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  1. 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.
  2. 3 points
    I think they are still getting things figured out with redshirts and the weights. He won his initial wrestle-off at 141, but another kid who has been 149 may be dropping to 141 and Ty lost that match at a 146 catch-weight. He's a tiny 141 and would probably drop to 133 if the coaches thought that was in the team's best interest, but I know they are trying to bulk him up. He wants to be in the starting lineup and we'll just have to compare the results over the next several tournaments and see what shakes out before our dual season starts. Either way, just glad he's back on the mat and ready to take his lumps (and give some!) while he adjusts to the college style.
  3. 3 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.....
  4. 2 points
    XCard

    Best to come up short

    This guy was not too bad either...might be a little bias. 3rd/2nd/SQ/4th
  5. 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 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 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 09:00 am Lawrence Township Wrestlemania at Lawrence North Teams: Connersville Hagerstown 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 Lawrence Central Noblesville North Central Pendleton Heights Tipton Nov 23 09:00 am Wood Memorial Duals at Wood Memorial Teams: Evansville Bosse Madison North Knox Pike Central Wood Memorial Nov 23 09:00 am Elwood Invitational at Elwood Teams: Alexandria Elwood Frankton Greenfield-Central McCutcheon Shenandoah Tri Union County 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 New Albany North Harrison Nov 23 09:00 am Bluffton Invitational at Bluffton Teams: Bluffton Central Noble Fremont Leo Wes-Del Nov 23 09:00 am Warsaw Invitational at Warsaw Teams: 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 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 Hamilton Southeastern Indianapolis Arsenal Tech Kokomo Lebanon Monrovia Purdue Polytechnic 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
  6. 2 points
    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!
  7. 2 points
    nkraus

    How Many Wrestlers?

    We went from 51 down to 50. I'm surprised some of them stuck around. Our feeder league has 70-90 per year for k-8, but then during middle school season another 20 will come out. Our last couple freshman classes have been 12-15. On our current team we have 10 seniors, 10 juniors, 15 sophomores, and 15 freshman. The kid we had quit was a freshman.
  8. 2 points
    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)
  9. 2 points
  10. 2 points
    CoachM

    2019 Head Coaching Changes

    McCutcheon - Chuck Wallace stepped down - Adam Metzger is the new head coach
  11. 2 points
    Jdhomes

    How Many Wrestlers?

    Wheeler high school is currently at 32, I have a few that are not allowed to practice until physical are turn in. I believe my real number is at 26-28. I will know in a few weeks but I’m usually good on keeping everyone who steps on my mats. This is actually the highest numbers we had. Full line up, With a 14 that I had for a least 2-3 years so I have a nice core. Wheeler only having 531 kids enrolled , and only on our 7th year of having this program. And we are finalizing our plans for our new wrestling room. Things are moving forward in the right direction.
  12. 2 points
    patriotfan

    How Many Wrestlers?

    40+ in the room at the moment, looking at 70+ once once football is back in the room, goal every year is 100
  13. 2 points
    Blane Culp

    How Many Wrestlers?

    22 yesterday on day 1, a few physicals turned in, a negative X-ray from gym class(badminton) we ended up with 26 today and another 1 on IR. These are my lowest #s since I started. However saying that I have 1 beginner. And I'd say 23 or so I wouldn't hesitate to put in a varsity lineup if I had to. My last few seasons had been right under 40. Ironically, my 2 lowest # seasons have been the years CC has been invited to the team state. Kids I lost- 1 sr because he believes he would be jv, another to IR (needs Tommy Johns surgery and not a ball player). 6 Jr's and 4 of them were suspended a year ago for either grades or school rules. 4 sophs including an ISWA State champ, a returning regional Qual, varsity rb, and a bowler. Any tips on how to keep those guys, particularly the sophs?
  14. 2 points
    The state got shutout at the Battle of the Citadel... @141 Ty Mills, Duke draws 2x NCAA Qualifier and NCAA All-American, #15 Sa'Darien Perry as his first collegiate match and loses 0-6. Then gets majored his next match for the official dip. Almost 18 months since he last competed, so happy to see him back on the mat. @149 Bryton Goering, Presbyterian loses his first match and is winning his consolation match, but gets caught. Oh well... tough day, but getting better and Duke will be at the Mountaineer Invite next week.
  15. 1 point
    Direct all love for these great rankings to @TripleB
  16. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Evansville Semi-State Preseason Rankings

    According to @TripleB, Mater Dei applied for a two entry waiver and was granted it.
  17. 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)
  18. 1 point
    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
  19. 1 point
    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
  20. 1 point
    davecloud

    Veterans Day--Show your support

    To the Indiana Wrestling Community: Tomorrow, November 11, is Veterans Day. Let's show our support for our US military veterans who have done so much for our country. Take a picture of your team showing support and post it here and on your social media accounts. We owe everything to our veterans, including our very existence as a country. Our veterans have sacrificed to preserve our freedom since the start of this country and so many have paid the ultimate price for us. Happy Veterans Day. Dave Cloud Arabian Wrestling
  21. 1 point
    https://www.facebook.com/1708695314/posts/10206481583394216?d=n&sfns=mo
  22. 1 point
    Cosgrove

    IU vs Purdue

    BOILER UP!!!
  23. 1 point
    Congratulations to Drake Campbell from Brownsburg for signing with Mount Olive. He is projected to wrestle 141. View full signing
  24. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Best to come up short

    If....we had a website for that kind of stuff
  25. 1 point
    ExCoach123

    Great Read!

    https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Wrestling/Features/2019/November/07/Growth-Spurts Sent from my iPhone
  26. 1 point
    BrennanFan

    Best to come up short

    Alfred DeBusk
  27. 1 point
    nkraus

    How Many Wrestlers?

    Great job Coach!
  28. 1 point
    MattM

    Best to come up short

  29. 1 point
    Y21AB

    Best to come up short

    If we are talking about the best to ever come up SHORT we gotta include... Jarred Brooks, Danny Hamm, Mason Todd, DJ Smith, Cody Phillips, Colton Cummings, Hayden Lee, Kris McKinley and of course Nick Wiesjahn.
  30. 1 point
    Y2CJ41

    Watching Big Ten Wrestling on BTN+

    If you have a FloPro account you can get all those matches with your account.
  31. 1 point
    SWINfan

    Watching Big Ten Wrestling on BTN+

    As wrestling season picks up, I thought I would share with you what most likely already know. Most Big Ten wrestling matches can be streamed live or later on BTN+, which used to be BTN2Go. If a match is on the Big Ten Network, it can be streamed via the FoxSportsGO app. But those that are not on the TV network can be seen on BTN+ with a subscription. The monthly pass for all schools is $14.95 (individual schools at $9.95, I believe). Wrestling on BTN+ kicks off Friday night with Michigan hosting North Carolina. The Big Ten Tournament ends on March 8th so 4 months will get you all of the matches below (through January - February/March will be added later). Here are most of the matches thru Jan 31 that include kids from IN High Schools... Date Day Team Opponent Time CST 8-Nov Fri Michigan North Carolina 6:00 10-Nov Sun Penn State Navy 1:00 10-Nov Sun Ohio State Stanford 6:00 15-Nov Fri Minnesota Rider 7:00 17-Nov Sun Ohio State VA Tech 1:00 17-Nov Sun Northwestern Northern Iowa 5:00 22-Nov Fri Indiana North Dakota State 6:00 22-Nov Fri Nebraska Wyoming 7:00 24-Nov Sun Purdue Indianapolis 9:00 24-Nov Sun Purdue Clarion 10:30 24-Nov Sun Purdue Northern Illinois Noon 24-Nov Sun Northwestern North Dakota State 2:00 1-Dec Sun Ohio State Cornell 1:00 8-Dec Sun Penn State Penn 1:00 20-Dec Fri Nebraska Oregon State 7:00 5-Jan Sun Michigan Oregon State 3:00 6-Jan Mon Ohio State Arizona State 6:00 10-Jan Fri Ohio State Rutgers 6:00 10-Jan Fri Indiana Iowa 6:00 10-Jan Fri Penn State Illinois 6:00 10-Jan Fri Purdue Northwestern 7:00 10-Jan Fri Nebraska Wisconsin 8:00 12-Jan Sun Indiana Illinois 1:00 12-Jan Sun Penn State Northwestern 1:00 12-Jan Sun Nebraska Wisconsin 2:00 12-Jan Sun Purdue Iowa 6:30 17-Jan Fri Michigan Maryland 6:00 17-Jan Fri Ohio State Wisconsin 8:00 18-Jan Sat Indiana Northwestern 1:30 18-Jan Sat Nebraska Iowa 8:00 19-Jan Sun Ohio State Illinois Noon 19-Jan Sun Michigan Minnesota 1:00 19-Jan Sun Michigan State Maryland 2:00 19-Jan Sun Penn State Rutgers 4:00 20-Jan Mon Indiana Purdue 6:00 24-Jan Fri Purdue Maryland 6:00 24-Jan Fri Penn State Nebraska 6:00 24-Jan Fri Indiana Rutgers 6:00 24-Jan Fri Michigan Northwestern 7:00 24-Jan Fri Ohio State Iowa 8:00 26-Jan Sun Purdue Rutgers Noon 26-Jan Sun Michigan Illinois 1:00 26-Jan Sun Indiana Maryland 2:00 26-Jan Sun Nebraska Michigan State 2:00 26-Jan Sun Minnesota Ohio State 7:30 31-Jan Fri Ohio State Maryland 6:00 31-Jan Fri Purdue Minnesota 6:00 31-Jan Fri Indiana Wisconsin 6:00 31-Jan Fri Michigan State Illinois 7:00 31-Jan Fri Penn State Iowa 8:00
  32. 1 point
    Minor

    Westfield 8

    Dual
  33. 1 point
    wrastling

    New Castle Semi-State Preseason

    Koontz transferred from Edgewood to Bloomington South before the new school year started. He has now transferred to Perry and will compete there this season.
  34. 1 point
    AJ

    How Many Wrestlers?

    We started with 25 on Monday... grade and physical checks are today, so we shall see... I am excited for the 10 freshmen that we have!!!
  35. 1 point
    Nice job
  36. 1 point
    coachaking

    How Many Wrestlers?

    We have 27 on day one. Much like Blane, a few kids need this or that paper work wise but looks like right around 30. We had 35 at a call out meeting and seemed promising, but kids wanting/needing jobs, focus on grades the usual reasons, legit or not. Good sized freshman class with 12 guys there. Our program seems to be growing every year. 3 years ago when I moved from jr high to high school we had 12 guys finish the season, back then i thought if we had 5 per class we would be doing pretty good. Middle school numbers are rising up around 45ish 6th, 7th, 8th graders. Last night was our first youth camp night and had 60 kids from k-6. So we are excited about the momentum!
  37. 1 point
    tskin

    How Many Wrestlers?

    Current Roster at 34. Lost three kids from last years team. One was a senior. Another injured himself and then after playing football this year decided basketball was the route he was going to take, pretty good wrestler also could of made a run in the tourney. The final decided he was going to focus on running sports Finished the season last year with 20 on roster so we have alot of new faces, including some new football players with no wrestling experience giving it a whirl. It ebbs and flows from year to year. I have had classes were kids no matter what you did just weren't involved in sports. Last couple of classes have had lots of competitive kids and we have seen our numbers rise. Madison hovers around low 800's in enrollment. So 30+ kids for us is a good turnout. When I was in school here back in the 90's and our enrollment was over 1000 we still only had 20-30 kids in the program. Goal is to try to reach that 40 kid mark this season. It also helps when the coaches son is starting his freshman year and he can talk his football teammates into coming out.
  38. 1 point
    aminor9502

    Westfield 8

    Participating Teams: Ben DavisCarmelCarroll(Fort Wayne)Crown PointFishersHomesteadLawrence CentralMount Vernon (Fortville)NoblesvilleNorthviewPrincetonShenandoahWestfieldWhitelandYorktownZionsville
  39. 1 point
    Jack Jones

    Best to come up short

    Beast
  40. 1 point
    AJ

    Best to come up short

    Jeff Pease,Muncie Southside, needs to be mentioned.... National1989 275lbs Junior Freestyle Nationals 1st1989 275lbs Junior Greco Nationals 1st1988 242lbs Cadet Freestyle Nationals 1st1988 242lbs Cadet Greco Nationals 1st1987 242lbs Cadet Freestyle Nationals 5th1987 242lbs Cadet Greco Nationals 1stCollege1996 275lbs NCAA DII 7th for Central Oklahoma1995 275lbs NCAA DII 2nd for Central Oklahoma Placed 3rd his senior year on a fractured leg......
  41. 1 point
    Congratulations to Riley Bettich from Crown Point for signing with Olivet. He is projected to wrestle 125. View full signing
  42. 1 point
    SWINfan

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    Sunday Nov 3 Clarion Open @165 Joe Lee wins 4 straight and wins the title. He had a Fall, Dec, and 2 Majors in his 4 wins @157 Matt Lee went 1-2. He took it on the chin in his first match, drawing #1 seed and 2x National Qualifier Alexander Klucker of Loch Haven. He won his 2nd match by major and lost by fall to Farouq Mohammed of Loch Haven and 2017 IHPO 4th Placer.
  43. 1 point
    SWINfan

    Hoosiers in College 2019-2020 Results

    One result that almost slipped by from Friday night.... @149 Brayton Lee got his first official win for the Golden Gophers with a 7-6 dec over #18 Russell Rohlfing of Cal State Bakersfield. Lee is ranked #10 by Intermat
  44. 1 point
    Hoosierfan05

    2019 Head Coaching Changes

    Logan Luce and Mason Meling will be the Danville Community coaches this year.
  45. 1 point
    Y21AB

    Best to come up short

    Riley Lefever was a Fargo runner up, a 4x D3 champ and he beat a sr level world bronze medalist, he also lost 2-0 to JDen Cox... Not sure if this is still a conversation.
  46. 1 point
    Congratulations to Jacob LaPlace from Mishawaka for signing with Indiana Tech. He is projected to wrestle 184. View full signing
  47. 1 point
    PMFAN

    Best to come up short

    Brandon James
  48. 1 point
    Antknee

    Best to come up short

    Alex Dolly - Mishawaka
  49. 1 point
    Thor

    Best to come up short

    Tristen Tonte. Happened to run into 3 guys that hit national rankings in his 3 finals appearances.
  50. 1 point
    FCFIGHTER170

    Kyle Todrank

    anybody ever think he was just excited he scored on one of the greatest wrestlers of this era? who cares if he did something silly... it's him out there getting hammered and competing not us so who are we to judge?
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