The Texas Girls Pound for Pound Rankings for high school wrestling stand as a testament to the extraordinary talent and relentless dedication of female athletes in the state. This year’s list not only celebrates the achievements of the top five wrestlers but also extends its focus to the top 20+ competitors, highlighting the depth and diversity of talent in Texas high school wrestling. These rankings underscore the importance of recognizing achievements across various weight classes and schools, painting a picture of the vibrant and competitive landscape of female wrestling in Texas.
At the forefront of these rankings is Jasmine Robinson from Allen High School, a senior competing in the 6A class at the 165-weight category. Robinson has consistently showcased her dominance with three consecutive first-place finishes from 2021 to 2023.
Following her is Madison Canales from Richmond Foster, a senior in the 5A class, competing in the 132-weight category, who demonstrated remarkable progress from a third-place finish in 2021 to clinching the top spot in subsequent years.
Avery Beckman from Friendswood, also a senior in the 5A class and competing in the 185-weight category, has similarly displayed impressive performances with top finishes over the years.
Miliyah Pacheco from Amarillo Tascosa and Annebelle Davis from Azle complete the top five, each bringing their unique strengths and achievements to the forefront.
These athletes, along with their peers in the broader top 20+ list, embody the resilience, skill, and competitive spirit that characterize high school wrestling in Texas.
|1||6A||165||SR||Jasmine Robinson||Allen||1st-2021, 1st-2022, 1st-2023|
|2||5A||132||SR||Madison Canales||Richmond Foster||3rd-2021, 1st-2022, 1st-2023|
|3||5A||185||SR||Avery Beckman||Friendswood||1st-2021, 3rd-2022, 1st-2023|
|4||5A||114||SR||Miliyah Pacheco||Amarillo Tascosa||2nd-2021, 4th-2022, 3rd-2023|
|5||5A||152||JR||Annebelle Davis||Azle||2nd-2022, 1st-2023|