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Central Regionals is coming up fast!  May 16th-18th at Lawrence North High School. Top 3 Cadets and Juniors in each weigh class and style qualify above the state limit for the ASICS/Vaughn Junior & Cadet National Championships.

 

Central Regional Championships

 

May 16-18, 2014

 

Lawrence North High School

7802 Hague Road, Indianapolis, Indiana

 

Age Divisions

Bantam - Intermediate – Novice – Schoolboy/girl – Cadet – Junior

Girl’s (All Age Divisions)

 

Styles

Kid’s: Freestyle – Folkstyle – Greco

Cadet & Junior: Freestyle – Greco

Registration Procedures

USA Wrestling does not charge for adjusting weight classes, even at weigh-ins, so sign up early to guarantee your spot in the event.

 

KIDS DIVISION NEWS (intermediate, novice, schoolboy/girl)

PARTICIPATION IS OPEN TO WRESTLERS FROM ANY STATE. HOWEVER, ONLY WRESTLERS FROM A CENTRAL REGION STATE WILL QUALIFY FOR THE 2014 ASICS/USAW KIDS NATIONALS AT THIS EVENT

***All Intermediate, Novice and Schoolboy/girl wrestlers from Central Region States participating in the freestyle and Greco-Roman Central Regional tournament qualify for the ASICS/USAW Kids Freestyle & Greco-Roman Nationals.

 

BANTAM, GIRLS, CADET & JUNIOR NEWS

Wrestlers from ANY STATE are eligible to compete in this event.

The top three (3) place winners in each Cadet and Junior weight class and style qualify above the state limit for your state's ASICS/Vaughan Junior & Cadet National Championships.

 

ONLINE REGISTRATION (Credit Card only):

Online registration via credit card is available until NOON (Eastern) Thursday, May 15. No prequalification required. Entry fee for participants registering online is $30 for competing in one style and $50 for competing in two styles, and $60 for competing in three styles. The OFFICIAL WAIVER & REGISTRATION FORMS will be completed electronically when registering online. No refunds for failure to compete.

 

ON-SITE REGISTRATION (Cash or Check):

Entry fee for participants registering at the door is $30 for competing in one style, $50 for competing in two styles, and $60 for competing in three styles. If registering on-site, the OFFICIAL WAIVER & REGISTRATION FORMS must be accurately completed and filed at registration. No prequalification required. No refunds for failure to compete.

 

NO REGISTRATION BY MAIL WILL BE ACCEPTED! THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR FAILURE TO COMPETE!

 

All Indiana wrestlers will receive a free Central Regionals t-shirt when they arrive to weigh-in at the event.

 

Event Schedule

Friday, May 16

Bronze Coaches Clinic

6:00 PM to 11:00 PM

 

Pairing Officials Clinic

6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

 

Mandatory Weigh-in Card pick-up and Registration for all Freestyle Groups

[includes Freestyle for Bantams and Girls]

Bantam, Intermediate, Novice, Schoolboy, Cadet, Juniors and Girls

*Cadets and Juniors may weigh-in in the morning of the tournament as well, Athletes participating in ONLY Greco-Roman will NOT weigh-in on Friday

6:30 PM to 7:30 PM

 

Medical Check & Weigh-in (see Weigh-in Procedures)

[includes Freestyle for Bantams and Girls]

Bantam, Intermediate, Novice, Schoolboy, Cadet, Juniors and Girls

*Athletes may weigh-in in the morning of the tournament as well, Athletes participating in both styles may weigh-in.  Athletes who are participating in ONLY Greco-Roman will NOT weigh-in on Friday.

7:30 PM to 7:50 PM

 

Saturday, May 17

Mandatory Weigh-in Card pick-up and Registration for all wrestlers  that did not register and weigh-in on Friday night

Wrestlers who will participate in both styles must also register and be weighed-in at this time if they haven't weighed-in already

7:00 AM to 7:45 AM

 

Freestyle Weigh-in for all Freestyle wrestlers that did not register and weigh-in on Friday night

(see Weigh-in Procedures)

7:45 AM to 8:00 AM

 

Freestyle Rules Clinic

9:30 AM to 9:45 AM

 

Freestyle Session I

10:00 AM to 1:00 PM

 

Freestyle Session II

2:00 PM to conclusion

 

Bantam, Intermediate, Novice, Schoolboy Folkstyle

Preliminaries to Completion

1 hr after the completion of Freestyle

 

Sunday, May 18

Registration for all Athletes that are participating in Greco-Roman ONLY

7:00 AM to 7:45 AM

 

Weigh-ins for all Athletes that are participating in Greco-Roman ONLY

(see Weigh-in Procedures)

7:45 AM to 8:00 AM

Greco-Roman Tournament Set-up

8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

 

Greco-Roman Rules Clinic

9:30 AM to 9:45 AM

 

Greco-Roman Preliminaries to Completion

10:00 AM to Conclusion

 

  Registration & Weigh-in Procedures:

1.  Wrestlers must pick up their weigh-in card(s) and proceed to the weigh in line.  A current USAW card needs to be shown at check-in. *Make sure to pick up all weigh-in cards for each style the athlete is participating in.  Kids Division athletes are allowed to weigh-in once provided that they actively compete in each consecutive style. (If an athlete misses weight they can attempt to reclassify for next style during that styles scheduled weigh-in time.)

2. Wrestlers must be in line at the beginning of weigh-ins.  Once weigh-ins start, wrestlers will no longer be able to pick up their weigh-in card and will not be able to weigh-in.

3. Wrestlers should only have a competition singlet on when entering the weigh-in area.  They must submit to a skin disease screening prior to weigh-in.  The chief medical officer has full authority without appeal in determining the eligibility of an athlete to compete.  Parents/coaches cannot accompany the wrestlers.  They will not be allowed to carry additional clothing or anything other than the weigh-in card with them during weigh-ins.

4. Weigh-in cards must be left in the weigh-in area.  Do NOT leave the weigh-in area with your weigh-in card.

5. Wrestlers only need to weigh-in one time for all three styles provided he/she actively competes in the first two styles.  Athletes that wrestle in the first and third style must reweigh-in for the third style.

Breaks Scheduled as Necessary

 

Sessions and schedule subject to change.

 

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As the team Leader for the Duals Team this is a great event to help lock in one of the open spots on the Team. Myself and some of the coaches will be attending so we look forward to seeing you get after it.

 

Tom Erikson

Team leader

Junior Duals

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Central Regionals is a Vital tournament to attend if you are planning on competing on one of the ISWA Freestyle or Greco National Dual Teams or  out at Fargo. Reasons listed below

 

1. Placing top three in your weight class, secures your spot on Team Indiana for Fargo.

2. It possibly opens up another spot for a wrestler to get on Team Indiana for Fargo.

3. Being a USA regional placer is one of the separation criteria for Fargo.

4. It also strengthens our National Dual team (if you are on that team) when it comes to the  seeding/separating of teams at National Duals.

5. The Midwest is the hotbed of wrestling & you will have elite caliber wrestlers from states like (OH,ILL,IOWA, Mich) to compete against & some you will see again out at Fargo.

 

I urge any Indiana wrestler to sign up for this tournament, it was nails last year, studs from all over the midwest & country were there.  Looking forward to a great weekend of wrestling.

 

Coach Weimer     

 

 

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I just got an email from former Iowa NCAA Champ Mark Reiland who is now the head coach at Iowa City West. He is bringing some of his best guys. Mark has coached numerous state champions both individual and team. Mark has a couple of guys starting for the Hawkeyes now. Dylan "I'll pin you from anywhere" Ness, currently a starter in the Minnesota line up wrestled in this a couple of years ago. So did Michigan's Adam Coon and Taylor Massa. I recall some kid named Brent Metcalf wrestling in this not so long ago. I wonder whatever happened to him? St Ed's in Ohio usually brings a good group of guys. Ed's has had a D-1 AA every year since 1982. I'm sure the Overtime and Izzy Style guys from Illinois will be here too.

 

All of this will be in your backyard. If you aren't afraid of the competition, we shall see you there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Coaches, you are absolutely correct and this is a great warm-up for the Jr. Duals. My son will have a BRUTAL way to go in this tournament but it's great competition. At Junior 145, you have Logan Ryan (Iowa Commit), Mark Voss (FILA Cadet Placer), Wade Hodges (4th in Ohio) and a couple of other hammers including Kenan Carter from IL who is pretty tough also. It should be a great experience! I encourage everyone to register and come out, this is a great way to get better.  :)

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Registration deadline in Thursday, May 15 at 11am CST/12pmEST

 

Tournament is loaded with studs from other states. Indiana needs to step up to the challenge. Weather is supposed to be cruddy, might as well spend a couple of days wrestling indoors..

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Update:

 

Alec White C/100

Paul Konrath C/106

Leslie Morales C/106

Adam Jerde C/113

Dominic Pecoraro C/113

Ray Grant C/113

Colt Rutter C/120

Isaac Castro C/120

Miguel Prado C/120

Chad Red C/126

Brayton Lee C/132

Javon Phillips C/132

Nicholas Smith C/132

Blake Green C/138

Dillon Gray C/138

Evan Eldred C/138

Jerrod Smith C/138

Noah Warren C/138

Steve Lawrence C/145

Ethan Stock C/152

Jacob Covaciu C/152

Stosh Sitkowski C/152

Trevon Carson C/152

Bryce Sharp C/160

Bryce Sharp C/160

Burk Van Horn C/160

Elijah Stock C/160

Samuel Bulbick C/160

Cameron Jones C/170

Andrew Davidson C/182

Ricky Samuels C/182

Jacob Cavins C/195

Garrison Lee C/195

Scott Fuller C/195

Noah Lucas C/220

Robert Samuels C/220

Cameron Diep J/113

Brandon James J/132

Elliott Malloy J/132

Morgan Pruitt J/132

Deondre Wilson J/138

Dylan Stocker J/138

Jackson Chastian J/138

Keegan Stansburry J/138

William Bernard J/138

Brian Nunez J/145

Jacob Tucker J/145

Caleb Maddox J/145

Isaiah Michaels J/152

Emerson Knoebel J/152

Ben Harvey J/160

Isaiah Kemper J/160

Gabriel Koontz J/160

Dylan Lydy J/170

Isaac Ray J/170

Jesse Archer J/170

Tyler Scott J/220

Andre Porter J/220

Vannessa Ramirez W

 

 

 

 

COACHES:  PUSH THIS EVENT WITH YOUR KIDS!  KNOW BETTER!  This is the only NATIONAL tournament we have DIRECT access to without traveling across the country and paying an arm and a leg for.  There is still time to register!!! In order to be a monster you have to first slay a monster.  The monsters are here! I see 20+ kids who are nationally ranked just skimming over the list.  Take advantage of this annual opportunity!!

 

Let's go Indiana!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

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Anyone got a list of the guys to watch from out of State?

 

this link takes you to the ones that have pre-registered.  All Wrestlers can do walk up registration and weigh-ins both Friday night and Saturday morning

 

http://www.trackwrestling.com/tw/registration/TournamentList.jsp?TIM=1400200025806&twSessionId=qgzkkpruzmkpdsn&tournamentGroupId=130396009&tournamentBox=F_84094

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Where can the "Official Waiver & Registration Forms" be found for on site registration?

They will be provided at registration. 

 

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****PLEASE NOTE****

Some of the information listed on the ISWA Website Central Regional Flyer is not correct.  The information listed at the top of this post and below is correct.

1) Freestyle Wrestling for ALL Age Groups will start Saturday at 10:00 am - the iswa website has kids starting at 9:00 am

2) All Wrestlers (age groups) can register on site and weigh-in on Saturday morning (not just cadets and juniors as listed)

3) There are NO Greco Only Registration and Weigh-ins on Saturday Night - Greco only registration and weigh-ins are Sunday Moring

 

Please refer to the USA Wrestling Event Schedule (the posted at top of this post) and the link is http://www.teamusa.org/Home/USA-Wrestling/Events

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Looking at the results I see very few Indiana kids participated at the Junior level

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Looking at the results I see very few Indiana kids participated at the Junior level

 

The numbers at the Junior level were not super big at ISWA state either.  I think you can contribute some of the number issues at the Junior level to many of graduating seniors deciding forgo their last ISWA season. Then if you have some of the first year Junior or their parents not wanting to risk going 0-2 against some tough Central Regional guys, the numbers drop even more.

 

I guess the question is how do we convince some of the graduating Seniors to hang around for the ISWA season, as well as, get the mat time and confidence up in the first year Juniors so they are willing to take on some of the Central Regional level competition.

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