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ILUV2PIN last won the day on October 27 2014

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    Semi-State Qualifier
  • Birthday November 20

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    Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Interests
    Whenever I need to get my daily dose of wrestling dads bickering with each other, Indianamat never fails to fulfill this insatiable need.
  • School
    Carroll (Fort Wayne)

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  1. New Cathedral addtions

    To the blind eye, one may think this was a college wrestling thread, not a high school one. Ya know, since transferring is becoming the norm.
  2. Update on Indiana Boys in College

    My brother Hayden Lee (Garrett HS/Marysville HS, Ohio) is currently in his redshirt junior year at University of the Cumberlands.
  3. As some of you may have heard, a coach who is pretty well-known in wrestling circles in Indiana, Tony Latora, lost his youngest son Dante in a car accident. Since Tony and his leg camps have had a great impact on some very good Indiana wrestlers, this tragedy hits close to home for all of us. If any of you on here know Tony, him and his family are fantastic people and have helped wrestling grow immensely in both Michigan and in Indiana. With all of that being said, please send your prayers, condolences, good vibes, etc.. to him and his family in this time of grief and sadness. His family needs the wrestling community now more than ever.
  4. Tsirtsis was looking a bit "plump" when I saw him wrestle at the Midlands back in late December. With that said, I think 149 would be a much better choice than 157 in my honest opinion.
  5. NCAA Division I updates!

    Dang... Guess I didn't realize how good Massa was in comparison to Hughes. He'll get better with time though, that's for sure!
  6. NCAA Division I updates!

    Huge potential match-up in the 2nd round with Hughes vs. Massa!
  7. Favorite wrestling moment ever!

    My favorite moment is what my avatar image is. The day David Taylor got STUCK by Bubba Jenkins in the finals. The reason this is my favorite wrestling moment is because how rudely Bubba was ousted by Cael and the incoming Taylor. He got his revenge back on the wrestler who took his spot and the coach who didn't believe in him. Poetic justice at its finest
  8. IHPO Alumni in College

    My brother's first year at this tourney he pinned THE Nick Lee. Literally one of Nick's few losses in Indiana. Also, Nathan Boston was the eventual champ that day.
  9. Wabash

    Love Wabash and their success! Just goes to show you don't have to have the "D-1 only" mindset to still be damn successful. All the guys on Wabash can attest to that! BIG BIG props to you guys! Keep it up!!!!
  10. Best Matches Ever

    Quiroga vs. Tsirtsis in the semis at state immediately comes to mind.
  11. Best 1xer

    My updated top 3: I know, I know, a lot of dudes from my generation. I'm sure I am forgetting some old timers who were solid as well. 1) Nick Lee 2) Jared Brooks 3) Devon Jackson Honorable Mention: Taylor March, Garrett Pepple, and Drew Hildebrandt (spelling?)
  12. Best 1xer

    Ummmm no one here mentioning Devon Jackson from Yorktown? This is the kid who unfortunately ran into Jason Tsirtsis and Ethan Raley in the finals two years in a row. I do remember it being quite awesome when Devon took Tsirtsis to overtime in the finals that year! If it weren't for Nick Lee (easy #1 here), Jackson would easily be my pick as best 1xer. My cousin Garrett Pepple would get thrown into the convo as well
  13. Best Weight Ever?

    106 pounds from the 2011-2012 season. Lots of state titles and college wrestlers in that bracket! One thing to note for this weight class: most of these guys were Sophs and Froshys who went on to have stellar careers after this tourney.
  14. Website Name Change

    In the famous words of Jean Gerard from Talladega Nights, "Like the frightened baby chipmunk, you are scared by anything that is different."