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  1. Coaches, parents, and wrestlers all have the ability to add an accomplishment for your wrestler using the following link https://indianamat.com/index.php?/wrestler_accomplishments.html/ Accomplishments you can add Academic All-State(don't worry about placement or weight class) ISWA Folkstyle, Freestyle, and Greco state(keep it within the past 3 years) Many other events
  2. I'd say we rarely have even a top 10 dual team. It would surprise me if we've ever had a top 5 ranked team, unless it was during the Mater Dei run. The thing is national team rankings are a hodgepodge and hard to do. With our single class system it is hard to compare semi-state level kids to state qualifiers and placers from other states. Add to that our kids that are nationally ranked that we rarely have more than a couple from one school.
  3. The NECC is the toughest, they had two #IndianaMat wrestlers of the year.
  4. We are wanting to continue our show, possibly every other week or more just depending upon the time of the year. Since it is the off-season there is a lot less news and stuff going on so I want to bring on some guests. Who would you want to hear from? Are there any topics you would like to see Mike and I or someone else discuss? I am always up for ideas, so list them...the good and bad ones. Just a note, @3xStateChamp does not have Skype and thus cannot be on.
  5. Kids having success earlier will equate to them getting more looks from colleges. If you are a one-time placer, even a champ, as a senior your opportunities are limited because most schools(D1, D2, and even NAIA) are already looking at current juniors. It is crucial for a kid to have success(meaning state qualifier or medal) earlier especially when competing against classed states like Michigan, Ohio, and Illinois.
  6. Mr. Gorilla: Silas Allred- Shenandoah 1st Runner-up: Alec Viduya- Roncalli 2nd Runner-up: Joseph Walker- Mishawaka 3A Coach of the Year: Sean McGinley- Cathedral 2A Coach of the Year: Paul Gunsett- Bellmont 1A Coach of the Year: Cody Moll- North Posey 3A Wrestler of the Year: Eli Dickens- Mater Dei 2A Wrestler of the Year: Clayton Fielden- Garrett 1A Wrestler of the Year: Isiah Levitz- Prairie Heights Past Award Winners 1A Coach 2015- Tony Currie 2016- Brett Smith 2017- Gary Black 2018- Chuck Fleshman 2019- Tony Currie 1A Wrestler 2015- Sawyer Miller 2016- Evan Ellis 2017- Eli Stock 2018- Noah Cressell 2019- Silas Allred 2A Coach 2015- Trent McCormick 2016- Mark Kerrn 2017- Trent McCormick 2018- Frank Bumgardner 2019- Chad Shepherd 2A Wrestler 2015- Brock Hudkins 2016- Brock Hudkins 2017- Mason Parris 2018- Brayden Curtis 2019- AJ Fowler 3A Coach 2015- Brad Harper 2016- Darrick Snyder 2017- Chris Johl 2018- Matt Schoettle 2019- Sean McGinley 3A Wrestler 2015- Chad Red 2016- Blake Rypel 2017- Joe Lee 2018- Asa Garcia 2019- Jordan Slivka Mr. Gorilla 2015- Tommy Forte 2016- Chad Red 2017- Andrew Davison 2018- Brayton Lee and Mason Parris 2019- Asa Garcia View full article
  7. Mr. Gorilla: Silas Allred- Shenandoah 1st Runner-up: Alec Viduya- Roncalli 2nd Runner-up: Joseph Walker- Mishawaka 3A Coach of the Year: Sean McGinley- Cathedral 2A Coach of the Year: Paul Gunsett- Bellmont 1A Coach of the Year: Cody Moll- North Posey 3A Wrestler of the Year: Eli Dickens- Mater Dei 2A Wrestler of the Year: Clayton Fielden- Garrett 1A Wrestler of the Year: Isiah Levitz- Prairie Heights Past Award Winners 1A Coach 2015- Tony Currie 2016- Brett Smith 2017- Gary Black 2018- Chuck Fleshman 2019- Tony Currie 1A Wrestler 2015- Sawyer Miller 2016- Evan Ellis 2017- Eli Stock 2018- Noah Cressell 2019- Silas Allred 2A Coach 2015- Trent McCormick 2016- Mark Kerrn 2017- Trent McCormick 2018- Frank Bumgardner 2019- Chad Shepherd 2A Wrestler 2015- Brock Hudkins 2016- Brock Hudkins 2017- Mason Parris 2018- Brayden Curtis 2019- AJ Fowler 3A Coach 2015- Brad Harper 2016- Darrick Snyder 2017- Chris Johl 2018- Matt Schoettle 2019- Sean McGinley 3A Wrestler 2015- Chad Red 2016- Blake Rypel 2017- Joe Lee 2018- Asa Garcia 2019- Jordan Slivka Mr. Gorilla 2015- Tommy Forte 2016- Chad Red 2017- Andrew Davison 2018- Brayton Lee and Mason Parris 2019- Asa Garcia
  8. It would be a disaster because coaches wouldn't report their results.
  9. Most of the posters in favor of class wrestling would be in favor of having only two classes, not 4, 6 or 20 as some people tend to envision. The thing is when you ask a kid from a classed state they tell you they placed 3rd or were the champion. They don't mention anything about what class it was. Just as if you ask a kid from Western Boone about their football team and they say they were state champions, not "2A" state champions.
  10. I think the growth or lack of growth at schools is different from school to school. I know of some that have grown(Carroll, Garrett) and some that have less kids than in 2000(Dekalb, Bellmont). This probably isn't exactly the best post to quote, but here is the fundamental difference between the two thought processes on this thread. People are in one of the two categories 1. In a single class system the varsity entries should not affected by school size and thus all should have an equal representation at the state finals. These people see the statistics and say that we need class wrestling. 2. In a single class system while "equal" the bigger schools should be having more success because they have more kids to choose from(amongst other advantages). These people see the statistics and say we do not need class wrestling. I fall into #1 and feel if you are in group #2 you are advocating for a classed environment due to the fact that everyone SHOULD be equal when they step on the mat. However, if you are a varsity athlete at a 4A school you are basically 10X more likely to qualify for state than a varsity athlete at a 1A school.
  11. Congratulations to Sam Slivka from Roncalli for signing with Indianapolis. He is projected to wrestle 133, 141. View full signing
  12. Add any if I missed them Marian (Ind.) 125 Chris Sharp AMC Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 125 Grant Stapleton AMC Automatic Qualifier Indiana Tech 133 Conner Gimson KCAC/SAC Automatic Qualifier Indiana Tech 133 Matt Gimson KCAC/SAC Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 141 Brandon James AMC Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 149 Bailey Moore AMC Automatic Qualifier. Campbellsville (Ky.) 165 Chandler Woenker Mid-South Conference Wildcard #3 Marian (Ind.) 165 Brett Johnson AMC Automatic Qualifier Cumberland (Tenn.) 174 Nathan Walton Mid-South Automatic Qualifier Indiana Tech 174 Scott Sopko KCAC/SAC Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 174 Sam Osho AMC Automatic Qualifier Indiana Tech 184 Eric Vermillion KCAC/SAC Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 184 Colton Gonzalez AMC Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 197 Jack Servies AMC Automatic Qualifier Southeastern (Fla.) 197 Blake Rypel Mid-South Automatic Qualifier Calumet St. Joseph (Ind.) 285 Nick Fowler AMC Automatic Qualifier Campbellsville (Ky.) 285 Ashton Mutuwa Mid-South Automatic Qualifier Marian (Ind.) 285 Ethan Bunce AMC Automatic Qualifier Indiana school, but from out of state. Indiana Tech 285 Vernon Willis KCAC/SAC Automatic Qualifier Indiana Tech 141 Kyle Kantola KCAC/SAC Automatic Qualifier
  13. Congratulations to Logan Bailey from Indianapolis Cathedral for signing with Indianapolis. He is projected to wrestle 141. View full signing
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