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  1. wchew20

    Flonationals 2019 Indiana Entries

    Beat him again for 3rd place!
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    Flonationals 2019 Indiana Entries

    Great win for Hayden. I think he is still quite aways way from his ceiling and his best days are ahead of him at the college level (which he will be announcing this week). He really didn’t start wrestling year round until his junior year. His CIA crew is helping him tremendously.
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    One kid had heart, one kid put it on autopilot.
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    Link to tonight’s matches

    Thank you sir!
  5. Anyone know if there is a link available yet to watch tonight’s matches online?
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    State brackets on track changed!

    This happen at state a lot?
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    #4 seeds

    Aiden Warren @145 will be a tough out as a 4.
  8. He totaled 3 mins 54 seconds on the mat today.
  9. Also hard to believe is that he is a very young junior. He is a young 16 and I believe he will graduate as a 17 year old next year. 2 years ago as a 14 year old freshmen He was beating ranked 18 year old ranked wrestlers at 170. Very special talent.
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    Academic All-State

    Does anyone know when these are announced?
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    My new castle semi state preview

    Best predictions I’ve seen...some of those nicknames are pure Gold.
  12. I’ll have to ask Him about that fastball. 😆
  13. I know I’m essentially echoing everyone else’s thoughts here, but having a family member on his team for the past 6 years I have had the pleasure to watch this young man wrestle on a regular basis. I just want to say I have been around a lot of high school athletes over the past 20 years. It’s easy for a kid as talented as Silas to develop an ego. I have never met a more humble, polite, appreciative young man that takes nothing for granted. While he is obviously a great athlete, he isn’t a kid that was just born with ability, he has truly worked for everything he has accomplished. It has been a pleasure to see his development and it will be fun to watch him continue his journey towards his ultimate goal.

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