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  1. Not so fast. If Columbus East get 3 champs, I think they win. Rooks boys will be hard to beat. If South wins, it might be a CE title. Cathedral has to have 2 champs to win, and we have no sure things.
  2. If Snyder got tossed, that is a tough lesson. I couldn't imagine not being mat side for Brayton Lee's last title. Great match. Can't get caught up in your emotions.
  3. Cathedral with 6 in the semis, Brownsburg and Columbus East with 5 each. Gonna be one hell of a finish. If a Rooks gets knocked off, CE is probably out. And, outside of Walton and Lee, no more Bulldog finalists would make this too close to call. Still believe who emerges from 138 wins it!!! Go get 'em Zach Melloh!! Dominate. Go Irish!!!
  4. Well done, Dingo. Thanks!! Watching Track from out of the country. Appreciate the details. Stay hot Irish!!! Title is in sight!!
  5. Don’t sleep on Chesterton. Easy champ in Davison. Likely champ in Portenoy. 3 other scorers. Will hinge on Lemley getting past Sat morn. I think they are the favorite though. Outside of BBurg’s 2 champs, don’t think they have but 1 other scorer. Maybe 2. Kysen or mulkey. If Mulkey wins, BBurg wins. If the Irish get a champ, I think they can score enough win. If we get two (Melloh, Bailey, Mosconi, or Slivka), Cathedral wins handily.
  6. Or, was I just going to bed, Tony?? And, of course Combest. The only weight where 4 of the 5 main IHSAA team competitors have major leverage winning the weight class. Should be fun.
  7. A great day for the Cathedral Irish! 5 Champs, 2 Runners-up, 1 - 3rd, and 2 - 4th place finishers. Caleb Oliver avenging a fall to Jevian Ross in the ticket round was huge. And so was Lucasz Walendzak avenging a loss to Rose in the ticket round. And frosh Andrew Wilson advancing in a loaded 126 class knocking off a senior 2017 finalist in the ticket round. The boys positioned themselves as well as possible for a title run next weekend. 2 Cathedral Champs and I think we can hold off Brownsburg, Portage, Chesterton, and Columbus East. I think it comes down to who wins 138 (Mulkey, Melloh, or Rumph). I like our chances! Have a great week in the room, lads!
  8. Anthony Mosconi (Cath) pins Dru Berkebile (Frankton) in the Final. Cathedral is 9 for 9 in the finals so far.
  9. Let’s pour one out for our boy, Thornton. Strong poster and the Falcon’s voice of reason. Gone but not forgotten.
  10. I might be old and senile, but I’m pretty sure there was a page or two of chatter years ago about Bryce Hasseman of Franklin having the takedown record. I know he was gunning for it his senior year, but I don’t think there is great data surrounding takedowns.
  11. Oh, that’s a good one. Robert Miller was probably the most unathletic out of the group too. But, no one, and I mean no one, could stop or figure out his left handed headlock. Robert was one of the most intriguing champs we have ever had. Started his freshman year at Cathedral only to win the title for Lawrence North two years later. The last of one of the nastiest group that has arguably come through Indianapolis in a couple generations, Robert emulated the Christian Park room. More champs and placewinners came out of that room than any other I have seen. Lance Ellis, Billy and Jason Terry, Rob Walke, Matt Puckett, the Guhls, the McGinleys, and Danny Pleak was prob in there as a 5 or 6 year old too. Good memories of the 1980s/90s Cathedral and Warren teams. The Indy near Eastside’s proudest wrestling heritage. Absolute assassins in the day.
  12. Yes. It is how most of the folks on Gridiron Digest refer to the Catholic/Jesuit schools. Easier abbreviation.
  13. Come see the best of Indy's P/Ps battle tonight in the Cathedral gym. A huge number of former CYO champions will be battling it out in this North vs. South Catholic battle. J/V starts at 6p. Varsity starts ~6:45p. CYO students have free entry. Pizza in the cafeteria after the dual. Go Irish!
  14. Love to see Indiana compete like this on the national scene. Well done, Avon and Portage.
  15. I have nothing to retract. I meant what I said sober or blacked out. If you rest starters and it costs you a W, it should have a negative consequence. Pretty simple really. Frankly, I don’t give 2 sheets about rankings. I don’t even know if they are for an individual tourney team or dual meet team. Since I think I might be the only Cathedral supporter on this site, I figured the masses could use a little philosophy since most of the Avon/B.B. world have been feeling pretty invincible lately. Glad I could get some of your dander up. I’m positive Coach Snyder and the Bulldogs could care less what I think anyway.
  16. Fair enough. But, how boring would this site be if we all just got on here and had to listen to “The County” vomit on us all their accolades, feeder programs, etc. Somebody’s got to keep those boys in check. And if the #1 team in the state losing isn’t newsworthy on this site, I don’t know what is. Likewise, if Chesterton or Columbus East (who both are wrestling splendidly) knock of Cathedral at #2 at the Al Smith this afternoon, there will be plenty of chatter. But, mainly, I was a little drunk and bored.
  17. This is a noble post. Leads me to wonder: if a program can’t keep kids healthy and injury free, should they not have consequences? Most of the dominant professional and collegiate sports teams mitigate injury and wellness as part of their overall franchise/team health (outside of the 5 player team NBA). Ring worm, fever, weight probz, grades, etc, are all part of the program. Shouldn’t Yorktown be #1 because they brought what they could for better or for worse? Bankers is all that matters in the end, but I feel like programs that sacrifice competitions for team improvement shouldn’t have a free pass.
  18. Correct. Danny beat him at least once at the Spartan Classic. I believe he also lost to Greenfield Central’s Heath Kirkpatrick. 171 was a nasty weight in 1996.
  19. Ummmm, Brownsburg getting 2nd to Yorktown at Mooresville.....
  20. Cathedral goes 7-1 in the quarter final round! Great effort. 7 in the semis, 11 still alive. Some solid back draw wrestling from Wilson and Oliver. Thought Oliver would make the semis, but he’s wrestled almost all the way back. Nice mental toughness, Caleb! Chesterton with 5 to the semis and 7 alive. Columbus East with 5 to the semis with 8 alive. Cathedral’s to lose! One more exciting day!
  21. Anyone know if this will be streaming or Track Video?
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