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Additional updates from Ft. Wayne semifinals.... 

160 - Drew Sailors, Rochester 5-4 over Jackson Pettigrew, Columbia City & Jon Ruble, Bellmont 6-5 over Joe Parrish, Homestead
170 - Clayton Fielden, Garrett by fall over Delton Moore, Manchester & Zane Gilbraith, Rochester by TF 16-1 over Bryce Buckley, Eastern (Greentown)
182 - Mason Winner, Jay Co. 7-0 over Bradley Rosman, Oak Hill & Jake Lone, NorthWood 13-0 Major over Austin Leech, Garrett
195 - Charlie Agnew, Huntington N. by fall over Chandler Chapman, Jay Co. & Stewart Mossholder, Oak Hill 9-6 over Cale Gray, Norwell
220 - Levi Leffers, Central Noble by fall over Reese Wicker, Churubusco & Jayden Elwood, Leo by fall over Christian Graft, Huntington N.
285 - Holden Parsons, Yorktown 4-1 over AJ Jones, Madison-Grant & Vince Yoder, Fairfield by fall over Logan Swallow, Monroe Central
 

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Carson gave ballamy all he wanted and had him on his bk and had reverse half that ws called potentially dangerous and negated bk points that were coming.. proud of Trizton most ppl couldn't do what he's doing injured. 

Edited by FCFIGHTER170

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@ Evansville
106 - Alec Freeman, Mater dei 3-0 over Blaze Garcia, Avon
106 - Logan Miller, Brownsburg 4-2 over Chris Newman, Mt. Vernon (Posey)
113 - KT Nelson, Brownsburg 6-1 over Cole Ross, Mater Dei
113 - Ben Dalton, Monrovia 3-0 over Gavin Alstott, Floyd Central
120 - Brayden Littell, Center Grove 6-2 over Blake Boarman, Mater Dei
120 - Kysen Montgomery, Brownsburg 2-1 TB1 over Tyler Conley, Avon
126 - Ray Rioux, Avon by fall over Cade Meier, Bloomington South
126 - J Conway, Floyd Central 10-9 over Kane Egli, Mater Dei
132 - Asa Garcia, Avon 7-2 over Clay Egli, Mater Dei
132 - Drake Campbell, Brownsburg 3-1 over Logan Boe, Plainfield
138 - Cayden Rooks, Columbus East 17-4 Major over Jaden Reynolds, Avon
138 - Trey Mucker, Tell City by MFF over Drew Kreitzer, Brownsburg
145 - Matt Lee, Mater Dei by fall over Jonathan Kervin, Floyd Central 
145 - LJ Burdon, Plainfield 4-2 SV1 over Kade Law, Columbus East
152 - Eli Dickens, Mater Dei 19-8 Major over Ellisston Ross, Bloomington South 
152 - Jake Schoenegge, Columbus East 3-2 over Nathan Conley, Avon
160 - Peyton Pruett, Center Grove 10-0 Major over Gabe Sollars, Mater Dei
160 - Peyton Asbury, Brownsburg 3-2 over Robert Deters, Castle
170 - Macartney Parkinson, Mater Dei 6-2 over Thierry Jean-Baptiste, Brownsburg
170 - Nick South, Columbus East 6-5 over Derek Blubaugh, Bloomington South
182 - Carson Brewer, Avon by fall over Zachary Flynn, Jasper
182 - Levon Bellemy, Edgewood  Inj Def Trizton Carson, Danville (With 5 seconds left in the match)
195 - Dakari Kenny, Pike 9-3 over Griffin Stine, Martinsville
195 - Will Nunn, Castle 3-2 over Nick Willham, Greenwood
220 - Jacob Bolte, Columbus East 1-0 over Will Stewart, South Spencer
220 - Lawson Aiken, Brownsburg by fall over Josh Howell, Terre Haute South
285 - Muhammad Sidibe, Ben Davis by fall over Matthew Munoz, Jeffersonville
285 - Dorian Keys Jr, Brownsburg by fall over Aidan Rea, Heritage Hills

That's it for this round.  I think Brownsburg came to wrestle boys and girls!

Edited by SWINfan

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4 minutes ago, Caleb Spires said:

Hunter Watts beats Brayden Curtis 8-5. Pretty controlled for the most part.

Sometimes you Win, Sometimes you Learn . 

 

The Notorious 

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4 hours ago, Bigtoe19 said:

Not putting them down! May have seemed like it. No they don't do there own schedules! Program has had a great yr! SOS is important for this time in the year

So other then fulks-boonville 

Please explain how the others are upsets .

   SOS has nothing to do with showing up to wrestle when the pressure is on.

That's called CONFIDENCE.

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24 minutes ago, FCFIGHTER170 said:

Carson gave ballamy all he wanted and had him on his bk and had reverse half that ws called potentially dangerous and negated bk points that were coming.. proud of Trizton most ppl couldn't do what he's doing injured. 

Look we  get it, he’s injured as you’ve pointed out numerous times. Glad he’s made it but let the injury thing go man. 

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Some results at East Chicago and Finals matchups.....

106 - Brennan Cernus, Culver beat Stephen Roberson, Crown Point 3-0 and will face Malik Hall, Merriville in the Final
113 - Martin Cruz, Merrilville beat Giovanni Diaz, Wheeler 8-4 and will face Jacob Moran, Portage in the Final
120 - Riley Bettich, Crown Point and William Finnearty, Culver will face off in the Final
126 - Brendan Mark, Mishawaka vs.Jesse Mendez in the Final - Mendez won by fall over Brock Peele in the semifinal
132 - Geremia Brooks, Warsaw vs. Reese Rodriguez, Hammond Morton in the Final - Reese with wins over Andres Moreno in the Ticket Round and Elijah Hickman in the semis
138 - AJ Poindexter, Harrison (W Laff) vs. Braxton Alexander, Wawasee in the Final
145 - Jacob Maldonado, Merrilville vs. Jordan Douglass, Attica in the Final
152 - Brock Ellis, Chesterton vs. Isaiah Mohmed, Wheeler in the Final
160 - Braden Welch, Culver vs. Donnell Washington, Portage in the Final
170 - Another Graham Calhoun, Plymouth vs. Joe Walker, Mishawaka matchup in the Final!
182 - Evan Bates, Chesterton eliminated Jacob LaPlace in the Ticket Round.  He'll face Andrew Donahue, Culver in the Final
195 - Rockne Hurley, Penn vs. Ethan Potosky, Crown Point in the Final
220 - Drew Bailey, Merrilville vs. AJ Fowler, Calumet in the Final
285 - Yehezquel Devault, Penn vs. Alex Cartwright, LaVille in the Final

Edited by SWINfan

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19 minutes ago, 1prouddad said:

Look we  get it, he’s injured as you’ve pointed out numerous times. Glad he’s made it but let the injury thing go man. 

right on dad

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51 minutes ago, Caleb Spires said:

Hunter Watts beats Brayden Curtis 8-5. Pretty controlled for the most part.

You never want to lose, but the reward might be a rematch with Mendez in the semis when it should clearly be under the lights. 

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Can anyone from Evansville give an update?  Track has been stuck in the same place for several minutes.  Showing :07 left in the 1st period of the Title Match, and the 3rd Place match not started

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12 minutes ago, BClark said:

You never want to lose, but the reward might be a rematch with Mendez in the semis when it should clearly be under the lights. 

At this point you can’t really say clearly with Watts winning 8-5.  But it’s what most people were expecting to see in the finals. 

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19 minutes ago, BClark said:

You never want to lose, but the reward might be a rematch with Mendez in the semis when it should clearly be under the lights. 

On the flip side, Curtis could meet Mendez Saturday morning which would also be a bummer.

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I predicted it earlier this week, but Roncalli has won the New Castle Semi-State with one wrestler remaining. Cathedral and Warren Central have no wrestlers left, while Perry Meridian has two left but not enough to catch up. If Harris doesn’t beat Watts, Roncalli will literally be champions by one point off of the strength of Mahan’s pin.

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4 hours ago, grappleapple said:

At New Castle, No. 20 Terrell Leavell defeats No. 2 ranked Bryer Hall in the ticket round.

Shouts to that kid I saw him wrestle everywhere in the offseason 

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16 minutes ago, H.B. said:

I predicted it earlier this week, but Roncalli has won the New Castle Semi-State with one wrestler remaining. Cathedral and Warren Central have no wrestlers left, while Perry Meridian has two left but not enough to catch up. If Harris doesn’t beat Watts, Roncalli will literally be champions by one point off of the strength of Mahan’s pin.

Congrats to Roncalli 

 

The Notorious 

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