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  1. 16 points
    Coach McCormick

    Thank You Louis Rosbottom

    It is my understanding that Keith Davison is the new ISWA chairman. I first want to congratulate Keith on his new position and wish him the best of luck. I would like to thank Louis Rosbottom for everything he, and his wife Sharon, have done for the ISWA over the years. Their dedication and devotion to Indiana wrestling is immeasurable. I had the privilege of sitting on the ISWA board of directors for roughly 8 years (a number of years ago) with the Rosbottom's. When you start looking at the ISWA's annual budget meeting, services, programs, the ISWA office, trips, coaches, tournament management, etc, etc, etc, the ISWA is a HUGE undertaking and the Rosbottom's have been a positive influence and driving force behind all of these operations for many years. Thank you Louis for your servant leadership style of management. Indiana wrestling wouldn't be where it is today without everything you and Sharon have done with the ISWA. Regards, Trent McCormick Yorktown Wrestling
  2. 12 points
    FCFIGHTER170

    Congrats to Trizton Carson

    The 170 pound soon be Danville junior recieved one of the only 4 Black Hats given at J Robs 28 day intensive camp out of hundreds of wrestlers...He graduated with over a perfect score gaining 10 positive ratings during camp and ran his 15 miles in 2 hours and 6 minutes...very proud of this young man who is like a nephew to me and glad he represented Indiana so well during a challenging but life changing experience! Look for big things the next 2 years and beyond out of this fine young man! He's had a very productive off season winning Nuway and Indy nationals while wrestling on dual national teams and gaining valuable knowledge for the future.
  3. 10 points
    IndianaMat is proud to announce for the VERY first time Wrestling USA will bring the Dream Team Classic to Indiana. The best seniors from the USA will take on our top seniors on April 14th at Brownsburg High School. Wrestling is scheduled to start at 6pm with some very good matches in store. Look for more information soon on tickets and everything else that will be going on.
  4. 8 points
    Davistein

    ISWA Chairman Vote Keith Davison

    It’s sensible that people who only know me as a coach might think that I might be biting off more than I could chew with the ISWA Chairman role. I’ve also picked up vibes that some of the existing board members are bothered that my supporters and I believe that I could come in with no ISWA board experience and be an effective leader. Please know that I have a lot of respect and appreciation for our existing board for the countless and often thankless hours of work that they continue to put into the organization to help keep it going. On the other hand know that I have extensive volunteer leadership experience and would allocate the time that’s needed to get acclimated to the role and its responsibilities as well as assess what we do and how we do it before trying to prioritize what we should focus our efforts on improving. I’m not aiming to or promising that I’d fix “all of the problems.” I am not concerned about commitment significant amounts of my time to our cause. I have served the board as a coach of national teams for the past 6 years and have been generous with my time preparing for and traveling to these tournaments. My cumulative time that I’ve committed to these exceeds three months. I am currently president of our wrestling club and plan to reduce my involvement on that front to offset the added responsibilities of ISWA chair. From my vantage point it seems we have many capable board members in place and I wouldn’t intend to take effective people and processes and change them. However I do expect that feathers will be ruffled as we re-focus and make changes to our board as we move to being more wrestling centric as we work to be national wrestling power. Should I be voted in I will actively solicit and welcome thoughts and suggestions as to how we can improve as an organization.
  5. 8 points
    Owen Doster (New Haven High School) will be a Sophomore at Wabash. Freshman Year (2016-17)\ - Record 30-7 - Competed at 133 pounds - 2nd place at Concordia Open- 2nd place at Indiana Little State Invite- 3rd place at North Central Invite- Spartan Mat Classic Champion- Baldwin Wallace Invite Champion- Finished 3rd place at the NCAA Midwest Regional which qualified him for the NCAA Championships- 7th Place All-American Finish at 2017 NCAA National Championships- Went into the tournament unseeded and dropped his 1st bout, but rattled off three straight victories to capture All-American status. Scored 7.5 team points to help the team finish in 3rd place and bring home its 3rd straight NCAA Team Trophy- Scholar All-American (2nd Freshmen in Wabash Wrestling History) Wabash won the MidWest Regional & had 7 out of 10 National Qualifiers. Owen is kneeling bottom right. The man with the fresh stash is Connor Brummett from Dekalb he was a Senior...
  6. 7 points
    MattM

    Fargo Greco

    Pokorney Cadet Greco National Champ
  7. 6 points
    Mattyb

    Announcement Wednesday at 8:30pm

    Great job Joe and crew. Looking forward to going. #TheCounty will pack the gym. I do know a few families in the town which starts with "A" would be willing to help host wrestlers. How bout a #TheCounty vs. The Region dual as an appetizer?
  8. 6 points
    ontherise219

    High School Rankings?

    We are starting to get kids lined up. The ihpo helps a lot in giving us a idea. The preseason rankings will be finished around super 32
  9. 6 points
    Ben Harvey and Cael McCormick at Army West Point (West Point, NY) From Army West Point's athletic website: (www.goarmysports.com) 2016-17 Stats Ben Harvey -- Freshman • 174 • New Palestine, Ind. / Indianapolis Cathedral (USMAPS) Dual: 5-7 Md: 6 TF: 1 Falls: 1 - 2016-17 Record: 21-13 - Southeast Open (1st Place) - Roadrunner Open (3rd Place) - All-Academy Championships (2nd Place) - EIWA Conference Championships (7th Place) - Ben was extremely resilient and tough as a freshman wrestling every varsity event for the Black Knights this past season - He is projected to be back at 174 for the 2017-18 season Cael McCormick -- Freshman • 157/165 • Yorktown, Ind. / Yorktown Dual: 1-1 Md: 1 TF: 2 Falls: 6 - 2016-17 Record: 26-10 - Southeast Open (6th Place) - Bearcat Open (4th Place) - New York State Championships (1st Place) - Lock Haven Classic (3rd Place) - National Collegiate Open (6th Place) - Cael is projected to be at 165 for the 2017-18 season
  10. 6 points
    Ed Pendoski

    Darren Elkins this weekend

    It's not talked about here often on this discussion board as others, but Darren Elkins has had quite the UFC career. If you get a chance to watch Darren's last fight, you might be able to understand how tough of a guy Darren really is. I watched the fight from my sofa with my wife, and to be honest. I was hoping the ref would stop it because I can't see a situation where Darren would quit and I was worried for his safety........and 5 min later he knocks the guys out to get what some have called one of the best comebacks in the history of UFC. Darren has his biggest fight of his career this Saturday on Fox if you get a chance to watch a fellow Hoosier as Co-Main event for UFC Fight Night.
  11. 6 points
    Perseverance

    Fargo Greco

    Silas Allred with some positive press on Flo. 2 away from the podium. A foolish weight cut resulted in drastic underachieving at Freestyle. The days of 170lbs are over.
  12. 6 points
    Mattyb

    Grand River Rumble

    Indiana boys bring home 5 of the 13 titles in the high school individual tournament today. Jesse Mendez 108 Dawson Combest 138 Jacob LaPlace 155 Carson Brewer 167 Brady Shepherd HWT
  13. 6 points
    Congratulations to Christian on his commitment to serve our country and attend the United States Military Academy at West Point! Not only has this kid put hours of diligence on the mat but has made leaps and bounds in the classroom. I'll never forget when a scrawny 106 pounder with an indifference to his GPA told me over the dinner table three years ago that he wanted to go to an Academy and wrestle. Knowing the rigors of that decision, I rolled my eyes but said "well let's go to work." Three years later, I stand corrected. Good things come to kids who work hard in the classroom. Congratulations to Christian and his family, and Go Army!
  14. 6 points
    Chris Cooper

    Disney Duals

    I couldn't say enough good things about Team Balboa. Kids battled hard all duals vs some very tough teams, especially after all the other wrestling we did down here before the duals. Thanks to Social Circle GA, Manatee FL, and Brandon FL teams and coaches for allowing us to come workout and compete at their schools. Very coachable and hard working group. It was nice to see all the Indiana teams compete and do well. Hope everyone has a safe trip home.
  15. 5 points
    Y2CJ41

    Announcement Wednesday at 8:30pm

    We'll have a special hangout with Brayton Lee and Mason Parris tomorrow night with a really big announcement. I'll post the link here. This is some awesome news for Indiana wrestling.
  16. 5 points
    macman

    Thank You Louis Rosbottom

    Louis, it was my pleasure working with you. Whether discussing Team trips or setting up numerous ISWA events, you would not only lend an ear, you would lend a hand. I have nothing but the deepest respect for you and I considered it a privilege to serve under your leadership. Mike McCarthy III
  17. 5 points
    Justin Ratliff

    High School Rankings?

    Too early? LOL
  18. 5 points
    ontherise219

    Middle schoolers who could place

    I didn't think it was a dumb post then I doubt it less today
  19. 5 points
    Tre Lynch (New Albany) is a Sophomore (rs) wrestling at Campbellsville, won the #1 spot at 157 last year then had an achilles injury in the first tournament and redshirted. Back this year and is expected to be at 165. Jacob Franklin (New Washington) is also on the squad and is projected at 197.
  20. 5 points
    MattM

    Flo's first 2017-18 Rankings

    Fargo, big pre-season events, and weight shifting will change things a decent amount, but here is their initial rankings http://www.flowrestling.org/ranking/2871-new-faces-new-rankings/2017-07-09/p4p Pound for Pound #9 Parris 106. #20 Moran 145 #2 Brayton Lee (behind Sasso of PA) 145 #16 McIntosh 152 #1 Joe Lee 195 #13 Davison 220 #1 Parris ( initially he was slotted at #2 behind Schultz of CO but was moved up in the revision) HWT #16 Pokorney These rankings could set up a Who's #1 clash between B. Lee and Sasso. It also could make meeting between Parris and Schultz unless Football gets in the way. Indiana is a little light on this list and with little Hoosier movement during the regular season (travel restrictions) hopefully we have some of our top guns participating in some of these spring and fall events.
  21. 5 points
    Sig40

    Past USAW Triple Crown Winners

    Not much of a dry spell. Jesse Mendez just became Indiana's 12th triple crown winner today competing in schoolboy division at 105 pounds. Side note, Jesse wrestled another Indiana kid(Zeke Seltzer in the freestyle finals). Must be the 2 qualifiers that got him over the hump.
  22. 4 points
    Congratulations to Zach Melloh from Indianapolis Cathedral for signing with Purdue. He is projected to wrestle 141. View full signing
  23. 4 points
    bluemonster

    NC SS Sneak Peek

    106: 1.) B. Lowery - RHS 2.) L. Bailey - CHS 3.) A. Cottey - PM 4.) D. Pierson - WC 113: 1.) AJ Black - Shenandoah 2.) G. Smith - LC 3.) R. Luhmann - HSE 4.) C. Eldred - Westfield 120: 1.) S. Fair - PM 2.) G. Rose - GC 3.) S. Johnson - NM 4.) B. Mattingly - Carmel 126: 1.) A. Viduya - RHS 2.) L. Walendzak - CHS 3.) T. Ragle - NC 4.) B. Hall - SD 132: 1.) A. Mosconi - CHS 2.) T. Freije - RHS 3.) C. Noehre - GC 4.) B. Coleman - WC 138: 1.) Z. Melloh - CHS 2.) E. Smiley - BG 3.) A. Strueder - Fishers 4.) A. Warren - PM 145: 1.) J. Slivka - CHS 2.) A. Graves - WC 3.) J. Mancera - LC 4.) J. Servies PM 152: 1.) N. Warren - PM 2.) E. Rogers - CHS 3.) G. Lane - EC 4.) C. Groves - NM 160: 1.) J. Eiteljorge - Carmel 2.) C. Klettheimer - Frankton 3.) T. Coffman - UC 4.) A. Mosconi - CHS 170: 1.) D. Berkebile - Frankton 2.) E. Mahan - RHS 3.) T. Booker - LC 4.) B. Davis - PM 182: 1.) S. Allred - Shenandoah 2.) T. Penola - Zionsville 3.) B. Lowe - GC 4.) C. Baker - Frankton 195: 1.) J. Rolfes - Lawreceburg 2.) S. Hansen - RHS 3.) D. Brooks - LC 4.) D. Delph - Frankton 220: 1.) J. McClaine - Lebanon 2.) A. Guhl - CHS 3.) K. Cornwell - Elwood 4.) L. Burton - NP 285: 1.) M. Parris - Lawrenceburg 2.) C. Kunkleman - HSE 3.) J. Obst - CHS 4.) M. Stone - Elwood
  24. 4 points
    Kyle Ayersman

    Rest In Peace Tim Ayersman

    As some of you may already know my father Tim Ayersman passed away Sunday afternoon. My father was the biggest supporter of me, Lake Central, Purdue, and now Brownsburg. He loved Indiana wrestling and everything that went with it. Vistation will be tomorrow (Wednesday the 13th) from 3-8 at Kish Funeral Home in Munster, Indiana. If everyone could send a few prayers towards my family we would greatly appreciate it. He loved getting on Indianamat just to see what was going on after I graduated from high school. Lastly, contrary to to popular belief, my father was not "Buttdrag" as some of you thought. Kyle Ayersman
  25. 4 points
    TeamGarcia

    NC SS Sneak Peek

    220- Kyle Cornwell, I'll take him as my #1 in NC Semi State if Mason Parris doesn't make that cut. Cornwell has had a great summer, got to watch him in Texas . Definitely going to keep a eye out for him this year.
  26. 4 points
    I'm very honored (& a bit scared) at being chosen to serve as the next Chairman for ISWA. Thank you for your support...or perhaps your patience as I work to earn it.
  27. 4 points
    Y2CJ41

    ISWA Chairman Vote Keith Davison

    Just as a side note, current chairman Louis Rosbottom has been sent the same questions and has not responded. Here is the live hangout with Keith Davison and his written responses to the questions. Davison ISWA Chairman.pdf
  28. 4 points
    Tough loss 1-1 on criteria. Neither wrestler scored any points as both points were passivity shot clock points. Two trips to the world championships and two medals, with one more year of cadet eligibility for Alara Boyd.
  29. 4 points
    MattM

    Men's Freestyle World Championships

    Great back and forth battle. Could not have asked for a better final match to decide everything. Snyder gets match winning TD with 30sec left to secure the World Title. He is now in the argument for the top P4P wrestler in the world. Our first World Team Title since 1995. And with the recently announced new world weight classes starting soon we maybe set up for a run of team titles over the next couple years.
  30. 4 points
    Sig40

    Jesse Mendez

    Incoming 8th grader Jesse Mendez just beat Justin Bierdumpfel(#12 ranked 106lbs on Flo) 10-4. Justin took 7th at New Jersey state his freshman year.
  31. 4 points
    Fabio Jr.

    B. Lee down to 6 schools.

    Purdue had a shot with Kendrick but since he left it kinda ended that choice....for IU to start getting major players in IN Duane needs to step Back and let a guy Like angel run the program
  32. 4 points
    HighC

    Fargo

    Here are your Cadets: C 094 Alec Freeman FS C 094 Carleton Perry FS/GR C 094 Dylan Driver FS/GR C 100 Danny Tolin FS C 100 Alex Cottey FS C 100 Brayden Lowery FS C 106 Colton Drousias FS/GR C 106 Ethan Higgins FS/GR C 113 Camden Spears FS/GR C 113 Devon Casebolt FS/GR C 113 Blake Boarman FS/GR C 120 Jacob Fiew FS/GR C 120 Brock Peele FS C 120 Johnathan Otte FS/GR C 120 Terrance Jones FS/GR C 126 Jace Longere GR C 126 Eli Dickens FS C 126 Alec Viduya FS C 132 Ty Lehman FS/GR C 132 Scott Fitts FS C 132 Matt Lee FS C 132 Alex Masconi FS/GR C 138 Mazona Bryant FS C 138 Carlos Monroy FS/GR C 145 Cooper Noehre FS/GR C 145 Antwan Graves FS C 145 Damon McClain FS/GR C 152 Bryce Bailey FS/GR C 160 Clayton Fielden FS/GR C 160 Jacob Atkins FS/GR C 170 Silas Allred FS/GR C 195 Austin Lane FS/GR C 220 Cade Campbell FS C 220 Grant Warmuth FS C 220 Nathan Bishop FS C 285 Eli Pokorney FS/GR
  33. 4 points
    Perseverance

    Fargo

    Silas Allred will be wrestling 170 at Freestyle & 170/182 at Greco as a first year Cadet. Other notables I'm aware of, but not yet mentioned are.....Manzona Bryant-Cadet, Lucas Davison-Junior & Eli Pokorney-Cadet. These young men, as well as the wrestlers mentioned in the previous posts have a great chance to bring home All American honors......and potentially even more prominent accolades. Plenty of other very capable studs making the trip as well. Team Indiana will be well coached, and well represented at multiple weight classes.
  34. 4 points
    Mattyb

    Disney Duals

    BTW.... Perhaps the most impressive Indiana wrestler was Derrick Blubaugh from Bloomington South. He went 11-0 with 10 falls! Great kid.... well deserved success.
  35. 4 points
    Fabio Jr.

    Disney Duals

    Brownsburg finished 3rd I'll tell ya I was real impressed with Silas Allred def will be a multiple time winner. Hes a fun kid to hang with too
  36. 4 points
    Pug

    Congratulations to....

    Tristen Tonte for being named Indy Star Marion County Male Athlete of the year and Ben Stewart for being named Indy Star Male City Athlete of the year. Much deserved for both.
  37. 4 points
    TeamGarcia

    Moment of Silence

    Indiana Native (Lawrence North) & 2017 Michigan HS State Champ, Amante Young passed away yesterday due to complications of car accident. If you knew of Mr. Young, had a chance to met with, shared wrestling memory, friend of your kids, in some cases he was a Son to Families. The kid had a heart of gold as most of you know. Take a few minutes and Remember, Pray for the Families of Amante Young if your reading this .
  38. 4 points
    Coach Gill

    Virginia Beach

    Not sure whos all following on line, but Mason Parris just took out #3 (flo ranking at 195) Gavin Hoffman (ohio state commit). 5-2 Crazy scrambles... if you missed it I'm sure flo will have it as a featured match soon. Mason's legend continues to grow.
  39. 3 points
    Kyle Hatch from Warsaw, Kory Cavanaugh from Penn, Heath Ault from Northrop are incoming freshman at Wabash.
  40. 3 points
    My son was a part of this team both this year & last year & it was a great experience for him! The cost was really not bad, $550 for both styles, compared to what they are paying for Fargo. As far as who was on the team, many of the names suggested did not wrestle at Freestyle & Greco State. My son was always taught that doing these styles would improve your Folkstyle wrestling. He placed 1st in Greco & 2nd (behind Konrath) in Freestyle at state. In hindsight, he probably would've been more competitive at a weight class lower, but he also had to bump up a weight class half of the matches because we didn't have a 132 pounder! Encourage these "hammers" to compete at the state level so we can have a better team, but don't complain when the kids who won top spots in our state competition didn't fair as well as you hoped. These kids put in the practice & competed at the state level, so they deserved to go.
  41. 3 points
    Luke gets a honorable mention for FloWrestler of the Week for his performance over the weekend. Notably his semi-final victory over Sean Russell and finals win over David Terao. http://www.flowrestling.org/article/57131-flowrestler-of-the-week-jacori-teemer-ny#.WTUyroEpCEc
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