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This Corona Virus stuff is starting to wear on me.  I have been doing some thinking.

 

Who would you have on your school's all star team (A and B squad) using the current weight classes? 

 

This is mine from Prairie Heights. Some of these guys competed at these weights, some were from back in the day at different weights.  Having said that, I bumped a few into classes and had a few others cut. Let's see some of your teams. 

 

#CoronaCantBeatWrestling

 

106-Danny Hamm (103), 8th, 5th

        Jeff Baker (98), 2x Qualifer

113-Travis German (112) 2x Qualifier

        Robert Woolweever (112), Qualifier

120-Kyle Mockensturm (113), 3x SSQ

        Chris Heinmann (119), 2x SSQ

126-Travis Smoker (125), Qualifier, 6th

        Joe Boots (126), 2x SSQ

132-Travis Barroquillo (130), Qualifer, 7th, 3rd

        Tad Christlieb (135), 8th

138-John Levitz (140), Qualifier, 4th

        Riley Rasler (138) 6th

145-Mike Levitz (145), 3rd

        Roger Barroquillo (145), Qualifier 

152-Doug Levitz (152), Qualifier

        Quinn Kurtz (152), Qualifer

160-Isiah Levitz (160), 6th, 4th 

        Van Barroquillo (155), Qualifier

170-Phil Friend (167), 3rd

        Jed Levitz (170), 2x Qualifier 

182-Joey Blakeley (182) 8th, Qualifier

        Chase Straw (189), Qualifier

195-Chris Swartzengraber (189), 2nd

        Codey Shafer/Jon Messer (195) SSQ

220-Aaron Ramey (215) 3rd, 1st

        Taylor Grubb (215), 7th

285-Braxton Amos (285), Qualifer

        Brad Whetzel (285), 3x SSQ

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Fun topic!

 

Picked one per weight - as best in one year

not all time - (example Alonzo Shephered 3x all state, or John Clark 3rd at state HWT but not as good a record)

Just 1 person per weight, best in that weight in 1 year all time

(9th = lost to state champ friday night - the old follow rule placement)

 

 

JEFFERSONVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

Best Wrestler by Weight Class

1 year performance

 

 

WT

Name

Record

State Tournament

Finish

103

Adam Doherty

49-0

State Champion

112 

Adam Doherty

48-0

State Champion

119

Marc Doherty

42-2

6th in State

125

Vincent Rivera

35-3

9th in State

130

Mike Brown

39-6

9th in State

135

Robert Rosbottom

38-0

State Champion

140

Josh Stith

41-4

9th in State

145

Robert Rosbottom

45-1

State Champion

152

Brent Browner

37-7

Reg’l Champ/round to go

160

Kameron Fuller

44-4

State Qualifier

170

Donnie Hartline

39-2

7th in State

195

Elijah Curtley

37-7

7th in State

220

Jimmy Pratt

34-7

7th in State

285

Mike Duvall

35-2-1

3rd in State

 

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Goshen (a couple of these are stretched slightly to make a lineup):

 

106: Gerardo Quiroz, 2nd

113: Michael Bryant, 3rd, 3x qualifier

120: Tom Skinner, 7th, 3x qualifier

126: Chris Bowman, 2x qualifier

132: Schuyler Barkes, 4th & 5th

138: George Pestow, 3rd

145: Andrew Yoder, 4th, 3x qualifier

152: Brian Goss, 2x qualifier

160: Jim Hoke, 4th twice

170: Shannon Hunter, 7th

182: Dave Edlund, champ & 3rd

195: Miguel Navarro, 6th & 8th

220: Joe Piwoszkin, 3rd-7th-7th

285: Hershberger, 4th; Hanson, 4th; or Daniels, 5th

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12 hours ago, rookie78 said:

This Corona Virus stuff is starting to wear on me.  I have been doing some thinking.

 

Who would you have on your school's all star team (A and B squad) using the current weight classes? 

 

This is mine from Prairie Heights. Some of these guys competed at these weights, some were from back in the day at different weights.  Having said that, I bumped a few into classes and had a few others cut. Let's see some of your teams. 

 

#CoronaCantBeatWrestling

 

106-Danny Hamm (103), 8th, 5th

        Jeff Baker (98), 2x Qualifer

113-Travis German (112) 2x Qualifier

        Robert Woolweever (112), Qualifier

120-Kyle Mockensturm (113), 3x SSQ

        Chris Heinmann (119), 2x SSQ

126-Travis Smoker (125), Qualifier, 6th

        Joe Boots (126), 2x SSQ

132-Travis Barroquillo (130), Qualifer, 7th, 3rd

        Tad Christlieb (135), 8th

138-John Levitz (140), Qualifier, 4th

        Riley Rasler (138) 6th

145-Mike Levitz (145), 3rd

        Roger Barroquillo (145), Qualifier 

152-Doug Levitz (152), Qualifier

        Quinn Kurtz (152), Qualifer

160-Isiah Levitz (160), 6th, 4th 

        Van Barroquillo (155), Qualifier

170-Phil Friend (167), 3rd

        Jed Levitz (170), 2x Qualifier 

182-Joey Blakeley (182) 8th, Qualifier

        Chase Straw (189), Qualifier

195-Chris Swartzengraber (189), 2nd

        Codey Shafer/Jon Messer (195) SSQ

220-Aaron Ramey (215) 3rd, 1st

        Taylor Grubb (215), 7th

285-Braxton Amos (285), Qualifer

        Brad Whetzel (285), 3x SSQ

 

Phil Friend was my college teammate back in the day and what's with all of these Barroquillo's???

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Perry Meridian
 

I’m sure I’m missing some of the older guys.
 

106 Alex Cottey 2019 2nd

         Brayden Lowery 2017 3rd

113 Alex Cottey 2020 1st

         Cornelius Elliott 2014 3rd

120 Shaun Richardson 1998 2nd

         Sam Fair 2018 2nd

126 Jared McKinley 2011 1st

        Cody LeCount 2012  2nd

132 Jared McKinley 2012 1st

         Brandon James 2014 2nd

138 Nick Walpole 2005 1st

         Brandon James 2015 3rd

145 Cody LeCount 2014 1st

         Aiden Warren 2019 3rd

152 Kevin Clem 2006 2nd

         Gil Journey 1991 3rd 

160 Noah Warren 2017 2nd

         Riley McClurg 2013 1st

170 Noah Warren 2018 1st

         Jake Masengale 2012 2nd

182 Jake Masengale 2013 2nd

         Aiden Warren 2020 3rd

195 Nate Moore  2002 1st

         Nate Moore 2001 1st

220 Logan Cooper 2011 2nd

         Zach Pierson 2001 SQ

285 Chico Adams 2008 1st

         Frank Hammond 1992 1st

 

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Crown Point

(Best lineup while only using a wrestler 1 time)

 

106- Jack Rees- 2nd & 4th

113-Anthony Hawkins- 1st, 4th, 5th, & SQ

120-Riley Bettich- 1st, 2nd, 5th, and 6th

126-Stephen Roberson- 7th & 5th

132- Jesse Mendez- 1st & 1st

138-Jason Tsirtsis- 1st, 1st, 1st, & 1st

145-Eric Roach-1st, 1st, 2nd, & 4th

152-Noah Lamore- 3rd & 6th

160-Darden Schurg- 2nd, 2nd, & 4th

170-Oscar Kasch- 5th, 5th, & SQ

182-Tim Gergerly-3rd

195-Marcus Shrewsbury-1st, 2nd, & 7th

220-Tyler Kral- 1st & 3rd

285-Charlie Smith-2nd

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Couldn't let Prairie Heights be the only Class A posted. Here's out highest placer at each class:

 

106        Troy Roe (105), Champion

113        Lynn Fiechter (112) 2nd

120        Ray Ashley, Quaifier, 2nd

126        Mark Griffiths (125), 2nd

132        Leroy Striker, 4th

138        Andy Bertsch (135), 2nd

145        Tony Currie, 2nd

152        Tony Currie (151), 3rd

160        Jeff McCullough (155), 4th

170        Todd Yoder (171), 4th

182        Jack Bertsch (185), 4th

195        Ryan Wolfe/Dustin Mitchell (189), 4th

220        Ryan Wolfe (215), 5th

285        Brian Werst/Josh Stetler (275), Qualifier

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Phil beat me by a few minutes here.

 

Adams Central 

106: Troe Roe (105) 1st 1985

        Troy Roe (105) 4th 1984

        Troy Roe (105) 5th 1986 

 

113: Lynn Fiechter (112) 2nd 1980

       Tyson Bercot (112) 3rd 2005

 

120: Ray Ashley (119) 2nd 1984

        Denny Schwartz (119) 4th 1992

 

126: Mark Griffiths (125) 2nd 1990

        Mike Gremaux (126) 4th 1981

 

132: Jim Marbach (130) 3rd 1988

        Leroy Striker (132) 4th 1981

        Matt Liter (130) 5th 1992

 

138: Andy Bertsch (135) 2nd 1996

        Andy Bertsch (135) 3rd 1997

        Gregg Snyder (138) 4th 1986

 

145: Tony Currie (145) 2nd 1994

       Jim Marbach (145) 3rd 1989

       Eric Hunter (145) 4th 1997

       Logan Macklin (145) 5th 2019

      Alex Currie (145) 7th 2020

 

152: Tony Currie (151) 3rd 1995

        Vince McAfee (152) 5th 2006

        Hunter Bates (152) 8th 2016

 

160: Jeff McCullough (155) 4th 1986

 

170: Todd Yoder (171) 4th 1990

        Kaine Luginbill (170) 4th 2015

        Trey Schultz (170) 8th 2009

 

182: Jack Bertsch (185) 4th 1977

 

195: Dustin Mitchel (189) 4th 2004

        Ryan Wolfe (189) 5th 1994

 

220: Ryan Wolfe (215) 5th 1995

 

285: Brian Werst (275) Qualifier 1996

        Josh Stetler (275) Qualifier 2004

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At HSE I’d say the line-up would look like this:

 

106- Jacob Simone- 2018, 8th at 113 in 2019, but was a stud at 106 as a Sophomore and go pinned by eventual 4th placer David Pierson when leading 4-1 and in on another deep single when headlocked in the ticket round. Another option would be Klayton Anderson who qualified in 2015 as just a freshman, then moved to Missouri.

 

113- Austin Holmes, 2 time 4th placer at 113 and qualified as a Senior at 126. One of our all-time best!

 

120- Edreece Stansberry. Qualifier in 2014.

 

126- Thomas Pompei. 6th place in ‘06 and has gone on to an outstanding collegiate coaching career at INDIANA Tech!

 

132- Possibly the greatest Royal-Jack Chastain. 5th at 132 in 2015, succumbing to a terrible draw but scoring the only offensive points of the tourney against Nick Lee on Saturday morning. Also 5th in 2014 at 126 and qualified as a Sophomore at 113. Only 2 Royals have qualified 3 times, Chastain and Austin Holmes.

 

138- Mitch Snyder. With respect to One time qualifier Keegan Stansberry, Snyder was a 132 that placed 6th in 2013 and qualified at 112 as a Sophomore. We’ll bump him one weight.

 

145- Pat Robinson. 3rd as a Senior, NCAA qualifier at Purdue, so far HSE’s only one ever. He’s also on our staff here helping with the building of our program!

 

152- Jackson Bennett. 5th place in 2013 and current Head JV coach in our program. Corbin Gregg as a 6th placer is a close second.

 

160- Matt Irick. Cheating a bit here as he never wrestled 160, but finished 5th at 170 as a Senior and a was a qualifier at 140 as a Sophomore. He likely would have been 160 his Junior year, which was lost due to injury. He went on to be our second DI starter at IU.

 

170- Austin Neibarger. Really close one here as Irick was a 170 pounder and Patrick Turner finished 4th in 2004, but Neibarger was a two time placer, 8th as a Freshman at 152 and then 5th as a Senior at 170. 
 

182- Spencer Irick. One of the biggest upsets ever on Friday night was his win over Andrew Davidson. He went on to take 3rd that year and was a qualifier at 170 his Junior year as well.

 

195- Brent Farrell. Our first ever two time qualifier and first ever placer. He was the runner up in 1996 at 189 and was our head coach for a couple years and is now a principal in the district (and father of Fishers’ 3rd placer this year, JD Farrell). They have another Farrell coming in next year that will be a very good wrestler as well.

 

220- Crae Kunkleman. Our highest 220 placer is Andrew Irick, but he will be our HWT starter leaving only qualifiers at 220. Kunkleman was actually a HWT qualifier in 2019 but would have likely placed at 220 (he only weighed 205), but was behind Irick. Only one other 220 ever qualified in Georges Brantley, and heck I’ll be biased with the kid I coached.

 

285- Andrew Irick. The third and final Irick Brother. He’s our highest ever placer as runner up this season and finished 4th as a Junior at 220, joining Austin Holmes as our only 2 time semi-finalists. Andrew is likely the most accomplished Royal and will try to win the starting spot and be our first ever All-American at the Division I level.

 

We have many more talented athletes that could have been in the team, but that’s who I think would be our top 14. It seems like a recency bias, but we actually never had a placer until 1996 as little old Fishers used to be a tiny town and HSE wasn’t what we now know until the early 2000’s.

 

Awesome to look at where a program has been. Gives motivation to our incoming Freshman and current HS kids to try to emulate and better themselves as we search for that first state champ.

 

 

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13 hours ago, jetwrestling said:

Phil beat me by a few minutes here.

 

Adams Central 

106: Troe Roe (105) 1st 1985

        Troy Roe (105) 4th 1984

        Troy Roe (105) 5th 1986 

 

113: Lynn Fiechter (112) 2nd 1980

       Tyson Bercot (112) 3rd 2005

 

120: Ray Ashley (119) 2nd 1984

        Denny Schwartz (119) 4th 1992

 

126: Mark Griffiths (125) 2nd 1990

        Mike Gremaux (126) 4th 1981

 

132: Jim Marbach (130) 3rd 1988

        Leroy Striker (132) 4th 1981

        Matt Liter (130) 5th 1992

 

138: Andy Bertsch (135) 2nd 1996

        Andy Bertsch (135) 3rd 1997

        Gregg Snyder (138) 4th 1986

 

145: Tony Currie (145) 2nd 1994

       Jim Marbach (145) 3rd 1989

       Eric Hunter (145) 4th 1997

       Logan Macklin (145) 5th 2019

      Alex Currie (145) 7th 2020

 

152: Tony Currie (151) 3rd 1995

        Vince McAfee (152) 5th 2006

        Hunter Bates (152) 8th 2016

 

160: Jeff McCullough (155) 4th 1986

 

170: Todd Yoder (171) 4th 1990

        Kaine Luginbill (170) 4th 2015

        Trey Schultz (170) 8th 2009

 

182: Jack Bertsch (185) 4th 1977

 

195: Dustin Mitchel (189) 4th 2004

        Ryan Wolfe (189) 5th 1994

 

220: Ryan Wolfe (215) 5th 1995

 

285: Brian Werst (275) Qualifier 1996

        Josh Stetler (275) Qualifier 2004

Tony - I started to do something like you did, but got lazy.

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So this is a fun topic...here would be Southern Wells. First Varsity team was in 1997 so don't have as many names as some to go with but here you go...

 

106 J.D. Morris 2005 (103lb. SSQ)

 

113 Troy Fiechter 2008 (112lb. SSQ)

 

120 Bill Frauhiger 2006 (119lb. SSQ)

 

126 Vince Fiechter 2004 (125lb. 4th place )

 

132 Darin Fiechter 2010 (130lb State Qualifier)

 

138 Benjamin Fiechter 2013 (132lb. State Qualifier)

 

145 William Fiechter 2020 (145lb. 8th place)

 

152 Josh Beeks 2020 (152lb. Regional Champ, SSQ)

 

160 Jed Perry 2020 (160lb. 6th place)

       T.C. Perry 2016 (160lb. State Qualifier)

 

170 Jacob Duncan 2020 (170lb. State Qualifier)

 

182 Brandon Biberstine 2009 (171lbs. SSQ)

 

195 Jacob Stout 2015 (195lb. ACAC Champ)

 

220 Seth Biberstine 2012 (220lb. Semi State Champ, 6th place)

 

285 Ethan Potter 2011 (215lb. ACAC Champ)

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On 3/19/2020 at 8:07 AM, chinwhipper said:

How does your line up not include Ranoldo Weekly? You’re gonna need to turn in your coach’s card.  SMH

 

The year he got 2nd he was at 145lb, Robert Rosbottom was a state champ at that weight for Jeff

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Indianapolis Cathedral Irish All Star Team (one guy once)

 

106 Jason Terry (5,1,5,1)

HM: Logan Bailey (X,3,X,2)

 

113 Brandon Wright (2,1,2,1)

 

120 Lance Ellis (1,1,1,1) 

HM: Zeke Seltzer (2,1)

 

126 Cameron Sakon (X,6,7,1)

HM: Johnny Grey State Runner up

 

132 Breyden Bailey (3,3,3,1)

HM: Sean Mcginley state Runner up

 

138 Zach Melloh (4,X,3,2)

Eric Sakon (x,x,6,1)

 

145 Jordan Slivka (3,5,1,1)

HM: Alex Mosconi (Q,7,2,2)

 

152 Elliott Rodgers (4,2,1,3)

HM: Marcus Young (X,X,7,4)

 

160: Brian Harvey (6,6,5,1)

 HM: Vincent Corsaro (6,2,2,2)

 

170 Dan Pleak (6,5,1,2)

HM: Ben Harvey (7,3,Q,2)

HM: Tyler Willis (7,3,3,4)

 

182 Blake Rypel (7,2,1,1)

 

195 Ben Stewart (X,X,3,4)

 

220 Matt Hasbrook (1)

HM:Ryan Guhl (X,X,7,4)

 

285 Wesley Bernard (X,7,3,1)

HM: Holden Parsons (X,Q,7,1)

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