Jump to content

Indiana High Rollers in VA Beach Duals


Recommended Posts

Indiana High Rollers are doing well in VA Beach Duals.  The black team was seeded 8th out of 166 teams.  They finished the day 3-0

-INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSBLACK 67 vs PA SLAM 6
-INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSBLACK 82 vs TOWN CENTER 0

-INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSBLACK 82 vs TEAM STAMPEDE 0

They will return on Sunday in the Championship pool and will wrestle Young Guns White then a loaded SC team Dark Horse Silver and then The Grind.  The team is wrestling tough.

High Rollers Black

106 - Lukasz Walendzak

113 - Tylor Triana

120 - Colton Cummings

126 - Paul Konrath

132 - Breyden Bailey

138 - Brendan Black

145 - Jordan Vaughn

152 - Steven " Bam" Lawrence

160 - Jarod Swank

170 - Drew Hughes

182 - Cameron Jones

195 - Tristen Tonte

220/285 - Gunnar Larson and Mason Parris

 

High Rollers White also had a successful day going 3-0 for the day.

-INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSWHITE 52 vs SOUTH FLORIDA THUNDER 13

-INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSWHITE 41 vs CONTENDER ELITE GOLD 15
-INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSWHITE 46 vs RHINO BLACK 6

 

White will return tomorrow, also in the championship pool, to face a very dominate Bad Karma Silver, followed by Junior Terps MCD and then Team Indy (not an Indiana team ).

High Rollers White

106 - Justice Cash

113 - Kory Cavanaugh

120 - Dylan Wilkins

126 - Camden Chatterton

132 - Zach Melloh

138 - Tondrew Tyler

145 - Jack Eiteljorge

152 - Noah Warren

160 - Jake Ruberg

170 - Tristan Goering

182 - Caden Hubner

195 - Drew Williamson

285 - Alex Moore

 

Both teams will wrestle @ 8am tomorrow morning. Black on mat 15 and White on mat 8.  The championship pools consist of 2 teams that finished 1st in their pools today and 2 teams that finished 2nd in their pools today. 

You can watch all the Indiana teams on Flowrestling

Edited by nosoccermomhere
Link to post
Share on other sites
  • Replies 69
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Top Posters In This Topic

Popular Posts

Well it took a team made up of 8 different states to beat them but IN HR Black suffered their first and only loss of the tournament. They went on to win their next 2 duals, beating the team that put t

Indiana High Rollers are doing well in VA Beach Duals.  The black team was seeded 8th out of 166 teams.  They finished the day 3-0 -INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSBLACK 67 vs PA SLAM 6 -INDIANA HIGH ROLLERSBLAC

Flo is the worst. Ever hear of a screen scoreboard? Think rollers white is in a prelim "play in" dual at 9:30 to advance to champ round tomorrow.

Looks like the High Rollers Black went 3-0, White went 2-1 and Hoosier Hustle went 2-1 in their second pool action. 

 

Outlaws Black and Outlaws RWA are also in championship pools right now, but no records.

 

Keeping up with this tournament is "tough" to say the least.


With a team this stacked I don't see them losing....

There are some pretty good teams loaded with many nationally ranked and relevant kids. Finishing top 4 in this event is pretty darn impressive. There are no restrictions on the rosters so some teams have kids from 3+ states.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Would be great to see the lineups of the other IN teams...

Here ya go: starting with outlaws black

1 106 AJ Black 9th IHSAA State Qualifier

2 113 Payton Lechner 11th

3 120 Jordan Slivka 9th IHSAA State 3rd place

4 126 Canian Schaeffer 11th IHSAA State Qualifier

5 132 Isaac Smith 8th

6 138 Cody Allmon 11th IHSAA State Qualifier

7 145 Dante Colza 11th IHSAA State Qualifier

8 152 Trevor Reese 11th IHSAA Semi State Qualifier

9 160 Alston Bane 11th IHSAA State 3rd place

10 170 Cameron Simmons 11th

11 182 Andrew Frank 10th

12 195 Jaden Sonner 10th

13 220 Donald Crider 10th IHSAA State Qualifier

14 285 Ethan Bunce 11th

HS Hs Indiana Outlaws Gray First Name Last Name Info

1 106 Kevin Bowne 9th

2 113 Deven Casebolt 9th IHSAA State Qualifier

3 120 Brooks Hartz 10th

4 126 Keaton Fisher 11th

5 132 Ben Inman 10th IHSAA Semi State Qualifier

6 138 Derek Blubaugh 9th IHSAA Semi State Qualifer

7 145 Blake Webb 10th IHSAA Semi State Qualifier

8 152 Trevor Bagwell 12th IHSAA Semi State Qualifier

9 160 Hunter Reed 10th

10 170 Nick Potter 10th

11 285 Harley Hillenburg 10th IHSAA Semi State Qualifier

HS Hs Indiana Outlaws Maroon First Name Last Name Info

1 106 Camden Spears 9

2 113 Braxton Alexander 9

3 120 Geramia Brooks 9th

4 126 Jon Ruble 9

5 132 Veronika Russell 10th

6 138 Adrein George 10th

7 152 Victor Allen 11th

8 152 Deshaun Wilson 11th

9 160 Jacob Ferris 11th

10 170 Carter Germonprez 10th

HS Hs Indiana Outlaws Rwa First Name Last Name Info

1 106 Parker Mosley 9th IHSAA Semi State Qualifier

2 113 Brock Peele 10th IHSAA State Qualifier

3 120 Colin Poynter 10th IHSAA State Placer

4 126 Michael De La Pena 11th IHSAA State 4th place

5 132 Ricky Haught 10th

6 138 Andrew Roberts 10th

7 145 Kasper McIntosh 10th IHSAA State 3rd plce

8 152 Oz Kasch 10th IHSAA State Qualifier

9 160 Stosh Sitkowski 12t IHSAA State Qualifier

10 170 Alec Najem 11th

11 195 Jonah Rolfes 10th

12 220 Garrison Lee 11th IHSAA State Qualifier

13 285 Elijah Bailey 11th

Link to post
Share on other sites

High Rollers white lost a tough one and are done for the tournament. The Black team is still going strong. Through 2 days of duals they are 6-0 and have out scored their opponents 439-9. Have to win the first 2 duals this morning to make it to placements.

Link to post
Share on other sites

Why does that suck? That means two of our teams are good enough to be in the champions pool

Would be nice for them to wrestle other teams in said pool with the chance to meet deeper. Perhaps so both could have a chance to place?

Link to post
Share on other sites

Highrollers Black wins. Up next is a tough Team Kong at 12:00

With the list of top talent Kong has amassed from around the nation they are projected finalist. Hopefully the Highrollers can show them some solid wrestling grown in the Hoosier state.

 

Looks like they are up now on Mat 11. Flo has lots of mats covered, but location who is where take some Where's Woldo skills.

Edited by MattM
Link to post
Share on other sites

They are wrestling now.  I can't recognize the kids and with no dashboard, announcers or any info, I'm lost.  Konrath now?  If so, HR's are down 6-3, I believe.

Edited by SWINfan
Link to post
Share on other sites

On Black now.  Team is up 9-6.  They won at 113, 126, 132.

 

This is who they are wrestling.

 

106 Matt Griffin 10 3rd nys 2

106 Malik Heinselman 10th Co st champ , double Fargo national champ, world team member 3

113 Adam Busiello 9th 2x ny champ, super 32 champ, Fargo all American 4

120 Matteo Devincenzo 12th 2x ny champ nhsca all American 5

126 Jacori Teemer 10th 3x ny state champ 6

132 Alex Felix 10 Reno World champ.2nd NHSCA National, 3rd,4th CA State,, 7

132 Jake Silverstein 10 2nd NYS, 2nd NHSCA Nationals 8

138 Kanen Storr 12th 3x Michigan state champ Sr nhsca national champ 9

145 Dominick Demas 11th 2x OH state champ Fargo national champ 10

152 Chris Mauriello 12th Ny state champ 2x nhsca national champ 11

160 Zack Ancewicz 11th Nhsca all American 12

160 Ricky Stamm 12th 2nd ny state nhsca all American 13

170 Tucker Leavitt 12th 3x ID state champ Fargo national champ 14

170 Trey Meyer 12th 2x WA state champ Fargo national champ 15

182 Max Lyon 11th 2x Iowa state champ national runner up 16

195 Trenton Shultz 11th 2x CO state champ 17

220 Colton Shultz 9th 1x CO state champ Fargo national champ 18

285 Gannon Gremmal 12th 1x Iowa state champ Fargo national champ 19

285 Edwin Rubio 12th 1st ny state champ nhsca all American

Edited by NPSmith
Link to post
Share on other sites

220 and HWT have the potential to be some great matches between some of the better big men at this event. Larson and Parris will definitely get a chance to see how they stack up against top national competition.

Link to post
Share on other sites

220 is the freshman phenom that beat them both at scholastic duals.  Today is a new day though and one of them will get a chance to beat him.  HWT is just a monster.

 

Team is down 15-6 now with losses at 138 and 145. 

Link to post
Share on other sites

220 is the freshman phenom that beat them both at scholastic duals. Today is a new day though and one of them will get a chance to beat him.

Yes Schultz at 220 is a talent. The only competition I've even seen him have is against fellow underclassman super stud Gable Stevson. Gable won that one.

Link to post
Share on other sites



×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.