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January 16, 2014

Second IWCOA Prep Wrestling Dual Team Rankings

Class 1A

School	Overall Ranking	Record thru 01/11/14

Alburnett	1	13-9

Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont	2	14-1

Don Bosco, Gilbertville	3	14-7

Woodbury Central, Moville	4	16-7

Wilton	5	13-3

Clarion-Goldfield	6	8-2

Lisbon	7	9-4

West Marshall, State Center	8	11-2

Audubon	9	11-1

South Central Calhoun	10	16-4

Ogden	11	15-1

Southeast Warren, Liberty Center	11	14-0

Logan-Magnolia	13	10-1

Westwood, Sloan	13	16-2

Central Springs	15	14-3

Dike-New Hartford	16	10-1

Class 2A

School	Overall Ranking	Record thru 01/11/14

Mediapolis	1	19-5

Assumption, Davenport	2	14-3

Albia	3	16-2

Clear Lake	4	18-4

West Delaware, Manchester	5	12-5

Creston/Orient-Macksburg	6	9-0

Humboldt	7	14-1

Osage	8	14-6

Charles City	9	9-6

Independence	10	12-4

Webster City	11	14-3

Crestwood, Cresco	12	12-4

Sergeant Bluff-Luton	13	10-0

Grinnell	14	13-2

Union, La Porte City	15	10-3

Washington	16	11-0

Class 3A

School	Overall Ranking	Record thru 01/11/14

Bettendorf	1	13-6

Waverly-Shell Rock	2	11-0

Southeast Polk	3	13-1

Prairie, Cedar Rapids	4	8-1

Linn-Mar, Marion	5	11-3

Pleasant Valley	6	14-2

Iowa City, West	7	14-6

North Scott, Eldridge	8	18-5

Cedar Rapids, Jefferson	9	6-0

Epworth, Western Dubuque	10	17-4

Valley, West Des Moines	11	7-3

Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines	12	9-2

Sioux City, North	13	17-1

Mason City	14	9-13

Clinton	15	6-7

Spencer	16	8-0

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