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    Congratulations to Silas Allred, Joseph Walker and Alec Viduya on becoming USA Wrestling Magazine Scholastic All-Americans. Exercising as much effort in the classroom as you do in a particular sport opens up so many more doors of opportunity. In a sport like like wrestling, where scholarship dollars are highly coveted and extremely limited, the ability to offset the investment of athletic money with academic money is a huge advantage for would-be recruits. It should also be recognized that consistency of effort in the classroom and into growing your character, demonstrates well rounded drive & effort....not just a one dimensional talent in a particular sport. Coaches and other recruiters recognize this dynamic, and feel much safer investing in these type of athletes. So make sure you don’t get lost in the guise of “wins & losses” on the mat. Have the foresight to recognize how winning on your biology or calculus final can equally impact your goals. Even the often unnoticed effort of smiling at a stranger, being a friend to the kid sitting by themselves at lunch, etc., will assist in all your collective aspirations. Make your goals first to be a good human, then a great student, and lastly an elite athlete. 100% effort into that priority line will take you to places many feel aren’t possible.
  2. 5 points

    Hoosier pre season open

    Well we are planning for it to be a go. If we are able to pull it off we will likely be one of the first bigger events to take place. We may stretch the event to two days.
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    Evan Bates releases Top 3 school list

    https://www.flowrestling.org/articles/6746263-35-evan-bates-releases-final-three-schools Cornell Indiana Northwestern
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    Big Ten Network

    Just for your information the Big Ten Network is re-airing the Big Ten tournaments from 2013-2020. Starting Monday at 6am (2016), 9am (2017), 12pm (2018), 3pm (2019), 6pm (2020) and 9pm (2015). Tuesday at 12am (2014) and 3am (2013). Enjoy.
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    Ancilla College Opportunities

    Ancilla College, located in North Central Indiana, is still actively recruiting for all weight classes for the coming year. We provide a great opportunity to wrestle at the Junior College level. We provide the opportunity to build your stock and be seen by 4 year colleges from Indiana and around the country. Those wrestlers that have not chosen a college as of yet, or would like to wrestle at a 4 year college and feel you've been over-looked, I strongly encourage you to take a look at Ancilla. We are coming off a great season where we had 4 National Qualifiers with 1 All-American and also had 4 NWCA Academic All-Americans. I am trying to grow the program and give more Indiana wrestlers the opportunity to wrestle at the next level. Those interested may contact Coach Line at the number and email provided here. Mark Line Head Wrestling Coach Ancilla College 219-712-1861 (cell) mark.line@ancilla.edu
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    Congratulations to Phoenix Rodgers from Heritage Hills for signing with Indianapolis. He is projected to wrestle 197. View full signing
  7. 3 points
    Adonis Boyd has signed with Bellarmine University, which is currently Division 2 but is making the transition to Division 1. Adonis projects to wrestle 133 for the Knights, which are located across the river in Louisville. During his career at Jeffersonville, Adonis was a varsity starter all four years, winning Sectionals twice and Regionals once. His senior year he was Academic All State. His junior year Adonis had a record of 33-7 and his senior year a record of 31-4.
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    Our most popular clinic is back! Come learn to establish position, control your opponent, and setup your attacks better with our Hand Fighting Clinic! High schoolers on Saturday, May 30th and youth on Sunday, May 31st. Sessions are 10:00 AM - 12:00 and 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST with lunch provided by Jimmy Johns. Limiting to 35 wrestlers. Cost is $60 and you must have an active USA Wrestling card. Register online or message us to reserve a spot! Location: 233 E Michigan New Carlisle Indiana https://www.midwestrtc.com/camps-clinics/
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    ‪Cody Matherly, a two-time Sectional and Regional Champion for Jeffersonville High School, will be taking his talents to Kentucky Wesleyan, a Division II college located in Owensboro, Kentucky. Cody had a combined record of 66-15 the last two seasons. As a junior, Cody made it to the round to go to State and as a senior he was ranked #8 in the Semi-State at 195lbs. ‪Since 2004, Cody Matherly makes the 41st Jeff wrestler making his college commitment; in the last decade, 2010-2020 – Jeff wrestling signed 24 commits.‬
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    By DANE FUELLING There will be a new coach in the chair for Homestead High School come November, as the Southwest Allen County school named Andy Oberlin the next head coach of the wrestling team. “I am extremely excited to be running the program,” said Oberlin in an interview Monday with the DDD. “As with most wrestlers, I like to be in control and have opinions on how things should be done and now I will get a chance to see if they will work.” Oberlin takes over the Spartan program from former Snider wrestler Nathan Devaux, and heads a program that he has been coaching in some capacity since 2014. Oberlin says that for the first time in his personal life, he finally has time to balance his family, work and a head coaching job. Devaux will continue with the program as an assistant, as well as Brent Stockman, who wrestled at Toledo University. Other assistants for 2020-21 will be Josh Michaels (Columbia City), Rick Greenwood (Elmhurst) and Mason Gaines (Fishers). The new coach is a graduate of DeKalb High School, where he graduated in 1994. “I had the pleasure of wrestling TIm Myers six times my sophomore and junior year,” Oberlin chuckled. Of the six losses he had his sophomore and junior year, four of them came from Myers. He was eliminated from the state tournament both years by Myers in the ticket round. Oberlin’s Bellmont connection continued his senior year, where he handed Jason Hayes his only two losses of the year prior to his appearance in the state championship bout in 1994. The Baron wrestler finished fourth that year at 119. His wrestling career continued at North Central College, a D3 school. A decade after leaving North Central, he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Purdue University. Oberlin began his coaching career in 1997 as an assistant for the well-travelled Rod Williams at Norwell. He returned to Dekalb a few years after that and coached under Tom Blackburn and later Jason Hunter. “I truly love coaching kids because of what this sport did for me and what I see it do for athletes. There is a bond between a wrestling coach and an athlete that I personally don’t see in other sports. You are truly going into battle with them and that solidifies that bond. Personally, there is nothing better than watching a child start wrestling as a youth and then see that athlete wrestle his senior year.” A full program, not just at the high school level, but all the way through the youth program, is Oberlin’s ultimate goal at one of the largest high schools in northeast Indiana. “Over the last six years, we have taken a club of about 10 to 20 kids to a little more than 100 last year. Our middle school programs are starting to develop and grow.” Over 70 kids competed on the district’s two middle school programs this season and the success of the program was higher than in recent memory. When asked for goals for his tenure, Oberlin looked at the bigger picture. “We, as a community, have to work to raise the level of wrestling in our area. I want Homestead to be a part of lifting this semi-state back up.” A berth at Team State and a few state medals were just some of the big goals he has for the program. Oberlin noted that he worked with other coaches on a ten year plan when he came to the program and feels that with three years left, Homestead is still on pace to accomplish many of the original standards he set in 2014. Oberlin admitted that competing with Bellmont is a goal of his. “We have a pretty strong Thanksgiving Duals and I will make sure that Bellmont has a standing invitation to that.” An invitation to compete at the prestigious Al Smith tournament at Mishawaka over the holidays is something that Oberlin feels his program can earn in the coming years. Oberlin and his wife and three children reside in the SACS district. View full article
  11. 2 points
    If I remember right you were helping me. So I see your point.
  12. 2 points
    Am I the only one who feels that Coach Oberlin looks like Zach Galifianakis.
  13. 2 points
    Congratulations to all of our Indiana high school wrestlers named NWCA/USMC Leadership & Character All-Americans. You can check out the names at the link below. The National Wrestling Coaches Association is proud to partner with the United States Marine Corps to recognize achievement in academics (Scholar All-Americans) and leadership & character. We had a good number of Indiana wrestlers who were named Leadership & Character All-Americans this year. Next year I hope we can greatly increase the number of Scholar and Leadership & Character All-Americans from Indiana. I encourage you to make this Leadership & Character award a special recognition for those truly outstanding members of your team. If you look at the criteria (below), the award is meant to represent the very best of your program. Congratulations to all of these wrestlers. http://www.nwcaonline.com/awards/nwca_usmc_leadership_character_aa_award/
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    Ancilla College Opportunities

    My son, who is a baseball player, took a few years off after high school to get his head right. He was a member of the Indiana Bulls program through high school but lost his way his junior year and disappeared from the radar of coaches. Last year he made a choice to resurrect his career and live in the dorm at Ancilla. He made great friendships while enjoying the school/instructors. They do a great job of being there for the student; my son is returning even though he had other options so I believe that speaks volumes of his experience. I give the school 2 thumbs-up!!
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    Congratulations to the Indiana high school wrestlers who were recognized as 2020 NWCA/U.S. Marines Scholar All-Americans! The National Wrestling Coaches Association is proud to partner with the United States Marine Corps to recognize outstanding scholar athletes in the scholastic wrestling community. The requirements are a 3.5/4 or higher G.P.A. and earning a varsity letter winner. It is a privilege to recognize these Hoosier scholastic wrestlers. Hopefully we can get a much larger number of our athletes recognized next season. Dave Cloud NWCA Representative The Indiana wrestlers: Name School Jacob Kreager Ft. Wayne Snider High School Brady Ester Ft . Wayne Snider High School Cameron Garcia Ft. Wayne Snider High School Hayden Tippmann Ft. Wayne Snider High School Jared Mitchell Ft. Wayne Snider High School Seth Lawson Frankton High School Sarah Dix Pendleton Heights High School Cade Patton Southridge High School Samuel Schroeder Southridge High School
  16. 2 points
    By: Scott Hunt Chronicle-Tribune Fifty pounds heavier than when he first stepped on a mat as a 145-pound freshman at Mississinewa, Kyler Funk finished his career as the most decorated Indian wrestler of all time and one of Grant County’s best ever. Funk qualified for semistate that first year then as a sophomore became just the second Ole Miss wrestler ever to earn a trip to state. Funk jumped up to the 182-pound class where he won his first sectional championship before finishing third at regional and fourth at semistate to punch a ticket to the state finals. Funk was only the second wrestler ever from Mississinewa to earn a state finals trip, joining Bob Stone, who qualified in 1974 at 177 pounds. As a junior, Funk won 33 matches, but had his season end in disappointment. He dropped highly competitive matches to Oak Hill’s Bradley Rosman in the 182-pound championship of both sectional and regional, then lost his second-round match at semistate to fall just short of returning to state. His first three years were only a prelude to Funk’s senior campaign. He worked his way into the 195-pound division and lost just twice during the regular season, both times to eventual state champion Silas Allred of Shenandoah. Funk’s historical tournament trail in 2020 began with his second sectional title. He then went on to win the second regional championship in Ole Miss wrestling history, where he again matched Stone’s accomplishment from 1974, before the IHSAA had implemented a semistate tourney. Over the final two weeks of his senior season, Funk set precedent in Mississinewa wrestling and athletic history. He became the first Ole Miss athlete, team or individual, to ever be crowned a semistate champion, a satisfying achievement for sure, but not his ultimate goal. “State my senior year, my goal was to get a medal around my neck,” Funk said Thursday evening. “And it happened.” Indeed. Funk took to the mat in Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Friday, Feb. 21 and earned a 9-4 win over Richard Clevenger from New Palestine guaranteeing his, and Mississinewa’s, first state hardware in the sport of wrestling. Ultimately, Funk would lose two closely contested matches on Saturday at state, but his career ended with a 7-5 win over Bellmont’s Caleb Friedt and a seventh-place finish which earned him that medal and coveted spot on the podium among the state’s best. He finished the season with Central Indiana Conference and Grant Four titles along with a 43-4 record. Funk’s historic 2020 season also has earned him the Chronicle-Tribune’s selection as Grant County’s top winter athlete. “I was really thankful to be able to do that with my family, my dad, his last time representing Mississinewa High School,” Funk said. “It was a good day. I’ve got to thank (assistant) coach King, Noah King. He did a lot for me. He pushed me every day. In the (wrestling) room. I didn’t really have anybody besides him to do that. Those two were the biggest two and why I got my medal around my neck.” Kyler referenced being able to share his state finals achievement with his dad, Curt Funk, who just a couple days prior to the finals had resigned his position as teacher, football and wrestling coach at Ole Miss to become the head football coach at Fishers. Having his dad in his corner only added to Kyler Funk’s favorite career moments as a wrestler. “I have two. My sophomore year I made it to state. I was looking at my draw and I was like I can do this,” he said, recalling his first trip to state which resulted in an opening-round loss. “I wanted to be the first state qualifier from Mississinewa since 1974. I thought that would be pretty cool to do that. “The second one was winning semistate and winning my Friday match at state,” Funk continued. “I went into my Friday match at state knowing not a lot of kids from (the area) have won a state medal, except for (2019 Mississinewa grad) Brennan Butche and he has three (in cross country). Standing on the podium and I have a state medal now, I’ll never forget that.” In the immediate aftermath of his two losses at the state finals – a 6-3 decision to Culver Academy’s Eli Pack and 3-1 decision to McKinley Kemper from Evansville Central – Funk was obviously disappointed. Wrestlers at the state championship are all fairly evenly matched so the margin between winning and losing is relatively small in most instances. “You look at me and the kid who got fourth in the state (Pack), we had neck and neck match,” Funk said. “Any given day he can beat me or any given day I could beat him. All of us, with the right draw, we could have placed from second to eighth in my opinion, but none of us were beating Silas Allred. He is just a freak of nature and none of us could beat him.” Funk had more history with Allred than just the two regular season meetings. Allred lost just two matches in high school and none through junior and senior seasons on the way to winning the past two 195-pound state championships. He and Funk were often sparring partners in practice sessions as part of the same wrestling club based out of Indianapolis. Through their mat time Funk and Allred, who will wrestle at Nebraska, became good friends. “He’s my partner in the offseason,” Funk said of Allred. “Every Sunday, Monday and Wednesday dad would drive me to Lawrence North (for practice) and Silas was the closest one to my weight. He’d obviously destroy me. It is what it is, but he made me better. … He’s not only a great wrestler, he’s just a great kid. I like him a lot. “When he saw we were in the same bracket (at state), he said I hope we meet each other in the semis, I think you can do it,” Funk added. “He’s always had faith in me and always been a good motivator for other kids too.” Though he generated interest from colleges for both football and wrestling, Funk’s plans for the near future will be without organized sports. The decision wasn’t an easy one for him to make, but it was made with maturity and wisdom. “I’m going into an apprenticeship in Noblesville and learn how to be sprinkling and pipe fitter,” he shared. “I would love to play college football and wrestle but school really isn’t my thing and I don’t feel like being in debt that much the rest of my life.” For now, Funk is finishing up his senior year through eLearning and trying to finalize some summer plans for a senior celebration with friends and former teammates. “I work with Jaheim Johnson and Cade Campbell and we just talked about it today,” Funk said of the planning. “Sometime in July we’re all going to go to King’s Island, basically all the seniors on the football team. We’re going to go to King’s Island and have a good time. After that we’ll go off on our own.”
  17. 2 points

    State Duals Vote In results

    Why didn't Carroll get a vote-in? Do you guys hate Carroll? #VoteCarroll
  18. 2 points
    Great job putting this together @Y2CJ41, might be #1 of all #GOAT
  19. 1 point
    To help honor America BTN wants to show America’s greatest sport all day long.
  20. 1 point
    Short Jay

    Casey Kenney

    Casey Kenney fights again this Saturday night on ESPN vs Louis Smolka.
  21. 1 point
    Checking for interested teams- the NWCA (National wresrling coaches association) hosts the NWCA National duals on January 8th/9th, 2021. This has the top D2, D3, Naia, Juco, NCWA, and Women’s teams competing for a nationals dual meet title! Many of our former Indiana Hs wrestlers now competing in college will be wrestling there. Last years info: http://www.nwcaonline.com/news-events/events/2020-nwca-multi-division-national-duals/ This is held in the louisville fairground convention center and freedom hall (current concert venue and former home of louisville cardinal basketball)- big stadium! The NWCA has asked me to put together teams primarily from Indiana and Kentucky as a “border war” for a tourney. but after discussion we want this to be open to any team within our travel sanctions. i am looking for teams that might be interested to wrestle our dual meet tourney along side these college teams! teams invited: formulating that now format: a lot depends on the number of teams we get and who there you want to see! But ultimately we are looking to have 2-3 matches on Friday night and 5 on Saturday. interested teams email coach struck dstruck@gccschools.com more questions? Text me at 8127862308 (I realize this is state duals weekend many years, we hope to be able to accommodate teams each year that want to go in and out of these two tourneys as well)
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    Liam Cronin Transfer

    Nice to see this for a change, in the program. I would consider this progress for the coaches. To be able to have options is a sign that more kids are taking an interest in Indiana. Hope this happens with all the weights.
  23. 1 point
    I coached a 15 u team at this event last year. It’s pretty cool. Lots of mats and lots of good wrestling. I am sure that a high school division will be ran right. I would highly recommend doing this event.
  24. 1 point

    Doug Annakin(backtothemat)

    Dang very very sad! He was always contributing in here and always a class act.. Fly High big dog
  25. 1 point
    May want to checkout wrestlestat.com they have updated their line ups to reflect current rosters and projected starters. They do a solid job. If you haven’t checked out that site, you may want too. Super way to keep up with college wresting. https://www.wrestlestat.com/
  26. 1 point

    Doug Annakin(backtothemat)

    Damn. I’m so sorry to hear this. My thoughts and prayers are with Baxter and his family. He loved watching Baxter wrestle and was so proud of him and the man he’s become. I shared a suite with Doug at state 4 years ago and I’m so glad my path crossed with this great gentleman. Doug provided a shoulder to cry on and advice that helped me thru one of the toughest couple months I’ve ever experienced as a wrestling parent this past winter. I shall be forever grateful. Eternal peace grant unto him O Lord. What a great tribute to him in the obituary. Spot on to who Doug was.
  27. 1 point
    Sorry didn’t realize it was under the paywall. Due to the subscription factor I won’t provide the full detailed article or honorable mentions, but the main DI only lineup according to their criteria and twitter responses are: 125 - A. Escobedo - IN 133 - S. Micic - Mich 141- R. Humphrey - OSU 149 - J. Tsirtsis - NW 157 - D. Lilovich (80s) - PU 165 - A. Howe - Wis 174 - R. Voliva (30s) - IN 184 - B. Palmer (70s) - Iowa 197 - C. McDaniel (30s) - IN 285 - G. Wagner - Mich Again we have some current DI guys able to make a run at a couple spots if their next few seasons are able to go through as normal.
  28. 1 point
    Coaches--I just spoke to Nate Naasz at NWCA. The Academic and Leadership/Character programs are officially run by the USMC. The NWCA compiles the information and sends it to the Marines for them to get the certificates. The program normally involves a U.S. Marine coming to the recipient's school to present the certificates. Since the Covid-19 lock down made that impossible I think the program was delayed. Nate has sent out the Scholar certificates (let me know if you have not received yours).Nate said he had contacted Col. Fallon who is in charge of recruiting in this area of the country. He has not heard back yet and will be speaking to him tonight and will ask again about the Leadership & Character certificates with hope of getting the issue resolved tonight. Sorry for the delay in getting these to you.
  29. 1 point
    This is a great trip to help get your young wrestler to the next level. Ty took this trip his 8th grade year and had a blast. I was amazed at his maturity level and his wrestling abilities when he got back. He went on to place at Pre-Season nationals and several other national tournaments in the months following. There was a great mixture of Folkstyle, Freestyle and Greco and he wrestled some of the top tier kids in the country. Most of all, he really made some life-long friends that he still talks to today. It's such an awesome feeling to be at some of his college tournaments and run into one of his OASWT teammates. Ty was able to fund raise about 90% of his trip costs from the community and worked off the rest with chores around the house. He was able to see and do so many things across the country that it was a once in a lifetime experience. If you are interested, let me know and I can share more about our experiences. The only downside was a picture of his cauliflower ear in the middle of Utah somewhere.. mom wasn't happy, but Ty loved it!
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    Penn High School is also hosting a womens tournament on December 19th. Please email Marie Doan Asst AD mdoan@phm.k12.in.us if you are interested in joining.
  31. 1 point
    Congratulations to Autumn Terhune from Warren Central for signing with Indiana Tech. She is projected to wrestle 155. View full signing
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    Coach R

    Congrats to Annalyse Dooley

    Annalyse from West Vigo won the prestigious McMillan award today in Terre Haute given to the best female athlete in the county. She was a 3 sport athlete and won 12 varsity letters in high school and also was 4 time state place winner in girls tournament. Annalyse has paved the way for girls wrestling in our area. She is headed to Indiana Tech this fall.
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    Kurt Collins

    Kurt Collins
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    It was Prairie Heights...
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    You made varsity?
  36. 1 point
    Its a wonder I ever made varsity.
  37. 1 point
    Think of how many more matches he would have won if you weren't in his corner?
  38. 1 point

    Matt Neff of LaPorte commits to

    Congratulations to Matt Neff from LaPorte for signing with Manchester. He is projected to wrestle 174. View full signing
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    Ancilla College Opportunities

    Proud of what Mark is doing there at Ancilla. Great opportunity for those kids who need to strengthen their academic foundation before heading on to a four-year to finish their careers. This is Indiana's ONLY junior college wrestling program. Go Chargers!
  40. 1 point
    Coach Hull

    Online Training Center

    Indiana Wrestling Community, I'd like to take this time and first hope everyone is well in the midst of this hot mess we are in. As much as we are in a rush to "get back to normal" we are also all forced to account for an unseen enemy that has affected us all. Although bred to handle adversity, the wrestling community has had to battle complacency, laziness, boredom, fear, uncertainty, safety, loss of finances and interest, etc. in some form or fashion across the country throughout this. However, perseverance, strength, wisdom and hope are the basis not only for survival but also to thrive! With that said we would like introduce our innovative new Online Training Center specifically designed to provide wrestlers a chance train and connect with some of their favorite wrestlers and coaches - without ever leaving their home! This platform features daily live streamed practices with a world-class lineup of Olympians, World Champions, NCAA Champions and more! Additional services also include Virtual 1-on-1 private sessions with some of your favorite wrestlers, eCamps and eClinics, exclusive podcasts and technique with some of the best in the business, and much, much more! For only $20 per month members are able to get trained by some of the best in world, Monday - Friday. Below is our current schedule that is growing weekly as we continue to build the best line-up and service for the national wrestling community. We will be adding a 7 p.m. class soon to provide everyone with more options and ensure all time zones have at least two practices a day.: Mondays 12 p.m. Reece Humphrey - 2020 Coach of the Year 4 p.m. Jesse Porter - 3x World Team Member Tuesdays 12 p.m. Bryce Meredith - 2x NCAA Finalist 4 p.m. J'den Cox - 2x World Champion Wednesdays 12 p.m. Alexandria Glaude - U23 World Bronze Medalist 4 p.m. Kamal Bey - Junior World Champion Thursdays 4 p.m. Pat Lugo - NCAA All-American 4 p.m. SPECIAL GUEST Fridays 12 p.m. Mallory Velte - World Bronze Medalist 4 p.m. Jesse Porter - 3x World Team Member As we grow across the country with this platform, it is natural that we spread love throughout our home state in an effort to get as many Indiana athletes and coaches of all levels involved! Whether you are going to self-quarantine inside or eagerly rush back on the mat with your club or school, this opportunity is second to none for coaches, parents and athletes. It keeps kids involved, on a schedule, continuing to progress in the sport, increasing their confidence and discipline, raises their wrestling IQ and expectations! There are a variety of membership options available, all of which have massive amounts of value. We are gearing up to have an exciting future ahead of us on this platform and would love to see as many Indiana folks involved! To register or find out more information, please visit www.legendsofgold.org Stay safe, Indiana! Yours in wrestling, Coach Hull coachnhull@gmail.com
  41. 1 point

    State Duals Vote In results

    Yeah, it's a shame we dont have any way of doing an all-in tournament so teams can prove their worth in the same season as the event. It's been a disappointing circumstance for a good long while. With that said, CG obviously faced the same qualification process as everyone. They had some bad luck, but the bottom line is that they didnt score enough points to win a bid or to reach the threshold to be considered for a vote-in spot. It's a bit of a cold, emotionless, black-and-white process in that regard. Even if there's compelling evidence you'll be amazing next year, you have to win the matches necessary to get in the discussion. I coached and refereed in Johnson County for close to 10 years and always like seeing CG do well, so I hope they have the strong team the next couple years that it seems they're headed toward.
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    Congratulations to Noah White from Columbus East for signing with Wabash. He is projected to wrestle 184. View full signing
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    Congratulations to Jonathan Kervin from Floyd Central for signing with Indiana. He is projected to wrestle 157. View full signing
  44. 1 point
    Justice has committed to Marian University. Thanks to all of you for the support over the years. Looking forward to seeing whats ahead for him and the rest of the 2020 class.
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    COVID effect on wrestling numbers?

    I'm guessing you'll see a lot less handshaking.
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    Brady Ester of Snider commits to

    Congratulations to Brady Ester from Fort Wayne Snider for signing with Wabash. He is projected to wrestle 125. View full signing
  47. 1 point

    weight changes for 20-21 season?

    personally I would go to 15 weights with adjusting weight classes with additional weight being added up top also. Never for taking away an opportunity from a kid. I know people struggle filing all the weights but I am selfish and would want the most chances for kids to see varsity wrestling as they can. Also I like adding it up top as another spot to help encourage the football players to give wrestling a try.
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    Purdue All Americans

    Purdue had 5 individuals named All American by the NWCA. First Team 125- Devin Schroder 157- Kendall Coleman 174- Dylan Lydy 197- Christian Brunner Honorable Mention 149- Griffin Parriott Congrats Boiler wrestlers!
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    State Brackets from 1956-2020

    Liar, you can't count that high!
  50. 0 points

    Liam Cronin Transfer

    Little insight into Cronin personal struggle during this past season. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/college/indiana/2020/05/14/nebraska-wrestler-liam-cronin-suffered-heartache-indiana-before-transfer/5177407002/ It was nice to see him qualify after mental/emotional factors that were hindering his wrestling focus when he first entered the lineup this season. Hopefully things work out for him at Nebraska.
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