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Four Unbeatens in Semi Finals at Same Weight @ State Finals

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It happened in 2000 at 140 lbs.

 

Erik Keith- Portage was the undefeated state champion over previously undefeated Derek Donaldson- Plainfield.  Jerald Ridley- FW Northrop and Josh Baxter- Pike were also undefeated until the semis.

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It happened in 2000 at 140 lbs.

 

Erik Keith- Portage was the undefeated state champion over previously undefeated Derek Donaldson- Plainfield.  Jerald Ridley- FW Northrop and Josh Baxter- Pike were also undefeated until the semis.

 

This is brought up every year around this time. Wonder when it will happen again. Haven't looked at the brackets closely enough, which bracket this year has the most undefeated wrestlers, how many? 

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This is brought up every year around this time. Wonder when it will happen again. Haven't looked at the brackets closely enough, which bracket this year has the most undefeated wrestlers, how man

 

I did search this topic before I posted it.

 

I must be using that feature wrong...Please show me.

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Happened 2014 at 220. Gelen Robinson, Fletcher Miller, Conner Tolley, and Dylan Faulkenberg

It actually didn't happen in 2014, as Fletcher had a single loss to Wes Bernard. I believe the final score was 4-3.

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It happened in 2000 at 140 lbs.

 

Erik Keith- Portage was the undefeated state champion over previously undefeated Derek Donaldson- Plainfield.  Jerald Ridley- FW Northrop and Josh Baxter- Pike were also undefeated until the semis.

If I'm not mistaken all (3) matches, semis & finals, went into OT!

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2000
Josh Baxter (45-0), senior, Pike (SQ at 130)

Derek Donelson (41-0), senior, Plainfield Won 2-1 (could has sworn he placed as a junior  but couldnt find it)

 

Eric Keith (49-0), senior, Portage Won 3-1 (SQ as a soph-couldnt find anything on him as a junior)

Jarald Ridley (33-0), senior, Fort Wayne Northrop (6th at 125)

 

Keith 50-0 over Donelson 41-1 OT win 2-1 for 1st

 

Ridley 34-1 over Baxter 45-2 with a 5-4 win for 3rd

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2000

Josh Baxter (45-0), senior, Pike (SQ at 130)

Derek Donelson (41-0), senior, Plainfield Won 2-1 (could has sworn he placed as a junior  but couldnt find it)

 

Eric Keith (49-0), senior, Portage Won 3-1 (SQ as a soph-couldnt find anything on him as a junior)

Jarald Ridley (33-0), senior, Fort Wayne Northrop (6th at 125)

 

Keith 50-0 over Donelson 41-1 OT win 2-1 for 1st

 

Ridley 34-1 over Baxter 45-2 with a 5-4 win for 3rd

Luckily this website has some useful tools

 

Josh Baxter

http://indianamat.com/index.php/page/wrestler_detail.html/_/graduated/josh-baxter-r3248

Derek Donelson

http://indianamat.com/index.php/page/wrestler_detail.html/_/graduated/derek-donelson-r3105

Eric Keith

http://indianamat.com/index.php/page/wrestler_detail.html/_/graduated/eric-keith-r3129

Jarald Ridley

http://indianamat.com/index.php/page/wrestler_detail.html/_/graduated/jarald-ridley-r559

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This website is awesome.

Sometimes wrongly taken for granted since it has been around a long time.

Thanks to the guys that run this site and help keep the spot light on Indiana wrestling.

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Couldve happened last year @220. Not very often are there 4 unbeaten at state in the same weight, let alone they all make it to semis

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