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  1. On top of that it would be easier for coaches to vote. There are hundreds and hundreds of refs to vote for. I'd much rather have the list narrowed down to ones I have seen. Heck, I saw names that I didn't know they were refs! It would make it easier to vote for refs if the list is narrowed down to 100 that you have seen recently.
  2. February 21-22, 2020
  3. The coaches vote has merit, but also comes with some negative affects. I know of coaches who said their AD did their voting and they never knew about it. I have had an AD(not currently an AD) that would change the coaches votes. Those are just two experiences I have heard. I think there should also be a way for coaches to only vote for officials they have seen within the past 3 years. Personally I like Blane's idea on advancing the best officials from sectional based on voting and such. The wrestlers that are wrestling the best advance, why not the officials that are officiating the best advance? Sectionals and such are basically "seeded" for officials so barring something horrific you should still get the better ones to go on.
  4. Tyrone Wilson used to have a sticker with his picture on it that he'd put in the book when he was starting out. It is a great idea for the newer or lesser known refs. It's also a reminder that when it comes time to vote to vote for that guy. For good or bad I know a lot of refs and even ask the senior ones who others are if I don't know. Coaches need to be a little more proactive to get the better refs to advance.
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    Paisley Sanquenetti

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  6. If....just IIIIIFFFFF there was a website..... https://indianamat.com/index.php?/history/ncaa-all-americans/ Nick Lee x2 Matt Couglin Nick Mayer(DII) Those were the only NCAA All-Americans in Mater Dei history.
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  12. Subscribe on itunes | Subscribe on Google Play Music Dane Fuelling and Rex Brewer talk with Kevin Whitehead, Nick Kraus, Mike Reiser, and Mike Goebel about wrestling. View full article
  13. Subscribe on itunes | Subscribe on Google Play Music Dane Fuelling and Rex Brewer talk with Kevin Whitehead, Nick Kraus, Mike Reiser, and Mike Goebel about wrestling.
  14. Past 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- Western 2A Wrestler 2015- Brock Hudkins 2016- Brock Hudkins 2017- Mason Parris 2018- Brayden Curtis 2019- AJ Fowler- Calumet 3A Coach 2015- Brad Harper 2016- Darrick Snyder 2017- Chris Johl 2018- Matt Schoettle 2019- Sean McGinley- Cathedral 3A Wrestler 2015- Chad Red 2016- Blake Rypel 2017- Joe Lee 2018- Asa Garcia 2019- Jordan Slivka- Cathedral Mr. Gorilla 2015- Tommy Forte 2016- Chad Red 2017- Andrew Davison 2018- Brayton Lee and Mason Parris 2019- Asa Garcia Voting for Mr. Gorilla has started, if you are a voter check your email! Who would you vote for the other awards? Mike and I will announce the winners Thursday on Gorilla Radio in our annual recap show.
  15. By STEVE KRAHstvkrh905@gmail.com With a few exceptions, the cast of characters changed. But the plot was the same for Indianapolis Cathedral: Win Indiana’s high school wrestling team championship. “You always want to set your expectations high,” said Irish head coach Sean McGinley. “We thought going in we had a legitimate shot to be very successful. We had several goals and one of our goals was to win a state title. We were able to accomplish that.” Cathedral traveled across town to Bankers Life Fieldhouse and took the program’s third straight title and fourth overall Saturday, Feb. 22 at the 82nd annual IHSAA State Finals. “I’ve said it before, Friday night is always key,” said McGinley after the latest hoisting of the state trophy. “Our goal is not a state championship, it’s to get through Friday night. That’s our state championship adage. We got five out of eight which gave us a chance. We thought we were still in it. Saturday morning was the big round for us. We went five for five with several kids getting bonus points. Bonus points probably made the difference. We were getting them but(eventual runner-up) Crown Point and (third-place team Evansville) Mater Dei was also getting them.” Two of the eight State Finals qualifiers in the 2020 field were finalists on Cathedral’s 2019 state title-winning squad. “This year’s team was way different from last year,” said sophomore Zeke Seltzer, who won the 2020 crown at 120 pounds after placing second as a freshman at 113. “The only people we had returning to State was me and Elliot (Rogers). Logan (Bailey) was returning, but he didn’t make it last year.” “We had some guys step up for sure.” What was the difference between standing on the second step of the podium and the top for Seltzer? “I’ve been working for this for a whole year now,” said Seltzer. “It feels great to finally get it.” Rodgers was a state champion at 152 as a junior and finished third at 160 in 220 as a senior. Five of eight Irish wrestlers in the field earned state placement in 2020. Besides Seltzer and Rodgers, senior Holden Parsons (285 pounds) was a champion, senior Bailey (138) a runner-up and senior Tyler Wagner (170) a fourth placer. “For me it was my faith,” said Parsons. “God got me through it and made sure I wasn’t nervous and everything. My coaches were there for me in my corner. They knew what we needed to do. hey knew how to keep me calm.” Parsons talked about the team approach to the season. “We keep a constant pace,” said Parsons. “As it goes along, we start picking it up. During the postseason, we taper on and off. That just keeps our gas tanks up and our lungs burning so we’re ready to go 100 percent when it comes time to put the pedal to the metal.” “Everybody knew we had to get bonus points to keep up with Crown Point. They are a great team. They had great wrestlers. They are phenomenally-coached.” Senior Jacob Huffman (195), junior Johnny Parker (182) and sophomore Evan Dickey (106) competed Friday night but did not advance to Saturday. It was an extra-big weekend for the Seltzer family. Not only were there the team and individual championships, assistant Brian Seltzer (Zeke’s father) was inducted into the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame the day after the State Finals. When the Irish reigned over the IHSAA in 2019, seniors Jordan Slivka (first at 160), Alex Mosconi (second at 145) and Lukasz Walendzak (eighth at 126) were there along with Rodgers and Seltzer. At the 2018 State Finals, Cathedral was represented by junior Slivka (first at 145), sophomore Rodgers (second at 152), senior Zach Melloh (second at 138), junior Alex Mosconi (second at 132), sophomore Bailey (third at 106), junior Walendzak (fourth at 120), senior Jacob Obst (seventh at 285)senior Jacob Obst (seventh at 285) and qualifiers senior Anthony Mosconi (160), sophomore Caleb Oliver (113) and freshman Andrew Wilson (126). View full article
  16. By STEVE KRAHstvkrh905@gmail.com With a few exceptions, the cast of characters changed. But the plot was the same for Indianapolis Cathedral: Win Indiana’s high school wrestling team championship. “You always want to set your expectations high,” said Irish head coach Sean McGinley. “We thought going in we had a legitimate shot to be very successful. We had several goals and one of our goals was to win a state title. We were able to accomplish that.” Cathedral traveled across town to Bankers Life Fieldhouse and took the program’s third straight title and fourth overall Saturday, Feb. 22 at the 82nd annual IHSAA State Finals. “I’ve said it before, Friday night is always key,” said McGinley after the latest hoisting of the state trophy. “Our goal is not a state championship, it’s to get through Friday night. That’s our state championship adage. We got five out of eight which gave us a chance. We thought we were still in it. Saturday morning was the big round for us. We went five for five with several kids getting bonus points. Bonus points probably made the difference. We were getting them but(eventual runner-up) Crown Point and (third-place team Evansville) Mater Dei was also getting them.” Two of the eight State Finals qualifiers in the 2020 field were finalists on Cathedral’s 2019 state title-winning squad. “This year’s team was way different from last year,” said sophomore Zeke Seltzer, who won the 2020 crown at 120 pounds after placing second as a freshman at 113. “The only people we had returning to State was me and Elliot (Rogers). Logan (Bailey) was returning, but he didn’t make it last year.” “We had some guys step up for sure.” What was the difference between standing on the second step of the podium and the top for Seltzer? “I’ve been working for this for a whole year now,” said Seltzer. “It feels great to finally get it.” Rodgers was a state champion at 152 as a junior and finished third at 160 in 220 as a senior. Five of eight Irish wrestlers in the field earned state placement in 2020. Besides Seltzer and Rodgers, senior Holden Parsons (285 pounds) was a champion, senior Bailey (138) a runner-up and senior Tyler Wagner (170) a fourth placer. “For me it was my faith,” said Parsons. “God got me through it and made sure I wasn’t nervous and everything. My coaches were there for me in my corner. They knew what we needed to do. hey knew how to keep me calm.” Parsons talked about the team approach to the season. “We keep a constant pace,” said Parsons. “As it goes along, we start picking it up. During the postseason, we taper on and off. That just keeps our gas tanks up and our lungs burning so we’re ready to go 100 percent when it comes time to put the pedal to the metal.” “Everybody knew we had to get bonus points to keep up with Crown Point. They are a great team. They had great wrestlers. They are phenomenally-coached.” Senior Jacob Huffman (195), junior Johnny Parker (182) and sophomore Evan Dickey (106) competed Friday night but did not advance to Saturday. It was an extra-big weekend for the Seltzer family. Not only were there the team and individual championships, assistant Brian Seltzer (Zeke’s father) was inducted into the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Fame the day after the State Finals. When the Irish reigned over the IHSAA in 2019, seniors Jordan Slivka (first at 160), Alex Mosconi (second at 145) and Lukasz Walendzak (eighth at 126) were there along with Rodgers and Seltzer. At the 2018 State Finals, Cathedral was represented by junior Slivka (first at 145), sophomore Rodgers (second at 152), senior Zach Melloh (second at 138), junior Alex Mosconi (second at 132), sophomore Bailey (third at 106), junior Walendzak (fourth at 120), senior Jacob Obst (seventh at 285)senior Jacob Obst (seventh at 285) and qualifiers senior Anthony Mosconi (160), sophomore Caleb Oliver (113) and freshman Andrew Wilson (126).
  17. Ummm look two posts up from yours......
  18. You still have to pass the drug test for it to be official.
  19. To be a state champion it takes a lot of skill, hard work, dedication, and some luck to not be injured or sick at the wrong time.
  20. They are updated also....just check the link above and go to overall.
  21. The rankings have been updated after the state finals. Congrats to Caleb Sprunger on the state title and the overall title. Our rankings and the rankings guru both were 16th in the state pick'ems which is pretty impressive! Points for the state finals were the same as semi-state except if you got a champion in the correct spot you got 15 points.
  22. During the state series ONLY, if you win a match via injury default you should not be able to wrestle the rest of the day and default the rest of your matches.
  23. Here is some info on the renovations and the time period. The bulk will be done during the summer months and will not affect the Pacers...thus likely not wrestling or any of the IHSAA basketball state finals games. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/basketball/wnba/fever/2019/06/24/bankers-life-fieldhouse-renovations-force-indiana-fever-relocate-outdoor-plaza-ice-skating/1528316001/
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