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  1. The refs were not college refs, with I think only one that is an NCAA official. They weren't calling things like the drop down to a leg five count and such. I told a few people beforehand I hope they don't screw a kid and they did. The ref dinged Jesse for two cautions on one action. That's regional level ref stuff there. He dinged him and let him continue to get on top without resetting both the athletes or telling Jesse what happened. Very poor call that shouldn't have been made if you had an experienced official on the mat. These officials had no business being on the mat at this event.
  2. Jesse Mendez is making his third straight trip to FloWrestling’s Who’s #1 and Christian Carroll is wrestling in his first event. Both are looking to build upon a strong spring and summer and win their respective matches. Carroll has been nearly unbeatable since last fall when he won the Grappler Fall Classic and followed that up with a Super 32 belt. This spring he was runner-up in freestyle and Greco-roman to eventual world champion Braxton Amos. After that he dominated at Fargo and won a Junior title at 220lbs. Carroll is the first Indiana wrestler to win a Fargo Junior championship and a Super 32 championship. The match for Carroll will be the main event and a big guy super match. He will face off with the top ranked heavyweight in the country, Nick Feldman. Both “heavyweights” weighed in under 230lbs, so this is closer to a light heavyweight match-up. Feldman has won Beast of the East and National Prep titles to go along with winning at Who’s #1 a year ago. He’s an Ohio State commit and will be a great match-up for Carroll. This will NOT be a boring big guy battle. Jesse Mendez is making his third trip to Who’s #1 and looking to be the first competitor to four wins in the event. The past two years Mendez has had to wrestle multiple matches, but this year he only has one in Michigan’s Casey Swiderski. Mendez has had quite a busy off-season that has included a trip to Russia for Junior Worlds, recruiting visits, and even being the grand marshal of the Crown Point July 4th parade! His opponent, Casey Swiderski will look to pull off a big time upset and is likely the only one crazy enough to voluntarily take a match with Mendez. Swiderski is an Iowa State commit and according to everyone in the know has a similar style to Mendez with great technique, high pace, and tenacious attitude. Like Mendez, Swiderski has won three state titles in Michigan for Dundee High School. He was also a Fargo runner-up to Tagen Jamison of Texas. Look for this to be another great match. The schedule begins on Saturday with wrestling starting at 7pm ET/6pm CT. Mendez will be the 11th match, while Carroll will be the final bout, match #14. You can watch all the action with a loaded card of the top wrestlers in the country on FloWrestling.
  3. Jesse Mendez is making his third straight trip to FloWrestling’s Who’s #1 and Christian Carroll is wrestling in his first event. Both are looking to build upon a strong spring and summer and win their respective matches. Carroll has been nearly unbeatable since last fall when he won the Grappler Fall Classic and followed that up with a Super 32 belt. This spring he was runner-up in freestyle and Greco-roman to eventual world champion Braxton Amos. After that he dominated at Fargo and won a Junior title at 220lbs. Carroll is the first Indiana wrestler to win a Fargo Junior championship and a Super 32 championship. The match for Carroll will be the main event and a big guy super match. He will face off with the top ranked heavyweight in the country, Nick Feldman. Both “heavyweights” weighed in under 230lbs, so this is closer to a light heavyweight match-up. Feldman has won Beast of the East and National Prep titles to go along with winning at Who’s #1 a year ago. He’s an Ohio State commit and will be a great match-up for Carroll. This will NOT be a boring big guy battle. Jesse Mendez is making his third trip to Who’s #1 and looking to be the first competitor to four wins in the event. The past two years Mendez has had to wrestle multiple matches, but this year he only has one in Michigan’s Casey Swiderski. Mendez has had quite a busy off-season that has included a trip to Russia for Junior Worlds, recruiting visits, and even being the grand marshal of the Crown Point July 4th parade! His opponent, Casey Swiderski will look to pull off a big time upset and is likely the only one crazy enough to voluntarily take a match with Mendez. Swiderski is an Iowa State commit and according to everyone in the know has a similar style to Mendez with great technique, high pace, and tenacious attitude. Like Mendez, Swiderski has won three state titles in Michigan for Dundee High School. He was also a Fargo runner-up to Tagen Jamison of Texas. Look for this to be another great match. The schedule begins on Saturday with wrestling starting at 7pm ET/6pm CT. Mendez will be the 11th match, while Carroll will be the final bout, match #14. You can watch all the action with a loaded card of the top wrestlers in the country on FloWrestling. View full article
  4. If you know, you know.... I guess you don't know.
  5. You did a good job too @leggin89. A tournament like this couldn't be put on without a lot of great people. Indiana Tech wrestlers did a great job setting up on Friday Trine wrestlers and some Indiana Tech girls were great at the tables Mark and Kyle doing an awesome job with Track and even shifting bouts on the fly. The Carroll trainers who came and kept everyone from bleeding too much The referees who made some good calls and kept Barnett from blowing a whistle. My assistants Briggs and Smith who helped coordinate facility stuff. The police officers who helped with a couple small issues Adam Hartsough with amazing photos(check Facebook) The great wrestlers, coaches, fans and parents that came, kinda hard to be a great tournament without those. LT Hawkins for taking two third place medals Lastly, my wife and kids who manned the front and did a great job. Thanks everyone for a great weekend of wrestling. It is nice to have such a big event in this state that is a WRESTLING state!
  6. Championship interviews with some great nuggets of information
  7. Hawkins is something, that is for sure. Let me tell you about that kid!
  8. IHPO has tougher competition. Veazy will be lucky to wrestle more than two minutes at Pan Ams.
  9. North Montgomery High School has an immediate opening for a varsity wrestling coach. North Montgomery is a 3A school located just outside of Crawfordsville. We are a member of the Sagamore Athletic Conference, compete in the Crawfordsville Sectional, and host the Regional and the annual Holiday Duals. In the past 10 years, we have won 4 Sectional titles and 6 SAC titles. A strong youth program is established. We also have an opening for a Strength and Conditioning Teacher beginning November 1, 2021 that could be tied to the wrestling position. This includes teaching 4 classes of strength and conditioning during the school day. Please direct all inquiries and questions to Matt Merica, Athletic Director at mmerica@nm.k12.in.us Attachments: HS Varsity Wrestling Coach.pdf HS Strength & Conditioning Teacher.pdf
  10. I have an alert on Ebay for anything with Indiana wrestling in the description and this came up today. Mooreville wrestling 1979 and 1980 glasses. They look pretty cool if you wrestled at Mooresville. https://www.ebay.com/itm/294372714316?hash=item4489fb274c:g:RSkAAOSw-KdhMS~P Some other interesting items Old school Griffith singlet(they should redo this one) https://www.ebay.com/itm/274928879374?hash=item400309c70e:g:vGQAAOSwf4hhLFyC Old ISWA medal https://www.ebay.com/itm/383890277618?hash=item5961a4c4f2:g:4NoAAOSwbgVf6TPh Vintage Leo Wrestling jacket https://www.ebay.com/itm/293976825977?hash=item4472626079:g:bVEAAOSwcCdgEXNo
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    Colton Gonzalez

    Colton Gonzalez
  12. If you are kicking yourself for not registering for this year's IndianaMat Hoosier Preseason Open, you will have one LAST chance to gain entry. Click the link below and fill out the form with your wrestler's information. We will accept up to 25 wrestlers during this process. The process will only last until 8pm ET on Tuesday September 7th, so do this IMMEDIATELY! Criteria we will use to select wrestlers for the event include, but are not limited to: weight class need, state and national credentials, and extenuating circumstances. Due to this being a late registration, the fee will be $50 via a PayPal link you will be given once you are accepted into the event. You will have 24 hours to submit the payment, if you do not pay your spot will be given to the next available wrestler. You will receive a confirmation by 12pm on Thursday September 9th with more information on finishing your entry. Thank you Click here to fill out the petition. View full article
  13. If you are kicking yourself for not registering for this year's IndianaMat Hoosier Preseason Open, you will have one LAST chance to gain entry. Click the link below and fill out the form with your wrestler's information. We will accept up to 25 wrestlers during this process. The process will only last until 8pm ET on Tuesday September 7th, so do this IMMEDIATELY! Criteria we will use to select wrestlers for the event include, but are not limited to: weight class need, state and national credentials, and extenuating circumstances. Due to this being a late registration, the fee will be $50 via a PayPal link you will be given once you are accepted into the event. You will have 24 hours to submit the payment, if you do not pay your spot will be given to the next available wrestler. You will receive a confirmation by 12pm on Thursday September 9th with more information on finishing your entry. Thank you Click here to fill out the petition.
  14. I heard Hawk was contacting Bishop Sycamore in Ohio to see if they had anything scheduled for that date.
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