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  1. Congratulations to Aidan Torres from Chesterton for signing with Indiana. Projected to wrestle 149. View full signing
    8 points
  2. buttler73

    New Flo rankings

    New to the list from Indiana this month are Bryce Lowery as the #5 ranked at 152 & Orlando Cruz #11 at 182, joining De'Alcapone Veazy who is 14th. Logan Frazier #16 at 126 Carroll stays #1 at 220 Congratulations keep grinding.
    8 points
  3. The coliseum is a nice venue.....
    7 points
  4. Congratulations to Anthony Bahl from Crown Point for signing with Indiana. Projected to wrestle 133, 141. View full signing
    7 points
  5. Congratulations to Ashton Jackson from LaPorte for signing with Purdue. Projected to wrestle 125, 133. View full signing
    6 points
  6. Indiana boys wrestled well. I have put teams together for a very long time. This is by far the toughest dual tournament I have been a part of. We competed against all star teams. We were the only team in tournament that were solely from one state. Got a lot of good looks for these young men. I would like to thank all those that helped us make this work!
    6 points
  7. If my team doesn't punch a kid to State this year. I will officially be on the class train. I'm getting old and tired.
    5 points
  8. Adams Central hovers around 22-25 on the high school roster. We likely will be over 30 this year. We also share a room with the MS once they fire up in January (another 30 or so). We had always practiced in the corner of our PE gym. We were fortunate to get 1/2 the PE gym in the renovations about 3 years ago and got our first ever wrestling room after 50 years of the program. Now we have about 3 1/2 full mats with an office and large storage area. That has helped tremendously with practices.
    5 points
  9. Not an Indiana result but Latrell Schaffer takes out #2 Ladarion Lockett. Bryce Lowery beat Schaffer 6-3 yesterday so this result has a good impact on Lowery's inevitable national ranking.
    5 points
  10. Prairie Heights averages about 33 HS kids. Our junior high kids come over around regional/semi-state time of the year, but for the most part they get the luxury of practicing in the middle school cafeteria, which makes it fun.
    4 points
  11. These sound like good problems to have.
    4 points
  12. That too. I was talking about the time when the benches cleared and we all went chest to chest. MattyB was hiding behind Mr. Parris!
    4 points
  13. Lowery with a #6 upset over Allesio Perentin!
    4 points
  14. Hey everyone season is approaching an I am looking at my numbers and we are having a huge increase this year! Last year day one we had 13 kids at practice. I begged the boys to bring friends and find more kids to join the wrestling family. By the following Friday we had 20 kids and held strong there all season. Today I am going through FinalForms looking at my roster and I have 34 kids!! I know my Freshman year at Avon we had over 80 kids and had to do half of our practice in the field house! Wondering what everyones program number look like. Also wondering how many schools share their wrestling room with their Middle School team! We do and this year the room is going to be PACKED!
    3 points
  15. Fall Classic this weekend in Kalamazoo 3 Indiana guys are seeded @135. All seedings for all weights this weekend. https://www.michigangrappler.com/news_article/show/1240848 1. Justin Gates (MI)2. Joey Buttler (IN)3. Elvis Solis (FL)4. Blue Stiffler (GA)5. Elijah Bunn (MI)6. Owen Segorski (MI)7. Jose Gutierrez (FL)8. Tristan Corbin (VA)9. Parker Reynolds (IN)10. Nolan Larson (MI)11. Roman Maldonado (FL)12. Arash Yazdani (TN)13. Jonathan Krebs (MI)14. Aidan Meyers (MI)15. Reese Courtney (IN)16. Gavin Greathouse (OH)
    3 points
  16. I know Edgewood had similar numbers to Cascade. I think we had 30+ kids in a single mat wrestling room last year. Tight is an understatement. If numbers are higher this year, I believe the Jr High coach will have to get creative on practice.
    3 points
  17. I agree all classes in one building again would be nice!
    3 points
  18. cbarnett

    RIP Mike Faulkner

    It is with the deepest of sadness that I share the passing of our dear colleague and friend, Mike Faulkner, Director of Operations. Mike passed away peacefully last evening, Sunday, September 25, surrounded by those he loved most. Mike was an incredibly valued member of the SCM Family for many years. Though he wore many hats over his tenure with SCM, he set the standard for them all. Yet Mike was far more than any position or accomplishment, he was a difference maker in the lives of everyone he encountered. As much as Beef loved Mishawaka, his love for his family was far greater. He will be remembered as the type of husband we wish for our children, the kind of parent any child would be so privileged to call dad, and the best of leader, coach, mentor, colleague, and friend. Our continued prayers and support are with Mike's family: Monique, Alex, Austin, Angel, Larry, and the many other extended members of the Faulkner Family. Information on memorial services will be shared in the coming days. He was 53 years old.
    3 points
  19. rookie78

    RIP Mike Faulkner

    One of Indiana's best.
    3 points
  20. Y2CJ41

    RIP Mike Faulkner

    Mike was a friend to all. He gave way more than he ever wanted to receive back. We are all better because we knew Mike. Rest in peace Beef. Here is his obituary with service information https://www.hahnfuneralhomes.com/obituary/MichaelPatrick-Faulkner
    3 points
  21. Orlando Cruz with a 5-4 win over #8 at 170 Harvey Ludington.
    3 points
  22. Goin gets the major to put Outlaws up 20-18. Ruhlman was up 2-1 with 10 seconds left, takes a shot and gets ran to his back for the fall. We fall back behind (24-20). Cruz defeats Dellagatta 5-3 which brings us within 1. (24-23). Chavez wrestles hard but loses 8-5. (27-23). Kendrix loses 3-2 which puts Outlaws behind (30-23) Still have Heavyweight left but Oklahoma won the dual.
    3 points
  23. Just saying I called it. Lowery takes out nationally ranked Voinovich 5-4. (18-16). Sammy Goin up now.
    3 points
  24. Have nothing to do tomorrow, so I’ll be posting updates on big matches and duals!
    3 points
  25. bwoodjc89

    New Flo rankings

    We would have even more placers if it were classed.
    2 points
  26. Luckily we don't have to share facilities with the HS. The HS has almost 2 full mat room.
    2 points
  27. They announced the Team State locations! 1A/3A Franklin Community (I am being told 1A will be on 6 mats in the field house, and 3A will be in the main gym.) 2A Jay County 4A Brownsburg Think we will keep changing locations until they find the perfect combinations to adequately accommodate all classes! Thank you to all of those that are apart of the coaches association and have helped build this tournament up.
    2 points
  28. The field house will have plenty of space for 6 mats. I hope they bring in more seating for teams and fans. Rochester asked to host it this year. We have two gyms big enough to hold it and plenty of seating. Frustrating we weren't at least considered or communicated with before a decision was made. 1A deserves it's own venue.
    2 points
  29. Carroll is obviously the lock of all locks--#1 pound for pound in the country. Watts of Jimtown and Jellison of Elkhart could actually be next in line ahead of the Penn and Mishawaka guys because they'll most likely be #1 in their semi-state and top 5-ish guys overall--meaning they're favored to get to state and to get a nice draw in the first round. Chavez of Mishawaka and Steenbeke of Penn could be top 5 overall guys but could have roadblocks at semi-state that will make their Friday night interesting at state. Kendall of Penn is interesting even though he may be only #7 to 10 in the state because he could be a semi-state champ depending on how weights land. Others are Brabender, Walker, Valdez of Mishawaka, Harper of Penn, and Lone of Northwood--all of whom should be top 7 to 10 statewide and #2 or 3 in their semi-states.
    2 points
  30. Mike was a great guy to be around. Always smiling and laughing. I remember coming up the referee ranks and learning so much from Beef. Thanks for everything that you did for me and for the sport of wrestling. You will be missed by all of us! Rest in peace my friend!!!
    2 points
  31. Mike was one of the classiest guys you'd meet. Prayers for the whole family.
    2 points
  32. Buttler at #2 and Courtney at #15 is tough. Courtney is really good in my opinion and could have made a deep run in the winner's side, but now one of them get knocked down early. Buttler is the favorite, but Courtney is tougher than his results might show (dude gets some tough draws in the state series).
    2 points
  33. I used to coach Little Outlaws down there and the Minions team tried to hose us in a 3rd place match once. Literally had to stop everything and get the tournament director. Always good times wrestling the Minions!
    2 points
  34. He's surely earned a ranking I would think.
    2 points
  35. Lowery had an impressive day. 6 SO Alessio Perentin Delbarton NJ 6 10 JR Kael Voinovich Stillwater OK 10
    2 points
  36. LOWERYMATCH ------ REF IN THIS LAST MATCH SHOULD HAVE GIVE A REVERSE AND SOME SWIPES OR A PIN.. INSTEAD CALLS A STALEMATE?lowery has had an amazing day.
    2 points
  37. Lowery just took out #6 Alessio Peretin from NJ! Last second takedown to win it.
    2 points
  38. Cheaney wins a thriller in OT, Oklahoma kid score with about 10 seconds in regulation to send it into OT. Kid then gets in deep on Cheaney and they ankle pass 3-4 times with Cheaney coming out on top. (18-10) Anthony Bahl pulls off a wild win against Oklahoma 3rd place finisher, down 4-2 he gets a takedown and backs as time runs out to win 6-4. (18-13) Lowery vs Voinovich now.
    2 points
  39. Congratulations to Reid Schroeder from Southridge for signing with Army West Point. Projected to wrestle 184, 197. View full signing
    2 points
  40. Rioux starts off with a nice 5-2 win. Looked undersized but wrestled really hard. Picked up a reversal and locked hands call in the last 30 seconds to win. (3-0) Dickman drops a 10-2 match. (4-3) Jendreas loses a tough match to nationally ranked Kiser 11-2. (8-3)
    2 points
  41. Indiana looks to have the bye first round, will be wrestling Oklahoma in round two. After looking at lineups it looks like Oklahoma picked up some guys from different states. Some big match ups include Logan Frazier against Pennsylvania stud and nationally ranked Sam Herring, Jendreas has nationally ranked Chris Kiser, Bryce Lowery has nationally ranked Kael Voinovich, and Orlando Cruz will be wrestling New Jersey stud Rocco Dellagatta. Veazy beat Dellagatta at Fargo 8-8.
    2 points
  42. I think this team could surprise some people! Rioux should do really well at 100 wont be giving up weight. Dickman is a 2x Double AA at Fargo for a reason! Jendreas is tough and has been working all offseason I expect him to have a quality weekend. Billerman has been workin quietly all summer but I think he turns some major heads this weekend he always impresses me. Frazier should have a great weekend he looked great at IHPO looking forward to watching him build on that performance. Hawkins could turn heads at a new weight had to bump at Fargo and the size wasn't an issue at all. Schoeff and Bahl will both bang with anyone they are TOUGH. Lowery has had an amazing summer racking up quality wins everywhere excited to see him this weekend. Goin is a goer no matter what I'm excited to watch him after another IHPO championship. Ruhlman is coming off an IHPO title. He will find his cradle on a stud and I wont be shocked one bit. Cruz can hang with anyone out there and should have a great weekend. Henry I expect to make some real noise with a few "upsets" really I just think he's going to show people he belongs. Kendrix now this kid I had no clue who he was until Fargo, lost in the blood round then won IHPO, this kid is wrestling awesome as of lately! Lastly RD3 this kid will be in matches and we all know he has a big move to get back in a match. He'll be giving up some size but I expect him to have a solid weekend! Great write up @TysonNisley excited to watch the action!
    2 points
  43. Has to suck pulling up all of the tables and having to put mats out daily, unless you have some quick Velcro Dollamurs or similar.
    1 point
  44. It’s commonly known among Indiana wrestling fans that Indiana wrestlers are not very respected when it comes to national rankings. The Elite 8 Duals is a great opportunity to change that. This weekend, a squad of 15 of Indiana’s best will battle against some of the best that the country has to offer, with at least one nationally ranked competitor in every weight class, and as many as eight or nine in some weight classes. This weekend will be a great chance to show the rest of the country the talent of Indiana wrestling. That being said, I thought that I would go through and look up the nationally ranked competition in every weight class, so that you all could know the potential matchups to look forward to this weekend. Of course, our guys won’t get to wrestle every wrestler, but depending on our day one performance, each guy will likely wrestle at least a couple nationally ranked foes (aside from the weight classes with only one or two nationally ranked guys, which isn’t a lot of weight classes). 100: Nate Rioux, #20 Lincoln Sledzianowski 106: Revin Dickman, #5 Dominic Munaretto, #18 Colyn Limbert 113: Gavin Jendreas, #11 Christopher Kiser, #16 (at 106) Gage Singleton, #16 Cameron Stinson, #16 (at 120) Bo Bassett 120: Toby Billerman, #7 (at 113) Nathan Desmond, #7 Kael Lauridsen, #14 Gauge Botero, #14 (at 126) Thomas Verrette, #18 Cooper Hilton, #20 Jackson Blum 126: #17 Logan Frazier, #1 Jax Forrest, #4 Luke Stanich, #6 Drew Gorman, #10 Dillon Campbell, #11 Brady Roark, #12 Tyler Knox, #17 (at 120) Sam Herring 132: Landon Hawkins, #4 Grigor Cholakyan, #13 Landon Robideau, #18 William Baysinger, #20 Brandon Cannon 138: Cheaney Schoeff, #8 Vince Bouzakis, #11 Cameron Catrabone, #13 Tyler Vazquez, #17 Matthew Repos 145: Anthony Bahl, #3 Joel Adams, #6 (at 138) Pierson Manville, #6 Dylan Gilcher, #17 Weston Dalton, #18 Collin Dupill, #18 (at 152) Nick Kunstek 152: Bryce Lowery, #2 Ladarion Lockett, #6 Alessio Perentin, #8 Jeremiah Price, #9 Kody Routledge, #10 Kael Voinovich 160: Sammy Goin, #2 Joseph Sealey, #4 Ethan Stiles, #18 Dagen Condomitti 170: Delaney Ruhlman, #3 Lorenzo Norman, #14 Dylan Newsome 180: Orlando Cruz, #1 Brayden Thompson, #4 Aeoden Sinclair, #5 Gabe Arnold, #8 Harvey Ludington, #10 Timothy McDonnell 195: Gunner Henry, #3 Hayden Walters, #4 Jude Correa, #6 AJ Heeg, #7 Remy Cotton, #9 Michael Dellagatta, #15 Hoke Hogan, #18 Luke Cochran, #19 Mark Marin, #20 Brian Burburija 220: Devin Kendrex, #1 Christian Carroll, #15 Sameul Murphy, #17 AJ Fricchione, #19 Michael Murillo 285: Trey Decknard, #6 Emmanuel Ulrich, #7 Matthew Moore, #8 Parker Farrell, #16 Aidan Fockler There’s no telling how day one will go for us, and the competition that Indiana Outlaws will compete against on day two will depend on how the first day goes, but these are the guaranteed (unless weights are shuffled around or injury strikes) matchups that will go down day one: Indiana Outlaws vs. Team Oklahoma: Gavin Jendreas vs. #11 Christopher Kiser #17 Logan Frazier vs. #17 (at 120) Sam Herring Bryce Lowery vs. #10 Kael Voinovich Indiana Outlaws vs. Minion Legends Toby Billerman vs. #18 Cooper Hilton #17 Logan Frazier vs. #6 Drew Gorman Anthony Bahl vs. #6 Dylan Glicher Orlando Cruz vs. #1 Brayden Thompson *or* #5 Gabe Arnold Gunner Henry vs. #15 Hoke Hogan *or* #18 Luke Cochran Devin Kendrex vs. #1 Christian Carroll Indiana Outlaws vs. Spartan RTC Elite Gavin Jendreas vs. #16 Cameron Stinson Toby Billerman vs. #7 Nathan Desmond #17 Logan Frazier vs. #12 Tyler Knox Landon Hawkins vs. #13 Landon Robideau Cheaney Schoeff vs. #13 Tyler Vazquez Anthony Bahl vs. #6 Pierson Manville Bryce Lowery vs. #6 Alessio Perentin Sam Goin vs. #2 Joseph Sealey *or* Ransom Rudolph Delaney Ruhlman vs. #3 Lorenzo Norman Gunner Henry vs. #4 Jude Correa Trey Decknard vs. #8 Parker Farrell Indiana Outlaws vs. Team Empire Gunner Henry vs. #19 Mark Marin Devin Kendrex vs. #19 Michael Murillo
    1 point
  45. Frazier actually should have gotten the 2 at the end. I sent B. Bailey of the OUTLAWSthe screenshots of it, he was in with control. Ref blew the call.
    1 point
  46. Toby gives up a pin to a solid kid, kid had a tight tilt. (14-3) Frazier up now but unfortunately not against Sam Herring.
    1 point
  47. Y2CJ41

    MICIC

    https://www.flowrestling.org/events/7215590-2022-senior-world-championships/videos?playing=7975395 Good interview with Micic on his decision to go 57kg. He's always really open in his interviews which I love to see.
    1 point
  48. Always appreciate the time, effort, and insight that you put into these writeups.
    1 point
  49. Really excited for Frazier this weekend, his weight is stacked just in pool play alone. I really think Lowery can knock off Voinovich who's tough but not as good as his older brother was in HS. Seems like Gunner Henry will have a ranked opponent every match almost. This is a hugeeeee weekend for our guys that are HM's to make some noise and grab a ranking.
    1 point
  50. Mike Dixon coming back to Indiana https://iuhoosiers.com/news/2022/9/14/mike-dixon-returns-to-indiana-wrestlings-coaching-staff
    1 point
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