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  1. 5 points
    TripleB

    What determines your semi-state?

    Danny Struck, Robert Faulkens, Greg Ratliff, Tyson Skinner, and Jake O'Neill play drunken Risk with an Indiana map!!
  2. 4 points
    bigballerb

    Top 3 Kids at Each Weight

    106- 1. Sam Goin 2. Logan Miller 3. O’campo/ Hooper 113- KT, Cottey, Diaz 120- zeke, bettich, DP3 126- Littell, Lowery, Montgomery 132- Rioux, Boarman, Lowery 138- Mendez, Bailey, Campbell 145- Viduya, Reynolds, douglass 152- Rodgers, Coleman, bryer 160-Noehre, Dickens, Deters 170- Calhoun, Walker, Fielden 182- Laplace, Winner, Parkinson 195- Silas, bates, JD Farrell 220- Irick, Webster, Cale gray/ erb 285- Gentry, Keys, Devault My picks🤷🏽‍♂️
  3. 3 points
    Thor

    IHPO

    He's gonna really treasure that memory later when he's winning NCAA titles. Kind of like Spires and his takedown on Mark Hall.
  4. 3 points
    Clan Campbell

    IHPO

    Agree with Matt, definitely a pin. I was watching that match intently as it was of much interest to me and a boy of mine. Congrats to Logan on a well deserved win
  5. 3 points
    Mattyb

    IHPO

    The kid was flat two or three times. Just watch the moms sitting against the wall. They were calling for the pin!!! Not sure who they are (😜🤥) but they are watching from the other side and clearly saw the pin.
  6. 3 points
    Jim calhoun

    IHPO

    Great wrestling, a lot of out of state talent, great officiating. Kudos to Joe for running another great tournament. Will be hard pressed to find a better ran national caliber tournament like Joe runs. I’m just sad it was our last one👍
  7. 3 points
    Y2CJ41

    IHPO

    Lots to digest, so many great matches from start to finish. I'm looking over the brackets now and gonna be watching matches all night long.
  8. 2 points
    Not taking anything away from south, but Drew wouldn’t go into OT with him. I might make some people mad here, but Drew gets on top...it’s over
  9. 2 points
    Uh oh....another class wrestling debate starting in 3, 2, 1...
  10. 2 points
    But you need to look at the guys in 2016, not what they did since after. I think Asa as a freshman probably loses to Cernus. I love Asa to death, as he is one of my wrestlers, but the reality is Cernus was pretty darn good. Were the tops kids from 2016 champs better, or have better careers, maybe. I believe a better barometer would be the number of kids going to college to wrestle. Is that number increasing or decreasing?
  11. 2 points
    Sig40

    Top 3 Kids at Each Weight

    Preseason top 3(lets see how this shakes out) 106: Goin, Miller, Hooper 113: Cottey, Nelson, Diaz 120: Seltzer, Bettich, Freeman 126: Littell, Lowery, Roberson 132: Mendez, Rioux, Heath 138: Boarman, Bailey, Campbell 145: Viduya, Reynolds, Koontz 152: Rodgers, Coleman, Hall 160: Dickens, Noehre, Wagner 170: Walker, Calhoun, Ruhlman 182: LaPlace, Parkinson, Lone 195: Allred, Bates, Farrell 220: Irick, Erb, Webster 285: Devault, Parsons, Keys Brownsburg, MD, Cathedral, CP
  12. 2 points
    3 sets of singlets will be raffled off!! Barbarin, Lean Athletic, and 3x Gear
  13. 2 points
    @riley bettich is having some issues getting around these days...but on a better note I have a new Jeep!
  14. 2 points
    Drbakerdc

    IHPO

    I didn’t snap it before Mendez got away.
  15. 2 points
    graham

    IHPO

    Logan Bailey! 💪💪💪💪
  16. 2 points
    Jack Jones

    IHPO

    Congrats to Brac Hooper of Carmel on his 4th place finish.
  17. 1 point
    PMFAN

    Is Indiana's wrestling talent decreasing?

    A person I know, who wrestled a few years ago, loves to say that the wrestling talent is decreasing year after year. Do you agree? Just for fun, I thought I would put up the 2016 state champs vs the 2019 state champs in a duel meet to see who would win. 2016 State Champs vs 2019 State Champs 106: Asa Gracia vs Brennen Cernus 113: Colton Cummings vs Jacob Moran 120: Drew Hildebrandt vs Brayden Littell 126: Brock Hudkins vs Jesse Mendez 132: Chad Red vs Asa Garcia 138: Brayton Lee vs Cayden Rooks 145: Joe Lee vs Mathew Lee 152: Trent Pruitt vs Elliott Rodgers 160: Jacob Covaciu vs Jordan Slivka 170: Drew Hughes vs Nick South 182: Blake Rypel vs Carson Brewer 195: Jake Kleimola vs Silas Allred 220: Mason Parris vs Arthur Fowler 285: Shawn Streck vs Dorian Keys This definitely does not tell if there is less talent but I think it is just fun to see who would win. IMO I had 2016 state champs winning by a lot! 44-6 to be exact
  18. 1 point
    Thor

    Is Indiana's wrestling talent decreasing?

    How about you wait two or three years and try again. The state champs in 2022 could be even better.
  19. 1 point
    😂 The Notorious I’ll make you Famous
  20. 1 point
    What is the cost for 12U?
  21. 1 point
    Mattyb

    Top 3 Kids at Each Weight

    Good job at IHPO kid. Let’s see your post tourney thoughts? Give us an updated list kiddo.
  22. 1 point
    Ordering clinic gifts soon! Get signed up to get a bag!
  23. 1 point
    MattM

    What determines your semi-state?

    Just remember SS is not split up by each schools location, but rather by the regionals proximity to the SS locations. It’s not a perfect system but things tend to get strung out when schools are clustered or spread out in different areas across the state to start with. Then someone has to arrange those schools into somewhat even sectionals. Then two sectionals have to be put together for a regional. Regionals are where we sometimes see the crazy gerrymandered looking school location maps. But it helps to realize it’s based on sectional groups not the schools starting location. Then you have to clump four regionals together that are located the closest each semi-state. In a perfect world you would have sectional, regionals and semi-state evenly sepereted around the state but state population, school districts, and school with wrestling teams are not set up evenly across the state to start with.
  24. 1 point
    JMILL

    IHPO

    I can provide you with my login information to view the videos for lets see....... (IHPO entry fee $35, gas money for my son's ride up $20, lodging fee for my son Sat night $30, food and drinks during tourney $20, video stream $10) .......... $115 sound good ????, awe heck lets split it as I am a nice guy ($57.50) Hey people its called the free enterprise system and this stuff isn't cheap !!!! kidding
  25. 1 point
    Mattyb

    IHPO

    Not sure if that was a defensive pin. They were in a scramble, Bailey caught him on his back during the scramble, and continued to drive into him to he got the fall. Give it up... it was legit.
  26. 1 point
    smitty11

    IHPO

    Interested to hear how the boarman/mendez match went. Did Boarman get a takedown on Mendez? Was also interested how the consolation matches went in this bracket seemed like some upsets along the way.
  27. 1 point
    wrastling

    IHPO

    Pin should’ve been called earlier in the match though, the ref called it late when it was questionable. Still a good defensive pin.
  28. 1 point
    graham

    IHPO

    Trackwrestling tweeted a clip of the pin out, recognizing Logan, and they didn’t question it either.
  29. 1 point
    IMrule

    IHPO

    The Dickens vs Noehre semi could be a look ahead to the 160 lb state final.
  30. 1 point
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  31. 1 point
    Mattyb

    IHPO

    The kid has been in some national rankings. He won his state title at 152 last year in Michigan. The Willis kid from Florida was also in that bracket he is a two timer from Florida. He was also a Tulsa finalist back when. Jaden Reynolds gave Willis all he wanted and lost a though one 4-3, for 3rd and 4th. Jaden looked good. 148 was the toughest bracket in my opinion. Again, some kids got weight down and came to win.
  32. 1 point
    Paycheck141

    IHPO

    I think its Lowell Michigan
  33. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    IHPO

    Boone is a three-time state champ from Michigan. He has been in and out of the national rankings since he was in middle school and I believe on the Flo senior big board. He's legit and really tough.
  34. 1 point
    Coach Moore

    IHPO

    Great tournament. It was great to see some gassed out of shape football players too. 😂 Laplace and Walker match was fun to watch.
  35. 1 point
    Wrestlingfan12345

    IHPO

    Great tourment all around A great matchup I watched this weekend was Lemely va Frazier great match!
  36. 1 point
    Mattyb

    IHPO

    My OW goes to Logan Bailey. Mendez put on a show too. Crown Point, Avon, Brownsburg, EMD, Cathedral, Chesterton, Roncolli, and Mishawaka with multiple placers. Sorry if I missed any other school with multiple placers. Only top 4 place. Btw... weights were all funky, so take the results with a grain of salt. Some kids wrestled at off season walk around weight, and some kids cut hard. I like that fact. We get to see match ups that we would never get to see in season.
  37. 1 point
    Sig40

    Top 3 Kids at Each Weight

    My guess is 3 state champs from these guys. 126/132/138
  38. 1 point
    Ian Heath

    Top 3 Kids at Each Weight

    My picks for champs at every weight. These are all nothing more than my personal opinion and are not intended to offend anyone in any way. 106: Sam Goins (Crown Point) 113: Alex Cottey (Perry Meridian) 120: Zeke Seltzer (Cathedral) 126: Brayden Littell (Center Grove) 132: Raymond Rioux (Avon) 138: Jesse Mendez (Crown Point) 145: Logan Bailey (Cathedral) 152: Elliot Rodgers (Cathedral) 160: Cooper Nohre (Greenfield Central) 170: Graham Calhoun (Plymouth) 182: McCartney Parkinson (Evansville Mater Dei) 195: Silas Alred (Shenandoah) 220: Brayden Erb (Western) 285: Holden Parsons (Cathedral)
  39. 1 point
    WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Purdue head coach Tony Ersland rounded out his coaching staff Monday, naming Leroy Vega as his volunteer assistant coach for the 2019-20 season. A three-time NCAA All-American, Vega will work primarily with the lower weight classes. Vega's name is widely known on the Indiana high school wrestling scene, from his days on the mat and to most recently, his days in the corner. He joins the Purdue staff after eight years as the head coach at his alma mater, Portage High School, in northwest Indiana. During his span as head coach, Vega had 41 Indiana High School Athletic Association state tournament qualifiers, with 10 appearing in the finals and three Portage wrestlers claiming an individual title. In 2015, the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association named Vega its coach of the year. As a prep at Portage, Vega was a two-time state champion in 1996 and 1997. His success translated on the international scene as well. In 1998, Vega placed ninth at 60 kg the UWW Junior Greco-Roman World Championships. The following year, competing at 54 kg in freestyle, he placed seventh at the world championships. Vega wrestled collegiately at Minnesota from 1999 to 2002 and scattered his name throughout the legendary program. Individually, Vega earned All-America honors three times at 125 pounds and captured the Big Ten Conference 125-pound title in 2002. His performances helped the Gophers win three Big Ten team titles and back-to-back NCAA team titles in 2001 and 2002. Vega tallied a career record of 135-26, with his 135 wins ranking fifth all-time at Minnesota and his .839 winning percentage ranking 17th. He owned a career dual record of 65-14, with the 65 wins tied for seventh on the Gophers' individual dual wins list. Prior to his head coaching appointment at Portage, Vega was named the inaugural head coach at Calumet College of St. Joseph in Whiting, Indiana, with the birth of the program in 2008. He was at the helm through the 2009-10 season before returning to his roots in Portage. Vega earned his Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education and teaching from Minnesota in 2002. He and his wife, Sarah, have two daughters, LillyAnna and Lilah, and a son, Lydon. View full article
  40. 0 points
    Jayruss

    Alec Viduya of Roncalli commits to

    Guess that Purdue prediction on live air was off!
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