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  1. FloNationals

    Finally you understand.
  2. FloNationals

    Again, look at the rule. If the ‘back bow’ does not go toward the head it is not illegal. The head official of the tournament agreed that it was not illegal. The kid was fine. Walked to the center. Turned and looked at his coach, then all of a sudden grabbed his back. Reminder, this is a match he was losing 5-1 with a minute to go in the semis of what could be described as the toughest tournament in the country. If he wrestles in the finals, it proves that his back was good enough to wrestle.
  3. FloNationals

    Watch the match. Period. Have you ever had a back injury? You definitely wouldn’t be adjusting your knee pad if you had a back injury bad enough to no longer continue.
  4. FloNationals

    So based on all information that I have at my disposal. Rumph did not take the ankle to the head. He took it over Bryant’s hip. That is the rule book below. Now here is the issue. As a coach and obviously a prior wrestler it is an unwritten rule not to take a DQ win if you are losing that bad and you know the kid did not try to hurt you. But the worse part here is it is quite obvious that Bryant was coming back to wrestle. He jumped off the mat, walked to the middle of the mat just fine and adjusted his knee pad. He then looks to his coach in the corner, his coach says something and then Bryant starts holding his back. That is beyond unethical for a coach to allow an athlete to take that win. This was the National Semi-Finals. Not just some random wrestling match. I can tell you that if Behling is a team leader for Indiana-Illinois duals, Portage will not have a representative. We will not have a kid wrestling under someone who would do something like that.
  5. Dream Team Opener Duals

    I was trying to thank for trying to correct me and make me seem less dumb. No malice in my statement. I get that it was worded a bit weird, and I apologize for confusing you.
  6. Dream Team Opener Duals

    No, I truly mean Portage’s lineup. I was saying the Portage lineup with those wrestlers put in would give any County a run. Thanks for trying though. 106- Moran 113- Hegedus 120- Peele 126- Poynter 132- Luna 138- Rumph 145- McIntosh 152- Washington Jr 160- Lemley 170- Guerrero 182- Girgenti 195- Davison 220- Swopes 285- Pokorney
  7. Dream Team Opener Duals

    Porter County (Chesterton and Portage) may be the better choice for NWI dual strength. 4 Individual State Champs from Porter County. Honestly Portage’s lineup with Lemley, Girgenti, Pokorney, and Davison would be pretty tough to beat.
  8. Freshman/Sophomore Stream

    I just want to point out to anyone who might want to see the awards podium that they can go to the event and choose the podium brackets (below the Frosh/Soph brackets) and you can watch those awards ceremonies as well! Thought this was pretty cool and figured someone would have some interest in it! All of the matches from Sunday were also archived and also free to view!
  9. Freshman/Sophomore Stream

    Live Streams are up!!! And FREE!!!!
  10. Freshman/Sophomore Stream

    The firewall at Southport would not allow for any stream capabilities today. We are hoping the IT guys will allow for us to have a clean line to run the streams for free tomorrow.
  11. 2017 vs. 2018

    As did Rumph the last two weeks of the season!
  12. 2017 vs. 2018

    I wouldn't be so sure that Rumph doesn't win his match. He beat Black once last year, but the last 6 weeks he has been on a roll! I am also fully biased, and I am not afraid to say that. But I still think Senior Black vs. Senior Rumph would be a real fun one to watch and think Rumph takes the match. Again, a Portage coach and obviously this is theoretical at this point.
  13. Frosh-Soph Qualifiers

    Correct, granted they are a freshman or sophomore.
  14. Freshman/sophomore state placer who qualified

    You will pay onsite. The entries have been input into the event. If you do not see your kid as entered on TW, contact markdurham@mac.com
  15. Frosh-Soph Qualifiers

    Any participant that was in the blood round (the round before placement) will automatically qualify. This round is called the round of 12.
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