Varsity Wrestling · Who are the top 5 wrestlers in Livingston County in 2021?


Hartland's Avery Dickerson was fourth in the state Division 1 tournament at 171 pounds in 2020.

4. Avery Dickerson

► School: Hartland

► Class: Junior

► Weight: 171

► Accomplishments: Finished fourth in the state Division 1 tournament at 189 pounds last season after winning KLAA, district and regional titles. Dickerson has an 87-14 mark in two seasons, going 45-4 last year. Placed sixth at 171 in the Grappler Fall Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

► Coach Todd Cheney: “Avery’s a Division I (college) talent; he’s pretty good. He is a kid who did stuff the entire offseason. Every night he was going to club practice or a practice somewhere that was holding something. He’s been all over the country.”

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Hartland's Patrick Wlodyga placed fourth in the state Division 1 wrestling tournament at 103 pounds in 2020.

5. Patrick Wlodyga

► School: Hartland

► Class: Junior

► Weight: 119

► Accomplishments: Enters the season ranked No. 7 in Division 1 at 119 after placing fourth in the state at 103 last season. Wlodgya went 45-5 last year, giving him a two-year record of 88-17. Qualified for the state tournament as a freshman after placing second at regionals.

► Coach Todd Cheney: “Last year, he had an incredible state meet and took fourth. He’ll probably be 112, 119 this year. He’s grown quite a bit; he was 103. He’ll be fun to watch. He’s really good on top. He pins a lot of people.”

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