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Which school will Shine under the lights with the most wrestlers in the finals

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2 hours ago, 1prouddad said:

The year 2002/2003 EMD had 5 inthe finals with the 4 in a row you spoke of. They won 4 of the 5 with the only loss going to Coughlin vs Hernandez. 

Coughlin. That slacker. 😂

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8 hours ago, Indysportsfan said:

Rioux, Garcia and Brewer would be my guess

Yes and I also think the winner of the Conley Rodgers match Friday night could very well be in the finals as well. 

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No one giving Jimtown's murderer's row any chance here?   Granted, all 3 will have VERY TOUGH semi's... 126: Watts vs. Mendez (Al Smith finals rematch), 132: M.Gimson vs. Viduya, and 138: C.Gimson vs. Rooks (Al Smith finals rematch also)... All three have really stepped up their offense in the post season.  Watts beating Curtis 8-5 at FWSS was no small feat.  Matt Gimson's only close match all post season was Cottingham.  Connor Gimson pinned his way thru the entire FW semi-state.

I wouldn't look past any of these three under the lights... they're gonna bring it, guaranteed.

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11 minutes ago, HolsteinKing said:

No one giving Jimtown's murderer's row any chance here?   Granted, all 3 will have VERY TOUGH semi's... 126: Watts vs. Mendez (Al Smith finals rematch), 132: M.Gimson vs. Viduya, and 138: C.Gimson vs. Rooks (Al Smith finals rematch also)... All three have really stepped up their offense in the post season.  Watts beating Curtis 8-5 at FWSS was no small feat.  Matt Gimson's only close match all post season was Cottingham.  Connor Gimson pinned his way thru the entire FW semi-state.

I wouldn't look past any of these three under the lights... they're gonna bring it, guaranteed.

Beat me to the punch. They all have a shot, but those semis have deterred most. They have a shot to represent well though.

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51 minutes ago, HolsteinKing said:

No one giving Jimtown's murderer's row any chance here?   Granted, all 3 will have VERY TOUGH semi's... 126: Watts vs. Mendez (Al Smith finals rematch), 132: M.Gimson vs. Viduya, and 138: C.Gimson vs. Rooks (Al Smith finals rematch also)... All three have really stepped up their offense in the post season.  Watts beating Curtis 8-5 at FWSS was no small feat.  Matt Gimson's only close match all post season was Cottingham.  Connor Gimson pinned his way thru the entire FW semi-state.

I wouldn't look past any of these three under the lights... they're gonna bring it, guaranteed.

Not many doubting Watts but don’t see Rooks losing to anyone

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1 hour ago, HolsteinKing said:

No one giving Jimtown's murderer's row any chance here?   Granted, all 3 will have VERY TOUGH semi's... 126: Watts vs. Mendez (Al Smith finals rematch), 132: M.Gimson vs. Viduya, and 138: C.Gimson vs. Rooks (Al Smith finals rematch also)... All three have really stepped up their offense in the post season.  Watts beating Curtis 8-5 at FWSS was no small feat.  Matt Gimson's only close match all post season was Cottingham.  Connor Gimson pinned his way thru the entire FW semi-state.

I wouldn't look past any of these three under the lights... they're gonna bring it, guaranteed.

There is a chance all three could be under the lights.  They are well respected, I believe.  I think there is a better chance you have at least 2 of the 3 finish in 3rd, if not all 3.  I think I had two 3rds and one 5th in my picks, so each only losing once.

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You were pretty spot on.Being a Jimtown wrestling fan I would have loved to have seen Rooks and Conner Gimson on opposite sides of the bracket. I think Conner was easily the 2nd best wrestler at 138.

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