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jetwrestling last won the day on August 27 2016

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About jetwrestling

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    Regional Qualifier

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    Adams Central

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  1. #TheCounty

    I think you have to be careful about assuming where posters are from. Adams Central is the first school listed so you need to change that to select a school on your profile. There are way too many people on here that looks like they are from AC when in reality most likely are not. I would like to think we would not have posters knocking other programs when we are striving to get to their level. So I think folks need to ease up a little on their assumptions of where posters are from. I know Matt and would never take a shot at him or anyone that puts as much time and effort into this sport that we all love. Great weekend by all the kids who participated. It is a great accomplishment to earn a trip to the state finals. Those are the elite kids in the state. Tony Currie
  2. 1A Team State Qualifying: thru State

    -Recall that one rep from each semi-state, plus the next 6 highest scores are automatic bids. Current semi-state auto bid leaders include North Posey (E-ville) and Cass (ECC). If either of them were moved up to 2A, the next teams would be North Putnam (E-ville) and Triton (ECC). Unless I am missing something, Morovia would be Evansville SS auto bid, Correct?
  3. Academic All-State Form

    from IHSWCA website Academic All-State Senior Academic All-State Criteria: 1. Must be a senior 2. Must have a 3.25 average on a 4.0 scale for 7 semesters (please convert to 4.0 scale when submitting) 3. Must be a Sectional participant 4. Must be nominated by a member of the IHSWCA To Nominate a Senior, Email Scott Van Der Aa: ssvanderaa@tsc.k12.in.us - Include senior's name, school, sectional weight class & site, GPA, and attach transcripts Junior Academic All-State Criteria: 1. Must be a junior 2. Must have a 3.25 average on a 4.0 scale for 5 semesters (please convert to 4.0 scale when submitting) 3. Must be a Sectional participant 4. Must be nominated by a member of the IHSWCA To Nominate a Junior, Email JD Minch: jsaminch123@sbcglobal.net - Include junior's name, school, sectional weight class & site, GPA, and attach transcripts
  4. ACAC Tourney

    In the match you stated, there was a little extra at the end that was inappropriate and the wrestler was reprimanded. We do not teach nor condone that. It is an emotional sport and at times, high school kids make the wrong decision in the heat of the moment.
  5. This week 1/9 - 1/14

    AC, Dwenger, Southwood, Anderson, Arsenal Tech, Arlington, Winamac, Wawasee, Frontier, Eastbrook. I believe this is the correct list. Tony Currie
  6. Trophy Chasing

    I like the idea of the wildcard. We are a small school club that has participated the last few years in this event. We just do not have kids at some of these weights. I have used the wildcards each year. As Clan Campbell stated, it allows another kid an opportunity to compete. I follow these kids afterwards and enjoy the successes they achieve. It is because they work hard and put forth the time and effort. It is an awesome team event that our kids enjoy. We only use them for the weights we can not fill. I believe that is the spirit of the rule. I have no problem with how anyone else uses their wildcards. That is none of my business or concern. We are glad to have the opportunity to compete at a state level event as a team with our kids who may not otherwise choose to compete at an individual state event. Tony Currie
  7. wrestlers needed for iswa state duals

    Event is now open to pre k. Still looking for a 40 and 150. Thanks
  8. Our team has two wild card openings at 40 and 150 pounds for the ISWA elementary state duals on 1/8/17. We will compete in the small school division. This is for k-6th grade. Contact me if interested. Thanks Tony Currie currie5fam@gmail.com or text 260-223-7203 Adams Central Jet Wrestling Club
  9. Prayers needed for a young Bellmont wrestler

    Great kid and great family. My boys are fortunate to call him a friend. We have competed with him and against him in sports as the boys have grown. Dad and Mom are first class and it shows in their children. Last night showed that the entire Adams County community is in support of this family. Keep healing, Remy. Tony Currie Adams Central
  10. Ihsaa and track wrestling email?

    I figured that is what they are doing. Ohio uses Trackwrestling for their weight program. We have a tourney over there. I have not been told that is what IHSAA is doing for sure. Tony
  11. Fort Wayne Semi-State greatest wrestler ever

    I know Plymouth went through Ft Wayne in the 1990's at least. Tony Currie
  12. 2016

    Adams Central
  13. Semi state wrestle backs?

    I would support an increase to 5 kids per semi state qualifying. Every year there are cases of 2 deserving kids wrestling in the ticket round. If you keep the current set up of making the semi finals guarantees a top 4 finsh, it will reward the ticket round upsets. Then you wreslte back to 5th and give the kids with a tough draw an opportunity to earn the last qualifying spot. Tony Currie
  14. semi state draw change

    I think AC is the first school listed, so it looks like a lot of folks are from there if they choose not to select their school. We did not have a draw from Jay Co. Regional Tony Currie
  15. Lee is in, but who is out?

    There was a wrestle off prior to seeding meeting. And a few times through the season. This is the same process we have used for years. Tony Currie