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RESULTS AFTER DAY 1:

 

88:

94: Nate Rioux (winner's side)

100: Revin Dickman (winner's side)

106: 

113: Isaiah Schaefer (winner's side)

120: 

126: Easton Doster (consolations)

132: 

138:

145:

152: Mitchell Betz (winner's side)

160: 

170:

182: De'Alcapon Veazy (winner's side)

195:

220: Devin Kendrex (consolations)

285:

 

A little rough in the consolations for many of our 16U wrestlers, with only two still fighting tomorrow on the backside, but there's a lot to be excited about on the winner's side of things, with five wrestlers still contending for a title. Rioux and Veazy are both two seeds, and are favored to make the finals, while Dickman also owns a top 8 seed (although FloArena makes it hard to figure out which seed exactly) and has the tools to make it to the finals. Schaefer and Betz have both put on dominant performances to get to the quarterfinals, and have momentum on their side as they look to AA for the first time.

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31 minutes ago, TysonNisley said:

RESULTS AFTER DAY 1:

 

88:

94: Nate Rioux (winner's side)

100: Revin Dickman (winner's side)

106: 

113: Isaiah Schaefer (winner's side)

120: 

126: Easton Doster (consolations)

132: 

138:

145:

152: Mitchell Betz (winner's side)

160: 

170:

182: De'Alcapon Veazy (winner's side)

195:

220: Devin Kendrex (consolations)

285:

 

A little rough in the consolations for many of our 16U wrestlers, with only two still fighting tomorrow on the backside, but there's a lot to be excited about on the winner's side of things, with five wrestlers still contending for a title. Rioux and Veazy are both two seeds, and are favored to make the finals, while Dickman also owns a top 8 seed (although FloArena makes it hard to figure out which seed exactly) and has the tools to make it to the finals. Schaefer and Betz have both put on dominant performances to get to the quarterfinals, and have momentum on their side as they look to AA for the first time.

I was hoping somebody would write something like this!  I’m following IM Twitter, but it’s nice to see it in one place !  Leave it to LaPorte County!  Thanks !

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#5 Ranked (Flo) Zeke Seltzer drew #14 Ranked Anthony Santaniello (NJ) in Round 1 and had to fight to move on.  Seltzer was down 4-2 and got a takedown with about 15 seconds let and ultimately won 5-4.  Tough first round match!  #surviveandadvance

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Jr Freestlye still has 20 in championship rounds. Then 20 in conso

Championship round consist of 

Anthony Bahl

Ashton Jackson

Brady Byrd

Brody Baumann

Charlie Larocca

Codei Khwaja

Dominic Burgett

Duke Myers

Fabian Chavez

J Conway

Jackson Heaston

Jeb Prechtel

Joey Butler

Logan Frazier

Nick Cicciarelli

Paul Clark

Sam Goin

Trey White

William Clark

Zeke Seltzer

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Out at Jr consist of

Brady Ison

Chase Leech

Damien Resendez

Dylan Bennett

Elijah Cox

Eric Casad

Ethan Smith

Evan Cruz

Griffin Ingalls

Isaiah Fye

Joseph Cline

Kevon Russell

Lucas Leclerc

Robert Dinn

Romeo White

Tony Wood

Trevor Holt

Zachary Lang

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Womens 16U up now.

16U and Jr. Freestyle back at 4:30.  
-16U Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Consolations
- Jrs Up to Quarterfinals and Consolations

 

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Lots of rough matchups for some of our studs next round:

 

113: Jackson Heaston vs. #19 at 120 Nathan Desmond

 

120: Ashton Jackson vs. #5 at 126 Caden Horwath

 

132: Joey Buttler vs. #2 Cael Hughes

 

160: Jeb Pretchel vs. #5 Aidan Riggins

 

160: Sam Goin vs. #8 Braeden Scoles

 

170: Duke Myers vs. #13 Tyler Lillard

 

182: Codei Khawaja vs. #8 Tate Naaktgeboren

 

195: Fabian Chavez vs. #3 Rylan Rogers

 

I'll be rooting for all of these guys to score upsets over nationally ranked opponents, but if I had to bet on one of these wrestlers pulling through, I would choose Sam Goin to take out #8 in the country and second seeded Braeden Scoles. I called it first, you all saw it here.

 

 

 

 

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17 minutes ago, TysonNisley said:

Lots of rough matchups for some of our studs next round:

 

113: Jackson Heaston vs. #19 at 120 Nathan Desmond

 

120: Ashton Jackson vs. #5 at 126 Caden Horwath

 

132: Joey Buttler vs. #2 Cael Hughes

 

160: Jeb Pretchel vs. #5 Aidan Riggins

 

160: Sam Goin vs. #8 Braeden Scoles

 

170: Duke Myers vs. #13 Tyler Lillard

 

182: Codei Khawaja vs. #8 Tate Naaktgeboren

 

195: Fabian Chavez vs. #3 Rylan Rogers

 

I'll be rooting for all of these guys to score upsets over nationally ranked opponents, but if I had to bet on one of these wrestlers pulling through, I would choose Sam Goin to take out #8 in the country and second seeded Braeden Scoles. I called it first, you all saw it here.

 

 

 

 

Good stuff....

I'll take Codei Khawaja 

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 Our U16 Women team placed 10th with their showing. 

 

The U16 Mens squad is currently in a huge tie for 5th but a lot of matches this round will determine where they may end up.  

 

 

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U16 Mens:

2 in Semi-Finals  Rioux and Veazy

 

5 alive in Consols with one win away from placement.  Kendrix, Doster, Schaefer, Betz, Dickman

 

The Team is 9th currently.  If a few council guys can advance to placement then Indiana should be able to hold onto a Top 10 finish. 

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Rough Consol round for the U16 Men with only 3 remaining.  The two finalists and then Dickman made it to the 7th place match.  

 

The Juniors are still in action for little while longer tonight.  Currently  8 still in championship round and 12 alive in Consols. 

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2 hours ago, MattM said:

U16 Mens:

2 in Semi-Finals  Rioux and Veazy

 

5 alive in Consols with one win away from placement.  Kendrix, Doster, Schaefer, Betz, Dickman

 

The Team is 9th currently.  If a few council guys can advance to placement then Indiana should be able to hold onto a Top 10 finish. 


Rioux and Veazy both advance to the Final!

Dickman wins in the blood round, then loses so he'll wrestle for 7th Place
Schaefer, Doster and Betz lost in the blood round, finishing just short of AA
 

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DAY TWO RECAP:

 

16U All Americans (placements are to be determined)

 

88:

94: Nathan Rioux (finalist)

100: Revin Dickman (consolations)

106: 

113:

120:

126:

132:

138:

145:

152:

160:

170:

182: De'Alcapon Veazy (finalist)

195:

220:

285:

 

Junior Division Wrestlers still alive

 

100: Brady Byrd (winner's side)

106: 

113: Charlie LaRocca (consolations)

120: Ashton Jackson (consolations)

126: Logan Frazier (winner's side)

132: Elijah Anthony (consolations)

138: Zeke Seltzer (winner's side)

145: Anthony Bahl (winner's side)

152: Hunter May (consolations)

160: J Conway (winner's side)

        Nick Ciccarelli (consolations)

        Sam Goin (consolations)

170: Brody Baumann (winner's side)

182: Codei Khawaja (consolations)

        Orlando Cruz (consolations)

195: Conner Barket (consolations)

220: Nathan Critchfield (consolations)

285: Paul Clark (winner's side)

        Dom Burgett (winner's side)

        Hosia Smith (consolations)

 

No new All Americans at the 16U division as all three previous All Americans that wrestled today repeated their performance from last year, and all can call themselves two time Fargo All Americans. Nathan Rioux and De'Alcapon Veazy both find themselves in the finals for the first time, while Revin  Dickman will wrestle for 7th. Rioux will battle against Wisconsin's Haakon Peterson, while Veazy will take on #5 Aoedon Sinclair. Both Rioux and Veazy are considered the underdog in their finals matches per the seeds, but I predict two close matches each, with some upset potential from each of them.

 

The junior division has wrestlers in almost every weight class alive tomorrow, with 8 wrestlers on the winner's side and 11 battling on the consolation side, making a total of 19 wrestlers representing Indiana tomorrow at the junior division. Brady Byrd will take on Iowa's Reid Foster, Logan Frazier will take on New Jersey's Luke Stanich (who just took out Michigan's Drew Heethuis, which could be a good or a bad thing), Zeke Seltzer will take on Illinois's Billy Meiszner, Anthony Bahl will take on #9 at 152 KJ Evans, J Conway will take on Kansas's Dylan Elmore, Brody Baumann will take on #20 Noah Mulvaney, Paul Clark will take on #15 Parker Ferrell, and Dom Burgett will take on Donovan Sprouse. For the most part, our wrestlers on the winner's side have very doable matches to advance to the quarters, but Anthony Bahl is met with a top 10 opponent in the round of 16, and will have to be on it tomorrow in order to advance. Bahl has won all of his matches today in dominant fashion and could really test Evans if he continues this momentum. Fellow Crown Point teammate Paul Clark also faces a nationally ranked foe in #15 Parker Farrell, but Paul Clark's rate of improvement over the past year has been incredible, and it seems that this could be the match he needs to put himself on the national radar. Brody Baumann has a top 20 foe in #20 Noah Mulvaney, but it should be noted that Baumann sits at #17 in the national rankings (per Flo) and is projected to win.

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Wow, only one AA for Juniors. I know we don't beat the door down most years in terms of number of AAs, but yikes this is a rough showing. 

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