Jump to content

Y2CJ41

Administrators
  • Content count

    50,384
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    258

 Content Type 

Profiles

Articles

Coach

Teams

Team History

Wrestlers

Wrestler Accomplishments

Dual Results

Individual Results

Team Rankings

Individual Rankings Master

Individual Ranking Detail

Tournament Results

Brackets

College Signings

Media

State Results Master

Forums

Calendar

Store

Everything posted by Y2CJ41

  1. School Old Coach New Coach Avon Israel Blevins Zach Errett Concord Justin Rockenbaugh Brian Woodworth Fishers Ethan Harris Jason Cook Franklin Central Gary Fox Kevin Moore Jimtown Mark Kerrn Jeremiah Maggart John Glenn Chip Cochran Andy King Kokomo Ryan Wells Mike Miller Lake Central Josh Morgan Luke Triveline Lawrence Central Wes Gibson Mishawaka Charlie Cornett Steven Sandefer Mooresville Nick Brobst Dan Mikesell Muncie Central Mark Scott JD Craft Noblesville Tom Knotts Mike Weimer Northview Dan Mikesell North Miami Don Beech Dustin Sisk North Vermillion Lucas King Plainfield Paul Nicodemus Brian Smiley Richmond Jeremy Bane South Bend Adams Brian Woodworth Taylor Steven Sandefer Justin Palmer Terre Haute North Mark Frisz Valparaiso Mark Line Jacob Plesac Washington Tanner McPherson Aaron Cissell
  2. State Finals Time Lapse: https://t.co/LwaXeDsxKC via @YouTube

  3. End of an Era

    Coming back Garcia- Top 10 guy after the seniors clear out Pokorney- Top 5 guy after the seniors clear out Curtis- Probably top 15 if not higher Moran- Top 10 guy if he continues to do well on the national scene Then add in guys like Rooks, Viduya, South, and so on and we have a good national representation. Also add in freshman sensation Jesse Mendez who will be in the national rankings talk as soon as he is officially a high schooler.
  4. The Illinois state tournament has three separate broadcasts, one for each class. I'm surprised Iowa doesn't have a broadcast like that.
  5. Strategy Question - Hunt vs Slivka

    Slika is very tough on top as evident in his 1-0 win over McIntosh in the quarter-finals. Not knowing the situation or strategy, Hunt was going to need a takedown to win no matter what most likely. If he goes on bottom, it will take a lot of effort and energy to get out. Maybe it takes 20 seconds, maybe it takes 1:59, maybe he doesn't get out. Even if he gets an escape he will still need a takedown to win and would have limited time in regulation to do that. With that said giving himself two minutes to get a takedown or maybe a couple stalling calls to tie it up is probably more likely than getting that escape and then only having a minute to get a takedown in the first overtime.
  6. With the new rule of dropping a tournament for two dual meets you may see more teams declining due to having commitments to events already. They can only have six tournaments(or super duals) so it could be a very tight fit for programs to keep an open spot for this event. Cathedral for instance has Traicoff Al Smith City Championship Host their own super dual Mason, Ohio tournament North Central Invite They have been scheduled to host another super dual in early January, but it has been cancelled the past two years due to weather.
  7. Best Career

    Michigan has a couple freshmen heavyweights are on the roster. I'd guess Michigan will see how well Parris is doing and if they have a chance at a trophy before officially pulling his redshirt.
  8. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1pn-a0qPW5NvL7HHGjKnJcmbhlYGQqsz34J03WzjqjWw/edit?usp=sharing Looks like Caleb Sprunger is out for blood this year! State is going to be the true test as it is basically worth two semi-states. Scoring is as follows 10 points for a correct pick -2 points for each placement off(Semi-State) -1 point for each placement off(State)
  9. Best Career

    When comparing these two it is splitting hairs, their careers are almost identical in so many ways.
  10. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com When Trent McCormick became head wrestling coach at Yorktown High School, he was a teenager leading teenagers. Over the decades, McCormick turned the Tigers into a mat powerhouse. In his 30 seasons, Yorktown sent many wrestlers to the State Finals in Indianapolis. Fifty-nine times, they headed back to Delaware County as state placers. Six times, they were state champions — Ross Janey (285 in 2010), Devon Jackson (138 in 2012), Rhett Hiestand (160 in 2014), Brad Laughlin (160 in 2017), Brayden Curtis (106 in 2017 and 113 in 2018). McCormick, 50, has announced his retirement and he steps away as the leader of the program with a memorable last go-round at the State Finals. “We were a small team this year,” said McCormick Saturday, Feb. 17 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. “There were a lot of studs on the team. We always like to say, ‘Steel sharpens steel.’ It’s been a long, grueling season and to have four state placers and six state qualifiers, I was very proud of them.” McCormick, a state champion at 185 for Delta in 1986 and an Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Famer, took his boys back to the State Finals after winning the 22nd sectional, 13th regional and eighth semistate of his career. At Indy, junior Brayden Curtis (40-0) bested New Castle junior Andrew Black 6-0 in the finals to become a two-time state champion on McCormick’s watch. “He knows how to plan and he knows how to coach us mentally and physically,” said Curtis of McCormick. “He’s a huge part of my success as well as (assistant) coach (Kenny) O’Brien.” Senior Christian Hunt (48-1) concluded his Yorktown career as a state runner-up at 145. “It was a great honor to go out and represent my school,” said Hunt. “I definitely wanted to come out with a first, but second isn’t too bad.” “As a senior, I wanted to send Coach McCormick out on a positive note,” said McCormick. “I did absolutely the best I could.” Senior Alex Barr (48-3) placed sixth at 132. Senior Zach Todd (42-8) came in seventh at 106. State qualifiers were junior Eric Hiestand (42-4) at 152 and sophomore Holden Parsons (39-6) at 285. The Tigers finished seventh in the team standings. During McCormick’s run, Yorktown has been state runner-up twice and won four team state duals championships. A lay coach for 18 years who transitioned into teaching and has been in the classroom for the past 12, McCormick said he plans to spend more time with loved ones. He also plans to travel and that means going to West Point, N.Y., to see son Cael McCormick wrestle for Army. Cael was a three-time state medalist at Yorktown. “I’m going to spend some more time with the family and not so much time in the gymnasium,” said McCormick. View full article
  11. 2018 Pick'em Standings

    They are updated with the state finals! Congratulations to the overall top five finishers Caleb Sprunger Aaron Hartman Ontherise219 Nathan Wynn Brad Clark And the state finals winner Grant Duncan. I'll be contacting people soon after I get a gear inventory done.
  12. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com When Trent McCormick became head wrestling coach at Yorktown High School, he was a teenager leading teenagers. Over the decades, McCormick turned the Tigers into a mat powerhouse. In his 30 seasons, Yorktown sent many wrestlers to the State Finals in Indianapolis. Fifty-nine times, they headed back to Delaware County as state placers. Six times, they were state champions — Ross Janey (285 in 2010), Devon Jackson (138 in 2012), Rhett Hiestand (160 in 2014), Brad Laughlin (160 in 2017), Brayden Curtis (106 in 2017 and 113 in 2018). McCormick, 50, has announced his retirement and he steps away as the leader of the program with a memorable last go-round at the State Finals. “We were a small team this year,” said McCormick Saturday, Feb. 17 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. “There were a lot of studs on the team. We always like to say, ‘Steel sharpens steel.’ It’s been a long, grueling season and to have four state placers and six state qualifiers, I was very proud of them.” McCormick, a state champion at 185 for Delta in 1986 and an Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Famer, took his boys back to the State Finals after winning the 22nd sectional, 13th regional and eighth semistate of his career. At Indy, junior Brayden Curtis (40-0) bested New Castle junior Andrew Black 6-0 in the finals to become a two-time state champion on McCormick’s watch. “He knows how to plan and he knows how to coach us mentally and physically,” said Curtis of McCormick. “He’s a huge part of my success as well as (assistant) coach (Kenny) O’Brien.” Senior Christian Hunt (48-1) concluded his Yorktown career as a state runner-up at 145. “It was a great honor to go out and represent my school,” said Hunt. “I definitely wanted to come out with a first, but second isn’t too bad.” “As a senior, I wanted to send Coach McCormick out on a positive note,” said McCormick. “I did absolutely the best I could.” Senior Alex Barr (48-3) placed sixth at 132. Senior Zach Todd (42-8) came in seventh at 106. State qualifiers were junior Eric Hiestand (42-4) at 152 and sophomore Holden Parsons (39-6) at 285. The Tigers finished seventh in the team standings. During McCormick’s run, Yorktown has been state runner-up twice and won four team state duals championships. A lay coach for 18 years who transitioned into teaching and has been in the classroom for the past 12, McCormick said he plans to spend more time with loved ones. He also plans to travel and that means going to West Point, N.Y., to see son Cael McCormick wrestle for Army. Cael was a three-time state medalist at Yorktown. “I’m going to spend some more time with the family and not so much time in the gymnasium,” said McCormick.
  13. Asa Garcia

    Garcia
  14. State Finals Hashtag: #INStateFinals18 Brackets TrackWrestling.com IndianaMat with rankings Pick'em Contest State Finals Pick'em Top 8 Mat Burns Pick the Champions Featured Articles State Finals by the Numbers State #WAYL2 IHSAA State Preview with fast facts IHSAA State Finals Records Book Site: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, 125 S. Pennsylvania St., Indianapolis | Website Security: All people as well as their bags, purses, and coolers (athletes only) entering Bankers Life Fieldhouse will be subject to a security inspection. A full list of prohibited items can be found in the Fieldhouse Fan Guide at the following link: http://www.bankerslifefieldhouse.com/arena-information/fan-guide/ Additionally, misconduct, mistreatment of Fieldhouse staff, or other prohibited behavior will be addressed promptly and violators are subject to ejection from the premises or arrest. The code of conduct is found in the Fan Guide again at the following link:http://www.bankerslifefieldhouse.com/arena-information/fan-guide/ Admission: $8 per session or $20 both days. Children 24 months old and younger admitted free of charge. Tickets may be purchased at Bankers Life Fieldhouse or you may order a single session mobile ticket via Tik-A-Tap below: Session 1 (Friday First Round) Session 2 (Saturday Quarterfinals, Semifinals) Session 3 (Saturday Championships, Consolations) Television: Saturday's state championship bouts in each weight class will air live on Fox Sports Indiana. Hosted by Mark Jaynes (play-by-play), Mike Goebel (analyst), Blake Maurer (analyst) and Greg Rakestraw (mat interviews). Link to TV providers covering the championship matches. Webstream: Friday's first round and Saturday's quarterfinals, semifinals and consolation matches may be viewed via live stream for a subscription fee at TrackWrestling.com. For Saturday night's championship round, viewers outside of the Fox Sports Indiana coverage area, a live stream will be available at IHSAAtv.org. For those within the FSI coverage area, the stream will be available only on delayed basis following the conclusion of the telecast. State Finals Pairings Show The brackets in each weight class will be announced exclusively via IHSAAtv.org beginning at 4 pm ET / 3 pm CT on Sunday, February 11, 2018. Greg Rakestraw and Hall of Fame coach Mike Goebel will serve as hosts. Friday, Feb. 16, 2018 Parade of champions | 5:45 pm ET First Round | 6 pm ET (Gates open at 4:30 pm ET) Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018 Quarterfinals | 9:30 am ET with semifinals to follow (Gates open at 8 am ET) Consolations | 5 pm ET (Gates open at 4 pm ET) Finals | 7:30 pm ET View full article
  15. The front runners are Brayton Lee Mason Parris Lucas Davison Kris Rumph Graham Rooks Others that have had great careers like Ty Mills, Kasper McIntosh, Christian Hunt, Nathan Walton, etc. Remember this is an award for the best senior wrestler. The award is voted on by coaches and administrators throughout the state and well known wrestling media throughout the state and country. We usually have around 30+ people that vote in the end.
  16. At Brownsburg High School the best seniors from Indiana will face off against the best seniors from the USA. This is the first time the event will be held here. Projected lineup 113- Jose Diaz 120- Tylor Triana 126- Ty Mills 132- Graham Rooks 138- Kris Rumph 145- Christian Hunt 152- Brayton Lee 160- Gleason Mappes 170- Noah Warren 182- Conner Graber 195- Lucas Davison 220- Mason Parris 285- Isaiah McWilliams
  17. 2018 Dream Team Classic April 14

    We will have presale tickets on the website here soon
  18. RT @punchwar: The Man Himself! Your #INStateFInals18 220 Champ. from Lawrenceburg Mason Parris @IndianaMat @IHSAA1 https://t.co/OFY50TI7Ub

  19. Who would you nominate and why?
  20. RT @thehines7: @IndianaMat Thanks. I love giving the best athletes in the state the publicity they deserve. Thanks for the platform.

  21. Melloh and Mulkey

    Most refs will self scratch schools they are associated with. For instance you won't see Greg Moe ref a Central Noble match since he is the principal there.
  22. Wow - Fattore pinned himself!

    Fattore was spotted warming up with Rader before the finals. Not sure I have ever seen two guys that just wrestled in the semi-finals warm up with each other.
  23. RT @Neidig: Time to earn some hardware!!! @IHSAA1 Wrestling State Finals! @TheFieldhouse #FaceOfSportsmanship https://t.co/AsRDKQHGuW

  24. radio broadcast or app?

    WZBD is doing radio, they are out of Adams County
×