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  2. Juggernaut

    Undefeated wrestlers left

    Grant Stapleton ( Lawrenceburg 126 ) 28-0
  3. Wrestlinglp

    01/17/2019

    Matt Neff
  4. Wrestlinglp

    01/17/2019

    Tyson Nisley
  5. Juggernaut

    Undefeated wrestlers left

    Bryer Hall ( South Dearborn 145 ) 24-0
  6. Y2CJ41

    Warren

    He did not make scratch.
  7. busstogate

    Warren

    wut
  8. crosstownrivals

    Penn vs. South Bend Adams

    Penn
  9. Indysportsfan

    01/15/2019

    Thierry Jean-Baptiste
  10. Indysportsfan

    01/15/2019

    Brooks Davis
  11. Indysportsfan

    01/15/2019

    Gabriel Smith
  12. Indysportsfan

    01/15/2019

    Kamariyon Nelson
  13. I agree 100% with everything you are saying. Logically, you are spot on, but my gut tells me Red will step up and give Nick problems. I'm a fan of both, but would love to see Nick even the score. I'd love to see Nick finish in the Top 4 this year, redshirt next year and come back with the chance to win two national titles in '21 & '22.
  14. Juggernaut

    01/15/2019

    Eli Otto
  15. Today
  16. trackgopher

    Portage vs. Lake Central

    Portage
  17. SWINfan

    Evansville Semi-State Rankings #4

    I noticed that today. Have you seen enough of both Deters and Sollars this year to say that Deters would be the favorite this weekend and beyond?
  18. mikemorgan

    01/17/2019

    Brice Coleman
  19. Juggernaut

    12/08/2018

    Bryer Hall
  20. SWINfan

    Chad Red

    I agree. I played DI baseball and while they are different sports, I can't imagine the level of commitment required to be a national caliber athlete under such a microscope. In college we drank and partied, played games hung over, chased women, stayed out all night sometimes. We were still good enough to make the NCAA Tournament one year and a solid program the others as well as having a couple of guys good enough to make the Majors. I never wrestled at a high level, but I am pretty confident there aren't a ton of guys standing on the podium at the end of the year doing all of that. There are times I wish I was more dedicated and would have liked to see how good I could have been, but I am also smart enough to know I had physical limitations that would keep me from getting drafted (too short, didn't throw hard enough). Nonetheless, I have nothing but admiration about the commitment these guys make to be the top at the college or high school level.
  21. Mr.Claus

    Warren

    With him making scratch 138 against Brownsburg that will shake things up.
  22. backtothemat

    Undefeated wrestlers left

    Will Nunn, Castle's 195, is 28-0
  23. backtothemat

    Evansville Semi-State Rankings #4

    FYI - Deters from Castle is wrestling 160 now.
  24. CoachJones

    Plainfield vs. Center Grove

    Plainfield
  25. mikemorgan

    01/17/2019

    Carlos Mitchel
  26. backtothemat

    Chad Red

    As a former college athlete, I can attest from experience (and not exactly a stellar one if you know what I mean) that adding a sport to an already tough college academic load is like having a 20-30 hr/week job in addition to 12-15 hrs of class and what should be at least 24-30 hours of studying. That's 8-10 hours a day seven days a week. It is a grind. Toss in weight management issues and you're talking a monumental task to complete during the season. My hat is off to all college wrestlers in all divisions. By my heart goes out to those from our great state.
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