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#13 Crown point vs #19 Hobart 12/19 region sports coverage

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a couple of region powerhouses will be going at it Tuesday. It should be a great atmosphere Johansen put together a hype video. Will we get a brickies team at full strength? 

Region sports will broadcast live. My self mike Reiser and Josh Morgan will be on the call. 

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Possible Match-Ups (Based On Latest Results)

 

106 Jacob Carter (CP) vs Rodney Cardwell (H)

113 Julio Reyes (CP) vs Christian Padilla (H)

120 Billy Majszak (CP) vs Tylor Triana (H) or Nathan Shammert (H)

126 Kaellin Kelly (CP) vs Tylor Triana (H)

132 Colin Taylor (CP) vs Quentin Gomez (H)

138 Jake Buford (CP) vs Hayden Homoky (H)

145 Caden Rice (CP) vs Tyler Turley (H)

152 Noah Lamore (CP) vs Mikey Hunter (H)

160 Oszkar Kasch (CP) vs Dante Colza V (H)

170 Mario Traficante (CP) vs Zack Fattore (H)

182 Ethan Potosky (CP) vs Jacob Vode (H)

195 Nick Devany (CP) vs Drake Recio (H)

220 Jacob Jeeninga (CP) vs Bobby Babcock (H)

285 Michael Foster (CP) vs Ryan Pisarski (H) or Kedrick Morris (H)


 

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1 hour ago, Dogs said:

Thank You Mike and Josh......You guys do a great job covering and promoting our kids in NW Indiana....It is greatly appreciated!!!!

What he said!  You guys have a solid grasp of where the sport is and where it's been, and especially what wrestling in the Region is all about!  Big props!

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Enjoyed being able to watch this great dual. Thanks to all involved and nice job with the broadcast! Someone can definitely make a fist. ☺

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Great Match, Great Crowd, Great Atmosphere!

Crown Point 37.00 Hobart 26.00

106 — Jacob Carter (CP) p. James Corgan 1:11. 113 — Julio Reyes (CP) d. Cristian Padilla 4-2. 120 — Nathan Schammert (H) p. Billy Majszak 3:37.

126 — Tylor Triana (H) d. Kaellin Kelly 4-2. 132 — Collin Taylor (CP) d. Quentin Gomez 4-3. 138 — Jake Burford (CP) p. Hayden Homoky 1:18.

145 — Tyler Turley (H) d. Noah Hollendoner 11-6. 152 — Noah Lamore (CP) p. Michael Hunter 3:18.160 — Oszkar Kasch (CP) d. Dante Colza 5-3.

170 — Zack Fattore (H) technical fall Mario Traficanti 15-0, 6:00. 182 — Ethan Potosky (CP) d. Jacob Vode 13-2. 195 — Drake Recio (H) p. Nick Devany 1:28.

220 — Bobby Babcock (H) d. Jacob Jeeninga 13-9. 285 — Michael Foster (CP) p. Ryan Pisarski 1:01.

 

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To shake? Or not to shake? That is the question.  

Should'nt we be coaching our wrestlers to be respectful and disciplined, and to be able to control their emotions in such an intense setting as young men?  One out of fourteen CP wrestlers went to shake Hobart's hand. The one that did, ran by after his victory and swatted at the Head Coach as he went to extend his hand.  My point is, why doesn't CP wrestlers shake hands?  It's been that way since 1997 when I started HS. 

 

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15 minutes ago, Cosgrove said:

Being outside for a long time I thought that and then being there I did notice we shale hands on introductions, before the match starts and also when the dual ends. 

Every other team in the state does that as well^^.  So you're saying the Bulldogs shook hands enough times during the meet that's it's ok for them to ignore the coaches from the home team? While EVERY Brickie, win or lose, shook your hand or another coach's.  It was that way at CP with Vlink in the '90s and it's sad to see it still stinking.

It was a great matchup with a helluva crowd, like it should be every time, proving once again Hobart wrestling belongs back in the Duneland Athletic Conference!

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10 hours ago, Jimmypock said:

 

Every other team in the state does that as well^^.  So you're saying the Bulldogs shook hands enough times during the meet that's it's ok for them to ignore the coaches from the home team? While EVERY Brickie, win or lose, shook your hand or another coach's.  It was that way at CP with Vlink in the '90s and it's sad to see it still stinking.

It was a great matchup with a helluva crowd, like it should be every time, proving once again Hobart wrestling belongs back in the Duneland Athletic Conference!

The good ole shaking hands argument. 

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