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Indysportsfan last won the day on January 31 2019

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  1. My son, who is a baseball player, took a few years off after high school to get his head right. He was a member of the Indiana Bulls program through high school but lost his way his junior year and disappeared from the radar of coaches. Last year he made a choice to resurrect his career and live in the dorm at Ancilla. He made great friendships while enjoying the school/instructors. They do a great job of being there for the student; my son is returning even though he had other options so I believe that speaks volumes of his experience. I give the school 2 thumbs-up!!
  2. Tristan Moran, 17-5, ranked #11 (6-4 in last 10) B10 Wins: Cole Martin, Parker Filius, Chad Red, Mitch McKee, Justin Benjamin B10 Losses: Max Murin, Luke Pletcher, Nick Lee Chad Red, 15-6, ranked #5 (7-3 in last 10) B10 Wins: Mitch McKee, Cole Martin, Eddie Bolivar, Matt Santos, Max Murin, B10 Losses: Luke Pletcher (2x), Nick Lee, Tristan Moran Max Murin, 12-1, ranked #7 (9-1 in last 10) B10 Wins: Mitch McKee, Parker Filius, Eddie Bolivar, Dylan Duncan, Tristan Moran B10 Losses: Chad Red Just looking at the data, I would have Mu
  3. Missed them all Jason....keep the day job!
  4. I won Fort Wayne, and took 7th overall which would be similar to winning Semi-State & standing on the Podium!
  5. Lowery and Viduya accomplished that feat as well.
  6. I would include the following: Bettich at 120 Viduya at 145. Dickens at 160 LaPlace at 195
  7. At the very least he would appreciate knowing where to eat in the Region because I know he travels a bunch doing radio!! Personally I like Mr. Rakestraw hosting the event but they definitely need to either (1) improve their knowledge or (2) add people who know the wrestlers background (youth - high school).
  8. Overall Record of Weight // Undefeated // Classes // Previous State Experience 106: 525 - 68 // Lowery // 7-Freshman, 6-Sophomore, 1-Junior, 2-Senior // 1x - Miller, Chundi, Ruble 113: 538 - 87 // None // 5-Freshman, 5-Sophomore, 4-Junior, 2-Senior // 2x - Cottey, Ross : 1x - Anthony, Sturgill, Sprague 120: 553 - 57 // Seltzer // 2-Freshman, 2-Sophomore, 5-Junior, 7-Senior // 3x - Bettich : 2x - Diaz, Eldred : 1x - Seltzer, Freeman, Hall, White, Robinson, Boots 126: 565 - 54 // Stroud // 1-Freshman, 3-Sophomore, 5-Junior, 7-Senior // 3x - Rioux
  9. My picks for champs are: Mendez, Calhoun, Bates
  10. Wrestlers with the best chance: 106 - Ruble, 160 - Levitz, 170 - Fielden & Parrish, 182 - Winner, 220 - Gray. My champ, I took Winner at 182.
  11. New Castle -- 8 Evansville -- 2 East Chicago -- 3 Fort Wayne -- 1
  12. 1. I will agree that is a large disparity, moving a few schools in exchange for smaller schools will balance out the talent pool. 2. Could it happen, yes....does it happen, I don't know. It has been my experience athletes will participate if they enjoy the sport. I have been involved in sports for 35+ years (high school, CYO, Travel) and personally I have never heard any athlete state "I am quitting because our team can't win in the postseason". 3. I am in agreement with you, trying harder does not = winning. I remember playing golf in high school and in my SECTIONAL
  13. Lowering the talent level at one site will increase the talent level at a different site. I just believe it is impossible to make all things equal for everyone.
  14. Naturally successful postseason runs (at any level) will help a program, but unfortunately it is NOT possible to allow every athlete/program to have success. You do the best you can but you must realize that it will not be equal for all; that is impossible to achieve. I am sure wrestlers who lose because of a tough draw (Sectional, Regional or SS) know they could have easily advanced at a weaker venue but I guarantee it will help them in the long run. Experiencing failure is vital to achieve quality learning and growing into adulthood.
  15. On average, a SS should have 5 kids STATE ranked Top 20 and 2.5 STATE ranked Top 10. 106 = 5 / Top 10 = 4 113 = 7 / Top 10 = 4 120 = 7 / Top 10 = 4 126 = 5 / Top 10 = 2 132 = 7 / Top 10 = 4 138 = 5 / Top 10 = 4 145 = 8 / Top 10 = 4 152 = 5 / Top 10 = 4 160 = 6 / Top 10 = 2 170 = 4 / Top 10 = 3 182 = 7 / Top 10 = 2 195 = 5 / Top 10 = 4 220 = 4 / Top 10 = 2 285 = 5 / Top 10 = 4
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