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What is your opinion on the toughest SS over all to get through? I know some certain wt classes at particular SS,s are stacked like crazy . But over all witch one do you believe is the toughest? I am just looking for insight from guys all over the state to try to narrow this answer down. 

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New Castle historically has had the most placers and the best winning percentage.  East Chicago  or formerly  Merrillville typically has the most state champions.      Evansville might be the toughest this year with the dominant #County teams in it.    Ft Wayne has Y2  and his historical stats that can make that SS look good.

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According to the numbers - using a highly technological algorithm, in the last five years the New Castle semistate should have had 70 champs. But, due to complex issues such as interest rate, voting record, mom's apple pie and Brayton Lee - the number is only at 25.

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1 hour ago, Wrestling Scholar said:

New Castle historically has had the most placers and the best winning percentage.  East Chicago  or formerly  Merrillville typically has the most state champions.      Evansville might be the toughest this year with the dominant #County teams in it.    Ft Wayne has Y2  and his historical stats that can make that SS look good.

Good info, thank you. We come through NC SS & have won our regional a few times , but it has not been easy to get our boys through that ticket round. We usually get one through, but as we all know that's where you start to separate the good from the great. 

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1 minute ago, backtothemat said:

I think a more interesting question what are the toughest SS's by weight class?  Anyone up for the challenge?

That is an interesting question,  I look forward to someone breaking that down for us. 

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26 minutes ago, backtothemat said:

I think a more interesting question what are the toughest SS's by weight class?  Anyone up for the challenge?

The toughest on I know of is Evansville 138. It’s crazy! In no order....

Mulkey- brownsburg- senior

Miranda- Avon- senior

Campbell- Ben Davis- senior

Combest- Columbus East- Senior

Matt Lee- EMD

and the first three are in the same sectional!!! 

Dont see a tougher semi-state weight class out there. Prove me wrong.

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2 hours ago, Mattyb said:

The toughest on I know of is Evansville 138. It’s crazy! In no order....

Mulkey- brownsburg- senior

Miranda- Avon- senior

Campbell- Ben Davis- senior

Combest- Columbus East- Senior

Matt Lee- EMD

and the first three are in the same sectional!!! 

Dont see a tougher semi-state weight class out there. Prove me wrong.

Evansville 126 will be fun too... you'll have Rooks, Garcia, Mills, Denny, Cash, etc.  Should be a great year with those boys being battle tested come state time!  

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1 hour ago, regionrat1 said:

do you relly want me to express my opinion - we let da rest fight for da scraps

Opinions make the discussion,  Mattyb makes a great point for 138 Evansville,  & what about 220 NC ? You got scraps for Mason Parris? 

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6 minutes ago, teammills said:

Evansville 126 will be fun too... you'll have Rooks, Garcia, Mills, Denny, Cash, etc.  Should be a great year with those boys being battle tested come state time!  

I’ll add Willis of Castle and whom ever lands there from MD. Agree this might be tougher than 138!  

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13 minutes ago, teammills said:

Evansville 126 will be fun too... you'll have Rooks, Garcia, Mills, Denny, Cash, etc.  Should be a great year with those boys being battle tested come state time!  

Dang... Mills may have me there! I’m sure EMD will have a stud too! 

So... I would say the two toughest weights will be at ESS. 

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6 hours ago, Mattyb said:

The toughest on I know of is Evansville 138. It’s crazy! In no order....

Mulkey- brownsburg- senior

Miranda- Avon- senior

Campbell- Ben Davis- senior

Combest- Columbus East- Senior

Matt Lee- EMD

and the first three are in the same sectional!!! 

Dont see a tougher semi-state weight class out there. Prove me wrong.

Not 100%,but i believe D.Craig (J.C) beat Campbell (B.D) today

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170 @ EVV is going to be another exciting one. 

Gleason MappesCenter Grove

2Chase WilsonPrinceton

3Carson BrewerAvon

4Triztan CarsonDanville

5Zane BeinekeJennings County

6Devon StikesFloyd Central

  

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4 minutes ago, 1prouddad said:

170 @ EVV is going to be another exciting one. 

Gleason MappesCenter Grove

2Chase WilsonPrinceton

3Carson BrewerAvon

4Triztan CarsonDanville

5Zane BeinekeJennings County

6Devon StikesFloyd Central

  

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5 hours ago, backtothemat said:

I’ll add Willis of Castle and whom ever lands there from MD. Agree this might be tougher than 138!  

Unless he really picked up a lot of size we can add a very tough Owen Sego from Indian Creek in the mix too. I believe he's only a sophomore this year. 

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18 hours ago, teammills said:

Evansville 126 will be fun too... you'll have Rooks, Garcia, Mills, Denny, Cash, etc.  Should be a great year with those boys being battle tested come state time!  

I believe Cash dropped to 120. Not 100% positive but pretty sure.  126 is stacked all across the state.  As is 132 & 138 from what I've seen . 

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