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  1. Covington HS will be hosting a JV tournament on Dec. 14, 2019. Covington is 15 minutes east of Danville, IL along I-74 in Fountain County. We are looking for 10 - 12 teams for this event (any size team is fine). We will look to get each wrestler 3-4 matches in some form of a round-robin format. 3 mats To allow for drive time for teams, we will plan for a later weigh-in (something like 9:30am EST). If interested, contact Trent McCormick (AD) at mccormickt@covington.k12.in.us or by phone at 765-793-2286.
  2. Covington HS is located 10 min. east of Danville, IL in Indiana. We host an annual duals event which will take place this season on Dec. 7. We currently have 5 teams in this event and need 1-3 more teams to round out the competition. Current teams entered: Covington (IN), Bismarck-Henning (IL), Tri-County (IN), Lafayette Central Catholic (IN), and Parke Heritage (IN) Teams will get 5 duals at this event in a round robin (or pooled) format utilizing 3-4 mats. If interested, please contact Trent McCormick (AD) at mccormickt@covington.k12.in.us or by phone at 765-793-2286.
  3. MANHEIM, Pa. – Juniors Ben Harvey and Cael McCormick of the Army West Point wrestling team added to their academic honors for 2019 by being named Scholar All-Americans by the National Wrestling Coaches Association on Friday. https://goarmywestpoint.com/news/2019/4/26/wrestling-harvey-mccormick-named-nwca-scholar-all-americans.aspx?path=wrestling Congrats Ben and Cael! #studentathletes
  4. Congratulations Ben and Cael on getting the job done on and off the mat. The EIWA announced its Academic Honors list today. In addition to WP consistently ranking high in academic rigor, WP athletes must also navigate and carry out their military responsibilities in addition to athletic and academic tasks. I realize that I am a proud father of a WP Cadet, but I am continuously amazed at the daily rigors and expectations placed on these student-athletes. Again, congratulations to these young men, and thank you for your sacrifices. #representingindiana Go Army! Press Release from WP Athletics: https://goarmywestpoint.com/news/2019/4/9/wrestling-harvey-mccormick-garner-eiwa-academic-honors.aspx?fbclid=IwAR12uSr4hRLeusy8HzTJzOi7vbD9Jsxkm27DDV0r0kUfL72r8ihW2fK6iqo#.XK1MwKfo-Cs.email
  5. Congrats guys! Well deserved by these two gentlemen.
  6. David Palmer Legendary Delta/ Muncie Southside wrestler, David Palmer, lost his battle to cancer in late December. He was 54 years old. In the early 1980's David was a one-time state runner up and a state champion for Muncie Southside as well as a 2x state champion for Delta HS. David led Delta to their first team state championship title in 1981 that eventually turned into 5 consecutive titles. In 1979 David became the first Indiana wrestler to make the world team and the first to win a gold medal. David wrestled for Oklahoma Univ. on a full ride scholarship and graduated with a bachelors degree in accounting. David was an inspiration to all those that knew him and was always helping others. He will be greatly missed! Please join friends and family for a Life Celebration of David Palmer this Sunday January 14th at Mansfield Park in Muncie. Celebration begins at 4:00pm. For more info please contact : Delta coach Gary Schliessman at cabincreations@comcast.net
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  8. Gunnar Larson (Army WP) placed 4th going 2-2 (frosh/soph division) at the Southeast Open this past weekend in Roanoke, VA to open up his collegiate career. Brad Laughlin (USMAPS) made it to the final 6 (going 2-2) at the Princeton Open this past weekend to open up his collegiate career.
  9. After a nice showing at the Southeastern Open (formerly the Hoakie Open) in Virginia this past weekend, Ben Harvey picked up a little traction in the rankings. Link to Army West Point article below. http://www.goarmywestpoint.com/news/2017/11/7/wrestling-harvey-caywood-ranked-in-national-polls.aspx?path=wrestling
  10. We had a great time with this group of young men. After going 5-0 and winning our pool, we ran into 3 outstanding academy all-star teams in the gold pool and went 0-3 to finish 4th overall. Our guys really battled hard and carried themselves well. Thomas Penola (Zionsville) went undefeated for Hoosier Hustle and wrestled out of his mind! He was in great shape and pushed his opponents past their breaking point in about every match. Several of our wrestlers rallied in individual matches to tie it up and then won in OT. Each of the wrestlers on this squad undoubtedly had a weak spot or two exposed that they need to come home and work on, but that is why we go to events of this nature. Many of the PA wrestlers really, really ride and turn efficiently on top. Overall, a great experience with a great group of young men who each represented their school and community with great effort and sportsmanship. Thank you to the IN and IL coaches who supported this project by allowing their wrestler to compete with Hoosier Hustle. A special congratulations to Ty Mills and Thomas Penola who have committed to wrestle for Duke and Purdue respectively. Two fine student-athletes! As I told the wrestlers this past weekend, the upcoming high school season will be my 30th, and final, season as a head high school wrestling coach. This past weekend was my last preseason event, and I, and our coaches, had a blast with this group of guys. These guys were a class act all the way around! Best of luck to all of the Hoosier Hustle squad members this upcoming high school season. Coach McCormick
  11. Hoosier Hustle 98 Carter Overby (Yorktown) 106 Zachary Todd (Yorktown) 113 Brayden Curtis (Yorktown) 120 Ty Mills (Brownsburg) 126 Brady McKivitz (Avon); Jacob Hall (Huntington North); Sebastian Stewart (Yorktown) 132 Xayvier Curtis (Yorktown) 138 Alex Barr (Yorktown) 145 Eric Hiestand (Yorktown) 152 Chandler Woenker (FW Luers); Grant Geisinger (Frankton) 160 Hunter Reed (Columbia City) 170 Cody Klettheimer (Frankton) 182 Jake Leske (McHenry - IL) 195 Thomas Penola (Zionsville); Tyson Enis (Yorktown) 220 285 Logan Petro (Mt. Zion - iL); Alan Diaz (Yorktown) Hoosier Hustle will open up with High Points, NJ at 1:00pm tomorrow.
  12. The Hoosier Hustle squad will compete in York, PA this weekend at the York Expo Center-Utz Arena in the Columbus Day Duals (hosted by Tyrant Wrestling) The event will be run on trackwrestling. Saturday (Oct. 7) --- wrestling begins at 1:00pm (3 rounds) Sunday (Oct. 8) --- wrestling begins at 9:00am (5 rounds) TEAMS Elementary School Division Middle School Division High School Division Apex, NJ Beast Training, CT A & B Core, NJ Bandits, VA Buxton Intense, NJ Beat the Streets NYC, NY Beast Training, CT Buxton, NJ Buxton Brawlers, NJ Buxton Extreme, NJ Cobra Kai, NJ Christiansburg, VA Contender Elite, PA Contender Elite, PA Dark Knights, PA CTWAY, CT Dark Knights, PA Eagle Riders, DE Legion of Doom, OH Devils, NJ Edge, NJ Mat Warriors, NJ Edge, NJ Emmaus, PA Red Hawk, NJ Indiana Smackdown, IN Florida Jets, FL RedNose, NJ Lost Boys, PA Gladiators, PA SIR, NJ Outsiders, MD HFG Storm, MD SMWC WolfPack, MD RHOMP, NJ High Point, NJ Team Nauman Grey, PA SIR, NJ Hoosier Hustle, IN Team Nauman Red, PA SMWC WolfPack, MD Howell, NJ Terps Hit Squad, MD South Plainfield, NJ Iowa Style Black, NY Terps Navy, MD Team Nauman Grey, PA Iowa Style Gold, NY Team Nauman Red, PA Keystone Select, PA Team Tugman, CT KT Kidz, CT Terps Super Kids, MD Lost Boys, PA Terps Xtreme, MD Lower Dauphin, PA Triumph , NJ Outsiders, MD Patriots, WV RedNose, NJ Seagull, NJ Silverbacks, CT SMWC WolfPack, MD South Side, CT Team Nauman Grey, PA Team Nauman Red, PA Team Northeast, NY Team Tugman, CT TN-D2, TN Turks Head, PA Tyrant, DE Valley Boyz, PA War Dog WC, NJ Weaver Elite, PA York Extreme, PA
  13. Current Indiana wrestlers at Army West Point: Ben Harvey - Cathedral (Sophomore/USMAPS) Cael McCormick - Yorktown (Sophomore) Gunnar Larson - Avon (Freshman) Colton Cummings - Lowell (USMAPS) Brad Laughlin - Yorktown (USMAPS) Coach Braden Atwood - Delphi (Volunteer Assistant Coach)
  14. Coach Ward, and his staff, are doing great things at Army WP. In addition to putting together a top 25 recruiting class for this season, they are "teaching coaches" in the room. Coach Ward and his staff are on the mat working with their athletes in the room every day on cutting edge technique and skills. As mentioned in his bio., Coach Ward wrestled at Oklahoma State under legendary coach John Smith. Coach Ward's experience at OSU is evident in his work ethic and mentoring of his athletes. Throw on top of all of that the fact that there are 5 Indiana boys currently on the WP/USMAPS roster along with a new coach who also wrestled in Indiana (Atwood); with another IN senior commit for next season already. Coach Ward has a lot of respect for IN wrestling and has put his money where his mouth is in recruiting in our state. I am looking forward to Coach Ward's sessions at our coaches' clinic this month. Should be some good stuff. Thank you to the IHSWCA for bringing in a head coach from a U.S. Service Academy. Coach McCormick
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