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  1. Draws are out for the Olympic Games qualifier. To get top 2 to qualify the weight, Kayla Miracle will probably face a tough 20yo Venezuelan who has two age group world medals to her credit. Kayla was losing to her 5-4 before pinning her with 1:30 left in their match last week. Nick Lee will probably have Austin Gomez, past NCAA AA, wrestling for Mexico in the quarters; and then Canadian NCAA AA for North Carolina, Lachlan McNeil, in the semis. Gomez is very dynamic and did upset Yianni in the college season last year. Jacob Moran is out and NCAA champ Darian Cruz is in for Puerto Rico at 57kg. For the US at that weight, Zane Richards' biggest test in qualifying the weight should be Cruz in the semis.
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  2. Tune into Gorilla Radio tonight for the nominees! We will have a special vote on here for which of the nominees are the first ballot hall of famers! Unlike the baseball HOF, we encourage steroid use and controversy! BUT, similar to the baseball HOF, it is ran by a bunch of crooked media members with an agenda.
    2 points
  3. Controversial? He scissored his legs over the head. All the referees saw it, including the head referee of the whole event. It was accidentally not called right away. That isn't controversial.
    2 points
  4. Garrett Joe Caprino- created a cool website to talk about wrestling.
    2 points
  5. Went 5, 4, 1 his sophomore-senior years, and he should also get bonus points for hitting a spladle for the pin in the finals.
    1 point
  6. Join us tonight as we welcome former D 1 wrestler and 4 time Indiana finalist Alex Cottey. 6-7:30 PM Franklin Community High School Wrestling Room.
    1 point
  7. The event starts today with Greco, where we haven't qualified any of the 6 weights yet. To qualify the 6, we're significant favorites in 2 weights, slight favorites in another 2, a coin flip in one, and heavy underdogs to a Cuban in one. We never qualify all the Greco weights for the Olympics, but we should get 3 to 5 today.
    1 point
  8. I guess I wasn't tracking the Hendricks County tournament no longer existed. I can see the argument against it. Just a fond memory, I suppose. Wild to think there was a time and place where all the Hendricks County schools were matched up in football for a "Day at the Dome" in the 90's.
    1 point
  9. He had an arm in between and zero pressure applied. There are multiple pictures and a video to show this
    1 point
  10. I’m telling ya, we should have a Battle Royal Character & Personalities of Posters Roast . Invite the Indianamat best . @MikeTython, @donniebaker, @3xStateChamp, @Wrestling Bill Walton, off the top of head . Who else ? BE EPIC !
    1 point
  11. No rules, just be glad your high school coach is in the room, many programs only have "DAD" Coaches that do the "CLUB" season. Consider yourself lucky if u have a coach wanting to improve the program!!
    1 point
  12. Location Hartman Arena Park City, Kansas Schedule (Central Time) https://www.naia.org/sports/mwrest/2023-24/Releases/Schedule Thursday February 29th 11 am Session I 1st Round Championship and 1st Round Consolation 6:00 pm Session II 2nd Round Championship and 2nd Round Consolation Friday March 1st 11 am Session III Quarterfinals and 3rd Round Consolation 6:00pm Session IV Semi-finals and 4th Round Consolation (Blood Round), and 5th Round Consolation Quarterfinals Saturday March 2nd 11 am Session V 6th Round Consolation Finals Placement Round 7:00pm Session VI Championship Finals Brackets Brackets on TrackWrestling College Weight Class First Name Last Name Record Seed/1st Round Matchup Cornerstone 125 Jeffrey Bailey 16-8 Unseeded vs 4 seed Brody Gee-St Mary Cumberlands(KY) 125 Adonis Boyd 25-7 10 seed vs Unseeded Jose Gonzalez-Dickenson St Marian 133 Anthony Hughes 20-11 Unseeded vs 5 seed Jackson Cockrell-Grand View Marian 141 Logan Wagner 27-4 2 seed vs Bye Marian 149 Aundre Beatty 19-13 Unseeded vs 9 seed Blake Haney-Grand View Indiana Tech 157 Elijah Chacon 21-11 Unseeded vs 4 seed Kanaipon Tapia-Menlo Indiana Tech 165 Jonathan Kervin 32-5 3 seed vs Bye Marian 165 Elliott Rodgers 10-6 16 seed vs Cameron Hargrove-William Penn Indiana Tech 174 Landon Buchanan 17-13 Unseeded vs 1 seed Riley Smucker-Life Marian 174 Noah Hollendonner 20-13 Unseeded vs 5 seed Alex Reynolds-Grand View Indiana Tech 197 Nathan Critchfield 24-3 4 seed vs unseeded John Lovett-Reinhardt Indiana Tech 285 Braydon Erb 19-4 15 seed vs unseeded Tanner Hawkins-York Marian 285 Excell Brooks 18-17 Unseeded vs 6 seed Antonio Dacosta-Menlo
    1 point
  13. dawsdad

    Best clubs?

    Indiana Outlaws is an another option , they run some practices in the off season at Columbus East ..
    1 point
  14. EliteAthleticClub

    Best clubs?

    Www.EliteAthleticClub.net
    1 point
  15. Tell me you are married to a high school coach without telling me you are married to a high school coach
    1 point
  16. Kayla Miracle also took gold (which matters a lot..explained below). Jacob Moran wrestled for Puerto Rico and lost his only match, 3-1, to the Ecuadorian who took bronze. These Pan Am championships matter for international seeding points, including for the Olympics, so we took them seriously. However, the real event is this weekend--the Pan Am Olympic Qualifier tournament. All 18 Olympic weights will wrestle until there is a Top 2, who will qualify their country for that given weight at the Olympics this summer. Nations who already qualified at a given weight by placing Top 5 at the 2023 Worlds will not have an entry at that weight. Nick Lee will attempt to qualify us for the Olympics at 65kg and Kayla Miracle will attempt to qualify us at 62kg, where neither was successful in placing Top 5 at 2023 Worlds. Jacob Moran will once again compete for Puerto Rico as well. In addition to Lee at freestyle 65 and Kayla at women's 62, the U.S. will also attempt to qualify 57kg in freestyle, all 6 weights of Greco, and 53kg and 68kg in women's. Kayla's gold at the regular Pan Am Championships was important because she took the head-to-head gold medal match from the Canadian in a nail biter, 6-6. This gives Kayla the #1 seed and puts her opposite both the very tough Canadian and a very tough Brazilian in the Olympic Qualifier event. There is no True 2nd, so it paves the way for a much easier path to winning in the semi-finals and guaranteeing our place at the Olympics. Even if Nick and Kayla qualify the weights for us, they have to come through our Olympic Trials in April like everyone else to be our representatives this summer.
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  17. Across the last 10 actually wrestled D1 tournaments we've gotten 23 All-Americans. And we've seen 113 All-Americans from the last 10 actually wrestled D2, D3, NAIA, NJCAA tournaments. That's 2.3 D1 and 11.3 smaller-division All-Americans per year. Who get these men's spots for us this year? I follow D1 much more than the others, so it's the one I know. Trying to see things objectively, I think only 2 AAs is the most likely scenario this year. How I'd categorize our Indiana high school grads' AA chances: Likely: Mendez--He is in an always-deep 141, but he would need to lose a couple of significant upsets not to medal. He's one of 2 (maybe 3) clear gold medal contenders. Davison--Heavyweight, contrary to high school, tends to be fairly predictable with obvious tiers. Davison seems headed for about a #6 seed, and him winning above his seed or losing below his seed outside of about 3 to 8 is unlikely. Small chance: Allred--His ranking suggests he's in about the same position he was last year heading into Big 10s, where he emerged not only as an AA threat, but also a dark horse to take the whole thing. However, we haven't seen the same scoring savvy that he showed last year in any of his matches against top competition this year. He's got a great shot to win a couple NCAA matches again, but he'll need to rekindle some things we haven't seen yet this year to make an AA run. B-Lee--I love how hard this dude has worked to get back and to be ready to bang headed into Big 10s. He's capable of some interesting moments again. Sadly, though, he will need to rediscover one or two more helpings of that past prowess to make a run. G-Rooks--He's come agonizingly close before, so I wouldn't count him out. Like last year, he needs a workable draw, and he needs to get hot. It's not probable--but not impossible. He's got a really similar mix of results to last year, and he seems headed for a similar seed. Notable others: DJ Washington--Not sure why he's struggled so much for a sustained period now, but I would have had him in the "small chance" category for sure early this season. He doesn't look like himself at all right now, so it's hard to imagine much post-season impact from him unless he recovers from whatever is ailing him very quickly. Blake Boarman--Breakout year for Blake. He seems headed for an NCAA bid with a sparkling record of 17-4. But he wrestles a lesser schedule, so it's hard to get a handle on how much he might be able to do against top guys. I'm excited to follow him at SoCon's and beyond. Gabe Sollars--Super fun pin artist that's had a couple tight ones with AA contenders. He hasn't quite broken through against the upper tier; but if he manages to get into the tournament, he could make some noise. Brody Baumann--He's another one that needs to sneak into the tournament first, but that shows flashes of creating interesting upsets. Evan Bates--He's solid. He beats who he should, but loses fairly clearly against the top 30. Getting into the tournament, which he could very likely do, would be a good result for him. Connor Barket--Big strides forward, but he'll need a special performance at the ACC tournament to get into NCAAs. Brodie Porter--Same as Barket...big strides, but likely a year or two away from big noise. Nick Wilham--Admirable job jumping in at 285, but would also need a huge conference tournament.
    1 point
  18. DawgPoundRed

    Best clubs?

    Bulldog Premier Region and Howe train with the best
    1 point
  19. I think this is a good analysis. Pretty much spot on. Nick ( Wilham)
    1 point
  20. I originally started in 2011 at like 12 years old trying to find tournaments to go to under wrestler32 which is my dad now lol. Started this one my Sophomore year in 2015.
    1 point
  21. Sometimes, I’ll go back and look at old brackets to see how things have played out in high school years later. This Novice 70 bracket from 2018 stood out to me as well as several others. Here were the top eight finishers. It’s interesting to see what all of these kids have done in the six years since then. Novice - 70 Guaranteed Places 1st Place - Parker Reynolds of Contenders Wrestling Academy 2nd Place - Evan Stanley of Region Wrestling Academy 3rd Place - Landen Haines of Red Cobra Wrestling Academy 4th Place - Chase Stephens of Maurer Coughlin WC 5th Place - Camden Baumann of Maurer Coughlin WC 6th Place - Jeffrey Huyvaert of Rochester WC 7th Place - Gavin Jendreas of Bulldog Premier WC 8th Place - Asher Harter of Greenwood WC
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  22. This one always stuck out to me when me and a buddy checked recently . Not for the placers but other studs in this bracket and how deep it was . This weight division had 58 kids and also included Tyline Thrine Clinton Shepherd Silas Stits Julianna Ocampo Gavin Lewis Lucas Boe Wyatt Hoppes Camden Baumann Carter Krouse Jett McGuire Elijah Guyer Wyatt Cooksey Sam Howard Jackson Bradley
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  23. 2018 Novice 65 Novice - 65 Guaranteed Places 1st Place - Revin Dickman of Contenders Wrestling Academy 2nd Place - Ayden Bollinger of Central Indiana Academy of Wrestling 3rd Place - Landon Hawkins of Bulldog Premier WC 4th Place - Ethan Baughn of Warrior WC 5th Place - Elijah Broady of Indiana Pride Wrestling Academy 6th Place - Nicolas Keneson of Bulldog Premier WC 7th Place - Silas Stits of Contenders Wrestling Academy 8th Place - Wyatt Ulrey of Maurer Coughlin WC
    1 point
  24. Yeah.... shoooweeee.. bless the Mooresville Regional... .We just get guys like Coy Hammack who are semifinalist as a Sophomore and never make it back to state. This year Peyton Richards, beat Gunner Butt at Connersville and Jalen May at IHPO but gets beat in ticket round by Rioux. We aren't competing if not for Mooresville, that's for sure!!!
    1 point
  25. I believe Cody LeGOAT pinned Bo Nickal as a Schoolboy. I know Jared McKinley defeated Brandon Sorensen and Kirk Johnson teched Isaiah Martinez at Fargo in the 7th Place Match in 2012.
    1 point
  26. ArgyllWrestling

    Dominant

    Drew Hughes definitely pops into my mind. He was amazing to watch on top. Arguably the best 2xer there is. Deondre Wilson and Tyler Fleenor's spladle were the only things that could stop him in Indy. Junior and senior year he was untouchable it seemed
    1 point
  27. Team Indiana Heartland Duals Both the middle school and elementary teams were pre-selected by the Heartland Committee. The pre-selected members can be challenged to a wrestle off. Wrestle off will be held March 1st (Evening) or March 2nd(Morning). In order to challenge you must be able to make both days. You will be notified which day your wrestle off is, it is at the discretion of the committee. Challenges will be held at Contenders Wrestling Academy in Brownsburg, IN. Anyone challenging must beat the blue team member in a best 2 of 3 series, unless there are multiple challenges in which a bracket will be formed. If you would like to challenge, a request must be submitted VIA EMAIL to ryan@contenderswrestling.com by February 23 at 6:00pm EST. The tournament will be held March 28-30th in Council Bluffs, Iowa. If challenging you must be able to register and attend the tournament on the challenge date. The trip cost is $300 Weight Gold Blue 50 Landon Childers Wyatt Schoettle 55 Leyton Marsh Suncera Dickman 60 Roman Howe Silas Sanderson 65 D’Angelo Chavez Henry Reisen 70 Colton Wiseman Josh Mussleman 75 Parker Staniz Jeremiah Maldanado 80 Luke Pipito Max Kessinger 85 Jace Largent Brady Ramirez 90 Dron Scott Rocco Cartilino 95 Max Cantu Maverick Smith 100 Camden Hook Maddox Stultz 105 Carson Planer Will Carney 112 Newt Randol Raidon Gonzalez 120 William Smith Landon Bauman 130 Landon Lukeman Eric Barr 140 Noah Fitzgerald Ellis Jones 160 Mason Heidelberger Austin Fouty Middle School 75 Mason Bayor Wyatt Melchi 80 Haedyn Cochran Henry Antrobus 85 Hunter Pierson Deacon Gibbs 90 Kellen Schoeff Karson Kahlekomo 95 Ty Whitten Cruz Orueta 102 Trae Ducking Sebastian Gracia 110 Anthony Zuranski Daniel Brown 117 Collin Stayer Noel Verduzco 125 Lincoln Underwood Gavyn Kemp 132 Lincoln Hinchman Bo Jackson 140 Brendan Bentz Ezra Olster 150 Darrel Hicks Connor Haines 160 Jackson Smith James Scruggs 175 Mj Staples Garret Deuser 195 Kalvin Grose Bradley Rivera 220 Cesar Salas Austin Oakley 275 Kameron Hazellt Levi Parrish
    1 point
  28. Fanoffans

    2025 Title Contenders

    If Arberry wrestles like he did through the semi-state, he could be a contender.
    1 point
  29. Moses Stevenson from Franklin Central wrestled Hunter May really well and only a sophomore
    1 point
  30. Actually after going deep into the rule book I do see it says that with or without an arm it can be called. Was disappointed it was made at the table well after the whistle. Great match decided by that call. Would like to see the rematch.
    0 points
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