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Tough round of 32 for sure. I know Brewers match was a bit crazy (just scored weird). But the boys bounce back. 

Willham, Cressell, and Carson (182) all move on to day two. That’s great. 

Still alive in consos are:

mosconi

asa 

matt lee

kidwell

rouix

bynum

 

 

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To follow up with MattyB:

The cadets still battling

Warren going for 7th

Littell,Drousias,Seltzer,Hall and Ellis are all in the conso semis. Best of luck fellas

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7 minutes ago, Y2CJ41 said:

Cottey still needs tow in one more match

Thats right I’m sorry!!! I guess I’m predicting it!!! 

 

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Some updates on upcoming matches for Juniors

Quarter Finals(1 win from AA)
106- Alexzander Cottey- Has Anthony King of Illinois next, he is a 3rd placer this past year.

Consi of 16 #2(3 wins from AA)
120- Raymond Rioux- Has Anthony Clark a 2-time New Jersey state champ next
126- Asa Garcia- Has Cael Happel from Iowa then returning Fargo champ Pat McKee in next two matches

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Posted (edited)

M Lee got beat and is out. 

Looks like Bryar Hall will be wrestling for 3rd after a late scare!!! I’m telling you....... that boy!

Watching JD Minch reffing on the stage (mat 1)!!!!

Edited by Mattyb

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Donnell Washington of Portage via IL has been finding some ways to win late to hang on in the consol’s.  

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2 minutes ago, Mattyb said:

Brewer gives up the late takedown to lose. He’s out. 

I seen Carson was up 4-0 and then when I scrolled bk it was tied.. heartbreaker

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Updated juniors

Quarter Finals(1 win from AA)
106- Alexzander Cottey- Has Anthony King of Illinois next, he is a 3rd placer this past year.
152- Brayton Lee- Has Josh Otto of Wisconsin, then possibly Purdue recruit Kendall Coleman in the semi-finals. Otto was 4th as a cadet last year.
195- Lucas Davison- Has Sergio Villalobos of Illinois next, he wsa a 2016 Cadet runner-up.
285- Mason Parris- He is good, waiting for his semi-finals match again Cassioppi.

Consi of 16 #2(3 wins from AA)
120- Raymond Rioux- Has Anthony Clark a 2-time New Jersey state champ next
126- Asa Garcia- Has Cael Happel from Iowa then returning Fargo champ Pat McKee in next two matches
182- Noah Cressel- Has Michael Kustanbauter of Pennsylvania. Zac Braunagel likely looms next he placed 4th last year in Juniors. 

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1 minute ago, Y2CJ41 said:

Updated juniors

Quarter Finals(1 win from AA)
106- Alexzander Cottey- Has Anthony King of Illinois next, he is a 3rd placer this past year.
152- Brayton Lee- Has Josh Otto of Wisconsin, then possibly Purdue recruit Kendall Coleman in the semi-finals. Otto was 4th as a cadet last year.
195- Lucas Davison- Has Sergio Villalobos of Illinois next, he wsa a 2016 Cadet runner-up.
285- Mason Parris- He is good, waiting for his semi-finals match again Cassioppi.

Consi of 16 #2(3 wins from AA)
120- Raymond Rioux- Has Anthony Clark a 2-time New Jersey state champ next
126- Asa Garcia- Has Cael Happel from Iowa then returning Fargo champ Pat McKee in next two matches
182- Noah Cressel- Has Michael Kustanbauter of Pennsylvania. Zac Braunagel likely looms next he placed 4th last year in Juniors. 

Braunangel holds multiple wins over jessen who is a animal too.

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On 7/14/2018 at 9:13 PM, MattM said:

Artalona looking for the safest possible path to a impressive 5th Fargo title run.  

He lost in qtrs so no Fargo title this year 

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5 minutes ago, 1prouddad said:

He lost in qtrs so no Fargo title this year 

Round of 16 actually, so he’s got a few more consol matches to even AA.  TX has a few tough kids hiding down there. 

Edited by MattM

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20 minutes ago, MattM said:

D. Washington can’t mount another comeback and he’s out for IL. 

BTW... Why Illinois….. does he not live in Portage?

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Juniors have four left

Semi-Finals
152- Brayton Lee- Has Purdue recruit Kendall Coleman
195- Lucas Davison- Has Austin Cooley of Massachusetts. Cooley is a Pitt commit and was 6th at the Ironman for prep powerhouse Wyoming Seminary.
285- Mason Parris- Has Anthony Cassioppi in the semis. Cassioppi is an Iowa recruit that won a Junior Triple Crown last year and is looking to repeat.

Consi round of 8 #2(1 win from AA)
106- Alexzander Cottey- Has Tommy Larson of Wisconsin. Larson is a state champ and placed 4th at USAW Folkstyle Nationals.

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44 minutes ago, Mattyb said:

BTW... Why Illinois….. does he not live in Portage?

He's a Harvey Twister as well.

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1 hour ago, busstogate said:

He's a Harvey Twister as well.

I get that... trust me I have seen the Harvey twisters for years. I have a lot of respect for them and D Washington. I just thought that it was mandatory to wrestle for the state that you live in. Really did not mean to be directed at him (which it was and I apologize for that). I was meant a general question, I guess. I know that have had kids that go to school in Illinois, but wrestle for Indiana. Do those kids have a choice? 

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