Several local wrestlers have staked claim for a second consecutive week at their respective weights in the latest state rankings.

Opening the year ranked, all eight Hamilton County grapplers have remained in the MyHouse Individual Rankings for Week 2, including Hamilton Heights' David Bryant and Noblesville's Derek Noon.

Bryant, a junior, holds the 15th spot at 106 pounds. He was ranked at 11th the week before but a 4-1 finish at last weekend's Hamilton Heights Super Six might have played a role.

Noon, a senior at 152 pounds, carries a perfect 5-0 record so far this season. Despite his perfect season to date, he dropped from 15th to 16th in the recent rankings.

No. 18 Westfield's Evan Eldred, a state qualifier at 120 pounds in 2013, is steadily climbing the ranks at 138 pounds. The junior opened the year at sixth and is currently perched at fourth.

No. 15 Hamilton Southeastern carries the most weight in the county with four wrestlers ranked this season.

At 106 pounds, HSE freshman Klayton Anderson moved up from fourth to third in the standings from Week 1 to 2.

Oddly enough, Anderson hasn't competed this season. In the Royals' season-opening event (the John Hurrle Memorial Invitational), Jacob Garcia wrestled at 106 pounds for HSE. He finished 3-2 at the invite last weekend.

At 113 pounds, junior Austin Holmes maintained his standing at third in the state. Finishing fourth at state last year, Holmes opened the 2014-15 season with a perfect 5-0 performance to win the John Hurrle Invitational at Arsenal Tech.

In the first-place match, Holmes scored a 4-1 decision against No. 6 Alex White of New Palestine in a battle of unbeaten wrestlers. White placed fourth at state last February at 106 pounds.

HSE senior Jack Chastain dropped one spot this week at 132 pounds through no fault of his own. Ranked No. 1 in his weight in Week 1, the two-time state qualifier is a perfect 5-0 on the year. He knocked off Eastern's Trevor Pharris by fall in 3:40 to win last weekend's invite, but circumstance moved him down a spot.

Last year's state runner-up at 132 pounds, Brandon James of Perry Meridian, was originally ranked No. 1 at 138 pounds. According to the latest rankings, the senior has returned to his previous weight, which made him the de facto No. 1 at 132.

HSE's Keegan Stansberry moved up one spot from 15th to 14th at 138 pounds after taking a 3-1 decision against New Palestine's Jared Timberman last weekend. Stansberry is 5-0 on the season.

Carmel's Sam Hipple, a junior, dropped one spot from 14th to 13th at 195 pounds this week.