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  1. 11 points
    At the Black Knight invite Indiana had 5 finalist, 4 champs, 7 placers Drew Hildebrandt 125 took 1st Nick Lee 141 took 1st Cael Mccormick 165 took 1st Jacob Covaciu 174 took 2nd Mason Paris HWT took 1st Ben Harvey 174 took 4th Brad Laughlin 174 took 5th
  2. 9 points
    TripleB

    Best to come up short

    @Fabio Jr. has been coming up short his whole life......
  3. 7 points
    Coach T

    Rage on the Stage South Style

    Next Friday November 22nd, Franklin Community will wrestle Jeffersonville on the stage in the auditorium. It will be a fun time loaded with light shows, fog, walkout songs and a camera above the mat the will show three huge screens as well as the live event. Screen one will be behind the mat on the stage taking up the entire backdrop while screens 2 and 3 will be on the side walls of the auditorium. Watch in surround view. And, its alumni night so all former Franklin Wrestlers are invited for special recognition. Following the meet there will be a reception for the alumni at The Willard, in downtown Franklin. Come see an exiting event. Festivities and wrestling start at 5:15 pm
  4. 5 points
    PMFAN

    Best to come up short

    Brandon James
  5. 4 points
    SWINfan

    Best to come up short

    The three that immediately came to mind to me (all previously mentioned): Craig Macke - Mater Dei Brandon James - Perry Meridian Ty Mills - Brownsburg A lot more good names mentioned so far.....
  6. 4 points
    Y21AB

    Best to come up short

    Riley Lefever was a Fargo runner up, a 4x D3 champ and he beat a sr level world bronze medalist, he also lost 2-0 to JDen Cox... Not sure if this is still a conversation.
  7. 3 points
  8. 3 points
    Y2CJ41

    Most wins in a Season

    The most with today's rules is 66 BEFORE the stat series 6 single duals 6 two-point events that are all two-day 10 match events It's not likely, but still possible. Add in 3 matches from sectional, 3 from regional, 4 from semi-state and state and you get 82. FYI, I didn't have to take my shoes off to count!
  9. 3 points
    leggin89

    Jacob Moran

    He is at the OTC and is competing under the Elite Athlete Program. He is still planning on heading to IU next year as they are sponsoring him at the OTC.
  10. 3 points
    I think they are still getting things figured out with redshirts and the weights. He won his initial wrestle-off at 141, but another kid who has been 149 may be dropping to 141 and Ty lost that match at a 146 catch-weight. He's a tiny 141 and would probably drop to 133 if the coaches thought that was in the team's best interest, but I know they are trying to bulk him up. He wants to be in the starting lineup and we'll just have to compare the results over the next several tournaments and see what shakes out before our dual season starts. Either way, just glad he's back on the mat and ready to take his lumps (and give some!) while he adjusts to the college style.
  11. 3 points
    Congratulations to Raymond Rioux from Avon for signing with Indianapolis. He is projected to wrestle 133. View full signing
  12. 3 points
    TripleB

    Evansville Waaaaaayyy to Early P4P

    With Littel and Lee gone.......my man (never met him) Dorian Keys grabs the #1 spot on Evansville's P4P... and hey @JMILL some Miller kid I guess will slide in, I know I'm getting desperate. If a skinny wants it go and win a state title chumps. I'm back and doing rankings again (it's like a bad addiction), line ups and mat cred to dubentz@gmail.com.
  13. 2 points
    thebandit

    Team Rankings: 3A Dual Preseason

    I'm sorry, but the dawgs and the little leprechauns will stand no chance to the mean, cold, despicable, and cute wildcats from EVANSVILLE MATER DEI. MD> The entire state of Indiana. BRING IT ON. PREPARE FOR INEVITABLE DOOM.
  14. 2 points
    Three questions for Triple B: 1. Is there anyone better at advancing rhetorical questions in an article than Triple B? (Technically, this may not count as a question, because of its rhetorical nature). 2. Who do you think are questioning ontherise? The temerity! The unmitigated gall. 3. Where have you been? I thought you retired!
  15. 2 points
    SWINfan

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Findlay Open - wrestled to 6th Place @133 Chase Wilkerson (UIndy) finished 2-2 and DNP @141 Matt McKinney (UIndy) went 1-2 and DNP @141 Breyden Bailey (UIndy) went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place. He lost 5-3 to Jordan Crace (Michigan State unattached) in the final. Crace beat Asa Garcia 3-2 last weekend. @157 Blaze Lowery (UIndy) went 3-2 and DNP @157 Jordan Slivka (Ohio U) went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place. He lost 5-4 to Bryan Lavearn (Tiffin) in the jorge final. @165 Jack Eitleljorge (UIndy) went 3-0 and finished 1st/2nd @165 Dawson Combest (UIndy) went 3-0 and finished 1st/2nd - My guess is that since both finalists were from the same school they didn't wrestle the match? @165 Nathan Conley (UIndy) went 0-2 and DNP @165 Hunter Reed (Findlay) went 1-2 and DNP @174 Derek Blubaugh (UIndy) went 2-2 and DNP @197 Griffin Stine (UIndy) went 1-2 and DNP @285 Jack Williams (UIndy) went 0-2 and DNP My apologies if I missed anyone!
  16. 2 points
    Congratulations to Hunter Cottingham from Western for signing with Indianapolis. He is projected to wrestle 141. View full signing
  17. 2 points
    Hayden Lohrey (Purdue) also had a great day and took 1st at 165 in the amateur division. He defeated the 2nd, 3rd and 4th place finishers and didn’t give up a takedown all tournament. One Match of note was defeating Nathan Conley (UIndy)7-2 in round 2.
  18. 2 points
    nkraus

    How Many Wrestlers?

    We went from 51 down to 50. I'm surprised some of them stuck around. Our feeder league has 70-90 per year for k-8, but then during middle school season another 20 will come out. Our last couple freshman classes have been 12-15. On our current team we have 10 seniors, 10 juniors, 15 sophomores, and 15 freshman. The kid we had quit was a freshman.
  19. 2 points
    navy80

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Ohio Open Carson Brewer's place is unknown and has scored 0.5 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Carson Brewer (Ohio University) received a bye () (Bye) Quarterfinal - Tony Vezzetti (Notre Dame ) won by decision over Carson Brewer (Ohio University) (Dec 7-4) Cons. Round 2 - Carson Brewer (Ohio University) won by decision over Zane Lanham (West Liberty) (Dec 3-1) Cons. Semi - Antonio Stewart (Reinhardt University (GA)) won in sudden victory - 1 over Carson Brewer (Ohio University) (SV-1 7-5) Gold Division 133 Cayden Rooks's place is 2nd and has scored 13.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Bray (Notre Dame ) (Dec 5-2) Quarterfinal - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won by decision over Richie Gomez (Edinboro) (Dec 8-5) Semifinal - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won in sudden victory - 1 over Eric Bartos (Mercyhurst University) (SV-1 9-7) 1st Place Match - Justin Patrick (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) (Dec 3-2) Gold Division 141 Asa Garcia's place is unknown and has scored 5.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) won by fall over Alexis Soriano (Mercyhurst University) (Fall 3:48) Champ. Round 2 - Evan Cheek (Cleveland State University) won by tech fall over Asa Garcia (Indiana University) (TF 19-3) Cons. Round 2 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) received a bye () (Bye) Cons. Round 3 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) won by major decision over Trent Leon (Reinhardt University (GA)) (Maj 13-5) Cons. Round 4 - Gabriel Tagg (North Carolina) won by fall over Asa Garcia (Indiana University) (Fall 4:38) Gold Division 165 Nick South's place is 2nd and has scored 20.5 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Nick South (Indiana University) won by major decision over Cole Tenety (Reinhardt University (GA)) (Maj 9-1) Champ. Round 2 - Nick South (Indiana University) won by tech fall over Dominic Jacocks (Notre Dame ) (TF 15-0) Quarterfinal - Nick South (Indiana University) won by injury default over Noah Grover (Buffalo) (Inj. 8:48) Semifinal - Nick South (Indiana University) won by decision over Cade Hepner (Ohio State) (Dec 3-2) 1st Place Match - Carson Kharchla (Ohio State) won by decision over Nick South (Indiana University) (Dec 7-4) Donnell Washington's place is 2nd and has scored 15.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by major decision over Fritz Schierl (Ohio State) (Maj 18-9) Quarterfinal - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by major decision over Anthony Marra (Notre Dame ) (Maj 14-4) Semifinal - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by decision over Chase Archangelo (Cleveland State University) (Dec 8-5) 1st Place Match - Rocky Jordan (Ohio State) won by decision over Donnell Washington (Indiana University) (Dec 4-3) Gold Division 197 Nick Willham's place is 5th and has scored 7.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Nick Willham (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Harnish (Mercyhurst University) (Dec 4-2) Semifinal - Benny Smith (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Nick Willham (Indiana University) (Dec 5-3) Cons. Semi - Nicholas Mason (Tiffin) won by decision over Nick Willham (Indiana University) (Dec 3-2) 5th Place Match - Nick Willham (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Harnish (Mercyhurst University) (Dec 5-3)
  20. 2 points
    CoachM

    2019 Head Coaching Changes

    McCutcheon - Chuck Wallace stepped down - Adam Metzger is the new head coach
  21. 2 points
    Jdhomes

    How Many Wrestlers?

    Wheeler high school is currently at 32, I have a few that are not allowed to practice until physical are turn in. I believe my real number is at 26-28. I will know in a few weeks but I’m usually good on keeping everyone who steps on my mats. This is actually the highest numbers we had. Full line up, With a 14 that I had for a least 2-3 years so I have a nice core. Wheeler only having 531 kids enrolled , and only on our 7th year of having this program. And we are finalizing our plans for our new wrestling room. Things are moving forward in the right direction.
  22. 2 points
    patriotfan

    How Many Wrestlers?

    40+ in the room at the moment, looking at 70+ once once football is back in the room, goal every year is 100
  23. 2 points
    Hoosierfan05

    2019 Head Coaching Changes

    Logan Luce and Mason Meling will be the Danville Community coaches this year.
  24. 2 points
    Thor

    IU vs Purdue

    I gotta give it to Purdue this year. IU is getting some young talent, but they're still young. Purdue returns a lot of experience, including bring back 6 national qualifers to IUs one, two of those who ended up in the blood round. IU has been making moves, but so has Purdue. Ersland has a pound for pound ranked kid coming in from PA in Gerit Neinjhuis coming in, as well as a nationally ranked Jake Rundell.
  25. 2 points
    piscis1956

    Best to come up short

    Some really good ones already mentioned. I’ll throw William Campbell of Warren Central into the mix.
  26. 2 points
    Antknee

    Best to come up short

    Alex Dolly - Mishawaka
  27. 2 points
    littell

    Brayden Littell injury

    Even though I am on here daily I never log in And leave remarks the last time I did Was to tell everybody that Brayden would not be finishing his freshman year due to moving back to center Grove And unfortunately that is why I am on here today in preparing for super 32 Brayden Tore the ACL in his left knee And requires surgery which means this is the Official end of his high school career Recovery time takes us into the summer There is no doubt in my mind that if all the obstacles were not thrown in his way he could have done so much more in high school His one and only full season resulted in an undefeated state champ We have spoken To Ohio and they are still honoring his scholarship so there is no doubt that you will hear his name again in the wrestling community This is a hard pill to swallow we will lick our wounds and battle forward And please grammar police keep your comments to yourself Preciate everybody who has supported him Look for him to take over the mac conference in the next couple years
  28. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Triples with TripleB

    Our newest weekly article is a quick hit look at the week ahead and a recap of the previous week. TripleB will give you three things you need to know, three events to watch for this week, and three questions with someone in wrestling. 3 Things You Need to Know 1. New Coaches look to make an impact 40 programs have new coaches at the helm this season, including 5 ranked teams. will it be business as usual or will there be a disruption in the force?? #7 1A Eastern(Greentown)- Zach Pence #2 1A Southridge- Kurt Collins #18 Franklin- Jim Tonte #17 Portage- Andrew Bradbury #5 Warren Central- Matt Krulik 2. Post Season Dynasties There’s dominant, then there’s #PainTrain dominant. Brownsburg is a phenomenal 16-0 at IHSWCA Dual Team State Championships and have won the last 4 in a row. Can the Bulldogs add a ring to their thumbs this year?? Brownsburg Coach Darrick Snyder, “At Brownsburg we take a lot of pride in our performance at dual state. We want to be the best team in the state. We put a huge emphasis on dual state because we know that shows the best team” Cathedral needed 4 leaf clovers and all the luck of the Irish last year as Jordan Slvika and Elliott Rodgers turned in monumental efforts to lock up individual state championships and help Cathedral rally for a 3rd consecutive big old Indiana plaque at Bankers Life. Will the luck of the Irish be on their side for a fourth consecutive title? Indianapolis Cathedral Coach Sean McGinley, “Look for the Irish to struggle a bit out of the gate. However, if we do our jobs and keep getting better each week, by tournament time we feel we will be one of the few teams that people are talking about with a chance to bring home a team state championship.” 3. How will the football runs impact early season matches? 7 of the top 10 preseason ranked teams are still alive as Indianapolis Cathedral, Evansville Mater Dei, Warren Central, Roncalli, Carmel, Merriville, and Hobart all played in regional games on Friday night. Will these ranked hammers stumble out of the gate as teams patiently wait for football players to wrap up, get healed, and get in wrestling shape? Look for the holiday tournaments before some of these teams are fully loaded. Merrillville, Carmel, Mount Vernon(Fortville), Hobart, and Adams Central will all be playing this week at semi-state. 3 Feature Matches 1. Opening dual of the season! The Battle for the Paddle; Madison at Southwestern Since the incarnation of the Battle, Madison has ran the tables winning all nine duals. What this match has lacked is over all dual excitement as forfeits on both sides have been an issue, but the scuttlebutt is that this year both teams will be bringing full line ups into the Dual and Southwestern is hoping to keep the paddles in Hanover! 2. Crown Point vs Portage Portage graduates 4 state qualifiers and new coach Andrew Bradbury jumps right into the frying pan in this Region kick off dual. Returning state qualifiers Ty Haskins and Damari Dancy will look to keep this dual close but on paper Crown Point appears to be too strong. Lead by returning state champ Jesse Mendez, with 5 freshman and 2 sophomores in starting lineup, the Bulldogs will look to rack up bonus team points early and often! 3. Capital City Classic Through the years Triple C is one of the toughest opening weekend tournaments with teams like Beech Grove, Perry, Warren, Bloomington North, Mishawaka, and North Central winning the very first one. Perry Meridian looks to be the front-runner for the 38th annual Capital City Classic.This years line up includes - Beech Grove, Franklin Central, Greenwood, Indian Creek, Jeffersonville, Perry Meridian, Plainfield, Westfield 3 Questions with Mike Reiser 1. What is your background in wrestling? I wrestled for Coach Jim Wadkins at Calumet High school. I graduated in 2001 and was a part of some successful teams. We were three-time team sectional champs, two-time regional champs, and two-time Lake Athletic Conference champs. Individually I was a two-time sectional champ and two-time semi state qualifier. 2. Why do rankings, it seem very stressful and thankless, what drives you to do rankings? There are times that the rankings can be stressful, but I learned early on that you can’t make everyone happy. I love doing the rankings both semi state and state. I think it is the best job in the state it has given me a lot of opportunities to broadcast and do the gorilla radio. 3. What do you do when you are not neck deep in wrestling? When I am not doing the rankings and going over results, I work my actual job which is a Project Manager for an Environmental Company. I also coach my 2 daughters in softball which is becoming a full time job also.
  29. 1 point
    It’s hard to refute how good Brownsburg is. With the incredible work ethic and conditioning Coach Snyder infuses into the program and all the upper class leadership, it’s no wonder they don’t win an IHSAA title every single year. It is also really good to see programs like Mishawaka creep back into the Top20. When a high quality coach leaves town, it typically takes decades to replace. Glad to see the Cavemen competitive again.
  30. 1 point
    56 Wrestlers if I understood the preview correctly. That's a big room! A lot of guys ultimately competing for 10 spots. Lots of IN kids on the roster. Let's hope they have a great season!
  31. 1 point
    TeamGarcia

    Most wins in a Season

    Sounds about right
  32. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Most wins in a Season

    https://indianamat.com/index.php?/history/careerwins.html/
  33. 1 point
    wchew20

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Maryville/Kaufman Brand Open Hayden Lohrey (Purdue) took 1st at 165 in the amateur division. He defeated the 2nd, 3rd and 4th place finishers and didn’t give up a takedown all tournament. One Match of local note: defeated Nathan Conley (UIndy)7-2 in round 2.
  34. 1 point
    Platteville Wis.- University of Wisconsin-Plattville sophomore Alexander Strueder (Fisher, Indiana) scored a takedown in sudden victory to win the 157 pound championship in the annual Super 8 Invitaional in the Pioneers’ Williams Fieldhouse. With the score tied 3-3 late in the third period, Strueder needed a take down due to the point for riding time that Jessy Diaz of the University of Dubuque would have been rewarded. Stueder got the take down and what was thought to be for the championship as time ran out. The officials got together and determined that Strueder let go of Diaz with one second on the clock and rewarded Diaz with a point for escaping and the extra point for riding time to force sudden victory period. Starting in neutral position, Stueder made short work as the aggresser in the sudden victory period recording the takedown 10 seconds into the period to officaly be crowned the champion. “Coach (Mike) DeRoehn always preaches to fight your butt off, how hard can you fight. I gave up a takedown early, but came back and got the takedown with a second left, going in to overtime I knew I was prepared, we been working our butts off in the (wrestling) room,” Strueder said. “I knew I had an opportunity to go out there and make a statement and not leave it in the hands of the officials and take the match in my hands. I went back to what was working for me, my double underhooks, and took him down and that was the match.” “Mindset was the difference maker for Strueder today. Throughout the tournament, he did a great job of listening to the coaches and then executed some crucial in-match technical adjustments,” DeRoehn said. “It was outstanding to see him keep his composure under pressure in the championship match and we’re really proud of his fight out there today.” The Pioneers return to the mat Nov. 20 at UW-Whitewater. Written by: Jason Piddington, Public Relations Writer-Athletics, Communications, 608-342-7645, piddingj@uwplatt.edu Photo taken by: Andy McNeill, Campus Photographer, Communications
  35. 1 point
    AJ

    How Many Wrestlers?

    We started with 25 on Monday... grade and physical checks are today, so we shall see... I am excited for the 10 freshmen that we have!!!
  36. 1 point
    coachaking

    How Many Wrestlers?

    We have 27 on day one. Much like Blane, a few kids need this or that paper work wise but looks like right around 30. We had 35 at a call out meeting and seemed promising, but kids wanting/needing jobs, focus on grades the usual reasons, legit or not. Good sized freshman class with 12 guys there. Our program seems to be growing every year. 3 years ago when I moved from jr high to high school we had 12 guys finish the season, back then i thought if we had 5 per class we would be doing pretty good. Middle school numbers are rising up around 45ish 6th, 7th, 8th graders. Last night was our first youth camp night and had 60 kids from k-6. So we are excited about the momentum!
  37. 1 point
    Jack Jones

    Best to come up short

    Beast
  38. 1 point
    MattM

    Best to come up short

    The Rebels still living on in memory.
  39. 1 point
    BrennanFan

    3x vs 4x

    My dad told me Lance Ellis was a freakin animal back in the day. He said he could hang with any generation of wrestling, even the guys wrestling now.
  40. 1 point
    davecloud

    Mike Golando

    Very sad to hear about the passing of Mike Golando. Always enjoyed seeing him at meets. A consummate professional and a gentleman. Quite a loss for Indiana wrestling. RIP, Mike. Dave Cloud Arabian Wrestling
  41. 1 point
    UncleJimmy

    D3 NWCA Rankings

    Somebody wake @SWINfan up and tell him it's almost wrestling season and time to revive the college board! Highlighted the IN dudes I'm aware of..If I missed some my apologies. Sorry for the terrible formatting skillz..my time at Ball U preceded computer science classes. National Wrestling Coaches Association Division III Individual Ranking – October 29, 2019 125 133 1. Mike Tortorice – UW Whitewater (sr) 1. Charlie Nash – Baldwin Wallace University (sr) 2. Peter Del Gallo – University of Southern Maine (sr) 2. Jake Giordano – The College of New Jersey (jr) 3. Victor Gliva – Augsburg University (sr) 3. Levi Engleman – Ferrum College (so) 4. Carlos Champagne – Wabash College (so) 4. Josh Stenger – UW La Crosse (jr) 5. Eron Hayes – Nebraska Wesleyan University (jr) 5. Ian Tolotti – Springfield College (sr) 6. Brady Kyner – Wartburg College (jr) 6. Kristian Rumph – Wartburg College (so) 7. Matt Caccamise – SUNY Brockport (jr) 7. Brice Everson – Loras College (sr) 8. Dante Ginnetti – Baldwin Wallace University (sr) 8. Kordell Rush – Delaware Valley University (sr) 9. Sawyer Sarbacker – UW La Crosse (jr) 9. Riley Lomenick – Wabash College (jr) 10. Sean Reddington – Messiah College (jr) 10. Josiah Gehr – Messiah College (so) 141 149 1. Jordin James – University of Mount Union (jr) 1. Brett Kaliner – Stevens Institute of Technology (jr) 2. Clint Lembeck – Loras College (sr) 2. Zachary Cooper – Alma College (sr) 3. Ben Brisman – Ithaca College (sr) 3. Da’Mani Burns – Johnson & Wales University (jr) 4. Brendan Ladd – Alma College (sr) 4. Luke Hernandez – University of Mount Union (jr) 5. Brock Rathbun – Wartburg College (jr) 5. Evan Drill – New York University (sr) 6. Troy Stanich – Stevens Institute of Technology (sr) 6. Brady Fritz – Wartburg College (so) 7. Mario Vazquez – Ferrum College (sr) 7. Jimmy McAuliffe – Elmhurst College (jr) 8. Hazen Rice – UW Whitewater (sr) 8. Stanley Bleich – Baldwin Wallace University (jr) 9. Owen Doster – Wabash College (sr) 9. Sean Sax – Westminster College (so) 10. Joseph Rossetti – Williams College (jr) 10. Max Temple – Castleton University (sr) 157 165 1. Antwon Pugh – University of Mount Union (jr) 1. Ryan Epps – Augsburg University (sr) 2. Brandon Murray – Loras College (sr) 2. Dempsey King – Rochester Institute of Technology (sr) 3. Kaidon Winters – Rochester Institute of Technology (jr) 3. Kyle Hatch – Wabash College (jr) 4. Grant Zamin – UW La Crosse (jr) 4. Eddie Smith – Loras College (sr) 5. Cole Erickson – Coe College (sr) 5. Taylor Shay – Roger Williams University (sr) 6. Austin Bethel – Wabash College (jr) 6. Austin Whitney – Ithaca College (sr) 7. Trevor Corl – Lycoming College (sr) 7. Bradan Birt – Millikin University (jr) 8. Sam Schneider – Ithaca College (so) 8. Thomas Poklikuha – Stevens Institute of Technology (sr) 9. Hunter Neely – Washington & Jefferson University (sr) 9. Jared Walker – Washington & Jefferson University (sr) 10. Stephen Maloney – Messiah College (sr) 10. Sam Gross – John Carroll University (jr) 174 184 1. Darden Schurg – Wabash College (sr) 1. John Boyle – Western New England University (sr) 2. Kyle Briggs – Wartburg College (jr) 2. Josh Glantzman – US Merchant Marine Academy (sr) 3. Dan Kilroy – College of New Jersey (sr) 3. Tannar Vassar – Augsburg University (sr) 4. AJ Aeberli – US Coast Guard Academy (sr) 4. Dyaln Roth – Heidelberg University (sr) 5. Kyle Peisker – University of Chicago (sr) 5 Cody Baldridge – North Central College (so) 6. Jacob Krakow – Loras College (jr) 6. Josh Edel – Coe College (sr) 7. Jarritt Shinhoster – UW Whitewater (so) 7. Ben Sarasin – University of Chicago (so) 8. Solomon Nielsen – Augsburg University (jr) 8. Paul Detwiler – US Coast Guard Academy (so) 9. Sawyer Massie – UW LaCrosse (sr) 9. Devin Pingle – Adrian College (jr) 10. Malik Settle – New England College (sr) 10. Isaac Odell – Wheaton College (sr) 197 285 1. Riley Kauzlaric – UW Whitewater (sr) 1. Adarios Jones – Augustana College (sr) 2. Taylor Mehmen – Coe College (sr) 2. Drew Casper – Otterbein University (sr) 3. Guy Patron – Loras College (sr) 3. Konrad Ernst – UW La Crosse (sr) 4. Zach Lehman – Baldwin Wallace University (sr) 4. Jerhett Lee – University of the Ozarks (sr) 5. Antonio McCloud – Mount Saint Joseph College (so) 5. Wade Ripple – Wabash College (jr) 6. Kobe Woods – Wartburg College (jr) 6. Patrick Irwin – US Coast Guard Academy (sr) 7. Jon Wagner – US Coast Guard Academy (jr) 7. Michael DiNardo – Johnson & Wales University (sr) 8. Gage Gladysz – Thiel College (sr) 8. Trevor Piggott – Olivet College (jr) 9. Michael Dooley – Stevens Institute of Technology (so) 9. Lucas Rhinehart – UW Platteville (jr) 10. Tom Wrzesien – Johnson & Wales University (so) 10. Nico Ramirez – Southern Virginia University (jr
  42. 1 point
    ontherise219

    Mike Golando

    That is sad news great official better person. He will be missed
  43. 1 point
    Loved that 1! Kid was a legit stud
  44. 1 point
    quinnsDAD

    Best to come up short

    Gunnar Larson Avon Q/5/2/3 Mental Attitude Award Senior Year
  45. 1 point
    Antknee

    New unis

    Barbarian Apparel. I've used them for both Jimtown and Bremen. Great pricing and fantastic material.
  46. 1 point
    Starting November 4th, FIWC will begin youth practices. On an introductory basis, there will be a $7 drop-in fee for each practice. Monthly rates available also. Great opportunity to be coached by '17-'18 Team USA member, Brandon Wright. 4th-8th Grade: Mondays- 6:30pm—8:00pm Thursdays- 6:30pm—8:00pm Pre-K-3rd Grade: Wednesdays- 5:30pm—6:30pm Sundays- 3:00pm—4:00pm Location: Cathedral High School, A.E Hasbrook Wrestling Center 5225 E. 56th St. Indianapolis, IN 46226 Coach: BRANDON WRIGHTCareer Highlights- Third in U.S. World Team Trials (2017)- Second in U.S. Open (2017)- Second in University Nationals (2013)- Two-time NAIA National champion for Grand View (2014-15)Career Biography2017: Third in U.S. World Team Trials… Second in U.S. Open2016: Fourth in Last Chance Olympic Trials Qualifier2013: Second in University Nationals… Second in Northern Plains RegionalCollege: 2014 and 2015 NAIA national champion for Grand View (Iowa)USAW Age-Group: 2008 USAW Cadet Nationals championHigh School: Two-time Indiana (IHSSA) state champion for Warren Central… four-time state finalistPersonal: Son of Tim Wright, four-time NCAA Division II champion for SIU Edwardsville https://www.teamusa.org/usa-wrestling/athletes/Brandon-Wright If you have any questions, please text 317-979-2684, send msg here, or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FIWC317/
  47. 1 point
    I'd take Blake Boarman
  48. 1 point
    bwoodjc89

    Brayden Littell injury

    This is my favorite Mattyb post in the history of Mattyb posts. LOL
  49. 1 point
    SWINfan

    Kyle Todrank

    He's 3-11 on the year so better to be remembered for something....
  50. 1 point
    BackyardChamp

    Kyle Todrank

    Do you really think this guy is going to tell his kids a story about how he was "ONLY down by 10" when he got pinned by Jason Nolf as if that will be his greatest accomplishment? Lol wow, I hope not. The fact of the matter is when you are in a wrestling match, taunting an oppenent is unnecessary, especially when you're losing...
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