rookie78 got a reaction from Eagle2 in Qualifying weigh ins for state tourney?
I guess the way that I read this is, what about kids who are quarantined due to close contact? They may be out 2 weeks and could potentially miss the opportunity to weigh-in 4-6 times.
Obviously, if event are canceled then team could possibly catch a nearby event and get a weigh-in.
rookie78 reacted to Y2CJ41 in Practice protocals
The main things we are focusing on is masks as much as possible such as during warm-ups, technique teaching, stretching, etc. The other is having groups of about 4 or 5 kids that can wrestle with each other. As well as the obvious things like hand sanitizer and more stringent cleaning.
Meets will be interesting as we will need to space seating and possibly limit who travels based on what JV matches we would have. I think we may even need to have a "half time" for duals to clean the mats. For bigger events we may need to clean mats after each round so it would add another 15 minutes to each round.
As we tell the kids, whether we like this stuff or not this is what we will NEED to do to have a full and complete season so just do it. No one wants to go to these measures so complaining isn't going to do any good.
rookie78 reacted to jetwrestling in 2020-2021 Indiana Wrestling Season
Praying schools can find a way to start up and get football going. This will go a long way to determine our fate.
Cases will continue to happen. My concern is that people will overreact when a positive case arises in the school.
The number of hospital admissions and deaths are the real numbers to watch.
rookie78 got a reaction from Mattyb in COVID effect on wrestling numbers?
Fox Sports Radio, a couple weeks ago, was talking about how Power 5 conference schools play their "cupcakes" during football. The payout the cupcakes get, according to Fox Sports Radio, pretty much finances a majority of the sports that they carry.
rookie78 reacted to jetwrestling in School All Star teams?
Phil beat me by a few minutes here.
106: Troe Roe (105) 1st 1985
Troy Roe (105) 4th 1984
Troy Roe (105) 5th 1986
113: Lynn Fiechter (112) 2nd 1980
Tyson Bercot (112) 3rd 2005
120: Ray Ashley (119) 2nd 1984
Denny Schwartz (119) 4th 1992
126: Mark Griffiths (125) 2nd 1990
Mike Gremaux (126) 4th 1981
132: Jim Marbach (130) 3rd 1988
Leroy Striker (132) 4th 1981
Matt Liter (130) 5th 1992
138: Andy Bertsch (135) 2nd 1996
Andy Bertsch (135) 3rd 1997
Gregg Snyder (138) 4th 1986
145: Tony Currie (145) 2nd 1994
Jim Marbach (145) 3rd 1989
Eric Hunter (145) 4th 1997
Logan Macklin (145) 5th 2019
Alex Currie (145) 7th 2020
152: Tony Currie (151) 3rd 1995
Vince McAfee (152) 5th 2006
Hunter Bates (152) 8th 2016
160: Jeff McCullough (155) 4th 1986
170: Todd Yoder (171) 4th 1990
Kaine Luginbill (170) 4th 2015
Trey Schultz (170) 8th 2009
182: Jack Bertsch (185) 4th 1977
195: Dustin Mitchel (189) 4th 2004
Ryan Wolfe (189) 5th 1994
220: Ryan Wolfe (215) 5th 1995
285: Brian Werst (275) Qualifier 1996
Josh Stetler (275) Qualifier 2004
rookie78 reacted to AC Computer in School All Star teams?
Couldn't let Prairie Heights be the only Class A posted. Here's out highest placer at each class:
106 Troy Roe (105), Champion
113 Lynn Fiechter (112) 2nd
120 Ray Ashley, Quaifier, 2nd
126 Mark Griffiths (125), 2nd
132 Leroy Striker, 4th
138 Andy Bertsch (135), 2nd
145 Tony Currie, 2nd
152 Tony Currie (151), 3rd
160 Jeff McCullough (155), 4th
170 Todd Yoder (171), 4th
182 Jack Bertsch (185), 4th
195 Ryan Wolfe/Dustin Mitchell (189), 4th
220 Ryan Wolfe (215), 5th
285 Brian Werst/Josh Stetler (275), Qualifier