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  1. Y2CJ41

    Practice protocals

    The main things we are focusing on is masks as much as possible such as during warm-ups, technique teaching, stretching, etc. The other is having groups of about 4 or 5 kids that can wrestle with each other. As well as the obvious things like hand sanitizer and more stringent cleaning. Meets will be interesting as we will need to space seating and possibly limit who travels based on what JV matches we would have. I think we may even need to have a "half time" for duals to clean the mats. For bigger events we may need to clean mats after each round so it would add another 15 minutes
    6 points
  2. One thing we are hoping to do is install 50+ hooks in the room so kids can hang their masks up and not just throw them on the ground between times of wearing them. Throwing them on the ground is not good when you can add any assortment of skin diseases to the mask along with your Covid! On top of that people need to wash their masks regularly, which I'm not sure everyone is doing. Now on the mask issue. Masks are NOT a cure all, no one has EVER claimed they are 100% effective. Too many people think that social distancing, masks, etc are 100% effective and when they are not they cla
    4 points
  3. The week after Super 32 as we like to wait to see how guys do there. One year we were set to release, but waited and had a few rankings change after the results.
    2 points
  4. CoachW33

    Practice protocals

    Just looking to follow this up. I thought it was a valid concern and something we should all be considering as we gear up for our season. What are you guys thinking about how you will run practices? We've discussed creating groups of four for practice and you can only work within that group. The question was brought to me by my AD about using two mats for duals but only running one match at a time and once one match ends, cleaning the mat between matches. Seems like it would make the dual take twice as long but is it necessary? Tournaments, do you have ho
    2 points
  5. Though the field was diluted due to Senior Nationals not being a qualifier for anything this year, Mason Parris goes 10-0, 9-4, 9-6. 7-0, 12-2. He absolutely manhandled Tanner Hall in the final. Even without the other top guys (Gwiazdowski, Steveson, Nelson, Kerkvliet) it was a very impressive win.
    2 points
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  7. Rank/ Name/ Grade/ Projected High School/ Current Weight/ Projected HS Weight 1. Revin Dickman--7th grade--Brownsburg--80--(106)*Rokfin ranked #115(#2 at 70lbs)*Mobbin Ranked #2 @ 80lbs (Middle School State Champ, 2020 WOW Trinity Award Winner, 2X Tulsa Champ, 2X Reno Worlds Champ, Tulsa Kickoff Champ, 8-0 at Olympic club duals, McDonogh Duals 8-1, Tyrant duals 7-1 and 8-0, VAC gold 9-1 EM gold, Wildwood duals 8-0, NHSCA duals 11-0, SB duals GR 8-0 and FS 7-2, multi time ISWA triple crown winner) 2. Kyle Harden--7th grade--Cathedral--140--(152-182)*Mobbin Ranked #3 @
    1 point
  8. Also Michael Major is now a Indiana kid and would be for sure high on this list
    1 point
  9. Tishner was a 8th grade last year and was listed as a freshman at IHPO but not 100% if held back or not. Also Jeffrey Huyvaert, Quinton Buckmaster, Clinton Shepherd, Lucas Boe, Layne Horn, Tyline Thrine, Landon Horning, and Case Bell would be some others that come to mind to keep a eye on.
    1 point
  10. Galagore

    Practice protocals

    We should probably just class the individual state tournament. That would probably take care of things. I kid... My major concern is Saturday meets...not so much in the safety, but in getting several schools together who may have varying degrees of safety measures. Hopefully our coaches and parents will react well if the host school has more stringent mask enforcement, etc. than their home school. Hosting a tournament is hard enough, let alone now, let alone if you are constantly having to ask people to follow basic safety guidelines.
    1 point
  11. ehscoach

    Practice protocals

    It will definitely be a discussion at the IHSWCA clinic tomorrow and Friday. I think it will be a huge benefit to talk to other coaches, but to also see what kind of guidance Robert Faulkens may provide. We have talked about these groups of 4 pods at our schools, but even then my admin mentioned how they couldn't be around each other in the locker room, at meets, on the bus etc for contact tracing. Nearly an impossible position.
    1 point
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  13. EI Sports/ Cliff Keen/ Brute are offering two really high end prizes for the clinic raffle this year. The IHSWCA Fall Clinic is a long-standing event on he Indiana HS wrestling calendar. E.I. Sports and Apparel is proud to announce that for the 20th consecutive year they will be able to step up and help support this great event. Jeff Schaefer and the team at E.I. Sports in Evansville have worked with two of the longest running manufactures in the wrestling world to provide two great raffle prizes for this years event. E.I. Sports will be donating a set of Cliff Keen B
    1 point
  14. My bad... I mean... Mattyb has him number one! Lol Regardless.. he will be number one!!!
    1 point
  15. I feel like there wasn't much discussion on either of these events. Here are a few things I saw from our Indiana guys. IHPO 105: Reed Egli wrestled well losing to Michigan state champ Wertanen. CP's Bahl beat state qualifiers Cortez and Brady Evan Dickey beat AZ state champ and finished with 4 wins Brady beat incoming freshman Courtney 5-4 and Egli in sudden victory Haines beat Seng in SV and finished the tournament with 5 wins taking 4th. Toby Billerman beat Cortez 8-4 Courtney beat Seng 1-0 116: Gilbert lost in semi finals and finished
    1 point
  16. Indianawrestler145

    Bryce Lowery

    This weekend in Philadelphia, Bryce Lowery of roncalli takes out the #18 ranked 120 pounder in the nation (on flo rankings) Jett Strickenburger bryce won the battle 7-5 great job bryce!
    1 point
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