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This is sweet ... Pribble is getting some love here.

 

I ran into his grandfather a while back and he said that Ryan was studying to be a chiropractor in Iowa and was a vol. assistant coach at a high school there.  Anyone else have any additional info?

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I know how  Howe was so dominate in 4 years and how good he is doing now but i picked JT young for this spot.  I picked him because of who he beat at state and their accomplishments compared to Howes.

 

Young's results

 

T. Ortiz 28-9            11-2

J. Cox 41-2                16-1 tf    Cox placed twice i think

G. Woodka 39-0        6-2

Creasep 42-8              pin 1:33

 

Howe's results

 

Grizzle 36-5            19-4 tf

Carlucci 40-3          18-3 tf

Walpole 46-0?          4-2 ot  very impressive win

C. Fornal 46-1          6-2

 

I also did Sandefeurs

duncan 18-3

Milenbaugh 7-4

Barret 7-3

Stahl 6-5

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This is sweet ... Pribble is getting some love here.

 

I ran into his grandfather a while back and he said that Ryan was studying to be a chiropractor in Iowa and was a vol. assistant coach at a high school there.  Anyone else have any additional info?

 

 

Hey yeah I'm in Iowa at Palmer Chiropractic College.  I'm at my second year as a paid assitant for Davenport Assumption.  We are ranked third in 2A and we just beat the number 1 team before break.  We also beat the number 1 in the class below us.  You can follow us at Thepredicament.com.  My grandpa is a pretty awesome guy, I'm sure you had an intersting conversation.  Any other questions just ask?  I must add I think Howe def. had the best career but Young wins the best 140.

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Excellent Ryan!  I was waiting for a table at the Turkey Run Inn while wearing a bright yellow IOWA Wrestling hoodie when he approached me.  Your Grandfather is indeed a very nice man and we had quite the little chat about wrestling.  I must say he literally oozes pride and love for his grand-sons, as he very well should.

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I think Andrew Howe, as a sophomore, is getting just a TAD too much love for this spot.  I believe JT Young, as a senior, has the slight edge at this point in their careers.  Young finished 3rd at senior nationals that year.  In which I see Howe, at best, matching that.  He had the offense that could match Howe and was a pretty tough mat wrestler.  Keep in mind, this is looking at these guys at their said ages (Howe being a sophomore and Young as a senior).

 

JFYI, the first time I saw Howe wrestle, which was his sophomore year.  I remember thinking the last wrestler that was as smooth as him was JT Young.  So I think it's kind of funny that these two guys are at the top of the list right now.

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Williams win coming back from injury was impressive for me, even if he wasn't as dominant as some of the others.  I think that I'll remember that one for some time.  (Did he win the mental attitude award that year as well???)

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I really believe Howe was the best wrestler here just like any other weight class he was in but what Danny Williams did his senior year coming back from a Broken Ankle in December to win his second state title which is always harder than winning the first was amazing in my mind.

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