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leggin89

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  1. Tough New Wrestling Schedule

    Al Smith has been 32 teams for as long as I can remember. We made a decision as a coaching staff that allowed us to drop an event that we have the ability to see ten teams that we already see during our regular season, for a national event. We more than likely have more changes to our schedule, but this is one that is already set in stone and contracts have been signed.
  2. Top 5 #thecounties in the state

    Sadly Portage (Vega and if you are saying Eric Keith), Chesterton (Davisons), and Valpo (Cook) are in Porter County
  3. Freestyle State

    A pretty good amount of finals matches were streamed and then archived on TrackWrestling.
  4. 3A Team State Qualifying: thru State

    Pretty sure it would have to be PPV and would be rated NC-17.
  5. New IHSAA State Series Alignments

    We had a conversation at the sectional seeding meeting about it. Don't know where you were. Can you explain why that is funny? We were in the Laporte Sectional until 4 years ago. At that point it was Chesterton, Laporte, Michigan City, and ourselves.
  6. Indianapolis Area Super Team

    If I was doing Lake County it would be: 106: Shawn Hollis 113: Jacob Maldonado (or Andres Moreno) 120: Tylor Triana 126: Michael DLP 132: Jeremiah Reitz 138: Brendan Black 145: Jason Crary 152: Noah LaMore 160: Oszkar Kasch 170: Zack Fattore 182: Tyjonn Lockett 195: A.J. Fowler 220: Justin Akers 285: Brandon Streck That is just what I would put down at least.
  7. Indianapolis Area Super Team

    My Porter County Lineup: 106: Ty Haskins (though Tolin went further in the tournament) 113: Brock Peele 120: Colin Poynter 126: Ian Dembowski 132: Jack Tolin (based on last result) 138: Kris Rumph 145: Kasper McIntosh 152: Greg Lichtenberger 160: Diego Lemley 170: Ismael Cornejo 182: Lucas Davison 195: Andrew Davison 220: Eli Pokorney 285: Givoni Murillo
  8. Freshman/sophomore state

    Here is the issue with wrestling down to 8 on Saturday. Typically you would want to be the most fresh for a match that would put you on the podium. That is the reason that I am okay with how Mark and Southport put the tournament on. Few things here and there that could've been better, but all in all a cool tournament. Sorry that I had the TrackCast kits at UIndy and we did not stream the entire event. Hopefully using the TrackCast system, fo free, on the second day helped people around the state see what this event was and what it could become. Hopefully they find a new announcer next year, the dude was insufferable.
  9. Indiana Frosh-Soph North Qualifier

    With it being a first year tournament, I think it is more about needing to get more mats than more qualifiers. I know that Fort Wayne is not the preferred location (even for me) after spending all day at a Semi State, but the venue is actually quite nice for running something like this. Or at least that is what I thought. I thought that having 16 and 32 man brackets helps our sport, as that gives the athletes the ability to get some quality matches all in the same day, rather than having to go down to Frosh-Soph state and have only wrestled 1-3 times max at the qualifier. Maybe I am wrong on this, and you can certainly tell me I am. This was offered to a local club for Sunday, but the event decided that they could not do it for valid reasons. They brought me and the rest of my volunteers (TrackGopher) in February 3rd to run the tournament. I have/had many people offer to assist for next year as it definitely will help my club with money. I already run a tournament the week before, so unless everyone wants to come to Portage for the event, I will not be running it the week prior for next year.
  10. Semi-State Scoring

    I had the pleasure of asking Faulkens last year at ECC about this. He told me I was wrong and then Y2 sent me that above information and I showed him and then he said "oh, must have missed that meeting".
  11. Frosh/Soph State (2nd chance state)

    110 is correct.
  12. East Chicago semi state picks?

    8,296 is the capacity for ECC based on USA Today and Wiki. I agree, I don't think we got near that number last year. But nonetheless a great crowd.
  13. They say the score at the end of the match very faintly. 13-12
  14. NWI Times

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/post-tribune/sports/ct-ptb-wrestling-notes-st-0131-20170130-story.html You might know the guy in the middle of the picture as well! I've heard he is pretty good.
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