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Dude,  Im ok with you ripping this regional.  But when  you get on here and like you know it all, why don't you get your facts straight.  The Logansport regional put 7 through to state.  Thats an unde

Nothing against carden he is a good wrestler, but tell me who he has beat with a good record or a guy that has been ranked at one time in the year? Bc has beat him once and we will do it again. Like

We cant go into the Logansport regional without any predictions or at least comments from Devil Dog.    Where is the Dog at?

Logan regional got 5 through last year and I don't think this years  group is much stronger.

Dude,  Im ok with you ripping this regional.  But when  you get on here and like you know it all, why don't you get your facts straight.  The Logansport regional put 7 through to state.  Thats an understatement by 29%.  Yes the reqional isn't as good as the ones up north,  but it also made up of smaller schools.      When you look at the number of qualifiers per student population, it probably does as well or better than the other regionals.

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Personal Predictions (No particular order)

106: Webb, McCarthey, Randell, Anderson

113: Miller, Ordway, Zaldivar, Johnson

120: White, Bushong, Porter, Grimes

126: Ragan, Cooley, McGreevy, Warren (Wade peaked at sectionals, much too early)

132: Carden, Jones, Strawsma, Gross (Alvarez's non-traditional style too risky)

138: Salas, Hall, Grammer, Widner

145: Shrock, Easterday, Adams, Shepperd

152: Roth, Jones, Hart, Kidwell (Armuth gets thrown)

160: Fritz, Skomp, Gonzalez, Pusey

170: Mote, Munson, Pruitt, Owens (Mathis' struggles at sectionals continue, didn't wrestle well enough to reach semi-state, may have peaked earlier in the season.

182: Garpow, Baldwin, Embrey, Owens (Wright has been surprisingly vulnerable to the throw, it costs him in the first round)

195: Roberts, Provancal, Collins, Brown (Jeff sectional weak at 195, advance only one)

220: Elliot, Trent, Watts, Baker (Meyer is prone for a lapse yearly, has it at the wrong time vs Baker)

285: Marshall, Crosser, Hopkins, Clark (Marshall is a sophmore with nothing to lose, quick throw ends the year for Kern)

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Personal Predictions (No particular order)

106: Webb, McCarthey, Randell, Anderson

113: Miller, Ordway, Zaldivar, Johnson 

120: White, Bushong, Porter, Grimes

126: Ragan, Cooley, McGreevy, Warren (Wade peaked at sectionals, much too early)

132: Carden, Jones, Strawsma, Gross (Alvarez's non-traditional style too risky)

138: Salas, Hall, Grammer, Widner (Lukazka's arrogant style costs him first round)

145: Shrock, Easterday, Adams, Shepperd (Pullins has lapse, dumb mistake costs him)

152: Roth, Jones, Hart, Kidwell (Armuth gets thrown)

160: Fritz, Skomp, Gonzalez, Pusey 

170: Mote, Munson, Pruitt, Owens (Mathis' struggles at sectionals continue, didn't wrestle well enough to reach semi-state, may have peaked earlier in the season.

182: Garpow, Baldwin, Embrey, Owens (Wright has been surprisingly vulnerable to the throw, it costs him in the first round)

195: Roberts, Provancal, Collins, Brown (Jeff sectional weak  at 195, advance only one)

220: Elliot, Trent, Watts, Baker (Meyer is prone for a lapse yearly, has it at the wrong time vs Baker)

285: Marshall, Crosser, Hopkins, Clark (Marshall is a sophmore with nothing to lose, quick throw ends the year for Kern)

spot on

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Personal Predictions (No particular order)

106: Webb, McCarthey, Randell, Anderson

113: Miller, Ordway, Zaldivar, Johnson 

120: White, Bushong, Porter, Grimes

126: Ragan, Cooley, McGreevy, Warren (Wade peaked at sectionals, much too early)

132: Carden, Jones, Strawsma, Gross (Alvarez's non-traditional style too risky)

138: Salas, Hall, Grammer, Widner (Lukazka's arrogant style costs him first round)

145: Shrock, Easterday, Adams, Shepperd (Pullins has lapse, dumb mistake costs him)

152: Roth, Jones, Hart, Kidwell (Armuth gets thrown)

160: Fritz, Skomp, Gonzalez, Pusey 

170: Mote, Munson, Pruitt, Owens (Mathis' struggles at sectionals continue, didn't wrestle well enough to reach semi-state, may have peaked earlier in the season.

182: Garpow, Baldwin, Embrey, Owens (Wright has been surprisingly vulnerable to the throw, it costs him in the first round)

195: Roberts, Provancal, Collins, Brown (Jeff sectional weak  at 195, advance only one)

220: Elliot, Trent, Watts, Baker (Meyer is prone for a lapse yearly, has it at the wrong time vs Baker)

285: Marshall, Crosser, Hopkins, Clark (Marshall is a sophmore with nothing to lose, quick throw ends the year for

Nice picks let's talk on Saturday and see how many you got right. Lol

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Okay, I deserve the slams for bringing up the Logan Regional's performance at Merrillville SS topic.  It is an obnoxious topic and I get it.  I know that it's not a fair comparison, and probablly most regionals in the state wouldn't fair any better.  I also hope all of you are correct and the Logan Regional boys go to SS and get their share of the spots to Indy, which would be roughly 14 to state with 3 SS champs. 

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in reply to the talk of 12 potential State qualifiers, it's hard to predict that. There's upsets every year at Regional, and the draw can either work in your favor or against you. So until that draw comes out, it's going to be pretty difficult to speculate how many we can get through.

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The article states only three from the Merrillville SS advance to State.  Is that a mistake or has something changed?

 I appreciate that the  J&C got some unexpected wrestling coverage in the paper.  But they are wrong on that fact about 3 getting out. .  Nothing has changed and 4 get out of Merrillvillle just like every other semi-state.

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