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Junior Duals started this morning with greco action. Here are the updated results as of round two.

 

Match #1 Quarterfinal
Indiana defeated North Dakota 2 47-17
126 - Gavin Rose (Indiana ) over Danny Monatukwa (North Dakota 2) TF 10-0
132 - Asa Garcia (Indiana ) over Sam Goodman (North Dakota 2) TF 10-0
138 - Trevon McClaanahan (North Dakota 2) over Braden Brooks (Indiana ) TF 10-0
145 - Cooper Noehre (Indiana ) over Ethan Fleck (North Dakota 2) Fall 1:08
152 - Nathan Conley (Indiana ) over Payton Witt (North Dakota 2) TF 11-0
160 - Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) over Brody Mohr (North Dakota 2) Fall 0:58
170 - Jesse Johns (Indiana ) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
182 - Nick Willham (Indiana ) over Cade Pederson (North Dakota 2) Dec 6-3
195 - Thomas Penola (Indiana ) over Jake Tangen (North Dakota 2) TF 16-6
220 - Hunter Gulden (Indiana ) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
285 - Jaden Oestern (North Dakota 2) over Brody Miskimon (Indiana ) Fall 0:29
100 - Wyatt Engwicht (North Dakota 2) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
106 - Double Forfeit
113 - Danny Tolin (Indiana ) over Caleb Nielsen (North Dakota 2) TF 10-0
120 - Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) over Clay Radenz (North Dakota 2) TF 16-5

 


Match #2 Semifinal
Illinois defeated Indiana 58-7
132 - Ezra Elliott (Illinois) over Asa Garcia (Indiana ) TF 10-0
138 - Michael Gunther (Illinois) over Braden Brooks (Indiana ) TF 10-0
145 - We Rachal (Illinois) over Matt Lee (Indiana ) TF 10-0
152 - Jake Stiles (Illinois) over Kasper McKintosh (Indiana ) TF 11-0
160 - Jared Head (Illinois) over Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) TF 11-0
170 - Rozell Baker (Illinois) over Jesse Johns (Indiana ) TF 10-0
182 - Jack Jessen (Illinois) over Noah Cressell (Indiana ) Fall 1:42
195 - Lucas Davison (Indiana ) over Peter Christensen (Illinois) TF 14-3
220 - Jace Punke (Illinois) over Hunter Gulden (Indiana ) TF 10-0
285 - Anthony Cassioppi (Illinois) over Yehezquel DeVault (Indiana ) Fall 0:47
100 - Ronan Schuelke (Illinois) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
106 - Sawyer Nash (Illinois) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
113 - Jacob Moran (Indiana ) over James Ruston (Illinois) Dec 8-2
120 - Dylan Ragusin (Illinois) over Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) TF 12-0
126 - Sam Spencer (Illinois) over Gavin Rose (Indiana ) TF 11-0

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Big win by our guys this round, they are still alive for true second in pool A, they will have to beat Missouri and Iowa to get into the top 8.

 

Match #3 Cons. Semi
Indiana defeated Minnesota 2 39-27
138 - FABYON GREER (Minnesota 2) over Braden Brooks (Indiana ) TF 10-0
145 - Matt Lee (Indiana ) over BRADY GROSS (Minnesota 2) TF 10-0
152 - Kasper McKintosh (Indiana ) over NICK DUNAGAN (Minnesota 2) Fall 1:22
160 - Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) over WILLIE BASTYR (Minnesota 2) TF 14-4
170 - RILEY HABISCH (Minnesota 2) over Jesse Johns (Indiana ) Fall 0:30
182 - Noah Cressell (Indiana ) over CALVIN SUND (Minnesota 2) TF 13-0
195 - TY MOSER (Minnesota 2) over Thomas Penola (Indiana ) Dec 7-6
220 - Lucas Davison (Indiana ) over JAKE ERCHENBRACK (Minnesota 2) TF 10-0
285 - NICK PIERCE (Minnesota 2) over Yehezquel DeVault (Indiana ) Dec 6-4
100 - CAEL LORENTZ (Minnesota 2) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
106 - NICHOLAS LATTERY (Minnesota 2) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
113 - Jacob Moran (Indiana ) over RYAN BORRIS (Minnesota 2) TF 10-0
120 - Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) over WILL MAGAARD (Minnesota 2) TF 11-0
126 - Gavin Rose (Indiana ) over TRAYTON ANDERSON (Minnesota 2) Fall 1:17
132 - Asa Garcia (Indiana ) over JUSTIN SAMPSON (Minnesota 2) Dec 10-7

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Posted (edited)

Indiana finishes 4th in pool A after a hard fought battle with Missouri. Tonight they wrestle one dual in the Bronze/Copper Pool tonight and finish up the rest of the placement pool tomorrow. 

 

Match #4 3rd Place Match
Missouri defeated Indiana 39-30
145 - Cooper Noehre (Indiana ) over Sam Frankowski (Missouri) TF 10-0
152 - Aidan Johnson (Missouri) over Nathan Conley (Indiana ) Dec 4-3
160 - Andrew Gamble (Missouri) over Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) TF 16-4
170 - Greyden Penner (Missouri) over Jesse Johns (Indiana ) Fall 2:19
182 - Sam East (Missouri) over Nick Willham (Indiana ) Dec 8-1
195 - Thomas Penola (Indiana ) over Stephen Elwell (Missouri) TF 12-1
220 - Lucas Davison (Indiana ) over Zach Hazen (Missouri) TF 12-1
285 - Brooks Baker (Missouri) over Brody Miskimon (Indiana ) Dec 6-1
100 - Landon Kivett (Missouri) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
106 - Garrett Deason (Missouri) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
113 - Danny Tolin (Indiana ) over James Freitag (Missouri) TF 10-0
120 - Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) over Josh Kyle (Missouri) Fall 2:37
126 - Trey Crawford (Missouri) over Tanner DeMien (Indiana ) Dec 20-13
132 - Austin Kincaid (Missouri) over Gavin Rose (Indiana ) Fall 0:48
138 - Asa Garcia (Indiana ) over Nick Filger (Missouri) TF 24-14

Edited by gogoplata89

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First round of the Bronze/Copper pool didn't go Indiana's way last night, they will have 3 more duals today. Freestyle tomorrow.

 

 

BRONZE/COPPER - Indiana
Match #1 Round 1
Pennsylvania defeated Indiana 40-25
160 - Jake Stefanowicz (Pennsylvania) over Kasper McIntosh (Indiana ) Dec 11-2
170 - Angel Garcia (Pennsylvania) over Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) TF 10-0
182 - Noah Cressell (Indiana ) over Ben Root (Pennsylvania) TF 11-0
195 - Thomas Penola (Indiana ) over Jack Wimmer (Pennsylvania) Dec 6-2
220 - Lucas Davison (Indiana ) over Greg Bensley-Dobish (Pennsylvania) TF 12-1
285 - Kawaun DeBoe (Pennsylvania) over Yehezquel DeVault (Indiana ) TF 13-0
100 - Joey Fisher (Pennsylvania) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
106 - Keanu Manuel (Pennsylvania) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
113 - David Evans (Pennsylvania) over Danny Tolin (Indiana ) Dec 6-5
120 - Nick ONea (Pennsylvania) over Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) Dec 20-15
126 - Gavin Rose (Indiana ) over Chase Shields (Pennsylvania) TF 16-6
132 - Mike Madara (Pennsylvania) over Asa Garcia (Indiana ) Dec 11-6
138 - Mosha Schwartz (Pennsylvania) over Braden Brooks (Indiana ) TF 13-0
145 - Edward Scott (Pennsylvania) over Matt Lee (Indiana ) Dec 14-10
152 - Nathan Conley (Indiana ) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf

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Like it's already been said, 2 forfeits are hard to come back from. None the less this team keeps wrestling tough. Florida is up next for Team Indiana.

Match #2 Round 2
North Dakota 1 defeated Indiana 40-30
170 - Payton Hume (North Dakota 1) over Jesse Johns (Indiana ) TF 13-0
182 - Noah Cressell (Indiana ) over Riley Schock (North Dakota 1) TF 10-0
195 - Lucas Davison (Indiana ) over Matt Kaylor (North Dakota 1) TF 10-0
220 - Thomas Penola (Indiana ) over Jordan Urbach (North Dakota 1) Fall 1:22
285 - Andre Baguma (North Dakota 1) over Brody Miskimon (Indiana ) Fall 0:33
100 - Christian Tanefau (North Dakota 1) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
106 - Wilfried Tanefau (North Dakota 1) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf
113 - Jacob Moran (Indiana ) over Nate Savageau (North Dakota 1) TF 10-0
120 - Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) over Kelby Armstrong (North Dakota 1) Fall 0:52
126 - Kyle Burwick (North Dakota 1) over Tanner DeMien (Indiana ) TF 13-2
132 - Ryan Ripplinger (North Dakota 1) over Asa Garcia (Indiana ) TF 12-2
138 - William Kleinknecht (North Dakota 1) over Braden Brooks (Indiana ) TF 14-3
145 - Michael Weber (North Dakota 1) over Cooper Noehre (Indiana ) TF 14-3
152 - Kasper McIntosh (Indiana ) over Jordan Sours (North Dakota 1) TF 16-6
160 - Jared Franek (North Dakota 1) over Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) TF 10-0

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17 hours ago, Chapdaddy said:

Why doesn't Indiana team have 100 or 106 pounders?  Hard to take a double forfeit.

 

Hard to find kids that size that are junior age level or even a Cadet in high school.

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Indiana wins against Florida and will wrestle for 13th place overall. 

 

Match #3 Round 3

Indiana defeated Florida 41-28

  • 182 - Nick Willham (Indiana ) over Alexis Cruz (Florida) Fall 1:25
  • 195 - Thomas Penola (Indiana ) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf 
  • 220 - Lucas Davison (Indiana ) over Dakota Fagg (Florida) Fall 0:32
  • 285 - Max Diaz (Florida) over Yehezquel DeVault (Indiana ) Fall 1:16
  • 100 - Zion Gonzalez (Florida) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf 
  • 106 - Dylan Sparkman (Florida) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf 
  • 113 - Jacob Moran (Indiana ) over Ryan Rowland (Florida) Dec 9-2
  • 120 - Devon Casebolt (Indiana ) over Christopher Busutil (Florida) TF 10-0
  • 126 - Bretli Reyna (Florida) over Gavin Rose (Indiana ) Dec 16-13
  • 132 - Malyke Hines (Florida) over Asa Garcia (Indiana ) TF 17-6
  • 138 - Frankie Tal-Shahar (Florida) over Braden Brooks (Indiana ) TF 10-0
  • 145 - Matt Lee (Indiana ) over Ethan Basile (Florida) TF 10-0
  • 152 - Nathan Conley (Indiana ) over Ethan Woods (Florida) Dec 12-3
  • 160 - Jacob LaPlace (Indiana ) over Nicholas Esposito (Florida) Fall 2:20
  • 170 - Jesse Johns (Indiana ) over Unknown (Unattached) Forf

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On June 21, 2018 at 10:15 AM, Y2CJ41 said:

Hard to find kids that size that are junior age level or even a Cadet in high school.

Yeah but if North Dakota can manage it you have to wonder why we can't find anyone to wrestle those spots.

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6 hours ago, Silvertone1696 said:

Yeah but if North Dakota can manage it you have to wonder why we can't find anyone to wrestle those spots.

Maybe because Indiana is full of big healthy corn fed boys and North Dakota is not... Maybe???? 

Seriously, our team leaders are doing a much better job filling teams this year. I went to Fargo camp yesterday and was amazed by the numbers. I was told we actually have to take a third bus! Freestyle is growing once more in our state. As it grows, we will once again be able to fill these teams. Just seems we are pulling out of a dark time for freestyle In our state’s wrestling history. With that said, people get in this board a question “Why can’t we fill this or that spot?” Hell... if it bothers you that bad that you have to get on a forum to talk about it.... step up and help find kids. If we as a community all got the word out about the open spots... we would have a better shot of filling these teams.

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It's beating a dead horse at this point about the whys of filling these teams is difficult. Overall you are right Freestyle is growing and hopefully we make the changes necessary to boost it even more and find ways to increase the overall ability of our freestyle wrestlers. I see a lot of our top guys struggle with some freestyle concepts that they just don't know. Its not an issue of ability or lack of coaching just a lack of having that kind of mat awareness. I know that next year I expect to have a large youth push of freestyle at the burg. I had a good little group this year but the one issue they had was that the amount of practice we got in the short time was not conducive to helping them grow as freestyle wrestlers. My thought is to rid ourselves of the club/academy qualifiers and have those be 2hr clinics where we go over high level and beginner freestyle Technique. I would be more than willing to host and take responsibility for the newbies and have someone who is much greater than I show some higher level strategy and technique to our studs (guys like Angel, or Coach Ersland, Brandon Wright, Deondre, guys who competed at that intense level) We will get there I have no doubt we are on an upswing and for that I am happy but we will have some growing pains.

Im sure someone will eat me up on something I said but ehh its my 2 cents which are worth way less than even that.

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1 hour ago, Fabio Jr. said:

I had a good little group this year but the one issue they had was that the amount of practice we got in the short time was not conducive to helping them grow as freestyle wrestlers.

 

Not to drive to far off topic, but I’ve been a big advocate of moving the freestyle season including state back a few week or even more.   Or dare I say it, ending the youth folkstyle a couple weeks earlier.  

Currently for many wrestlers trying freestyle it feels like they are just starting to understand the rules/techniques right when state occurs. Most definitely are not good at them by state and end up not confident in them enough to use the techniques at state, they use them with minimal success, or they backfire and it cost them points/position.  That’s not encouging many to keep trying it.  I’m going to even guess many wrestlers still don’t bother doing freestyle because of past experiences with the season getting over quickly and not ever having a chance to get comfortable with the style.

Give the coaches a few more weeks after folkstyle finishes to transition to freestyle to help the wrestlers learn and develop freestyle techniques instead of rush into the season and wrap it up in a short time period.  With a few more weeks of practice and getting comfortable they then have time to put those techniques to the test and refine them on several weekend meets before state occurs.  If you’ve cleaned thing up by state you are more willing to try the techniques and have a better chance at being successful with them.    It’s a lot easier to invest your time and effort into something when you are given time to clean the technique up so it work right in a match.  

 

And yes yes I would be fine with a clinic type event counting as one of the two required competition if they trained freestyle specific techniques for half of the time and then offered live wrestled marches for the other half.   

Edited by MattM

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