)

9. Christian Hinrichs - Lutheran KC (Previous: NR; Change: N/A)

8. Max Davies - West Platte (Previous: 6; Change: -2)

7. Tim Madden - New Haven (Previous: NR; Change: N/A)

6. Jonathon Brown - Summit Prep (Previous: 7; Change: 0)

5. Braeden Decker - Humansville (Previous: 9; Change: +3)

4. Jesse Schultz - Lutheran KC (Previous: 3; Change: -1)

3. Joseph Rethemeyer - New Haven (Previous: 5; Change: +3)

2. Chase Ratliff - Weaubleau (Previous: 4; Change: +2)

New knowledge has led us to bumping Weaubleau's Chase Ratliff up to #2. At 17:20, he has already set a new personal best for himself and he now looks like a strong candidate to give our #1 a run for his money this season. 

1. Easton Sabala - Hermitage (Previous: 1; Change: 0)

Sabala very easily holds down the #1 spot in our Class 1 Rankings. He continues to impress out of Hermitage High School and looks prepared for a huge senior year that ends with, he hopes, his first state title. Sitting at 16:44, he has a healthy lead on Ratliff at the moment. 

Teams

5. Weaubleau (Previous: NR; Change: N/A)

4. Fair Play (Previous: 3; Change: -1)

3. Lutheran Kansas City (Previous: 4; Change: +1)

2. New Haven (Previous: 2; Change: 0)

New Haven has 3 solid boys in Rethemeyer, Madden, and Ford. With Martin Lewis at 4, all that the Shamrocks need is a 5. Right now, their 1-4 are within 47 seconds, but their 5 is 1:37 behind their 4. If they can clean up the back end of their scorers, we see the Shamrocks as the #1 team in Class 1, but for now they will sit just behind Hermitage in the subjective rankings. 

1. Hermitage (Previous: 1; Change: 0)

We are not yet ready to knock Hermitage out of the top spot yet. New Haven is knocking hard on the door at #2 with 3 boys sub-18, but Hermitage has strength from 2-5 and depth in their 6 and 7. With only 59 seconds between their 2 and 7, and 7 boys ahead of New Haven's 5 at the moment, it makes up for New Haven's 3 ahead of their 2. Hermitage is the reigning 3 time state champs, after all.


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