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Alaska's state champ who moved to Indiana goes down in second round in OT by  Anthony Poindexter jr.

I don't see Asa anywhere? 

Brock Peele over Jevian Ross 6-3

Gvin Alstott over Logan Sutton 2-0

Brewer 3-0 with 3 pins.

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Unfortunately ASA was off all weekend. Look forward to him making us all proud at Super 32!

Want to thank Joe, Mark, Nick, the refs, and all others for an outstanding event. Full mats all day. Stud vs stud match after match. Great stuff!!!

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1 hour ago, Mattyb said:

Unfortunately ASA was off all weekend. Look forward to him making us all proud at Super 32!

Want to thank Joe, Mark, Nick, the refs, and all others for an outstanding event. Full mats all day. Stud vs stud match after match. Great stuff!!!

Agreed.  Very efficiently ran all the way back to weigh ins.  And.......we darn near got that Indiana weight class sweep!

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Indiana Champs, Runner-ups and placewinners.  Very dominate showing overall by our Hoosier Hammers.

109lbs
1st-Nelson
2nd-Diaz
4th-Watson 

116lbs
1st-Moran
2nd-Seltzer

123lbs
1st-Mendez
2nd-Littell
4th-Wagner

129lbs
2nd-Rioux 
4th-Wilkerson 

135lbs
2nd-Campbell 

141lbs
2nd-Gimson
3rd-Mosconni
4th-Viduya

148lbs
2nd-Mutschler
3rd-Graves 
4th-Coleman 

155lbs
1st-Rodgers 
4th-Hicks 

163lbs
1st-Washington
2nd-Calhoun
3rd-Laplace
4th-Slivka

173lbs
1st-Blubaugh
3rd-Walker 
4th-Saez

185lbs
1st-Brewer
2nd-Morgan

198lbs
1st-Allred

223lbs
1st-Cornwell

288lbs
1st-Deloof
3rd-Rosales

 

Apologies if I missed anyone.

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7 hours ago, Perseverance said:

Indiana Champs, Runner-ups and placewinners.  Very dominate showing overall by our Hoosier Hammers.

109lbs
1st-Nelson
2nd-Diaz
4th-Watson 

116lbs
1st-Moran
2nd-Seltzer

123lbs
1st-Mendez
2nd-Littell
4th-Wagner

129lbs
2nd-Rioux 
4th-Wilkerson 

135lbs
2nd-Campbell 

141lbs
2nd-Gimson
3rd-Mosconni
4th-Viduya

148lbs
2nd-Mutschler
3rd-Graves 
4th-Coleman 

155lbs
1st-Rodgers 
4th-Hicks 

163lbs
1st-Washington
2nd-Calhoun
3rd-Laplace
4th-Slivka

173lbs
1st-Blubaugh
3rd-Walker 
4th-Saez

185lbs
1st-Brewer
2nd-Morgan

198lbs
1st-Allred

223lbs
1st-Cornwell

288lbs
1st-Deloof
3rd-Rosales

 

Apologies if I missed anyone.

There was a sweep at 109 as well... missed these 2 Crown Point studs

109- Roberson-3rd
116- Bettich- 3rd

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Biggest matchups & outcomes ? 

KT Nelson major SP Diaz 12-2

Seltzer major Michigan State Champ  Bettich 12-1 ... surprised Pistol 

Mendez pins Lowery ... Surprised Pistol 

Mendez over Littell 1-0 ... Pistol a believer now on Mendez 

 Ray Rioux pins Brayden Curtis .... Totally Surprised Pistol 

Wilkerson over Brayden Curtis 6-3 .... Totally Surprised Pistol 

Curtis -DNP Surprised Pistol 

Lawhead over Peele 4-1 ... Surprised Pistol  

Mosconi over Viduya 3-0 ... great match 

Mutchler over Graves 5-2 ... Surprised Pistol 

there was more matches ... 

what surprised you ? 

 

Wooooo...... Bang ! Bang ! Bang ! 

Pistol Pete 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Edited by 3xStateChamp
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7 hours ago, Jayruss said:

Were college coaches allowed to attend ?

Uhh yeah, we had like 20 colleges represented from NJCAA to DI and everything in between. Indiana colleges that I saw were Indiana, Purdue, Indianapolis, Wabash, Trine, Manchester, Indiana Tech, Marian, and Ancilla. If a kid was interested in wrestling in college there were many local options and options at all levels, so not just the placers were getting talked to.

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Jeff Dunasky Jr. of Guerin Catholic had a pretty good tournament. He didn't place but beat Brant Whitaker, 2021 Flo Big Board #60 and Missouri State Runner-Up. Was up 7-2 before Whitaker Inj. Defaulted. Also pinned IHSAA State Qualifier Jorden Douglass. Lost in quarterfinals 9-7 to Joey Caprella who was 5th place finisher in Ohio last year.

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4 hours ago, Perseverance said:

-198-  Silas (#9 Flo #11 Adidas) over Stephen Buchanan (#14 Adidas) Wisconsin State Champ 12-4.  All 4 pts were cuts.

Silas went BEAST mode! 

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4 hours ago, Perseverance said:

-198-  Silas (#9 Flo #11 Adidas) over Stephen Buchanan (#14 Adidas) Wisconsin State Champ 12-4.  All 4 pts were cuts.

Willham was 2 seconds from beating Buchanan in UTB... Silas is built like a grown grown ass man! Glad to see you're leaning up yourself as well brudda!

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6 hours ago, Perseverance said:

-198-  Silas (#9 Flo #11 Adidas) over Stephen Buchanan (#14 Adidas) Wisconsin State Champ 12-4.  All 4 pts were cuts.

Went over mat side to watch this up close and personal. Handled Buchanan very easily in my opinion.  What I really enjoyed was how humble Silas was after the match. Impressive young man.  Best of luck this year.

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16 minutes ago, rookie78 said:

Went over mat side to watch this up close and personal. Handled Buchanan very easily in my opinion.  What I really enjoyed was how humble Silas was after the match. Impressive young man.  Best of luck this year.

Very appreciated brother.

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I took the list of studs and did the following:

Championship Bracket Record, Consolation Bracket Record, Final Placing and who beat them.  I thought about listing who they beat but just got tired...sorry.

2018 IHPO results.xlsx

Edited by Indysportsfan
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44 minutes ago, Indysportsfan said:

I took the list of studs and did the following:

Championship Bracket Record, Consolation Bracket Record, Final Placing and who beat them.  I thought about listing who they beat but just got tired...sorry.

2018 IHPO results.xlsx

Extremely well done man.  Very thorough. That had to get tedious.  Really appreciate you taking the time to do that, as I’m sure countless others do as well.  

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