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  1. Jayruss

    Super 32

    Can someone give a match by match scores for our top guys. I can’t stand FloArena
    3 points
  2. bigballerb

    Super 32

    Just saw where he took visits to IU, Purdue and Michigan. He listed about 10 d1 schools that he’s interested in. Wherever he goes, they’ll be getting a good one.
    2 points
  3. regionrat1

    Super 32

    Watched a whole lot of da super 32 on Flo. Mendes had some rough matches - Walker's stock just went way up ! He will be getting some attention from D1 coaches.
    2 points
  4. Chandler Shearer of Garrett commits to Trine to further his education and be a part of the wrestling team.
    1 point
  5. maligned

    Super 32

    4 high school AA's: Joe Walker 3rd, Mendez and Bates 5th, Calhoun 7th Most notable DNP was probably Matt Lee. Mendez lost two tight ones as the #1 seed in a weight with something like 13 nationally ranked guys, but he also took out the #2 along the way.
    1 point
  6. The Roncalli Rebels should be making another top ten run this season. The defending New Castle SS Champions have three returning state placers, three additional returning SS qualifiers and at least one impact freshman. The Rebels have also added 2-time NCAA Qualifier Bryce Martin (IU), IHSAA State Champion DJ Smith, and former Rebel stars Joe Kieffer and state placer Nick Clifton to the coaching staff.
    1 point
  7. Y2CJ41

    2019 Super 32 Preview

    Over 40 of the best wrestlers from Indiana are heading to North Carolina to take on the Super 32 Challenge this weekend. If you have been living under a rock, this is the toughest high school tournament in the country and some brackets that feature over 150 wrestlers. You will see future NCAA All-Americans not place here and even potentially see some future NCAA Finals matches. Indiana’s representatives feature 35 guys that have qualified for state including five state champions. History Lesson Indiana has only had four grapplers take home a belt: Ethan Raley in 2010, Jared Brooks in 20
    1 point
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