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https://www.southbendtribune.com/sports/high_school/al-smith-wrestling-invitational-draws-state-s-best/article_3cc16fd7-4653-5272-9d7f-8a372285e3fb.html

Looks like there will be a stream to monitor the battles.

Good luck and good health to all.

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First Day Thoughts:  Tournament flew by today! There were no dedicated consolation rounds. All wrestlers no matter the round wrestled simultaneously. And, everyone was done by 5p. Bravo.  Bi

I was rooting for Mendez to win but Watts made a strategic error early on and threw himself to his back. Dictated the rest of the match imo. 

Since I was a first timer at the Al Smith, I have a few more thoughts about Day2: 1. The tournament was run incredibly. Done with wrestling at 5pm yesterday and 4pm today. There were NO breaks (o

On 12/25/2018 at 4:05 PM, TeamGarcia said:

Like all your picks but..... 

126: *** Mendez will dominate 

132: Bailey 

138: *** Rooks will dominate 

145: Mosconi 

152: Rodgers 

170: *** South will dominate  

 

*** Sure picks ! 

 

Watts over Logan Heil 7-3 in July.  Heil over Mendez 6-3...I wouldn't go with dominate.  Mendez may win, but domination will shock me.  I'm sure Coach Maggart has his crew ready. 

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43 minutes ago, irishfb88 said:

I’ll pick my champs....

 

106 -Cottey

113-Seltzer

120-Littell

126-Mendez 

132-Gimson

138-Rooks

145-Mosconi

152-Rodgers

160-Slivka

170-South

182-Laplace

195-Hurley

220-Fowler

285-Devault

Let’s go 14/14!

Agree but 132. Tough weight. I’ll take the red ass. Leg game strong. Scrambles better. Collegiate. #3rdShiftLogic

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7 hours ago, nkraus said:

Watts over Logan Heil 7-3 in July.  Heil over Mendez 6-3...I wouldn't go with dominate.  Mendez may win, but domination will shock me.  I'm sure Coach Maggart has his crew ready. 

Agreed the jimtown boys will be ready I am sure. And I have never seen their big 3 get dominated .........ever !!! Good luck to all it’s going to be a great one.

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On 12/27/2018 at 8:09 AM, UncleJimmy said:

Is this streaming live today and tomorrow?  I looked through the thread and didn't find a link.  I'm probably blind and over looked it somewhere.  Does anyone know?

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16 minutes ago, Falcon06 said:

Is this streaming live today and tomorrow?  I looked through the thread and didn't find a link.  I'm probably blind and over looked it somewhere.  Does anyone know?

The link I found on the news article is cavemensports.com/mishawakanetwork/ it is on the left hand side of the article right above the teams participating. But sadly the video link seems to be broken at least for me.

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First Day Thoughts: 

Tournament flew by today! There were no dedicated consolation rounds. All wrestlers no matter the round wrestled simultaneously. And, everyone was done by 5p. Bravo. 

Biggest surprise: Penn - Big boys carried them all day. Couple big quarter final swing matches. Second place after Day1. Great day. Harper is a maniac walking the floor coaching. Great stuff.  

Strugglebus: Perry - Losing Fair to injury and missing a couple others, they were off all day. Warren has nasty edge. Cottey is a stud. 

Spent much of the day in the small weight gym, but a few wrestlers that stood out: 

Littel 120 (CG) - sooo smooth. Whether upper body or shots, he makes it look effortless. 

Watts 126 (Jimtown) - Furious pace. Workmanlike. 

Gimsons - Fireman Carry clinic all day.

L. Wagner 126 (Zionsville) - Super conditioning and good motor. Beat a tough Walendzak in the quarter. 

Berta 220 (Penn) - Good position and nice shots for a biggun. 

Mendez 126 (CP) - super frosh great on top with tilts. 

Cathedral has a decent lead, but plenty of contenders loom. Also, Mishawaka gyms are a mile apart, but the history oozes from the old initial gym. Looking forward to a great final day tomorrow. Some excellent athletes and an injury free day from what I saw. 

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