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Nick Kraus - Around 263 Wins-Think that puts me at the ole' #1 Spot...of course only 105 of those were in high school, but I didn't see any specifics bud!  I counted the couple off season tourneys...college..I'm gonna start adding MMA results too

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Evan Eldred-Westfield

9th- 45-5 (SQ)

10th- 31-3

11th- 35-11 (6th)

12th- 42-2 (3rd)

Updated profile as well.

Career: 153-21

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12 minutes ago, Sydokun said:

These will be hard to beat with the IHSAA cutting the amount of matches a kid can get each year. 

Very much so, when the Griffith trio was going through there were no restrictions at all. So they could wrestle all super duals(5+ matches) a weekend. Then on top of that you can add 5ish matches for the team state series. 

With the new rules we'll see a lot less 50+ match wrestlers.
18 points
6 Duals- 6 matches
5 Super Duals X 5 matches- 25 matches
1 10 way super- 10 matches
41 regular season matches
State series
3 sectional
2 regional
4 semi-state
4 state
54 total matches
Note that doesn't include any tournaments and you could have multiple two-day dual events.

Some states like Georgia have like 80 matches per year....which is just stupid.

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I’m almost positive Jason Terry (Cathedral) has more wins than Lance. I know he was 50-1 his senior year. I believe 47-2 his junior year, he won it all his sophomore year, couldn’t have been more than 4 losses. And placed 6th as Freshmen. I believe he was north of 180. CHS was into the 50 matches a season program in the 90s. I’ll try to confirm actual record.  

Believe Matt Hasbrook was north of 150 as well. 

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4 hours ago, IndianaWrestlingGuy said:

I’m almost positive Jason Terry (Cathedral) has more wins than Lance. I know he was 50-1 his senior year. I believe 47-2 his junior year, he won it all his sophomore year, couldn’t have been more than 4 losses. And placed 6th as Freshmen. I believe he was north of 180. CHS was into the 50 matches a season program in the 90s. I’ll try to confirm actual record.  

Believe Matt Hasbrook was north of 150 as well. 

I'm working on updating everything with the Richard Jay information. It will take close to 170 career wins to get into the top 100 soon. The "juiced-match" era is one that will leave a big mark on the state win history. 

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I had some time to update some kids yesterday.  Currently 3 PH wrestlers (along with BQ) in the top 100, but I know things will change. Riley Rasler is close with a mark of 161-39.

Jed Levitz(Prairie Heights)178-31


Doug Levitz(Prairie Heights)165-33

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All of us old timers are gonna be rushing to get our records on here only to be knocked off by slower moving old timers with more wins than we have. 

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53 minutes ago, johnathanspencer said:

Would James Brimm from Ev. Central make the list?  Think he won state back in mid-late 1990's and won a slew of matches.  Wrestled at Mich. St. I believe after HS.

According to my records he was 153-7 for his career, thus just off the top 100 list.

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