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  1. Fishers High School is currently seeking applicants for the position of Head Wrestling Coach for the 2017-2018 school year. Fishers is the 7th largest school in the State of Indiana and a member of the Hoosier Crossroads Conference. Applications are being accepting at the following link: FHS Head Wrestling Coach Contact Athletic Director Jim Brown with questions or recommendations of candidates. Jim Brown Fishers High School Athletic Director 317-915-4296 jdbrown@hse.k12.in.us
  2. Otterbein University, located just north of Columbus, Ohio, is set to begin its first season of competition in more than 40 years! Thanks to Head Coach Brent Rastetter, the program's resurrection is picking up serious momentum leading up to the start of the NCAA wrestling season. The schedule is set, the wrestlers are on campus, and the preparation has begun. Competing in the Ohio Athletic Conference, Otterbein University will be in the hunt for conference and national titles right from the start. Follow one of the country's newest wrestling programs and find out how you can be a part of history by clicking on the links below. We will post news and events in order to keep you updated as the season goes on! Good luck to everyone starting their seasons! Challenge yourselves, reach new heights, and embrace the grind! #CardyStyle Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OtterbeinWrestling/?fref=ts Twitter: https://twitter.com/cardywrestling Recruit Questionnaire: http://otterbeincardinals.com/sports/2010/8/3/Gen_0803100318.aspx?id=50 Website: http://www.otterbeincardinals.com/index.aspx?path=wrestling&tab=wrestling
  3. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday the winner of this week's Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honor. Indiana sophomore Luke Blanton (149) picked up his first career weekly award. Blanton had one of the best weekends of his young Indiana career. On December 11, at 20th-ranked Minnesota, Blanton came from behind to upset No. 10 Jake Short in the penultimate bout of the dual. Blanton was behind 6-4 after two periods, then surged ahead with an 11-4 third round in his favor. Blanton sealed the win with a clutch takedown and a two-point nearfall on the edge of the mat with 30 seconds remaining. The win also lifted Indiana to a 19-18 team win over Minnesota, their first Big Ten dual win since 2011. On Sunday, December 13, the Hoosiers took on Eastern Michigan, a team on the brink of cracking the national top 25. Indiana battled to a hard-earned 25-9 win over the Eagles, highlighted by Blanton's win over No. 16 Nicholas Barber in the 149 lbs. bout. Blanton took the dual win on a 4-0 decision, in which the Hoosier displayed excellent defensive work. With this award, Blanton becomes the first Hoosier this season to win the Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honor. He's the first Hoosier to win the award since NCAA runner-up Taylor Walsh (December 31, 2014). The pair of wins garnered national recognition for Blanton. He rose to the No. 20 spot in the latest Asics FloRankings, and sits at 29th in the latest Dual Impact Index polls. After a strong 3-0 weekend, Indiana earned their first national rankings of the season. The Hoosiers are 20th in the latest InterMat team dual rankings, and 22nd in the USA Today/NWCA Coaches Poll. The Hoosiers return to action on Sunday, December 20, when they'll take part in the Reno Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nev. 2015-16 Wrestlers of the Week Nov. 3 Nathan Tomasello, So., OSU Nov. 10 Brett Pfarr, Jr., MINN Nov. 17 Sammy Brooks, Jr., IOWA Nov. 24 Bo Nickal, Fr., PSU Dec. 1 Isaiah Martinez, So., ILL Dec. 8 Micah Jordan, Fr., OSU Dec. 15 Luke Blanton, So., IND
  4. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday the winner of this week's Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honor. Indiana sophomore Luke Blanton (149) picked up his first career weekly award. Blanton had one of the best weekends of his young Indiana career. On December 11, at 20th-ranked Minnesota, Blanton came from behind to upset No. 10 Jake Short in the penultimate bout of the dual. Blanton was behind 6-4 after two periods, then surged ahead with an 11-4 third round in his favor. Blanton sealed the win with a clutch takedown and a two-point nearfall on the edge of the mat with 30 seconds remaining. The win also lifted Indiana to a 19-18 team win over Minnesota, their first Big Ten dual win since 2011. On Sunday, December 13, the Hoosiers took on Eastern Michigan, a team on the brink of cracking the national top 25. Indiana battled to a hard-earned 25-9 win over the Eagles, highlighted by Blanton's win over No. 16 Nicholas Barber in the 149 lbs. bout. Blanton took the dual win on a 4-0 decision, in which the Hoosier displayed excellent defensive work. With this award, Blanton becomes the first Hoosier this season to win the Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honor. He's the first Hoosier to win the award since NCAA runner-up Taylor Walsh (December 31, 2014). The pair of wins garnered national recognition for Blanton. He rose to the No. 20 spot in the latest Asics FloRankings, and sits at 29th in the latest Dual Impact Index polls. After a strong 3-0 weekend, Indiana earned their first national rankings of the season. The Hoosiers are 20th in the latest InterMat team dual rankings, and 22nd in the USA Today/NWCA Coaches Poll. The Hoosiers return to action on Sunday, December 20, when they'll take part in the Reno Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nev. 2015-16 Wrestlers of the Week Nov. 3 Nathan Tomasello, So., OSU Nov. 10 Brett Pfarr, Jr., MINN Nov. 17 Sammy Brooks, Jr., IOWA Nov. 24 Bo Nickal, Fr., PSU Dec. 1 Isaiah Martinez, So., ILL Dec. 8 Micah Jordan, Fr., OSU Dec. 15 Luke Blanton, So., IND Click here to view the article
  5. IPWA H.S. officially starts Monday, March 2nd! Practices will be held every Monday and Wednesday from 7p-830p. Membership is $50/month With over 25 2015 IHSAA State qualifiers, including placers, champs, All-Americans, national champions, college wrestlers, etc., we offer one of the toughest rooms in the state. Led by an All-star staff including Indiana Hall of Famer and 3x undefeated IHSAA State Champion Steven Bradley, 2014 USAW Developmental Coach of the Year Nick Hull, as well as 3x World Medalist Katie Kriebel and 4x All-American Shane Perkey, the instruction is world class, expectations are high, environment is tough and the atmosphere is fun. We provide a very affordable and results oriented opportunity to make great strides in this sport over the spring and summer. Whether you are simply trying to crack the varsity line-up or are ranked #1 in the country, everyone gets better. Space is limited so register today. Coaches and parents, please inquire about our team discounts and private instruction. For more information please visit www.indianaprideacademy.com We look forward to seeing everyone soon!
  6. KRASNOYARSK, Russia – Andrew Howe (Norman, Okla./New York AC) won a silver medal at 74 kg/163 lbs. on the first day of the highly- respected Ivan Yarygin Memorial Grand Prix. In the finals, Howe lost to Ahmed Gadzhimagomedov of Russia in the finals, 2-2. The Russian led 2-0, when Howe scored twice in the final minute. The Russian won the tie-breaker by having the highest value scoring move, a two-pointer. Gadzhimagomedov has previously won gold medals at the Ramzan Kadirov Cup, the Moscow Lights and the Intercontinental Cup tournaments in Russia, as well as the Copa Brazil and the Ukrainian Memorial International. Howe scored a 5-2 win over Boris Makoev of Russia in the semifinals. Makoev was second at the 2013 Dave Schultz Memorial in the USA Howe was an NCAA champion and four-time All-American, competing first for Wisconsin and then for Oklahoma. He was second in the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials. He was attempting to become the 11th American men’s freestyle wrestler to win this event, considered one of the toughest in the world each year. The last American men’s freestyler to win was Steve Mocco, the heavyweight champion in 2009. Five U.S. women have won this event, but Team USA did not have any women entries this year. Eliminated were the two U.S. entries at 57 kg/125 lbs., 2014 U.S. World Team member Tony Ramos (Iowa City, Iowa/Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC) and Matt McDonough (Iowa City, Iowa/Titan Mercury WC/Hawkeye WC). Both were past NCAA champion for the Univ. of Iowa. More updated results will be posted when available, as well as the draws for Saturday. Thanks to United World Wrestling for photos and results.
  7. Figured this might be of interest to some 'round here http://www.mattalkonline.com/st132
  8. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - By sumbmitting their National Letters of Intent, five future student-athletes have signed to be members of the Hoosier Wrestling program starting with the 2015-16 season. Between them, the five wrestlers have seven state championships, three top five finishes at Flonationals and a Fargo Jr. National Champion. TOMMY CASH • 149/152 pounds Indianapolis, Ind. • Lawrence North H.S. - 123-4 career record - Indiana State Champion (138 lbs.) - Fifth at Flonationals GABE KOONTZ • 165 pounds Edgewood, Ind. • Edgewood H.S. - 106-23 career record - Third at Indiana states (160 lbs.) - Ranked #1 in Indiana ELIJAH OLIVER • 125 pounds Memphis, Tenn. • Christian Brothers H.S. - 130-3 career record - Three-time Tennessee state champ (120 lbs.) - Fargo Jr. National Champion GARRETT PEPPLE • 125/133 pounds Kendallville, Ind. • East Noble H.S. - 90-7 career record - Two-time Indiana runner-up - Fourth at Flonationals DEVIN SKATZKA • 165/174 pounds Richmond, Mich. • Richmond H.S. - 141-10 career record - Three-time Michigan state champ (152 lbs.) - Third at Flonationals
  9. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - By sumbmitting their National Letters of Intent, five future student-athletes have signed to be members of the Hoosier Wrestling program starting with the 2015-16 season. Between them, the five wrestlers have seven state championships, three top five finishes at Flonationals and a Fargo Jr. National Champion. TOMMY CASH • 149/152 pounds Indianapolis, Ind. • Lawrence North H.S. - 123-4 career record - Indiana State Champion (138 lbs.) - Fifth at Flonationals GABE KOONTZ • 165 pounds Edgewood, Ind. • Edgewood H.S. - 106-23 career record - Third at Indiana states (160 lbs.) - Ranked #1 in Indiana ELIJAH OLIVER • 125 pounds Memphis, Tenn. • Christian Brothers H.S. - 130-3 career record - Three-time Tennessee state champ (120 lbs.) - Fargo Jr. National Champion GARRETT PEPPLE • 125/133 pounds Kendallville, Ind. • East Noble H.S. - 90-7 career record - Two-time Indiana runner-up - Fourth at Flonationals DEVIN SKATZKA • 165/174 pounds Richmond, Mich. • Richmond H.S. - 141-10 career record - Three-time Michigan state champ (152 lbs.) - Third at Flonationals Click here to view the article
  10. Harold Nichols Open Taylor Walsh (165) - Champion Nate Jackson (174) - 2nd Place Matt Irick (184) - 4th Place Luke Sheridan (197) - 4th Place Full Results Next Event: Keystone Classic at the Palestra (Philadelphia, Penn.) -- November 23, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook AMES, Iowa - Fourteen Hoosiers travelled to Ames, Iowa today to take on the Harold Nichols Open. For nine of them, this was their first action of the season. Indiana finished the day with four wrestlers on the podium. In his first bout of the day, redshirt senior Taylor Walsh earned a pin in 1:42 to become the all-time leader in career pins at Indiana with 48. He followed up his record setting pin with three more in as many matches to advance to the championship. Although he did not earn a fifth fall on the day, Walsh defeated England of Missouri 16-4 in a major decision. Walsh is now 5-0 on the season with a career pin total of 51. Redshirt Sophomore Nate Jackson came close to giving Indiana two Harold Nichols champs, when he was defeated in a 5-3 decision in the championship bout. Jackson ended his day and the first event of the season 4-1. Senior Luke Sheridan went 4-2 for the tournament to obtain a fourth place finish. He added three pins to bring his career total to 24, his last of which was in 21 seconds. Fellow wrestler redshirt shopomore Matt Irickhad a similar day, also finsihing fourth and had a record of 5-2. Irick completed his day with two pins. On the day, there were four other Hoosiers who finished with multiple wins. Sophomore Sean Brown (141) won back-to-back bouts after dropping his first to end 2-2. Also winning two bouts was sophomore Luke Blanton (157), who earned a fall early in the day, with a second period pin of Iowa Western's Gray. Redshirt sophomore Trevor Moody (149) won his first two matches to advance to the quarterfinals where he was defeated in a major decision. Moody wrapped-up the open at 3-2. Redshirt junior Garret Goldman (HWT) lost his first match-up of the day, but won three consecutive bouts by decision (7-3, 2-0, 2-0) in the consolation bracket to finish 3-2. Check out the Hoosier wrestlers at the first home match-ups of the season when they take on SIUE and Manchester on December 13 (10am). Media Contact: Riley Greene, rigreene@indiana.edu
  11. Harold Nichols Open Taylor Walsh (165) - Champion Nate Jackson (174) - 2nd Place Matt Irick (184) - 4th Place Luke Sheridan (197) - 4th Place Full Results Next Event: Keystone Classic at the Palestra (Philadelphia, Penn.) -- November 23, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook AMES, Iowa - Fourteen Hoosiers travelled to Ames, Iowa today to take on the Harold Nichols Open. For nine of them, this was their first action of the season. Indiana finished the day with four wrestlers on the podium. In his first bout of the day, redshirt senior Taylor Walsh earned a pin in 1:42 to become the all-time leader in career pins at Indiana with 48. He followed up his record setting pin with three more in as many matches to advance to the championship. Although he did not earn a fifth fall on the day, Walsh defeated England of Missouri 16-4 in a major decision. Walsh is now 5-0 on the season with a career pin total of 51. Redshirt Sophomore Nate Jackson came close to giving Indiana two Harold Nichols champs, when he was defeated in a 5-3 decision in the championship bout. Jackson ended his day and the first event of the season 4-1. Senior Luke Sheridan went 4-2 for the tournament to obtain a fourth place finish. He added three pins to bring his career total to 24, his last of which was in 21 seconds. Fellow wrestler redshirt shopomore Matt Irickhad a similar day, also finsihing fourth and had a record of 5-2. Irick completed his day with two pins. On the day, there were four other Hoosiers who finished with multiple wins. Sophomore Sean Brown (141) won back-to-back bouts after dropping his first to end 2-2. Also winning two bouts was sophomore Luke Blanton (157), who earned a fall early in the day, with a second period pin of Iowa Western's Gray. Redshirt sophomore Trevor Moody (149) won his first two matches to advance to the quarterfinals where he was defeated in a major decision. Moody wrapped-up the open at 3-2. Redshirt junior Garret Goldman (HWT) lost his first match-up of the day, but won three consecutive bouts by decision (7-3, 2-0, 2-0) in the consolation bracket to finish 3-2. Check out the Hoosier wrestlers at the first home match-ups of the season when they take on SIUE and Manchester on December 13 (10am). Media Contact: Riley Greene, rigreene@indiana.edu Click here to view the article
  12. Freshman Fletcher Miller goes 4-0 to become MSU Open Champion. Michigan State Open Open Results | Freshman/Sophomore Results Next Event: Harold Nichols Open (Ames, Iowa) -- November 8, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook EAST LANSING, Mich. - This past weekend, 13 Hoosier wrestlers competed in the Michigan State Open,five of whom earned top-five finishes in their divisions. There were two divisions in each of the weight classes, Open and Freshman/Sophomore. Redshirt sophomoresJonathan Edwards (141), Trevor Moody (149), Gideon Van Hook (149) and redshirt junior Joe Randazzo (149) competed in the Open division. In the Freshman/Sophomore, sophomores Sean Brown (141), Luke Blanton(157) and Jake Masengale (184), along with freshmen Jake Danishek (157), Bryce Martin (165), Samuel Thomas (165), Brandon Joest (197), Fletcher Miller (HWT) and Gavan Jolley-Little (HWT) all made appearances. The 157-pound Freshman/Sophomore weight class saw two Hoosiers place in the top five. Luke Blantonfinished with a 4-1 record, winning the consolation match for a third place finish. Jake Danishek, lost after winning his first two bouts, but Danishek, winning three straight, wrestled back for fifth place. Fellow freshman, Bryce Martin had a similar day to Danishek, wrestling back for fifth in the Freshman/Sophomore 165-pound class. After coming out on top in his first two bouts, Jake Masengale lost his final two, yet still finished in fourth. Fletcher Miller was a MSU Open champion, going 4-0. He won his first match with a 15-2 major decision to advance to the quarter-finals where he won in a close 8-7 bout. In the semis, Miller won again with an 11-2 major decision. In the finals, Miller won handily, 6-1, against Logan Rimmer of Notre Dame College to claim first. The Hoosiers will compete in the Harold Nichols Open on November 8, 2014 in Ames, Iowa.
  13. Freshman Fletcher Miller goes 4-0 to become MSU Open Champion. Michigan State Open Open Results | Freshman/Sophomore Results Next Event: Harold Nichols Open (Ames, Iowa) -- November 8, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook EAST LANSING, Mich. - This past weekend, 13 Hoosier wrestlers competed in the Michigan State Open,five of whom earned top-five finishes in their divisions. There were two divisions in each of the weight classes, Open and Freshman/Sophomore. Redshirt sophomoresJonathan Edwards (141), Trevor Moody (149), Gideon Van Hook (149) and redshirt junior Joe Randazzo (149) competed in the Open division. In the Freshman/Sophomore, sophomores Sean Brown (141), Luke Blanton(157) and Jake Masengale (184), along with freshmen Jake Danishek (157), Bryce Martin (165), Samuel Thomas (165), Brandon Joest (197), Fletcher Miller (HWT) and Gavan Jolley-Little (HWT) all made appearances. The 157-pound Freshman/Sophomore weight class saw two Hoosiers place in the top five. Luke Blantonfinished with a 4-1 record, winning the consolation match for a third place finish. Jake Danishek, lost after winning his first two bouts, but Danishek, winning three straight, wrestled back for fifth place. Fellow freshman, Bryce Martin had a similar day to Danishek, wrestling back for fifth in the Freshman/Sophomore 165-pound class. After coming out on top in his first two bouts, Jake Masengale lost his final two, yet still finished in fourth. Fletcher Miller was a MSU Open champion, going 4-0. He won his first match with a 15-2 major decision to advance to the quarter-finals where he won in a close 8-7 bout. In the semis, Miller won again with an 11-2 major decision. In the finals, Miller won handily, 6-1, against Logan Rimmer of Notre Dame College to claim first. The Hoosiers will compete in the Harold Nichols Open on November 8, 2014 in Ames, Iowa. Click here to view the article
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