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  1. September 11 ... Tyrell Todd from Purdue September 12 ... Dr. Brian Snyder from Nebraska September 20 ... Brent Metcalf from Iowa State September 26 ... Dustin Schlatter from Minnesota
  2. http://www.huskers.c...PID=28&SPSID=57 Come for a great night of technique.7:30-9:00 p.m.
  3. http://www.huskers.com/SportSelect.dbml?&DB_OEM_ID=100&SPID=28&SPSID=57 Come for a great night of technique. 7:30-9:00 p.m.
  4. Here is the schedule for this weekend: All Times EST 10:00 a.m. Saturday Session I (BigTen2Go through TrackWrestling) 6:00 p.m. Saturday Session II (BigTen2Go through TrackWrestling) 12:00 p.m. Sunday Session III (BigTen2Go through TrackWrestling) 3:00 p.m. Championship BTN Should be a wild one!
  5. THANK YOU Clark and Samuels

    http://www.trackwrestling1.com/tw/VideoPlayer.jsp?TIM=1487627431288&twSessionId=cpdqsrddmszyvaa&matchId=7597824104
  6. Many thanks to all of the volunteers, wrestlers, ref's, and venues so far ... the State Tournament is fully imported and ready to go. The event is set for a 7:30 Doors Open a week from Saturday. As it wasn't a pre-registration open event, but instead a Qualifier, the entry fees are pay at the door. When you pay you will receive a Weigh-In Card which you can take straight to the scales. Six mats in the main Southport Fieldhouse will have scales. Any scale will do ... pick the shortest line. Weigh-in's will absolutely close at 9:30. Wrestling starts at 10. At weigh-in's you will be wearing a Singlet and Shoes (about 1.5 pounds) and receive an additional 2 pound allowance ... i.e.., 126 is now 130. If you are 130.1 you will be bumped up for no fee on the spot. if you are 124 or lower (120 plus 4), you may bump down. Your Separation Criteria will follow you. Separation Criteria (seeding) will be implemented when building brackets. Level 1 -- State Qualifiers (winners Friday night will be removed) ... and congratulations on your success. Level 2 -- Quarter Final SS Level 3 -- SSQ Level 4 -- Qualifier Champs Level 5 -- Qualifier Runner-ups etc....... Please check your level in the tourney and make me aware of any issues. markdurham@mac.com I have offered this to the coaches association for sanctioning ... I hope they will continue to consider. It's up to all of you to make it successful. These kids deserve it. Many thanks to the folks at Southport, Tell City and Portage for stepping up to Host.
  7. Frosh/Soph State (2nd chance state)

    We will be hopefully adding 24 wrestlers to the State Event from each weight class ... 12 from each Qualifier. So if you add 24 to each imported number from the State Event (SS Qualifiers), you would have maximums. The tourney is two days, and wrestles down to the top 12 first day. Day 2 starts with the Podium Round and Semi's ... 32 and 64 man brackets (even with pigtails) are no problem. Actually, that would be a great problem. The highest level of participants would be 593; 257 from the SSQ's and 336 from the Qualifiers.
  8. Frosh/Soph State (2nd chance state)

    257 Freshman and Sophomores have qualified for the IHSAA Semi-States (of the 896 slots) ... congrats to them! They have been imported into the Indiana Frosh-Soph State Championships and can participate by merely being present. They are not permitted in the Qualfiers, as we hope to give another 12 wrestlers per weight class per Qualfier a chance at advancing.
  9. Indiana University's Nick Simmons will be at Red Cobra Wrestling tonight ... Next Wednesday (Oct 12th) Nebraska comes to town. Coaches Manning and Snyder.
  10. Andrew will be at the Avon facility from 7-8:30 on Tuesday the 27th ... don't miss him! Next week will be Nick Simmons of IU ... October 5th Last week was Pat Popolizio and Frank Beasley from NC State, and then Kendrick Maples, NCAA Champ from Oklahoma and now a coach at Purdue. Get trained and get seen.
  11. Andrew will be at the Avon facility from 7-8:30 on Tuesday the 27th ... don't miss him! Next week will be Nick Simmons of IU ... October 5th Last week was Pat Popolizio and Frank Beasley from NC State, and then Kendrick Maples, NCAA Champ from Oklahoma and now a coach at Purdue. Get trained and get seen.
  12. Big matches this weekend!

    If everything works out we will be Live-Streaming this event on TrackCast. 3 mats, all rounds. Should be archived on the brackets as well.
  13. 463 Pre-Reg Cadets and Juniors!!... have a look at the list. Only $10 extra to be a walk-in and find out where your skills match up against wrestlers from all over the Midwest. Tourney Info at: http://usawevents.sportngin.com/page/show/1019235-central-regional-championships
  14. Freestyle State Finals Videos

    https://www.youtube.com/user/iswawrestling/videos Both Mat 1 and Mat 2 Up ... thanks to Dominic Pedroza
  15. https://flic.kr/p/s4DZtp This is a panorama of how the D2/D3 NCAA Duals were set up at the same facility this past January ... it's State of the Art. Plenty of great seating on both sides and you can see everything. I hope the link works.
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