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  1. 11 points
    At the Black Knight invite Indiana had 5 finalist, 4 champs, 7 placers Drew Hildebrandt 125 took 1st Nick Lee 141 took 1st Cael Mccormick 165 took 1st Jacob Covaciu 174 took 2nd Mason Paris HWT took 1st Ben Harvey 174 took 4th Brad Laughlin 174 took 5th
  2. 7 points
    Coach T

    Rage on the Stage South Style

    Next Friday November 22nd, Franklin Community will wrestle Jeffersonville on the stage in the auditorium. It will be a fun time loaded with light shows, fog, walkout songs and a camera above the mat the will show three huge screens as well as the live event. Screen one will be behind the mat on the stage taking up the entire backdrop while screens 2 and 3 will be on the side walls of the auditorium. Watch in surround view. And, its alumni night so all former Franklin Wrestlers are invited for special recognition. Following the meet there will be a reception for the alumni at The Willard, in downtown Franklin. Come see an exiting event. Festivities and wrestling start at 5:15 pm
  3. 6 points
    XCard

    Best to come up short

    This guy was not too bad either...might be a little bias. 3rd/2nd/SQ/4th
  4. 5 points
    Y2CJ41

    Article: Triples with TripleB

    Our newest weekly article is a quick hit look at the week ahead and a recap of the previous week. TripleB will give you three things you need to know, three events to watch for this week, and three questions with someone in wrestling. 3 Things You Need to Know 1. New Coaches look to make an impact 40 programs have new coaches at the helm this season, including 5 ranked teams. will it be business as usual or will there be a disruption in the force?? #7 1A Eastern(Greentown)- Zach Pence #2 1A Southridge- Kurt Collins #18 Franklin- Jim Tonte #17 Portage- Andrew Bradbury #5 Warren Central- Matt Krulik 2. Post Season Dynasties There’s dominant, then there’s #PainTrain dominant. Brownsburg is a phenomenal 16-0 at IHSWCA Dual Team State Championships and have won the last 4 in a row. Can the Bulldogs add a ring to their thumbs this year?? Brownsburg Coach Darrick Snyder, “At Brownsburg we take a lot of pride in our performance at dual state. We want to be the best team in the state. We put a huge emphasis on dual state because we know that shows the best team” Cathedral needed 4 leaf clovers and all the luck of the Irish last year as Jordan Slvika and Elliott Rodgers turned in monumental efforts to lock up individual state championships and help Cathedral rally for a 3rd consecutive big old Indiana plaque at Bankers Life. Will the luck of the Irish be on their side for a fourth consecutive title? Indianapolis Cathedral Coach Sean McGinley, “Look for the Irish to struggle a bit out of the gate. However, if we do our jobs and keep getting better each week, by tournament time we feel we will be one of the few teams that people are talking about with a chance to bring home a team state championship.” 3. How will the football runs impact early season matches? 7 of the top 10 preseason ranked teams are still alive as Indianapolis Cathedral, Evansville Mater Dei, Warren Central, Roncalli, Carmel, Merriville, and Hobart all played in regional games on Friday night. Will these ranked hammers stumble out of the gate as teams patiently wait for football players to wrap up, get healed, and get in wrestling shape? Look for the holiday tournaments before some of these teams are fully loaded. Merrillville, Carmel, Mount Vernon(Fortville), Hobart, and Adams Central will all be playing this week at semi-state. 3 Feature Matches 1. Opening dual of the season! The Battle for the Paddle; Madison at Southwestern Since the incarnation of the Battle, Madison has ran the tables winning all nine duals. What this match has lacked is over all dual excitement as forfeits on both sides have been an issue, but the scuttlebutt is that this year both teams will be bringing full line ups into the Dual and Southwestern is hoping to keep the paddles in Hanover! 2. Crown Point vs Portage Portage graduates 4 state qualifiers and new coach Andrew Bradbury jumps right into the frying pan in this Region kick off dual. Returning state qualifiers Ty Haskins and Damari Dancy will look to keep this dual close but on paper Crown Point appears to be too strong. Lead by returning state champ Jesse Mendez, with 5 freshman and 2 sophomores in starting lineup, the Bulldogs will look to rack up bonus team points early and often! 3. Capital City Classic Through the years Triple C is one of the toughest opening weekend tournaments with teams like Beech Grove, Perry, Warren, Bloomington North, Mishawaka, and North Central winning the very first one. Perry Meridian looks to be the front-runner for the 38th annual Capital City Classic.This years line up includes - Beech Grove, Franklin Central, Greenwood, Indian Creek, Jeffersonville, Perry Meridian, Plainfield, Westfield 3 Questions with Mike Reiser 1. What is your background in wrestling? I wrestled for Coach Jim Wadkins at Calumet High school. I graduated in 2001 and was a part of some successful teams. We were three-time team sectional champs, two-time regional champs, and two-time Lake Athletic Conference champs. Individually I was a two-time sectional champ and two-time semi state qualifier. 2. Why do rankings, it seem very stressful and thankless, what drives you to do rankings? There are times that the rankings can be stressful, but I learned early on that you can’t make everyone happy. I love doing the rankings both semi state and state. I think it is the best job in the state it has given me a lot of opportunities to broadcast and do the gorilla radio. 3. What do you do when you are not neck deep in wrestling? When I am not doing the rankings and going over results, I work my actual job which is a Project Manager for an Environmental Company. I also coach my 2 daughters in softball which is becoming a full time job also. View full article
  5. 5 points
    Kris Rumph takes second at the Luther open, beating Gavin Teasdale of Iowa in the semis. https://go-knights.net/documents/2019/11/16//2019LutherCollegeOpenFinalBrackets.pdf
  6. 3 points
    Y2CJ41

    Most wins in a Season

    The most with today's rules is 66 BEFORE the stat series 6 single duals 6 two-point events that are all two-day 10 match events It's not likely, but still possible. Add in 3 matches from sectional, 3 from regional, 4 from semi-state and state and you get 82. FYI, I didn't have to take my shoes off to count!
  7. 3 points
    Bigtoe19

    Best to come up short

    Here is one that everyone is overlooking. I have followed this Sport since my days watching Bryan Bailey Dominate at our HS of Martinsville. This wrestler was over looked cause of the Highly successful guys in his years. Win you finish under the Lights with guys like Tsirtsis, Escobedo, Maurer, Coughlin, Humphrey, Elkins you are a very talented wrestler. Not to come out as the top guy on that Podium says a lot about Indiana Wrestling. The HS Carrer that CHARLIE PINGLETON has was great and should be considered a Top 5 to come up short. Great Family and away of him back in those days. BT19
  8. 3 points
    FCFIGHTER170

    Best to come up short

    NIck Hobbs of Beech Grove was a bad dude that also had epic finals match vs Mauer..
  9. 3 points
    leggin89

    Jacob Moran

    He is at the OTC and is competing under the Elite Athlete Program. He is still planning on heading to IU next year as they are sponsoring him at the OTC.
  10. 2 points
    thebandit

    Team Rankings: 3A Dual Preseason

    I'm sorry, but the dawgs and the little leprechauns will stand no chance to the mean, cold, despicable, and cute wildcats from EVANSVILLE MATER DEI. MD> The entire state of Indiana. BRING IT ON. PREPARE FOR INEVITABLE DOOM.
  11. 2 points
    Three questions for Triple B: 1. Is there anyone better at advancing rhetorical questions in an article than Triple B? (Technically, this may not count as a question, because of its rhetorical nature). 2. Who do you think are questioning ontherise? The temerity! The unmitigated gall. 3. Where have you been? I thought you retired!
  12. 2 points
    Cp is loaded across the board. Hobart is loaded up top that should be a great dual.
  13. 2 points
    V and M's Dad

    New Castle Semi-State Preseason

    Are you in the know as to why the changes have taken place? If not you probably should not speak on it. If so you are just a scum bag. Hopefully for your sake it is the former rather than the latter!!
  14. 2 points
    SWINfan

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Findlay Open - wrestled to 6th Place @133 Chase Wilkerson (UIndy) finished 2-2 and DNP @141 Matt McKinney (UIndy) went 1-2 and DNP @141 Breyden Bailey (UIndy) went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place. He lost 5-3 to Jordan Crace (Michigan State unattached) in the final. Crace beat Asa Garcia 3-2 last weekend. @157 Blaze Lowery (UIndy) went 3-2 and DNP @157 Jordan Slivka (Ohio U) went 4-1 and finished in 2nd Place. He lost 5-4 to Bryan Lavearn (Tiffin) in the jorge final. @165 Jack Eitleljorge (UIndy) went 3-0 and finished 1st/2nd @165 Dawson Combest (UIndy) went 3-0 and finished 1st/2nd - My guess is that since both finalists were from the same school they didn't wrestle the match? @165 Nathan Conley (UIndy) went 0-2 and DNP @165 Hunter Reed (Findlay) went 1-2 and DNP @174 Derek Blubaugh (UIndy) went 2-2 and DNP @197 Griffin Stine (UIndy) went 1-2 and DNP @285 Jack Williams (UIndy) went 0-2 and DNP My apologies if I missed anyone!
  15. 2 points
    I feel like the top schools have tougher schedules nowadays. Many schools are traveling out of state, so we do not have as many undefeated champions. Because they have a loss, it does not mean they arent as good. IMO
  16. 2 points
    Drbakerdc

    Rankings out deepest weight ?

    Looks like 132. Some of those will be going up and down to make 126 and 138 that much stronger too.
  17. 2 points
    piscis1956

    Rage on the Stage South Style

    Sincerest form of flattery!
  18. 2 points
    Dual Schedule Date/Time Event Nov 18 06:00 pm Madison at Southwestern (Hanover) Nov 19 06:30 pm Franklin Central at Fishers Nov 20 07:00 am Hammond Clark at Highland Nov 20 07:30 am Hobart at Munster Nov 20 05:30 pm Mount Vernon (Fortville) at Decatur Central Nov 20 06:00 pm Cascade at South Putnam Nov 20 06:30 pm Prairie Heights at Columbia City Nov 20 06:30 pm Indian Creek at Martinsville Nov 21 05:30 pm Providence Cristo Rey at Indianapolis George Washington Nov 21 06:00 pm Greencastle at Crawfordsville Nov 21 06:00 pm East Chicago Central at River Forest Nov 21 06:00 pm Rossville at Caston Nov 21 06:30 pm Wabash at Peru Nov 21 07:30 pm Oak Hill at Huntington North Nov 22 06:00 pm Jeffersonville at Franklin Community Nov 22 07:30 pm Crown Point at Portage Multi-Dual Schedule Date/Time Event Teams Nov 22 06:00 pm Triple Dual at Switzerland County at Switzerland County Teams: Greensburg Madison Salem Switzerland County Nov 23 08:00 am Taylor Invite at Taylor Teams: Carroll (Flora) Frontier Lafayette Jefferson Madison-Grant Marion North Miami Taylor Nov 23 08:00 am CMA Early Bird Duals at Culver Academies Teams: Concord Culver Academies Knox Plymouth Rochester South Bend Adams Nov 23 08:30 am Elwood Invitational at Elwood Teams: Alexandria Delta Elwood Frankton Greenfield-Central Lapel McCutcheon Shenandoah South Dearborn Tri Union County Nov 23 09:00 am Lawrence Township Wrestlemania at Lawrence North Teams: Connersville Hagerstown Lawrence Central Lawrence North Mount Vernon (Fortville) Pike Nov 23 09:00 am Parke Heritage Invitational at Parke Heritage Teams: North Montgomery North Vermillion Parke Heritage South Vermillion Western Boone Nov 23 09:00 am Dave Kiley Duals at Cloverdale Teams: Cloverdale Indianapolis Cathedral Indianapolis Crispus Attucks Indianapolis Emmerich Manual Sheridan South Putnam Nov 23 09:00 am Bronco Super Duals at Daleville Teams: Blackford Daleville Northeastern Union City Wapahani Nov 23 09:00 am Hamilton Heights Super Six at Hamilton Heights Teams: Cascade Hamilton Heights Noblesville North Central Pendleton Heights Tipton Nov 23 09:00 am Mooresville Invite at Mooresville Teams: Indian Creek Mooresville Nov 23 09:00 am Bedford Duals at Bedford North Lawrence Teams: Bedford North Lawrence Bloomington North Forest Park Madison New Albany North Harrison Nov 23 09:00 am Bluffton Invitational at Bluffton Teams: Bluffton Central Noble Fort Wayne Concordia Fremont Leo Wes-Del Nov 23 09:00 am Warsaw Invitational at Warsaw Teams: Calumet Elkhart Memorial Warsaw Nov 23 09:00 am Double Dual at Scottsburg at Scottsburg Teams: Brown County Scottsburg Southwestern (Hanover) Nov 23 09:30 am South Bend Clay Super Dual at South Bend Clay Teams: Culver Community South Bend Clay Westview Nov 23 10:00 am Lake Station Duals at Lake Station Edison Teams: Andrean Boone Grove Hammond Hammond Morton Lake Station Edison North Newton South Bend Washington Whiting Nov 23 10:00 am Boonville Invitational at Boonville Teams: Boonville Crawford County Evansville Harrison Mitchell New Washington Owen Valley Tournament Schedule Date/Time Event Teams Nov 23 09:00 am John Hurrle at Indianapolis Arsenal Tech Teams: Eastern Hancock Fishers Hamilton Southeastern Indianapolis Arsenal Tech Kokomo Lebanon Monrovia Purdue Polytechnic Richmond Southport Warren Central Nov 23 09:00 am Capital City Classic at Beech Grove Teams: Beech Grove Franklin Central Greenwood Indian Creek Jeffersonville Perry Meridian Plainfield Westfield
  19. 2 points
    Congratulations to Hunter Cottingham from Western for signing with Indianapolis. He is projected to wrestle 141. View full signing
  20. 2 points
    Hayden Lohrey (Purdue) also had a great day and took 1st at 165 in the amateur division. He defeated the 2nd, 3rd and 4th place finishers and didn’t give up a takedown all tournament. One Match of note was defeating Nathan Conley (UIndy)7-2 in round 2.
  21. 2 points
    Platteville Wis.- University of Wisconsin-Plattville sophomore Alexander Strueder (Fisher, Indiana) scored a takedown in sudden victory to win the 157 pound championship in the annual Super 8 Invitaional in the Pioneers’ Williams Fieldhouse. With the score tied 3-3 late in the third period, Strueder needed a take down due to the point for riding time that Jessy Diaz of the University of Dubuque would have been rewarded. Stueder got the take down and what was thought to be for the championship as time ran out. The officials got together and determined that Strueder let go of Diaz with one second on the clock and rewarded Diaz with a point for escaping and the extra point for riding time to force sudden victory period. Starting in neutral position, Stueder made short work as the aggresser in the sudden victory period recording the takedown 10 seconds into the period to officaly be crowned the champion. “Coach (Mike) DeRoehn always preaches to fight your butt off, how hard can you fight. I gave up a takedown early, but came back and got the takedown with a second left, going in to overtime I knew I was prepared, we been working our butts off in the (wrestling) room,” Strueder said. “I knew I had an opportunity to go out there and make a statement and not leave it in the hands of the officials and take the match in my hands. I went back to what was working for me, my double underhooks, and took him down and that was the match.” “Mindset was the difference maker for Strueder today. Throughout the tournament, he did a great job of listening to the coaches and then executed some crucial in-match technical adjustments,” DeRoehn said. “It was outstanding to see him keep his composure under pressure in the championship match and we’re really proud of his fight out there today.” The Pioneers return to the mat Nov. 20 at UW-Whitewater. Written by: Jason Piddington, Public Relations Writer-Athletics, Communications, 608-342-7645, piddingj@uwplatt.edu Photo taken by: Andy McNeill, Campus Photographer, Communications View full article
  22. 2 points
    SWINfan

    Best to come up short

    The three that immediately came to mind to me (all previously mentioned): Craig Macke - Mater Dei Brandon James - Perry Meridian Ty Mills - Brownsburg A lot more good names mentioned so far.....
  23. 1 point
    If you want to pick up a hammer high school wrestler go to Dagestan
  24. 1 point
    Sig40

    Is Indiana's wrestling talent decreasing?

    My thoughts exactly. Most of the top programs leave the state at least once for a tournament. Last year Cernus, Moran, Garcia, and Rooks would have been undefeated as well if they would have stayed in state. I believe the losses they took were from national ranked wrestlers.
  25. 1 point
    Come on, The Coach was only helping a foreign student get an Good Education!! (Bluechips) *Only problem is that Southport is a Public School. Totally fine if a Private School!!!
  26. 1 point
    Does the IHSAA share offices with the NCAA? Sounds like their logic. Why not suspend the player and coach (and other guilty parties) for the year and leave the presumed innocent out of it?
  27. 1 point
    TripleB

    Article: Triples with TripleB

    After spending the last 3 years touring Southern Indiana in my Optima as a Special Education Coordinator and keeping the family on lock down while Mrs 3B was deployed to Kuwait I’ve settled down w a nice job in MadTown. With the change in schedule I’m able to get back to my passion of supporting and bringing attention to The Dirty South and Indiana Wrestling!
  28. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Triples with TripleB

    Our newest weekly article is a quick hit look at the week ahead and a recap of the previous week. TripleB will give you three things you need to know, three events to watch for this week, and three questions with someone in wrestling. 3 Things You Need to Know 1. New Coaches look to make an impact 40 programs have new coaches at the helm this season, including 5 ranked teams. will it be business as usual or will there be a disruption in the force?? #7 1A Eastern(Greentown)- Zach Pence #2 1A Southridge- Kurt Collins #18 Franklin- Jim Tonte #17 Portage- Andrew Bradbury #5 Warren Central- Matt Krulik 2. Post Season Dynasties There’s dominant, then there’s #PainTrain dominant. Brownsburg is a phenomenal 16-0 at IHSWCA Dual Team State Championships and have won the last 4 in a row. Can the Bulldogs add a ring to their thumbs this year?? Brownsburg Coach Darrick Snyder, “At Brownsburg we take a lot of pride in our performance at dual state. We want to be the best team in the state. We put a huge emphasis on dual state because we know that shows the best team” Cathedral needed 4 leaf clovers and all the luck of the Irish last year as Jordan Slvika and Elliott Rodgers turned in monumental efforts to lock up individual state championships and help Cathedral rally for a 3rd consecutive big old Indiana plaque at Bankers Life. Will the luck of the Irish be on their side for a fourth consecutive title? Indianapolis Cathedral Coach Sean McGinley, “Look for the Irish to struggle a bit out of the gate. However, if we do our jobs and keep getting better each week, by tournament time we feel we will be one of the few teams that people are talking about with a chance to bring home a team state championship.” 3. How will the football runs impact early season matches? 7 of the top 10 preseason ranked teams are still alive as Indianapolis Cathedral, Evansville Mater Dei, Warren Central, Roncalli, Carmel, Merriville, and Hobart all played in regional games on Friday night. Will these ranked hammers stumble out of the gate as teams patiently wait for football players to wrap up, get healed, and get in wrestling shape? Look for the holiday tournaments before some of these teams are fully loaded. Merrillville, Carmel, Mount Vernon(Fortville), Hobart, and Adams Central will all be playing this week at semi-state. 3 Feature Matches 1. Opening dual of the season! The Battle for the Paddle; Madison at Southwestern Since the incarnation of the Battle, Madison has ran the tables winning all nine duals. What this match has lacked is over all dual excitement as forfeits on both sides have been an issue, but the scuttlebutt is that this year both teams will be bringing full line ups into the Dual and Southwestern is hoping to keep the paddles in Hanover! 2. Crown Point vs Portage Portage graduates 4 state qualifiers and new coach Andrew Bradbury jumps right into the frying pan in this Region kick off dual. Returning state qualifiers Ty Haskins and Damari Dancy will look to keep this dual close but on paper Crown Point appears to be too strong. Lead by returning state champ Jesse Mendez, with 5 freshman and 2 sophomores in starting lineup, the Bulldogs will look to rack up bonus team points early and often! 3. Capital City Classic Through the years Triple C is one of the toughest opening weekend tournaments with teams like Beech Grove, Perry, Warren, Bloomington North, Mishawaka, and North Central winning the very first one. Perry Meridian looks to be the front-runner for the 38th annual Capital City Classic.This years line up includes - Beech Grove, Franklin Central, Greenwood, Indian Creek, Jeffersonville, Perry Meridian, Plainfield, Westfield 3 Questions with Mike Reiser 1. What is your background in wrestling? I wrestled for Coach Jim Wadkins at Calumet High school. I graduated in 2001 and was a part of some successful teams. We were three-time team sectional champs, two-time regional champs, and two-time Lake Athletic Conference champs. Individually I was a two-time sectional champ and two-time semi state qualifier. 2. Why do rankings, it seem very stressful and thankless, what drives you to do rankings? There are times that the rankings can be stressful, but I learned early on that you can’t make everyone happy. I love doing the rankings both semi state and state. I think it is the best job in the state it has given me a lot of opportunities to broadcast and do the gorilla radio. 3. What do you do when you are not neck deep in wrestling? When I am not doing the rankings and going over results, I work my actual job which is a Project Manager for an Environmental Company. I also coach my 2 daughters in softball which is becoming a full time job also.
  29. 1 point
    Here they are Direct all praise to @ontherise219
  30. 1 point
    It’s hard to refute how good Brownsburg is. With the incredible work ethic and conditioning Coach Snyder infuses into the program and all the upper class leadership, it’s no wonder they don’t win an IHSAA title every single year. It is also really good to see programs like Mishawaka creep back into the Top20. When a high quality coach leaves town, it typically takes decades to replace. Glad to see the Cavemen competitive again.
  31. 1 point
  32. 1 point
    56 Wrestlers if I understood the preview correctly. That's a big room! A lot of guys ultimately competing for 10 spots. Lots of IN kids on the roster. Let's hope they have a great season!
  33. 1 point
    Pug

    Most wins in a Season

    Maybe you should have...that adds up to 80. 66 + 3= 69 + 3= 72 + 4 = 76 + 4 = 80
  34. 1 point
    FCFIGHTER170

    Best to come up short

    How in the hell did I forget him? That Elkins finals match was unreal! And he ws a national champion in college as well and fought that sickening C word like no other..R.I.P to Charlie dude ws an absolute animal..I'll never forget how he'd be take ppl down cut them run bk to the center and make his victims walk bk to the center because he KNEW the rules are enforced to make you always force the action bk to the center and he would let them walk bk into blast doubles and Hi-Cs if he chose not to pin em.. Another 2x runner up that had state champion pedigree like no other!
  35. 1 point
    TeamGarcia

    Most wins in a Season

    Sounds about right
  36. 1 point
    navy80

    Most wins in a Season

    Those were the days when a wrestler could get 60 matches! what is the most matches a wrestler could get with today’s rules? 47?
  37. 1 point
    https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/November/14/NWCA-Div-III-Rankings-2
  38. 1 point
    Direct all love for these great rankings to @TripleB
  39. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Most wins in a Season

    https://indianamat.com/index.php?/history/careerwins.html/
  40. 1 point
    I assume you are referring to Cathedral’s 100% graduation rate and 99% college placement rate? If so, you’d be spot on. How are the graduation rates and college placement at your schools? If you want to improve your kid’s chances to prepare for or get into college, send them our way. The $15k tuition is quite a sacrifice, but they’ll be part of an amazing campus culture and most likely be a part of a winning extracurricular. The Cathedral Open House is tonight! Come check it out for yourself from 7-9pm. No invitation required. The Wrestling Center will be open with the rest of our facilities. Come one, come all!
  41. 1 point
    wchew20

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Maryville/Kaufman Brand Open Hayden Lohrey (Purdue) took 1st at 165 in the amateur division. He defeated the 2nd, 3rd and 4th place finishers and didn’t give up a takedown all tournament. One Match of local note: defeated Nathan Conley (UIndy)7-2 in round 2.
  42. 1 point
    Congrats to all that signed today . Indiana University announcement is huge news with Santos Cantu today . Stole one from them Buckeyes ! Early ones I seen 125- Brayden Littell signed with Ohio
  43. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Evansville Semi-State Preseason Rankings

    According to @TripleB, Mater Dei applied for a two entry waiver and was granted it.
  44. 1 point
    raven150

    Best to come up short

    Alan Grammer (Evansville Reitz) career record at SIUE was 119-17-1. He beat John Smith (Oklahoma State) during their college years. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjd8aNm3Atw http://nwhof.org/NCAA-Brackets/PDF/NCAA 1985.pdf http://nwhof.org/NCAA-Brackets/PDF/NCAA 1986.pdf SIUE's NCAA Division I All-American: Alan Grammer 1985 – 134 pounds (3rd), 1986 – 134 pounds (5th) SIUE's NCAA Division II All-American: Alan Grammer 1984 – 134 (3rd), 1985 – 134 (1st), 1986 – 126 (1st)
  45. 1 point
    Sig40

    Top Middle School Wrestlers 2019/2020

    Willie Saylor has new middle school rankings on Rokfin. He as Ison at 66 and Mills at 101. Mainly all 8th graders, so I am sure we will get a bunch more ranked next year.
  46. 1 point
    I second that! You guys made a long drive back from Cleveland, after a tough day, enjoyable. And.. the production just keep getting better. Very impressive. Thanks for doing these fellas!
  47. 1 point
    navy80

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Ohio Open Carson Brewer's place is unknown and has scored 0.5 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Carson Brewer (Ohio University) received a bye () (Bye) Quarterfinal - Tony Vezzetti (Notre Dame ) won by decision over Carson Brewer (Ohio University) (Dec 7-4) Cons. Round 2 - Carson Brewer (Ohio University) won by decision over Zane Lanham (West Liberty) (Dec 3-1) Cons. Semi - Antonio Stewart (Reinhardt University (GA)) won in sudden victory - 1 over Carson Brewer (Ohio University) (SV-1 7-5) Gold Division 133 Cayden Rooks's place is 2nd and has scored 13.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Bray (Notre Dame ) (Dec 5-2) Quarterfinal - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won by decision over Richie Gomez (Edinboro) (Dec 8-5) Semifinal - Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) won in sudden victory - 1 over Eric Bartos (Mercyhurst University) (SV-1 9-7) 1st Place Match - Justin Patrick (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Cayden Rooks (Indiana University) (Dec 3-2) Gold Division 141 Asa Garcia's place is unknown and has scored 5.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) won by fall over Alexis Soriano (Mercyhurst University) (Fall 3:48) Champ. Round 2 - Evan Cheek (Cleveland State University) won by tech fall over Asa Garcia (Indiana University) (TF 19-3) Cons. Round 2 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) received a bye () (Bye) Cons. Round 3 - Asa Garcia (Indiana University) won by major decision over Trent Leon (Reinhardt University (GA)) (Maj 13-5) Cons. Round 4 - Gabriel Tagg (North Carolina) won by fall over Asa Garcia (Indiana University) (Fall 4:38) Gold Division 165 Nick South's place is 2nd and has scored 20.5 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Nick South (Indiana University) won by major decision over Cole Tenety (Reinhardt University (GA)) (Maj 9-1) Champ. Round 2 - Nick South (Indiana University) won by tech fall over Dominic Jacocks (Notre Dame ) (TF 15-0) Quarterfinal - Nick South (Indiana University) won by injury default over Noah Grover (Buffalo) (Inj. 8:48) Semifinal - Nick South (Indiana University) won by decision over Cade Hepner (Ohio State) (Dec 3-2) 1st Place Match - Carson Kharchla (Ohio State) won by decision over Nick South (Indiana University) (Dec 7-4) Donnell Washington's place is 2nd and has scored 15.0 team points. Champ. Round 1 - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by major decision over Fritz Schierl (Ohio State) (Maj 18-9) Quarterfinal - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by major decision over Anthony Marra (Notre Dame ) (Maj 14-4) Semifinal - Donnell Washington (Indiana University) won by decision over Chase Archangelo (Cleveland State University) (Dec 8-5) 1st Place Match - Rocky Jordan (Ohio State) won by decision over Donnell Washington (Indiana University) (Dec 4-3) Gold Division 197 Nick Willham's place is 5th and has scored 7.0 team points. Quarterfinal - Nick Willham (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Harnish (Mercyhurst University) (Dec 4-2) Semifinal - Benny Smith (Cleveland State University) won by decision over Nick Willham (Indiana University) (Dec 5-3) Cons. Semi - Nicholas Mason (Tiffin) won by decision over Nick Willham (Indiana University) (Dec 3-2) 5th Place Match - Nick Willham (Indiana University) won by decision over Hunter Harnish (Mercyhurst University) (Dec 5-3)
  48. 1 point
    Congratulations to Drake Campbell from Brownsburg for signing with Mount Olive. He is projected to wrestle 141. View full signing
  49. 1 point
    Jstephenson1356

    Best to come up short

    Chandler Carroll was a great one. 3rd, 5th, 4th, 5th. If I remember correctly his state losses were B. Campbell, Ayersman, forte+ ot match to hupp, then OT to Schurg as a senior.
  50. 0 points
    Wood memorial event doesn't exist anymore. They aren't wrestling this year.
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