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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
    Triple B-- I don't know you so I can't impugn your character like you did mine. I used a real word, with a real and definite meaning. I do not engage in our current looking-to-be-offended-cancel-culture. Our LIfe Skills students at PH are part of our program as managers. I would never use a word designed to demean a person with a disability. The word is a VERB. The horrible term you refer to is a slang term that I never use and have admonished my wrestlers and football players for using. If you wish to speak to me directly as opposed to attacking me in a public forum, my phone is 765-610-8150. Dave Cloud
  3. 9 points
    UncleJimmy

    Wrestling Little League outline

    Fixed it for you!
  4. 6 points
    TripleB

    Wrestling Little League outline

    So you presented this in a national forum and used the word "retards"? As a life long special educator and a guy that works daily with students with moderate cognitive disabilities, I wished my elementary wrestlers listened and followed directions like "retards". Stay classy
  5. 5 points
    MattM

    Donate bananas?

    There is always money in the banana stand.
  6. 4 points
    MattM

    Question about rankings??

    Being ranked in general is a nice recognition of your hard work and ability. in recent years some of these Freshman have put together a very impressive national resume over the last couple years against cadet age group competition. So I can see some ranking coordinator may consider plugging a few in, especially at the lower weights. Not every talented wrestlers will have their name out there enough to get that recognition later in the the year, let along at this point of the season. Our ranking guys do a great job and are pretty accurate with their picks by the last rankings, but even they will point out how a couple unranked guys (mostly due to lack of info on them) who qualified for state slipped by them. However, getting too caught up in where you are rank isn't necessary, especially in the first month of competition. That ranking maybe a curse to some if they feel if they value it too much. Heck I've seen kids get so nervous about trying to keep a ranking they finally earned that they drop matches they probably shouldn't have by being too conservative or failing on a mid-match desperation move after being down a couple points early. I've also seen ranked wrestlers let their foot off the gas and drop a match because they began to assume that ranking meant they have already proven they will make it to state. The rankings will all "come out in the wash" as the season progresses and more results start come in. If anything use your lower or non-ranking as motivation to keep improving your craft so you can prove your ability doesn't match your ranking when that time comes. When a wrestlers season ends, and they looked back at how they did, believe me they they won't be reflecting on where they were ranked during the course of that year.
  7. 3 points
    Jcjcjc

    Toughest Conferences

    We’re showing up to the conference seeding meeting this year and seeing if we can get back in. Currently In Northwest Crossroads Conference with Andrean, Munster, Lowell, Kankakee Valley, and Highland.
  8. 3 points
    Clan Campbell

    Sportsmanship

    Although I wasn't at Circle City Classic, I was the tournament director at the Brownsburg JV Invite today where Franklin Central had a good group of young JV kids. I can say Franklin Central's boys were respectful, well disciplined, and well coached team. Your comment doesn't seem to align with what I've seen first hand from the FC squad and coaching staff. Doug Campbell
  9. 3 points
    Next, wrestling shoes can only be red or green to match the ankle bands and only white socks no logos . Lots of confusion whos red and green . Making a lot of sense now that I’m thinking about it more and more . The Notorious
  10. 2 points
  11. 2 points
    bluemonster

    Semi State Rankings

    Ditto for NC
  12. 2 points
    tskin

    Question about rankings??

    News flash I was ranked in the power poll my jr and sr year and never made it out of regionals. Rankings don't matter
  13. 2 points
    You are correct, Galagore. I know in my industry (a global industry) that word is used on a regular basis as just meaning “to slow down”. The word is definitely not to be taken as derogatory in every context.
  14. 2 points
    By STEVE KRAHstvkrh905@gmail.com Bolstered by the bond of teammates and the backing of family and coaches, Ian Heath continues to give it his all on the high school wrestling mat. The 132-pound junior at Leo enjoys workouts and meets with about a dozen other Lions, appreciates all the support from his parents and sister and gets guidance from a staff led by a seasoned head coach. “Everything you do is for your team and for your family,” says Heath. “We’ve got a small team. We’re super close and would do anything for each other. It makes you want to wrestle harder when you do it for guys you’ve bonded with. I really enjoy how close we are. “It’s like a big group of brothers.” Ian is the son of Shane and Kelli Heath and the older brother of Anna. Shane is Fort Wayne Police Department detective and former Norwell High School wrestler, Kelli a DeKalb County probation officer and Anna a Leo eighth grader. “They’ve supported me through everything,” says Ian. “Me and my dad have been on so many road trips. My mom has stayed up so many late nights washing clothes. My little sister helps clean mats at the high school. “It’s a family effort for sure.” Rod Williams is in his 30th season of coaching high school wrestling in Indiana. It’s his fifth in charge at Leo. He was head coach at East Noble and Norwell and before that an assistant at his alma mater — DeKalb (Class of 1986). Among his East Noble grapplers was Taylor March, who won 163 matches with a state titles, two runners-up and a third-place finish. Danny Irwin, who is now head coach at West Liberty (W.Va.) University, wrestled for Williams at Norwell. Danny’s brother, Matt Irwin, was in junior high when Williams led the Knights program and went on to win a state title. Williams wrestled for Logansport and head coach Joe Patacsil then moved to DeKalb as a senior and worked with head coach Russ Smith. He grappled at Manchester College for head coach Tom Jarman. “I was blessed with outstanding coaches,” says Williams, who is assisted this season at Leo by Chad Lothamer, Tad Davis and son Logan Williams. Heath says Rod Williams trains wrestlers to defeat the best. “You work to beat the top 1 percent and you’ll beat everybody else anyways,” says Heath. “We focus at Leo on proper technique that’s going to beat the best guys.” Heath and his mat brothers take that message of being relentless to heart. “(Williams) preaches that to the team,” says Heath. “That’s what we try to live by at Leo. “It comes back to wrestling hard the whole time." “It’s not about doing just enough to win. That’s not what Coach Williams wants.” What Williams appreciates about Heath is his willingness to always give his best effort. “Everybody wants to be a champion,” says Williams. “Very few people are willing to pay the price. (Heath’s) motor never stops." “We always say we want to be extremely stubborn on our feet, relentless on top and explosive on bottom. He never stops wrestling.” As for Heath’s place on the team, his head coach sees him as a leader with his work ethic. “He leads by example,” says Williams. “He’s very encouraging of the other guys." “A lot of the other wrestlers feed off his intensity.” Heath had his first mat experiences in first grade, but really began to take the sport seriously in middle school. He has traveled extensively since then and competed with coach Bryan Bailey the Indiana Outlaws Wrestling Club and trained with coach Kevin English and Elite Athletic Club among others. “In the off-season, we travel everywhere,” says Heath. “It’s a different practice every night." “(English) told me to get comfortable with being uncomfortable and embrace the whole grind of the sport.” Spending so much time in so many different wrestling environments has taught Heath many ways to attack and defend. “I really enjoy new technique,” says Heath. “When it comes down to it, I have my fundamentals I stick to. “But I have a couple of tricks up my sleeve.” Heath went 41-6 as a Leo freshman and was a qualifier for the IHSAA State Finals at 120. As a sophomore, he went 44-3 and placed fifth at 126. He is off to a 5-0 start as a junior. At 90-9, Heath is No. 2 on the all-time victory list at Leo. With nearly two seasons left in his prep career, he seems sure to go well past 2007 graduate Chad Friend (112-13) for No. 1. “It’s not as important to me as getting as good as I can,” says Heath. “I’m not chasing records." “I have a passion and love for the sport. Everyday I go to practice I get to do what I love." “It makes it easier to get through the tough times.” His regular workout partners are senior Clayton Jackson (138) and junior Jacob Veatch (126) as well as Logan Williams. Jackson and Veatch present contrasting styles. “Clay is very fundamental,” says Heath. “He has very good defense. He stays in good position all the time. “If I’m going to score on him, it has to be perfect technique.” Jackson and senior Tom Busch (285) serve as team captains. Heath describes Veatch as “super funky” and flexible. “I have to be even more fundamental (against Veatch),” says Heath. “I have to finish quick and start if I’m going to finish the takedown on Jake." “I’ve got great partners.” The Leo schedule includes the New Haven Super 10 on Dec. 21, the North Montgomery Holiday Tournament Dec. 27-28 (duals on Friday and individual format on Saturday) and the Class 2A Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association State Duals. Four of eight Northeast Eight Conference schools — Leo, Bellmont, Columbia City and Norwell— will compete. “Everything you do is working toward the middle of February,” says Heath. “I take every match one match at a time. But State’s always on my mind." “There’s nothing compares to being on the floor at Bankers Life.” Heath has already experienced what it’s like on Friday night of the State Finals with the Parade of Champions leading up to first-round matches. “We’re all in the (Indiana) Pacers practice gym and it’s quiet,” says Heath. “You know in about 20 minutes it’s ‘go time.’ (Wrestlers are) getting their mind right before they step out there." “One of the coolest things I’ve got to experience is that walk.” He has the chance to make the walk a couple more times before heading off to college where he hopes to continue as a wrestler. While their time together at Leo has not been that long, the coach and the athlete actually met several years ago. A Herff Jones salesman, Williams was introduced to Heath when he was a toddler and around the Norwell program where Ian’s aunt was then a manager. One day when Williams had the Heisman Trophy with him, he and Ian posed with it for a photo. The youngster told the coach he was going to be a wrestler. “I’d like to coach him some day,” says the coach’s reply. All these years later, it is happening. “Ian is a great young man,” says Williams. “It’s an honor to coach him.” View full article
  15. 2 points
    MattM

    Toughest tournaments

  16. 2 points
    Champ725

    Top 5 Freshman Opinions..

    Great Start for Aiden Torres of Chesterton going 10-0 in Illinois today
  17. 2 points
    Manimal2001

    Ball State Wrestling Club

    Wrestling Club at Ball State as been created. Go follow the twitter account @BSUWC. Should have some apparel for sale in January. Going to plan on going to some opens in February.
  18. 2 points
    By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Real adversity meets opportunity. That’s the story of Jacob Linky. The wrestling room at Warsaw Community High School is filled with pulsing music and coaches barking instructions as more than three dozen Tigers get after it. One wrestler — junior Linky — goes through the workout, rehearsing his moves with his workout partner, cranking out pull-ups and running laps around the room. But without the sounds heard by the others. Linky lives in a world that is mostly silent. Without his cochlear implants, Linky can’t hear much of anything. There was one incident where smoke alarms went off all over the house where Jacob now resides with Nrian and Brenda Linky. It was 3 a.m. “Jacob slept through the alarm,” says Brian Linky, Jacob’s legal guardian. “I woke him in the morning.” The young man was not born deaf. Now 18, Jacob was about 5 and in native Africa — Lake Volta, Ghana, to be exact — when he lost his hearing at the hands of his father. “We were slaves,” says Jacob, speaking of his early childhood through interpreter Rebecca Black. “We helped my dad in his fishing business. “I didn’t used to be deaf. My dad hit by head a whole bunch. That’s how I became the way I am.” His father demanded that young Jacob dive into very deep waters full of dangerous creatures. “I felt a pop in my ears,” says Jacob. “I was a kid.” His native language was Twi, but he didn’t hear much that after his hearing was gone. Growing up the second oldest of seven children, Jacob has a brother who was born to another family, rejected and traded to his father. It was a life that is difficult to imagine for those in the U.S. “My mom didn’t do anything wrong,” says Jacob. “She fed me.” Wanting the best for Jacob, his mother placed him in an orphanage. He eventually came to live in Warsaw when he was adopted by Andy and Dawn Marie Bass and began attending the fifth grade at Jefferson Elementary in Warsaw. He received hearing aids and then implants. “I’m thankful the Basses adopted me and brought me here,” says Jacob. “I now live with the Linky family.” Following grade school, Jacob went on to Edgewood Middle School in Warsaw and was introduced to wrestling. “I knew nothing (about the sport),” says Jacob. “I played around.” Drive and athletic prowess allow Jacob to excel on the high school mat. “At times his feisty side comes out because of that past,” says Warsaw head coach Kris Hueber. “He’s channeled it well and we’ve been able to harness well most of the time. “He has days where he is cranky and fired up, You know that he’s drawing from stuff that no one else has.” After missing his freshmen season, Jacob made an impact with the Tigers as a 145-pound sophomore, advancing to the East Chicago Semistate. “This year, I’d like to go all the way to State,” says Jacob, who spent the summer pumping iron and continues to eat a healthy diet of fruits, vegetables and protein while packing more muscle on a 5-foot-7, 160-pound frame. “(Jacob) fell in love with the weight room,” says Hueber. “There is not much on him that is not muscular. He’s one of those guys with his energy level he needs to be active. As an athlete, he is a remarkably gifted human being. He’s able to do things no one else in the room can do. Between strength, balance and agility, he is uniquely gifted.” Ask Jacob what his best quality is as a wrestler and says speed. His quickness and and strength come into play in the practice room with larger practice partners — 170-pound Brandon Estepp, 182-pound junior Mario Cortes and 195-pound senior Brock Hueber. “I don’t like to wrestle light persons,” says Jacob. “It makes me work hard to wrestle the big guys.” Warsaw opened the 2019-20 season Saturday with the Warsaw Invitational and Jacob went 5-0 with four pins. Sign language and lip-reading help him navigate life as a teenager and athlete. When Jacob wrestles, Black circles the mat to maintain eye contact and relay information to him. “She always looks where my head is,” says Jacob. “She always gets sweaty.” Who gets sweatier during a match? “Me,” says Jacob, thrusting a thumb at his chest. “I’m a harder worker.” Black has been around Jacob since he was in eighth grade. “I feel privileged to be involved in his life,” says Black. “He’s an amazing person. He just is.” Hueber has come to appreciate that Jacob has the ability to be both competitive and light-hearted. “He’s ornery still, but in a good way,” says Hueber. “He has not been able to out-grow being a kid. I love that.” While Jacob’s background and circumstance are different than his Tiger mates, Hueber says he’s “just one of the guys.” “(They) don’t treat him differently in any way,” says Hueber. “They love being around him because of his charisma and personality. He’s a really great teammate.” Hueber says working with Jacob has helped others recognize their influence. “They might be able to goof off for two minutes and snap right back,” says Hueber. “If (Jacob) misses one line of communication, there’s a lot that he’s got to recover from.” This means that workout partners need to be focused and attentive as well — not just for themselves but to also help Jacob. Hueber notes that Jacob has to concentrate and keep focused on his interpreter in class (his current favorite class in English and he is looking forward to Building Trades in the future) and practice. “There are probably times when he’s looking for a break,” says Hueber. “He’s on and he’s full-wired all day. That’s taxing mentally for sure.” Brian Linky works in payment processing at PayProTec in Warsaw and Brenda Linky is the special needs coordinator for Warsaw Community Schools. The Linkys have two sons who played basketball at Warsaw — Zack (now 28 and living in Calfiornia) and Ben (now 22 and attending Indiana University). Taking in Jacob means they have a teenager in the house again. “He’s been nothing but polite,” says Brian Linky. “He’s hard-working around the house (mowing the lawn, making his bed, walking the dog and cooking his own meals). He has friends over. He’s very happy.” As for the future, Jacob is considering joining the football team next year (he has never played the sport). He turns 19 in May. A brother, Christian, lives in Virginia and communicates with Jacob and family in Africa through text. “We’re going to save up so we can visit our parents in Africa,” says Jacob. Right now, he is doing life as an Indiana teenager and wrestling is a big part of it. Real adversity meets opportunity. View full article
  19. 2 points
    patriotfan

    Interesting Result

    Last year at semi state we had a first round match with an end score of 23-17
  20. 2 points
    Ironbear

    Interesting Result

    I have seen a lot of scores before they put in the 15 point rule. I saw one match when I wrestled for Muncie Southside 1981 where David Palmer beat our wrestler Persinger 48-11. When the match was over our guy was celebrating that he didn't get pinned and David grabbed his arm after the match was over an pointed up to the corner of the Gym where the scoreboard was mounted as to show him how bad it was.lol
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  22. 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!
  23. 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.
  24. 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.
  25. 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)
  26. 2 points
    CoachM

    2019 Head Coaching Changes

    McCutcheon - Chuck Wallace stepped down - Adam Metzger is the new head coach
  27. 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.
  28. 2 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.....
  29. 1 point
    regionrat1

    CKLV - Great Day of Wraslin

    Boilers got 3 in da finals
  30. 1 point
    Jack Jones

    Question about rankings??

    It's a "what have you done for me lately" thing.
  31. 1 point
    Date: 12/01/2019 Entity: IndianaMat Type: Dual Ranking Class: All 1. Brownsburg 2. Indianapolis Cathedral View full team ranking
  32. 1 point
    GenHeavyHandz

    Top 5 Freshman Opinions..

    The White Panther: Kaden Lone.
  33. 1 point
    TeamGarcia

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Lots of Indiana wrestlers wrestled today at Purdue Duals . Round 1Purdue 45, Indianapolis 0141: Alec White (PUR) def. Matt McKinney (UINDY), D 6-1149: Nate Limmex (PUR) def. Tylan Tucker (UINDY), TF 18-3 (5:58)157: No. 7 Kendall Coleman (PUR) def. Blaze Lowery (UINDY), MD 16-5165: Emil Soehnlen (PUR) def. Jack Eiteljorge (UINDY), D 9-4174: No. 9 Dylan Lydy (PUR) def. No. 12 Gleason Mappes (UINDY), MD 13-5184: Max Lyon (PUR) def. No. 9 Brody Conner (UINDY), D 8-3197: Thomas Penola (PUR) def. Zach Fry (UINDY), Fall 6:36285: David Eli (PUR) def. Jack Williams (UINDY), Fall 1:43125: No. 10 Devin Schroder (PUR) def. Nick Brady (UINDY), TF 16-0 (5:49)133: Travis Ford-Melton (PUR) def. No. 11 Ana Abduljelil (UINDY), Fall 1:29 Clarion 17 vs. Northern Illinois 19141: Taylor Ortz (CLA) def. Nathan Swartz (NIU), TF 17-0149: No. 7 Brock Zacherl (CLA) def. McCoy Kent (NIU), D 5-3157: Mason Kauffman (NIU) def. Avery Shay (CLA), D 3-2165: Izzak Olejnik (NIU) def. Michael Bartolo (CLA), D 9-5174: Kenny Moore (NIU) def. Max Wohlabaugh (CLA), D 6-3184: Brit Wilson (NIU) def. Luke Funck (CLA), MD 19-7197: Gage Braun (NIU) def. No. 19 Greg Bulsak (CLA), D 11-4285: Ty Bagoly (CLA) def. Max Ihry (NIU), D 4-2125: Bryce West (NIU) def. Jake Gromacki (CLA), D 4-2133: Seth Koleno (CLA) won by forfeit 6-0 Round 2 Purdue 34, Clarion 6141: Parker Filius (PUR) def. Taylor Ortz (CLAR), Fall (4:21)149: No. 13 Griffin Parriott (PUR) def. No. 7 Brock Zacherl (CLAR), D 4-2157: No. 7 Kendall Coleman (PUR) def. Avery Shay (CLAR), D 13-7165: Emil Soehnlen (PUR) def. Michael Bartolo (CLAR), D 8-3174: No. 7 Dylan Lydy (PUR) def. Max Wohlabaugh (CLAR), D 6-2184: Max Lyon (PUR) def. Luke Funck (CLAR), MD 14-1197: Christian Brunner (PUR) def. No. 19 Greg Bulsak (CLAR), Fall (5:15)285: Ty Bagoly (CLAR) def. Thomas Penola(PUR), Fall (1:07)125: No. 10 Devin Schroder (PUR) def. Jake Gromacki (CLAR), D 9-2133: Travis Ford-Melton (PUR) def. Seth Koleno (CLAR), D 11-7 Northern Illinois 36, Indianapolis 9141: Nathan Swartz (NIU) def. Matt McKinney (UIndy), Fall 1:39149: Anthony Gibson (NIU) def. Tylan Tucker (UIndy), Fall 1:54157: Dylan Thurston (NIU) def. Clay Jones (UIndy), D 9-5165: Jack Eitelijorge (UIndy) def. Zack Velasquez (NIU), D 6-5174: Caden McWhirter (NIU) def. No. 12 Gleason Mappes (UIndy), D 11-4184: Brit Wilson (NIU) def. No. 9 Brody Conner (UIndy), D 5-2197: Gage Braun (NIU) def. Griffin Stine (UIndy), TF 22-5 (6:10)285: Terrese Aaron (NIU) def. Jack Williams (UIndy), Fall 2:06125: Bryce West (NIU) def. Nick Brady (UIndy), MD 12-3133: No. 11 Ana Abdulijelil (UIndy) won by forfeit Round 3 Purdue 31, Northern Illinois 8* 141: Parker Filius (PUR) def. Nathan Swartz (NIU), TF 16-0 (3:31)149: No. 13 Griffin Parriott (PUR) def. McCoy Kent (NIU), D 8-7157: No. 7 Kendall Coleman (PUR) def. Mason Kaufman (NIU), D 8-4165: Emil Soehnlen (PUR) def. Izzak Olejnik (NIU), D 3-2174: No. 7 Dylan Lydy (PUR) def. Kenny Moore (NIU), D 5-2184: Caden McWhirter (NIU) def. Max Lyon(PUR), Fall 5:50197: Christian Brunner (PUR) def. Gage Braun (NIU), D 7-2285: Terrese Aaron (NIU) def. Thomas Penola(PUR), D 4-9125: No. 10 Devin Schroder (PUR) def. Bryce West (NIU), TF 16-0 (4:50)133: Travis Ford-Melton (PUR) wins by forfeit * - Northern Illinois docked one team point for throwing headgear at 184 pounds Clarion 34, Indianapolis 10141: Roshaun Cooley (Clarion) def. Matt McKinney (UIndy), D 8-3149: Jalin Hankerson (Clarion) def. Tylan Tucker (UIndy), Fall 1:13157: Hunter Michaels (Clarion) def. Clay Jones (UIndy), Fall 0:43165: Jack Eitelijorge (UIndy) def. Mike Vernagallo (Clarion), D 8-6174: No. 12 Gleason Mappes (UIndy) def. Christian Sequete (Clarion), MD 17-7184: No. 9 Brody Conner (UIndy) def. Luke Funck (Clarion), D 6-0197: No. 19 Greg Bulsak (Clarion) def. Zach Fry (UIndy), MD 14-1285: Ty Bagoly (Clarion) def. Jack Williams (UIndy), D 5-2125: Cameron Butler (Clarion) def. Nick Brady (UIndy), Fall 4:21133: Seth Koleno (Clarion) def. No. 11 Ana Abduljelil (UIndy), Fall 1:19
  34. 1 point
    FCFIGHTER170

    Interesting Result

    He has to be related to Geno Roderick of Franklin!
  35. 1 point
    SWINfan

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Some results from last weekend.... Purdue traveled to Fargo and beat North Dakota State 22-12. Results below: #25 Purdue 22, North Dakota State 12 Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019 Scheels Center / Fargo, N.D. 141—Parker Filius (Purdue) dec Sawyer Degen (NDSU), 7-4 149—#14 Griffin Parriott (Purdue) dec. Jaden Van Maanen (NDSU), 6-3 157—#7 Kendall Coleman (Purdue) sudden victory-1 #33 Jared Franek (NDSU), SV-1 8-6 165—#8 Andrew Fogarty (NDSU) major dec #24 Emil Soehnlen (Purdue), MD 8-0 174—#8 Dylan Lydy (Purdue) dec Austin Brenner (NDSU), 13-6 184— #18 Max Lyon (Purdue) major dec TJ Pottinger (NDSU), MD 12-4 197— Thomas Penola (Purdue) sudden victory-1 Cordell Eaton (NDSU), SV-1 6-4 285— #26 Brandon Metz (NDSU) dec David Eli (Purdue), 9-6 125—#17 Devin Schroeder (Purdue) dec McGwire Midkiff (NDSU), 11-4 133—#7 Cam Sykora (NDSU) tech fall Marshall Craig (Purdue), TF 18-3, 5:08
  36. 1 point
    Those pesky logos, Why is this a thing?
  37. 1 point
    Theses type of logo rules seem a little nitpicking when they are so small a person doesn’t even notice them. But on a side note, someone said the solution to it was wrestlers should cover the additional logo with tape? Isn’t there still a rule that says you can not hate tape covering any part of your headgear?
  38. 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.
  39. 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!
  40. 1 point
    TeamGarcia

    Most wins in a Season

    Sounds about right
  41. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Most wins in a Season

    https://indianamat.com/index.php?/history/careerwins.html/
  42. 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.
  43. 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
  44. 1 point
    For West Penn Duals in Monroeville, PA this coming weekend, we still need: 115 If you are interested, please send a text to Bryan Bailey: 2693524526
  45. 1 point
    PMFAN

    Best to come up short

    Brandon James
  46. 1 point
    In his last two years in high school, Carson only gave up offensive points to one person here in Indiana. That was the in that pretty rough match Friday night his junior season (it was bad). With that said, he’s pretty tough to score on. He wrestled very conservatively this year at state. Just wanted the title. But... I personally think Rypel was ranked number one in the nation for a reason and has to be favored. Just honored to have my son be mentioned in this conversation after he has moved on. He’s really doing well at Ohio. Coaches have expressed that they really like him and he’s doing better then they even thought he would. Him Slivka and Mosconni all should be wrestling at the Michigan State open the first week of November. Saw all of them last week and they are all doing great! Bottom line.. our studs are moving on to D1 and doing great. It would be cool if Slivka and Mosconni would clean their room tho!
  47. 1 point
    tskin

    2019 Head Coaching Changes

    rumor can anyone confirm either yes or no on this...But several coaches told me this weekend Coach Smiley was leaving Plainfield and heading to Brownsburg as an asst.
  48. 1 point
    BackyardChamp

    Mendez vs Frosh Nick Lee

    From a serious standpoint it hard to say who would between Mendez and Lee, I haven't wrestled either, and neither have wrestled common opponents. Lee was very dominant as a freshman, and ran into a hammer in Micic, who I had trained with during high school at region, I was not shocked to see the way Micic handled him. Mendez was impressive beaten Watts multiple times, who I have worked out with on occasion. In a head to head matchup its hard to say who would win as freshman, gun to my head I would probably pick Lee as a freshman, but Mendez will probably go down with a much better high school career maybe one of the greatest in Indiana history.
  49. 0 points
    The Zebra

    State Rankings #1

    When will we get an update on the semi state rankings? Top fresh, Soph, etc.
  50. 0 points
    Blumafia

    Top 5 Freshman Opinions..

    Well ok then!! Ha ha
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