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  1. Delta is looking very strong! Great dual to watch in person! Hats off to Cody and Staff for having his kids dialed in early in the year!
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  2. 160lbs: Garrett Clay (Delta) pins #17 ranked Silas Loshe (South Adams)
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  3. Fixed now, thought I fixed it earlier. For these two bloopers we are fining @TripleB 1000 Bananas.
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  4. Still seeing #1 & #8 @ 285 being from Brownsburg. Anyone else seeing that? No biggie, just curious if just me/my device.
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  5. MamaOrman

    Good Duals

    My son is the JV kid from Owen Valley you mentioned. His name is Kacey Orman. It is amazing to see him being recognized for his hard work and determination. He has never let his disability get in the way of whatever he wants to do. He always finds a way!
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  6. TysonNisley

    Toughest Conference

    The DAC is gonna be fun this year. Crown Point is the obvious best team in the DAC, but Chesterton always has a solid squad, and is led by state placers Hayden Demarco and Aidan Torres. Merriville also has a strong team, with a pair of Maldonado wrestlers in Matthew and David, along with returning qualifier Lucas Clement. Portage also has a solid team, and is led by E'Shawn Tolbert, with semi-state qualifiers Owen Bunton and Manolo Hood looking to break through to the state tournament. Outside of these four teams, I think Lake Central could challenge for a top 4 spot in the conference, with Mason Jones and Guillermo Rivera leading the pack. LaPorte also is home to the state's only current multiple time state champ with Ashton Jackson, along with Josh England, who I think will have a breakthrough year this year and join Ashton to have multiple black and orange wrestlers down at Gainbridge this year. Also in the DAC is Valparaiso and Michigan City, who currently have no state ranked wrestlers, but have produced talented wrestlers in the past. I think the biggest competitor for the toughest conference in Indiana is the HCC, with plenty of tough schools in this conference, including Brownsburg, who are the clear favorite to be the best in the conference and the toughest challenge for Crown Point as the best wrestling team in Indiana. Avon is another team with plenty of state quality wrestlers, such as the Rioux brothers, Seth Syra, and multiple time placer Cheaney Schoeff, and is Brownsburg's biggest challenge in the conference. Every team in this conference sends at least one ranked wrestler to compete for an HCC title, with Fishers having state qualifier Griffin Ingalls, Zionsville with Tommy Frazier and Luke Penola, Noblesville with Austin Hastings, Hamilton Southeastern with Zach Lang and Dom Burgett, Franklin Central with Andrew Just, and Westfield with Ike O'Neill and Jason Rooney. I thought that I would do you all a favor and list the ranked wrestlers in each weight class across both conference, to make the best conference debate a little easier. Of course, I also know that I might be missing a really tough conference, so feel free to throw other potential conferences in the mix. DAC Ranked Wrestlers 106: #8 Mason Jones, UR Logan Haney or Rianne Murphy (not ranked but both solid wrestlers) 113: #2 Gavin Jendreas, #9 E'Shawn Tolbert 120: #1 Ashton Jackson, #13 Sonny Sessa, #19 Matthew Maldonado, #20 Owen Bunton 126: #1 Logan Frazier, #14 Guillermo Rivera 132: #7 Hayden Demarco, #8 David Maldonado 138: #7 Lucas Clement, #13 Evan Cruz 145: #1 Aidan Torres, #2 Anthony Bahl, #7 Carlos Perez 152: #14 Adrian Pellot 160: #1 Sam Goin 170: #2 Cody Goodwin 182: #1 Orlando Cruz 195: #9 Anthony White 220: #1 Will Clark 285: #3 Paul Clark HCC Ranked Wrestlers 106: #2 Revin Dickman, #4 Nathan Rioux 113: #1 Preston Haines, #4 Luke Rioux, #13 Tommy Frazier 120: #2 Jake Hockaday 126: #6 Griffin Ingalls, #11 Landen Haines 132: #4 Brady Ison, #11 Seth Syra 138: #3 Cheaney Schoeff, #4 Parker Reynolds 145: #6 Ike O'Neill, #8 Zach Lang, #9 Mason Day 152: #20 Jesse Derringer 160: #13 Jason Rooney 170: #17 Luke Penola 182: #8 Caden Brewer 195: #2 Gunner Henry 220: #14 Austin Hastings 285: #2 Leighton Jones, #7 Dom Burgett, #11 Andrew Just I find it interesting after listing the ranked wrestlers that the depth of 106-145 of these conferences seems to be a lot tougher than 152-285, which name just one ranked wrestler across each weight class, with the exception of the HCC's 285 bracket (which I think Jones and Burgett is gonna be a great match). Just a funny thing that I noticed. Gonna end this with some stats, and then I gotta go do homework that I've been procrastinating on by writing this. DAC Ranked Wrestlers: 23 HCC Ranked Wrestlers: 24 Total Ranked Wrestlers: 47 = 5.96% of ranked wrestlers in the state DAC Top 8 Ranked Wrestlers: 15 HCC Top 8 Ranked Wrestlers: 15 Total Top 8 Ranked Wrestlers: 30 = 26.79% of top 8 ranked wrestlers in the state DAC #1 Ranked Wrestlers: 6 HCC #1 Ranked Wrestlers: 1 Total #1 Ranked Wrestlers: 7 = 50% of #1 ranked wrestlers in the state
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  7. Coach Holden, Rushville has a large number of JV wrestlers this year and are looking of JV opportunities. Please let me know if you have anything going at your place. We don't fill every weight class but we could have around 20 or so JV kids to compete. Thanks Lawler
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