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Repeat champions? Freshman Champions?

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With the amount of talent out there, what are the odds of repeat champions this year, and with the high traffic of stud freshman’s in the state, do we have a chance  at a freshman champion this year?

I’ve been pondering these things now that the state series is upon us.

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9 hours ago, Jayruss said:

Jesse Mendez is a frosh with the best chance followed by Zeke who has a tall order in Moran. 

Barring an upset, the should be one or the other at 113, a repeat Champ or a Freshman Champ.  

There are others that will have a say, but those two seem to be the clear 1-2.

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When the sectional brackets are released there may be a wrinkle in the 113 theory....Little Birdie told me that 113 bracket at CP sectional just got a whole lot tougher....😀

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11 minutes ago, Dogs said:

When the sectional brackets are released there may be a wrinkle in the 113 theory....Little Birdie told me that 113 bracket at CP sectional just got a whole lot tougher....😀

Go on....

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37 minutes ago, SWINfan said:

The tea leaves tell me that means Bettich dropping to 113.......   

I'm not sure that would threaten Moran or Seltzer. Zeke beat him pretty handily early. I suppose things do change.

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1 hour ago, SWINfan said:

Barring an upset, the should be one or the other at 113, a repeat Champ or a Freshman Champ.  

There are others that will have a say, but those two seem to be the clear 1-2.

The same thing could be said for 126#

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36 minutes ago, Sig40 said:

I doubt Bettich dropped. My guess is Diaz went up. 

Not sure how that would change the fact that Moran and Seltzer are the clear top 2 at 113.

 

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38 minutes ago, JHS95151 said:

The same thing could be said for 126#

True, if not Mendez as a frosh, either Watts or Curtis are likely returning champs.  Seems like a fairly clear 1-2-3 there, though there are some lurking in the shadows.

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8 minutes ago, SWINfan said:

Not sure how that would change the fact that Moran and Seltzer are the clear top 2 at 113.

 

Last year at semi-state

Giovanni Diaz (Wheeler) 40-1 won by decision over Jacob Moran (Portage) 30-2 (Dec 5-2)

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20 minutes ago, SWINfan said:

True, if not Mendez as a frosh, either Watts or Curtis are likely returning champs.  Seems like a fairly clear 1-2-3 there, though there are some lurking in the shadows.

126 Prediction: Curtis not in Top 4

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By repeat champions do you mean at the same weight or simply winning a state title 2 years in a row?

Because my lock this year would be Nick South, the 160# Champ in 2018 to be the 170# Champ in 2019.

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On 1/22/2019 at 11:33 AM, Y2CJ41 said:

Last year at semi-state

Giovanni Diaz (Wheeler) 40-1 won by decision over Jacob Moran (Portage) 30-2 (Dec 5-2)

Where did each place at state the following weekend? 🤔

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Watch out for the youngster from Culver ,, 182 Donahue wrestling great

Edited by NewBread
Weight class add

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12 minutes ago, Caleb Spires said:

Does that vacate the semi-state win or something?

Not vacate but, I’d say winning the following weekend would be more significant. Am I wrong?

Edited by RaiderColfax

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