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I think each year it varies.  This year I would say Evansville is the toughest.  I think most people would rather have to go through Ft Wayne.

By the numbers given to us about ranked kids per regional, each semi state has a possibility at the below ranked wrestlers

EC-69

FW-56

NC-76

EV-79

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1 minute ago, Crazy wrestling mom said:

Does it really matter??? ALL wrestlers work extremely hard day in and day out to get to this stage in the competition regardless of where they are located. ??

Topic that comes up every year.  No mean to offend anyone, just a bragging rights type thing for each semi state.  It will come up again after State to see which one brought home the most hardware 

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Broke down by weight........

Top 5's

                      NC.   EV.   FW.   EC. 

106-                 2.      1.     0.      2. 
113-                 2.      1.     1.      1.   
120-                 3.      0.     0.      2.  
126-                 2.      2.     0.      1.  
132-                 2.      1.     0.      2.   
138-                 1.      2.     1.      1. 
145-                 2.      2.     1.      1.   
152-                 1.      2.     0.      2.    
160-                 1.      2.     0.      2.   
170-                 1.      2.     1.      1.  
182-                 1.      2.     2.      0.  
195-                 1.      2.     1.      1.  
220-                 3.      1.     0.      1.  
285-                 0.      1.     1.      3. 

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24 minutes ago, Perseverance said:

Broke down by weight........

Top 5's

                      NC.   EV.   FW.   EC. 

106-                 2.      1.     0.      2. 
113-                 2.      1.     1.      1.   
120-                 3.      0.     0.      2.  
126-                 2.      2.     0.      1.  
132-                 2.      1.     0.      2.   
138-                 1.      2.     1.      1. 
145-                 2.      2.     1.      1.   
152-                 1.      2.     0.      2.    
160-                 1.      2.     0.      2.   
170-                 1.      2.     1.      1.  
182-                 1.      2.     2.      0.  
195-                 1.      2.     1.      1.  
220-                 3.      1.     0.      1.  
285-                 0.      1.     1.      3. 

The top ranked 120 goes through FW

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Perseverance,

Thank you for tabulating that for us.

i notice though that you have 6 at 145.   I think that weight class should be 2-1-1-1.

 

Also, I think 120 should be 3-0-1-1.  (At least I think Jimtown is in Ft.Wayne SS.)

 

And at 132, I think it should be 2-2-0-1.

 

if my calculations are correct, then I think the sums would then be 22-21-9-18.

Edited by piscis1956

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12 minutes ago, piscis1956 said:

Perseverance,

Thank you for tabulating that for us.

i notice though that you have 6 at 145.   I think that weight class should be 2-1-1-1.

 

Also, I think 120 should be 3-0-1-1.  (At least I think Jimtown is in Ft.Wayne SS.)

 

And at 132, I think it should be 2-2-0-1.

 

if my calculations are correct, then I think the sums would then be 22-21-9-18.

Nice catch on the extra at 145. EV should only have 1.   All other numbers appear to be correct.

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1 hour ago, Crazy wrestling mom said:

Does it really matter??? ALL wrestlers work extremely hard day in and day out to get to this stage in the competition regardless of where they are located. ??

May be true, but some folks like comparing relative strengths of not only semi-states, but also regionals, sectionals, conferences, counties, regions, public vs PPs, state-to-state, class-to-class, recruiters vs non-recruiters, academy-to-academy, etc.  

(Did I miss any?)

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Yes it does matter. 

 

Someone from evansville who may lose in the ticket round would be the favorite to win three other semi states. 

Thats just an example. Happens every year. This year we see the parity going away from EV/NC and FW. 

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Average Genius Sectional Score by SS

Evansville score NC score FW score ECC score  
Avon 5 Lawrence Cent 5 Carroll 5 Lafayette Jeff 5  
Bloomington  North 5 Elwood 5 Elk Memorial 5 Crown point 4  
Mooresville 5 Frankfort 5 Jay  County 4 Griffith 4  
Castle 4 Crawford 4 New haven 4 Laporte 4  
Evansville  Cent 4 Franklin County 4 Oak hill 4 E Chicago 3  
Jennings  County 4 Shelby 4 Peru 4 Mishawaka 3  
Jeffersonville 3 Southport 3 Delta 3 Plymouth 3  
Southridge 3 Tri 3 Westview 3 Twin Lakes 3  
  33   33   32   29  
                 
Average Score 4.125   4.125   4   3.625  
Edited by Wrestling Scholar

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Thanks for calculating it!  It's all just bragging rights like was mentioned earlier.  It all varies by year and weight class.  Yes, in some instances kids would get to state if they went through another semi-state.  There is no perfect solution, easy answer is don't lose!  I liked the fact that I was able to win a strong semi-state, it meant that I did not have to draw into those guys when we went downtown.

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