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Barry Humble Jr.

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  • Birthday 09/18/1996

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  1. Barry Humble Jr.

    Article: 2015 Fort Wayne Semi-State Preview

    I would say Sawyer is a little better than last year.
  2. Barry Humble Jr.

    Article: 2015 Fort Wayne Semi-State Preview

    The Miller's and their ticket rounds
  3. Barry Humble Jr.

    Jay County Regional Preview

    Jay County Regional spectators should be in for a day of top-notch wrestling as seventeen state ranked wrestlers toe the line this Saturday. Along with the seventeen ranked state ranked wrestlers, there are PLENTY more wrestlers ranked in the Fort Wayne Semi-State rankings. 106: The excitement starts early as the day should start off with two state ranked wrestlers toeing the line for the championship. South Adams freshman Wyatt Miller (#19) will face Yorktown’s freshman Christian Hunt (#8), there are only 3 losses between the two wrestlers. Other wrestlers looking to advance on are Adam Central’s Nick Liter, Union City’s Max Harris, and Muncie Central’s Brandon Wills. 113: Fans don’t have to wait to the finals for excitement in this weight class as there should be two great semi-final match ups. All eyes will be on Yorktown’s Josh Stephenson (#13) as he battles Bellmont’s Mason Mendez (#20). On the other side of the bracket we should see South Adams' Briar Goodwin battle Adams Central’s Anthony Mosser, who has been red hot lately. After that action expect more in an anticipated final. 120: South Adams' (#2) Sawyer Miller leads the field in yet another very competitive weight class. Expect a nail bitter in the semis as Jon Becker of Bellmont battles the powerful freshmen of Yorktown, Colt Rutter. 126: Only three points separated these two hammers last time they met up. Look for a finals match of Bellmont’s Daniel Gunsett and Yorktown’s Remington Hiestand. The next spots will be for whoever is on. 132: They’ve met twice, and they will probably meet again. Yorktown’s Jacob Stephenson (#16) will look to avenge two earlier losses to Delta’s Sage Coy (#14). My hopes are high for this one. Dallas Dudelston of Jay County will look to continue his hot streak and finish a strong third. 138: Wrestlers won’t be laughing after wrestling Brad Laughlin. The Tiger is currently ranked 7th in state. Laughlin not finishing first would be a GIANT upset, second through fourth is up for grabs. 145: Adam Central’s Bates has been atop the podium the past two weeks, but to get there again he will have his hands full, really, really full. The terrific Tiger Cael McCormick has only suffered one loss this season and is currently ranked 2nd in the state. Also look for an intense 3rd and 4th place match between two seniors, Bellmont’s Joe Becker and Southern Well’s Daniel Beeks. 152: This weight class could be as unpredictable as Indiana’s weather and as even as the number two. Yorktown’s Dru Berkebile, Bellmont’s Brad Busse, and the Raider’s TC Perry are all title competitors. Throw Jay County’s Tyler Leonard in the mix and you have an interesting weight class. 160: He is currently unbeaten, but Delta’s Jacob Gray (#13) will be tested, not once, but maybe twice this Saturday. Adams Central’s Luke Liter has shown he can score on the best and will battle Gray in the semis. The winner will take on 10th ranked Bryce Baumgartner of Bellmont. 170: Oh boy, thinking about this finals match already has me on the edge of my seat. A battle of two top ten ranked grapplers. Yorktown’s Dillon Jackson (#4) will look to avenge an early season loss to Adam Central’s Kaine Luginbill (#7). This is a match between two highly explosive wrestlers. Look for Bellmont’s Brett Baker to be in the mix. 182: Another weight class loaded with solid wrestlers, this weight class could simply come down to who is on this Saturday. At the head of the class is, Y-Town’s Hunter Hiestand, Jay County’s Andy Kohler. Close behind are Union City’s Charlie Baron, and Daleville’s Corbin Maddox. 195: Currently ranked 3rd in the state, if anyone scores a point on Yorktown’s Myron Howard-Anderson I will call that an upset. The next best are Bellmont’s Carter Friedt and Delta’s Scottie Evans. 220: Another highly competitive weight class, 220 should be a fun one. Lead by Winchester’s Dustyn Hangen, the senior only has a one loss on the season. Union City’s Jesus Ulloa and Yorktown’s Noah little (who isn’t very little) will look to give him all he can handle. 285: Spectators better make sure they don’t leave early, as some of the better heavies in the Fort Wayne Semi-State will battle it out. Currently ranked 19th in the state, Adam Central’s Isiah Bollenbacher will be tested by Yorktown’s small, but powerful Dax Hiestand. Bollenbacher will also be tested in the semi’s by Kaiser Phillips of Monroe Central, the senior is currently 29-4.

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