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    Evansville Semi-State Rankings #4

    Few more weeks and we going to find out who’s wrong or not . Picture a Dr. Evil laugh as you read this, pinkie fingers and everyone in this Semi State laughing to. On a a side note .... yes rankings look good, great job . Lol The Notorious
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    Event Changes for 1/14-1/19

    Yea...... was planning on going but weather and overpaid meteorologist #Fortunetellers really.... really ... put a curveball in the plan. Pistol Pete Smoke of Time can predict weather better than these guys . Either way I’ll be watching wrestling Friday Night which is a good thing . The Notorious
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    By JEREMY HINES thehines7@gmail.com The Avon wrestling team knows exactly where to look for inspiration as the season winds down and the state tournament draws near. The Orioles look to their own past. Avon has learned first hand how wild and unpredictable the tournament can be. Wrestlers on the team have proven that it doesn’t matter if you win sectional, or regional. It doesn’t matter if you take some losses during the regular season. What matters most is surviving and advancing. Avon senior Asa Garcia has epitomized that philosophy in his stellar career. As a freshman Garcia lost to Ty Mills of rival Brownsburg in the sectional championship. Mills went on to beat him again in the regional, and then handed him a 5-0 loss in the semistate final. At state, however, Garcia was the one standing at the end. Mills lost to Warren Central’s Keyuan Murphy 9-2 in the semifinal round. Garcia pinned Murphy in the state championship to claim his first title. Garcia had a fantastic sophomore year - winning sectional, regional and semistate, but he fell just short of his goal of back-to-back state titles, losing to eventual champion Alex Viduya in the state semifinal round. Garcia finished third that season. As a junior Garcia again lost to Mills in sectional (2-0) and regional (5-1). In the semistate Columbus East’s Cayden Rooks handed Mills a semifinal defeat (1-0) and then dealt Garcia a loss in the semistate championship (3-1). But, like his freshman year, Garcia learned from his losses. In the state finals Garcia ran through an absolute gauntlet of wrestling phenoms. He took out Beech Grove’s Ethan Smiley. He then faced Mills, who had dealt him so many previous losses. This time Garcia came out victorious 8-1. In the championship, Garcia would once again take on Rooks - who had just beat him the week before. This time Garcia won the match 3-2 to claim his second title. “Asa is really the heart and soul of our team,” Avon coach Zach Errett said. “As he goes, so does the team. He’s not afraid of losing. That’s really a quality that a lot of our guys have. You have to learn from your losses, and Asa has really shown he can do that.” This year Avon has seven state-ranked wrestlers in the lineup. Garcia is No. 1 at 132 pounds this season and senior teammate Carson Brewer is ranked No. 1 at 182 pounds. Asa’s younger brother, Blaze, a freshman, is currently ranked No. 12 at 106 for the Orioles. Sophomore Tyler Conley is ranked No. 10 at 120 and his older brother Nathan Conley (12) is ranked No. 4 at 152. Junior Raymond Rioux is currently ranked No. 7 at 126. Sophomore Jaden Reynolds rounds out the ranked wrestlers for Avon, at No. 10 in he 138 pound weight class. “Asa, Nathan and Carson really lead the way for us,” Errett said. “They are great leaders and they work hard. That shows the other kids what’s expected and what needs to be done in order to have success.” Avon has three sets of brothers on the team in the Garcias, the Conleys and Jaden and Trae Reynolds. Trae, a senior, is injured and will miss the remainder of the season. “Trae had been ranked for most of the year,” Errett said. “Then at team state he dislocated his elbow and is out for the year. I feel terrible for him. The type of kid he is, he will probably be first team academic all-state. He had either the highest or the second highest GPA in all of the juniors and seniors last year. He’s a phenomenal young man. He’s a hard worker. His senior year ended in the wrong way, but he still comes in the room and helps coach. He’s trying to help his teammates anyway he can. He’s been an awesome kid.” For the last few years Avon has finished just behind Brownsburg in sectional and regional standings. The Orioles are hoping this year they can pull off the upset. “Our goal is to win the IHSAA state title,” Errett said. “We know in order to do that we have to have a lot of things go right for us. In this sport, that’s unpredictable. But, we really feel we have a chance if everyone is wrestling their best.” View full article
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    Chad Red

    Unfortunately there will always be comparisons to Red and Lee going on. In all honesty it is not fair to either kid as both are phenomenal and have accomplished a great deal before they have turned the ripe old age of 21 yet. They both will continue to have a lot of success at the NCAA level and hopefully the World level. I would love to them to never have to wrestle again and one go up to 149 so Indiana can have national champs at 133, 141, and 149...then throw in Brayton, a couple Davisons, and Parris to add more!
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    lol not anymore ol dunasky is up over 400 now!
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    If you get a change please vote for Jeff Dunasky Jr. (Guerin Catholic) for Indy Star Athlete of the Week! He beat Caleb Gibson (Pendleton Heights) 12-5 last Tuesday. Then wrestled #3(138lb) Tyce Freije (Roncalli) Saturday winning 9-8 in a great match, becoming the school's first ever conference champ. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2019/01/15/vote-indystars-high-school-athletes-week-jan-7-12/2578844002/?fbclid=IwAR37L7upVkBVcoQjfUxcF6HzC9FLrij8VxlhGzCU-O5H-ADe7FVnbNSAllE#
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    Evansville Semi-State Rankings #4

    Boarman ranked ahead of Littell at SS but not entire state?
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    Cathedral vs. Roncalli

    Yes, he’s Ben’s little brother.
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    State title on the line Friday

    Yea this pretty much reflects the national ratings. At 25 i think angel might go with Oliver. Schroder and oliver have a history, I will take Oliver. And at 49, Silva looked good Sunday, im taking him over Filius. More than anything I want to see if the fight in the IU team continues, from the last two matches over the weekend. Although Ohio State put on a clinic friday night, as they should, Indiana wrestlers were on the attack the entire match! And although nearly a shut out Friday, The team came back Sunday and just hammered Maryland. Unheard of in the modern Hoosier wrestling ERA!. This Friday will be a real street fight if Indiana has the same attitude. Hang on Boilers.
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    Cathedral vs. Roncalli

    Is he related to Ben Stewart? Kid was physical
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    Cathedral vs. Roncalli

    Garrett Stewart
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    SAC Tournament

    Fort Wayne area people will be severely disappointed in this topic.
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    Team Garcia,. Did this screw your plans to see big IU vs PU match at Mackey. I thought you might have a vested interest.
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    The school has been around since 2004. Wrestling since 2007 I believe. The Circle City Conference was recently formed 3 years ago. It consists of Guerin Catholic, Roncalli, Chatard, Brebeuf, Covenant Christian, and Heritage Christian. The last two schools do not have wrestling.
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    No, they go by how many tickets they can fit in the Bucket
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    Rank/ Name/ Grade/ Projected High School/ Current Weight/ Projected HS Weight 1. Sam Goin--8th grade--Crown Point—106--(106) (1st, 3rd, 3rd, and 5th at Middle School State, Wildwood Duals 9-1, Ohio TOC Champ, Runner up at GFC MS, 10-0 at VAC 2017, 6-2 at Nat MS duals, SB duals 8-1(FS), 7-1 at Heartland Duals, Midwest Classic Champ, 6-0 Jimtown Duals HS, 3rd, 3rd & 6th at USA Nationals, Indy Nationals Champ, multiple ISWA state champ, 3-2 at Tulsa 2019) 2. Sergio Lemley--8th grade--Chesterton/Mount Carmel--113--(106-113) (1st, 1st, and 5th at Middle School State, 7th at USA Nationals 16U division, Wildwood Duals 10-0, 4th at Super32, 4th at FloNationals MS, 4th at Preseason Nationals, 5-0 at GRR MS duals, ISWA triple crown winner, Winter Nationals Champ, 3-2 at Tulsa 2019) 3. Cheaney Schoeff--8th grade--Plainfield--106–(106)—FLO Rank #90(1st , 1st, and 2nd at Middle School State, Tallinn FS open Champ, Wildwood Duals 8-2, FloNationals MS champ, 3rd at Preseason Nationals, 8-0 at the NHSCA Duals, 8-0 at heartland Duals, 8-2 VAC 2018 & 9-1 VAC 2017, 6-1 at West Pen Duals, NUWAY Nationals Champ, 6-1 at Middle School National duals in 2018 and 2017, multi time ISWA triple crown winner, 3rd and 5th at USA Nationals) 4. Cody Goodwin--8th grade--Crown Point--138–(145-152)—FLO Rank #24(1st and 6th at Middle School State, Wildwood Duals 8-2, GFC champion, 5th at USA Nationals, 8-0 at Heartland Duals, 9-1 at VAC, Tulsa Champ, Reno Worlds Runner-Up, 6-2 at NHSCA Duals gold pool, 6-1 at Middle School Nat Duals, Winter Nationals Champ, multi time ISWA triple crown winner, Preseason Nationals 2X Runner up and 3rd place, 2X Indy Nationals champ, 2X NUWAY National champ) 5. John Purdy--8th grade--Castle--150–(145-160)(1st, 4th and 6th at Middle School State, Runner Up at Tulsa, 6th at Super32, 8-2 at VAC 2018, USA National Champ, Greco Nationals Runner Up and 4th at Freestyle Nationals, Central Regional champ in both styles, 6-1 at Heartland Duals, Dixie National champ, Indy National Champ, 3X ISWA triple crown winner and 11X champ, 8-1 at AAU duals 2017, and 3rd at Preseason Nationals) 6. Lane Gilbert--8th grade--Sullivan--120–(106-120) (2X Middle School State Champ, 3-2 at Tulsa, 6-1 at NUWAY Nat Duals, 4-1 NUWAY spring duals, 7-3 at VAC, ISWA triple crown winner, 8-0 Columbus Day Duals) 7. Logan Frazier--8th grade--Crown Point—113--(113)—FLO Rank #73(1st and 5th at Middle School State, Wildwood Duals 9-1, Tulsa Kickoff Champ, 6th place at Tulsa 2019, Runner Up at Preseason Nationals, 4-2 at IHPO, 3rd at Reno Worlds, 6th at USA Nationals, Dixie National Champ, Dominate the Dells Champ, Runner Up at GFC, 3X ISWA state champ) 8. Christian Carroll--8th grade--Crown Point/Penn--157--(160-220)—FLO Rank #52 (Super32 Champ, 6-0 at Lee Pamulak MS duals, 6-1 at NUWAY Nat Duals, 5-1 at Sparty Duals, 9-0 VAC 2018 & 8-2 at VAC 20-17, Preseason Nationals Runner-up, 6-0 at Christmas Duals, ISWA triple Crown Winner) 9. Aaron Steenbeke--8th grade--Granger--157--(152-160) (1st and 3rd at Middle School State, Wildwood Duals 9-1, 3rd and 4th at USA Nationals, 8-2 at VAC 2018, 7-1 at Nat MS duals, SB duals 6-2(Greco) 7-2(FS), 7th at Super32, 1st and 4th at Freakshow, 4th at USA freestyle Nat and 3rd at Greco Nationals, ISWA triple crown winner, 1st and freestyle and greco central regional) 10. Orlando Cruz--8th grade--Crown Point--144--(145-152)—FLO Rank #83 (Runner Up at Middle School State, 1st and 4th at Preseason Nationals, 4th at USA Nationals, 6-2 at NHSCA duals gold bracket, 5-0 at NUWAY spring duals, 8-2 at VAC, 1st and 2nd at NUWAY National, Indy Nationals 2nd and 4th) 11. Hunter May--7th grade--Floyd Central--125–(120-145)(1st and 3rd place at Middle School State, USA National Champ, 7-0 at Heartland Duals EM, Runner up at NUWAY Nationals, Runner up and Champ at Indy Nationals, multi time ISWA state champ) 12. Leighton Jones--8th grade--Brownsburg--195–(220)(1st and 2nd at Middle School State, Indy Nat HS division 2nd, Wildwood Duals 8-2, Runner up in FS and GR USA Nationals 2017, Super32 Runner Up, Midwest Classic Champ, SB duals 6-2(Greco) 7-2(FS), GGR open 1st, 3rd at USA Nationals, Central Regional champ in FS & GR, multi time ISWA state champ) 13. Blake Wolf--8th grade--Dearborn--100--(106) (1st, 5th, and 8th at Middle School State, Runner Up at GRR open) 14. Bryce Lowery--8th grade--Roncalli--100--(106) (1st, 1st, 4th, and 5th at Middle School State, 5-3 at Heartland Duals, 5-2 at NUWAY Nat Duals, 4-1 at GRR MS duals, 12-2 between both styles at Schoolboy Duals 2017, All American at USA Nationals, ISWA Freestyle and Greco state champ) 15. Brady Ison--7th grade--Brownsburg--102–(106) (1st and 2nd at Middle School state, 6-1 at Heartland Duals, multi time ISWA triple crown winner, 2nd at Liberty Nationals, 2X Runner up at NUWAY Nat, 5th at Tulsa, 2X Runner up at Indy Nationals) 16. Seth Willems--8th grade--Crown Point--170--(170-195) (1st and 3rd at Middle School State, 3rd at Preseason Nationals, 6-2 at Nat MS duals, 5-2 at Heartland Duals, 10-3 at Schoolboy duals between both styles, 9-1 at VAC holiday duals, ISWA triple crown winner) 17. Aidan Torres--8th grade--Chesterton--117–(106-120)(3rd and 5th at Middle School State, 2nd, 4th & 5th at USA Nationals, 6-2 at Nat MS duals, 7-1 at Heartland Duals, 6-0 Jimtown Duals HS, 7-0 NUWAY Nat Duals, Winter Nationals Champ, Indy Nat Champ, ISWA triple crown winner) 18. Drew Mills--7th grade--Center Grove--140-(145-182) (Middle School State Champ, 7-0 at Heartland Duals EM, 3-2 at Tulsa 2018, Tulsa Runner Up 2016, Tulsa Kickoff Classic Runner Up 2016, Tulsa Champ 2014, multiple ISWA state Champ) 19. Isaiah Schaefer--6th grade--Mater Dei--80--(106) (Middle School State Champ, 4-1 Dixie Nat Duals, 2X ISWA State Champ) 20. Duke Myers--8th grade--Decatur--150–(145-160)--FLO Rank #27 (5th at Middle School State, Super32 Champ, ISWA State Champ) 21. Preston Haines--7th grade--Lebanon--95--(106) (1st and 5th at Middle School State, 4th at GFC, 5-1 at GRR duals, 3rd twice at NUWAY Nat, 7th at Preseason Nat, multi time ISWA state champ) 22. Coy Hammack--8th grade--Tell City--90--(106) (2nd, 2nd and 4th at Middle School State, USA Nationals Freestyle 6th place, 3rd at GFC, 8-1 at AAU duals, SB duals 7-2(FS), 7-3 at VAC holiday duals, multi time ISWA state champ) 23. Cole Solomey--8th grade--Kankakee Valley--106--(106) (2nd, 3rd and 3rd at Middle School State, 7-1 at Heartland Duals, 5-0 at NUWAY spring duals, 3rd at Midwest Classic, Indy Nationals Runner up) 24. Kaden Lone--7th grade--Northwood--132(145-160) (1st at Middle School State, 4-1 at NUWAY duals, 1st, 3rd, and 4th at NUWAY Nat, 3X ISWA state champ) 25. Anthony Bahl--8th grade--Crown Point--94--(106-113) (6th at Middle School State, multiple ISWA state placer) Updated: 2/19/2019 1. Josh Barr--8th grade--Crown Point--145--(145-182)—FLO Rank #5 (Super32 Champ and Runner Up, USA National Freestyle Champ and Greco 3rd place, 2X Tulsa Champ and 4th in 2018, 10-0 at VAC duals 2018, USAW triple crown winner, 6X USA National Champ, Grappler Fall Classic MS champ & HS 3rd place, 9-1 at VAC holiday duals 2016, 9-0 at AAU duals, 9-1 at Wildwood duals) HM. Rianne Murphy--7th grade--Lake Central--87--(106) (2nd at Middle School State, 2X ISWA state champ) HM. Delaney Ruhlman--8th grade--Bloomington South--110--(106-120) (5th and 5th at Middle School State, 6-1 at West Penn Duals, 8-3 at VAC Holiday Duals, 8-0 at Tyrant Duals, multiple ISWA State Champ) HM. Landon Haines--6th grade--Brownsburg--75--(106) (Middle School State Champ, Wildwood Duals 6-2, 5-0 at NUWAY duals, 4th at NUWAY Nationals, 1st and 6th at Indy Nationals, 2X ISWA state champ) HM. Evan Seng--8th grade--Mater Dei--81--(106) (2nd , 3rd and 4th at Middle School State, Dixie Nationals Runner Up, Show Me Nationals 4th) HM. De'Alcapon Veazy--6th grade--Fort Wayne--140--(160-220) (2nd at Middle School State, Indy Nationals Champ, NUWAY National Champ, ISWA Triple Crown Winner) HM. Jeb Prechtel--7th grade--Jasper--117--(126-145) (2nd at Middle School State, 7-1 in Greco at Schoolboy Duals, Indy Nationals runner up) HM. Kaden McConnell--7th grade--Center Grove--120--(126-145) (6th at Middle School State, 6-2 at West Penn duals, 5-1 at GRR duals, 6th at USA Nationals, multiple ISWA triple crown winner, 4th at Flo Reno) HM. Kyrel Leavell--7th grade--Warren Central/Cathedral--90--(106-126) (3rd and 6th at Middle School State, 3X ISWA Greco State Champ HM. Reese Courtney--7th grade--Center Grove--95--(106-113) (3rd and 5th at Middle School State, 5-3 at Nat MS duals, 7-3 at VAC Holiday Duals, 5-2 at GRR duals, 6-0 at Border Wars XMAS duals, 7th at NUWAY Nationals, Greco State Champ) HM. Toby Billerman--8th grade--Perry Meridian--85--(106) (2nd and 5th at Middle School State, Schoolboy Duals 7-2(FS) 6-2(GR), ISWA triple Crown Winner, 4th at Preseason Nationals) HM. Tony Wood--7th grade--Jay County--85--(106-113) (6th at Middle School State, Runner Up at NUWAY Nat, 4-2 Schoolboy Duals FS) HM. Hayden Demarco--7th grade--Chesterton--80--(106-120)(4th and 6th at Middle School State, 7-3 at VAC 2018, 7-0 NUWAY Summer duals, 3rd and 5th at Indy Nationals, 3rd at NUWAY Nationals) HM. Seth Syra--7th grade--Plainfield--80–(106) (2nd and 6th at Middle School State, 2X Indy National Champ, 7-3 at VAC Holiday Duals, 4th at Tulsa Nationals, Runner Up at Tulsa Kickoff, Show Me Nationals Runner Up, Preseason Nationals Runner Up, Celtic Elite Champ, 3rd and 5th at NUWAY Nationals) HM. Reed Brandenburg--8th grade--Jay County--132--(132-152) (2nd at Middle School State, 4-2 at Schoolboy Duals FS, 5-3 at NUWAY Nat duals) HM. Bray Emerine--7th grade--Center Grove--132--(145-182) (3rd at Middle School State, 2nd at Dixie Nat, ,2nd at Winter Nat, 9-1 at VAC, multi time ISWA champ)

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