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  1. Freestyle State Numbers

    Back in 04 or 05 Perry Meridian had 1100 for our Freestyle/Greco tourney. Over 800 freestyle. This was at the middle school and yes it was ridiculous.
  2. PMHS RTC

    Perry Meridian is excited to have the Purdue coaching staff at RTC tonight, 5/2. We will go from 6:00 to 7:30. Lets pack the room tonight for the boilers.
  3. PMHS RTC

    Tuesday 4/24 Perry Meridian RTC will be run by Coach Steven Bradley and Marion University. Coach Bradley was a 3 time Indiana State Champ and a Junior College runner-up. During his collegiate coaching career he has helped guide 33 all-americans, 73 national qualifiers and three national champions. We will go from 6:00-7:30 with a lot of live wrastlin.
  4. PMHS RTC

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  5. PMHS RTC

    PERRY MERIDIAN will host Joliet Junior College coaching staff Tuseday 4/18 6:00-7:30 Joliet will once again be competing at the Junior College level and is located in the Chicago area. Coach Blahut has some good Illinois kids committed, but he would love to add some Indiana studs to his team. Coaches, if you have kids that might want to go the Junior College route this is a great opportunity to meet Coach Blahut. Last week we had an excellent room. There will be some technique then live wrestling as usual. A.J. Blahut is in his first year at Joliet Junior College as the head wrestling coach. He comes to JJC from Bradley-Bourbonnais Community High School where he was the head wrestling coach. Blahut was also an assistant coach at BBCHS for several years. Previous to that, he was head coach at Manuel Academy in Peoria. He began his coaching career at Lincoln-Way North in 2010. Blahut has coached many state placers, qualifiers as well as many sectional, regional and conference champions. Blahut wrestled for Lincoln-Way Central where he was a four-year varsity starter winning over 100 matches and earning numerous other accomplishments. He went on to wrestle collegiately for Lincoln College, University of Nebraska at Kearny and Bloomsburg University. At Lincoln, Blahut was an NJCAA Qualifier at 184lbs and an NJCAA All-American, placing 5th, at 174lbs. He also served as a team captain of the Lincoln College team that finished in the top ten at the NJCAA National Tournament both years. He was also a two-time Academic All-American. Blahut earned an Associate's in Arts degree from Lincoln College before completing Bachelor's Degrees in History and Education from Bloomsburg University. He also holds a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instructions from Bloomsburg. Blahut has taught Physical Education, and is currently teaching Western Civilization and United States history at BBCHS.
  6. PMHS RTC

    Have to edit my original post. I just got word that 4 time National Champ Riley Lefever will be at Perry Meridian's RTC tonight (4/11) along with All American Nick Bova. Last week's room had a lot of high school studs and college studs helping out. Come get better with some Wabash hammers from 6-7:30.
  7. Freshman/sophomore state

    Just think, these guys can all wrestle each other again in two weeks at Folkstyle State.
  8. Remarkable shortage of ####. Wheres #TheCounty at?

    I counted 24 for Marion County. I did include Cathedral as they are in Marion County. I really admire the love that is shared between Avon and Brownsburg. Instead of rivalry, it is a brotherhood.
  9. Indiana's 'middle class' in wrestling

    Absolutely. There are a few freshman/sophomore tournaments out there. The problem is there aren't many teams with a bunch of Freshman.
  10. Indiana's 'middle class' in wrestling

    Y2 beat me to it. About four years ago our JV team was uninvited to a fairly large JV tourney. Our team ran away with the tourney, and the coach said that having us there wasn't good for his guys. The host school of this tourney is a top 10% team/school for sure. Most of the time when we try to get our varsity 2 team into a tournament we are told no thanks. Most of the time we are filling in a vacancy (when we get an invite) that the host school needed to fill. I know it is better to have our second team in there battling than having a bye at a super dual or 7 teams in an 8 team bracket. The main reason we began wrestling our 2nd team at varsity tourneys was because we had trouble getting matches for our non-varsity competitors. We wrestled a top 10% school this year in a dual and only wrestled 3 JV matches. No one wants to stay out for the team and wrestle 5 times a year. There aren't a lot of JV events and we have a lot kids out for the team. My questions is should we limit competition to the top 2 or 3 in each weight class? I wish we could have a Freshman, JV and Varsity schedule, We started wrestling our middle school second team against other schools about 10 years ago at the request of the opposing schools. I know MS is different, but at least some feel having a more competitive dual was more beneficial. Last, I am not naive to the points you are making. I do get what you are saying. I have tried to think of my Varsity team in the same situation, but it wouldn't compare to a middle class team getting beat by a top tier JV. Shaun Richardson PM
  11. Wrestlers on the field

    Depends on he defense being played. The free safety is a free hitter and comes flying up on the run...especially outside run. The fact that he has 12 tackles and 2ints is impressive.
  12. Middle School Competition Wear

    Alright fellas. I heard some discussion about some states moving to fight shorts and compression shirt. I know at the high school level we haven't gone there yet. Our Middle School is getting new singlets this year. I would like to go with the fight short/compression top instead. Do you see any problems with this for Middle School? I really think this uniform would increase participation much more in the middle grades. The real question: If we do this, do you think there would be any officials that might have a problem with this? I know some schools make the the MS rules as we go(head gear not mandatory, length of matches, weight classes, weight allowances, etc.) Thanks
  13. Disney Duals (AAU Scholastic Duals Community 1 Div)

    #younggunwarriors
  14. Disney Duals (AAU Scholastic Duals Community 1 Div)

    Avon has a good team and was in a tough pool. Perry Meridian 0 graduated seniors 0 from other schools Hopefully they can come back and get third.
  15. Boycott Freestyle State

    Iowa has there Freestyle and Greco state this weekend. Looks like Indiana has about 250 more kids at state(minus the Juniors).
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