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  1. SWINfan

    Nick Lee OTT

    Been listening to a few podcasts lately and a few comments about Nick Lee from Vincenzo Joseph and Jordan Oliver stood out to me. Both talked about how tough it was to wrestle Nick and that he is much stronger than you think he is. Oliver said despite teching him at the US Open, he came away impressed and adjusted how he wrestled him this year at the OTT. He referenced how Nick shut down most of his attacks until he was fortunate enough to score on a double and get a leg lace. At the OTT, he abandoned his single leg (his best move) and focused on doubles and keeping Nick from tying him up
    5 points
  2. wrestlenewbie

    Nick Lee OTT

    vs. Garrett on mat 3 at about the 15:54 minute mark. vs. Retherford on mat 2 at about the 1:30:32 minute mark. vs. Diakomihalis on mat 4 at about the 2:46:12 minute mark. Not that I watched all that closely.
    4 points
  3. 125 - Hildebrandt 133 - Micic 141 - Lee (you leave the reigning national champ at his weight) 149 - Red 157 - Lee 165 - Lee 174 - Washington 184 - Walker 197 - Davison 285 - Parris
    3 points
  4. Wait a god darn minute!!!.... youth coaches get paid now. I need many and many years of back pay. Hope to see Quinn at BD too.
    3 points
  5. That make 6 total MD wrestlers in the Big Ten
    3 points
  6. Seniors, remember the FAFSA deadline is April 15th. Even if you aren't decided on moving on to the next level, it is important to complete the FAFSA as it could provide a good amount of FREE money towards paying for school.
    3 points
  7. Glad to see him stay in state, I wish him the best!
    3 points
  8. Hello All, As you may have heard, Cascade Wrestling lost a great wrestler and even better young man this week due to a sudden illness. The whole community but especially the team are devastated. As his former coach, I can tell you all is a major loss. As the state does when a specific coach or player passes away, leaving the outside lights on stadiums is a loving tribute. As wrestlers, we know we don't get the spotlight nor necessarily want it. Therefore I would like to propose that each wrestling team pay a similar tribute but in true wrestling fashion. When we leave the mat for
    2 points
  9. Thank you all for the kind words! Ben Davis is going in a different direction, but that doesn't change what those boys are doing. That program is on the RISE and those boys are hungry. I cant wait to watch their continued success on and off the mats.
    2 points
  10. I believe BD will make the best decision regardless. If it's Quinn, rumble young man rumble. But if it's someone else, best of luck to them also. Whoever is chosen, best of luck at what looks like a great opportunity for something special.
    2 points
  11. NCAA D1: 125 - Drew Hildebrandt, HM: Christian Mejia 133 - Kyle Luigs, HM: Conner Gimson 141 - Nick Lee, HM: Chad Red, 149 - Graham Rooks 157 - Brayton Lee 165 - Joe Lee 174 - Donnell Washington, HM: Drew Hughes 184 - Max Lyon (Indiana Tie with Purdue), HM: Gleason Mappes 197 - Lucas Davison, HM: Thomas Penola 285 - Mason Parris
    2 points
  12. Y2CJ41

    Thoughts & Prayers

    Here is an article on Kadeo and not only his illness but his love of wrestling. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2021/04/14/cascade-high-school-wrestler-kadeo-lewis-dies-epstein-barr-hlh-disease/7185022002/
    2 points
  13. maligned

    Nick Lee OTT

    Yeah, he's got some work to do to be the overall GOAT still. Howe had 3 HS titles with only one HS loss, then had a college title, four NCAA top 3s, and was arguably 3rd or 4th best US freestyler for several years with lots of big international wins despite being behind Burroughs at his apex. Angel had 4 state titles, an NCAA title and other high NCAA finishes plus a world 5th place. If Nick wins another college crown and gets a world or olympic medal, he'll be in the conversation for overall GOAT. Olympic gold in 2024 would put him over the top for me for
    2 points
  14. Back to Mexico with that back pay @Mattyb
    2 points
  15. Just a terrible thing to happen. My heart goes out to the Lewis family. Words can’t express the sorrow that I feel. Our Thoughts and prayers are with this family. The Brewers
    2 points
  16. SIACfan

    Nick Lee OTT

    Nick had such an outstanding run through B1G's, Nationals & the OTT's. Taking 2nd to Eierman at B1G's then beating him at Nationals then beating Garret, Retherford & Diakomihalis with his only loss in the trials to the Champion Oliver. I signed up for the 7 day trial of Peacock & got to see all of it. Big thanks to Y2 for that tip.
    2 points
  17. Congratulations to Alec Freeman from Evansville Mater Dei for signing with Indiana. Projected to wrestle 133, 141. View full signing
    2 points
  18. Congratulations to Kysen Montgomery from Brownsburg for signing with Bellarmine. Projected to wrestle 133, 141. View full signing
    2 points
  19. Bellarmine has 3 more years that they cannot participate in the NCAA Championships. They have petitioned to get one year removed. If that happens and he redshirts, he will only miss 1 year.
    2 points
  20. If he comes back, I think he goes 49 and Bartlett goes 141. He’s proven he can beat yianni and he’s won a natty already. I think he moves up, I could be wrong though.
    1 point
  21. 125 - Hildebrandt 133 - Micic (still technically eligible so I'm taking him) 141 - N Lee (champ gets to pick his weight) 149 - C Red (Rooks if we're being picky about weights) 157 - B Lee 165 - Tucker (J Lee is close and admittedly I am probably grading him unfairly in comparison to his brother, but Tucker got a win at NCAAs and Joe didn't so that's my logic) 174 - Washington (Dude was super impressive this year, can't wait to see how far he can take it) 184 - I got nothing though I admittedly don't know anything about the DII or DIII levels (I'm thinking eit
    1 point
  22. I ran across this podcast (Wrestling Changed My Life) and it was a great listen. The guest on this episode was Nick Hardwick. Indiana State Wrestling Champion at Lawrence North, Big Ten Football player at Purdue, and a long career in the NFL with the Chargers. The interesting thing is that Nick did not play High School Football. Nick give alot of credit to his High School Coach Royce Deckard.
    1 point
  23. 125- Hildebrandt 133- Micic 141- CJ 149- Lee 157- Lee 165-Lee 174- DJ 184-Parkinson 197- Davidson 285- Parris
    1 point
  24. 125 Drew Hildebrandt 133 Conner Gimson 141 Nick Lee 149 Chad Red 157 Brayton Lee 165 Jake Tucker? 174 Donnell Washington 184? 197 Thomas Penola 285 Mason Parris
    1 point
  25. Wednesday RTC 6:30-8 door 21 We have had some great groups. Let’s come in a get after it. We have an awesome clinician coming in Wednesday. Cody LeCount Wrestled at Perry Meridian High School where his team won three high school state titles. 184-2 High School Career Record 2x IHSAA State Champ 1x IHSAA State Runner-Up 2012 Fargo freestyle National Runner up 2010 Schoolboy National Champ where he pinned Bo Nickal in the finals. Wrestled in college at NCAA Division 1 Central Michigan and Marian University Cody
    1 point
  26. Garrett Wrestling Club enter door 3 must have card runs Monday and Wednesdays 6-730 HOWEVER Wednesday the 14th of April we will have a FREE day of wrestling from these studs and possibly more from Trine. This should be a camp. If you miss out on this you're missing out!!! James Wimer 157 Findlay 2021 NCAA DII National Champ-2021 Super Region 3 Wrestler of the Year / GMAC Wrestler of the Year 2020 NCAA DII 6th 2x State Placer 3x Qualifier Zach Collins (125) 2021 NCAA DII National Qualifier 5th in OHSAA D1 Captain!
    1 point
  27. FCFIGHTER170

    Thoughts & Prayers

    R.i.p young man, my condolences to his family.
    1 point
  28. Thoughts and prayers to the Cascade Community, and to the Lewis Family. This young man lost his battle last night but the memories he made with many around him will be remembered forever. #KadeoStrong
    1 point
  29. I was watching a Save Stanford wrestling video and saw Suhas Chundi of Carmel speaking! I didn't know he was on their team. 125lbs, of course.
    1 point
  30. Nathan Peterson a former Floyd Central wrestler was a starter for them
    1 point
  31. Congratulations to Christian White from New Palestine for signing with Purdue. Projected to wrestle 133. View full signing
    1 point
  32. Congratulations to Tristian Vaughn from Harrison (WL) for signing with Trine. Projected to wrestle 125. View full signing
    1 point
  33. Congratulations to Sarah Huse from Lebanon for signing with Lourdes. Projected to wrestle 170. View full signing
    1 point
  34. Congratulations to Josh Howell from Terre Haute South for signing with Trine. Projected to wrestle 197, 285. View full signing
    1 point
  35. Y2CJ41

    IHPO 2021!

    September 11th and 12rh As of now location and format are still up in the air.
    1 point
  36. I thought this was a very thorough breakdown of the situation from Chael Sonnen's perspective. Stinks all the way around for the love of the sport but plenty of opportunity to learn and grow!
    1 point
  37. Congratulations to Hayden Filipovich from Indianapolis Lutheran for signing with Purdue. Projected to wrestle 197. View full signing
    1 point
  38. Imagine next year at 97 with Penola,Davison,Allred and that's just Indiana ties
    1 point
  39. 4/7 - Clinician Andrew Herrin - current JC Varsity assistant, two-time IHSAA state placer and four year letterman at Wabash College 4/14 - Clinician Christian Redmond - Current Speedway assistant coach, IHSAA State Placer, former wrestler at Wabash College 4/21 - Clinicians Sam Woolf and Alex Rivera - Current Bellarmine University wrestlers 4/28 - Clinician TBA Jennings County High School 800 West Walnut Street North Vernon, IN 47265 Use back entrance door "X" As always with it being an RTC, wrestlers are required to bring t
    1 point
  40. Congratulations to Jaden Reynolds from Avon for signing with Purdue. Projected to wrestle 149. View full signing
    1 point
  41. That's awesome, this kid in that room will be nasty!
    1 point
  42. Ben Davis would be crazy if they don't hire Quinn Harris as their head coach, young or not, he's wise and mature beyond his years and is a huge part of why BD has churned out studs and the culture is changing in that room.. I know for a fact he is dedicated as if he is already the HC! He's got his guys training in the off season and going to tough tournaments year round... we all know ppl aren't beating down the door for HC jobs in this sport so when you got a great young man like Quinn as devoted as he is, you better not let him slip away cuz I would vouch for any and every time.. He's tired
    1 point
  43. Disco

    Big tens next year

    That’s the BIG dance. not TEN’s Ten’s are always held at a member university site, unless their are circumstances that prevent it.
    1 point
  44. Ahawkeye

    Nick Lee

    Blake Maurer's carrier would have been an interesting topic. Who knows what could have come without the injury, he, Coughlin and their coaches are pumping out state champs though!
    1 point
  45. blueandgold

    Congrats CJ

    An absolute pleasure to watch. Dude has about as much grit and determination as anyone. Being a 4× All-American is no easy feat, especially in one of the toughest weight classes every year, yet he finds a way every time and always makes it look fun.
    1 point
  46. ReformedPoster

    Nick Lee

    Coughlin was a 1x AA at IU. For me, you start with all the D1 Champs and work your way down from there. The competition that they face every match is so much different that at the D2, D3 and NAIA levels. 1. Andrew Howe 2. Angel Escobedo 3. Nick Lee - Has a chance to move to #1 next year if he can repeat as National Champ. 4. Jason Tsirtsis 5. Kelvin Jackson
    1 point
  47. FCFIGHTER170

    Nick Lee

    There's two different jackson's Kevin and Kelvin Jackson, The one I'm referring to kelvin, is from Anderson and graduated from Michigan State where he won a NCAA title.
    1 point
  48. FCFIGHTER170

    Nick Lee

    Kelvin jackson D1 National champ, Coughlin 2xD1 AA, Riley Lefevre 4x D3 champ beating D1 NATIONAL champ myles Martin, Vega 3x D1 AA team champ with minnesota,Ben Wissel 2x D1 AA, Wagner HW 3X D1 AA, CHARLIE Pingleton NAIA NATIONAL CHAMP AA and 2x D2 AA, Andre Hernandez D1 AA,Jeff pease cadet & jr National champ and 6x Fargo all American, 2x D2 AA, Tony Vaughn 3rd place finish for PURDUE , Chad red 4x AA, Micic 3rd place NCAAs, Adam chalfant HW 6th place AA, Keith Davison 2x D1 AA,Eric douglas D1 AA, mark Whitehead D1 NATIONAL runner up D1,John Gunther 2x D1 AA, Bra
    1 point
  49. One thing that I noticed about Nick is he has never not gotten better. Every single year you can see the improvements and that is why he reached the top. He put in the WORK. I have now been beaten by 2 NCAA champions maybe that will help me sleep at night . Congrats to Nick and the Lee Family, this title is very well deserved by a total class act kid.
    1 point
  50. I just want to mention that De'Alcapon Veazy is a 3x Indy Nationals Champion, and he is Rokfin Rank #4 at 180lbs, 2019 Middle School National Duals 6-1, Central Regionals Champion and 4th Placer, 4th placer at Reno Worlds 2020
    1 point
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