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  1. East Noble, Jimtown, Northwood, Northridge, Prairie Heights and Busco are getting together the 22nd at Jimtown. It will be interesting to see all of the events that come from Mishawaka being cancelled. We were told no overnight trips, thus we had to drop from Connersville for the year. Will be interesting to see what takes place there as well.
  2. Curious as we are less than two weeks from the start of the season, are there any schools still open? If so is anyone aware of what the plans are for those teams?
  3. See attached 2020-2021 Fall Clinic Meeting Minutes.docx
  4. EI Sports/ Cliff Keen/ Brute are offering two really high end prizes for the clinic raffle this year. The IHSWCA Fall Clinic is a long-standing event on he Indiana HS wrestling calendar. E.I. Sports and Apparel is proud to announce that for the 20th consecutive year they will be able to step up and help support this great event. Jeff Schaefer and the team at E.I. Sports in Evansville have worked with two of the longest running manufactures in the wrestling world to provide two great raffle prizes for this years event. E.I. Sports will be donating a set of Cliff Keen B
  5. Just got word of our first big raffle prize! EZ Flex mats will be donating a 9X9 home mat to the raffle. https://www.ezflexmats.com/wrestling/
  6. I probably missed this somewhere, but does anyone know what time the athletes for session 3 are allowed to show up? I know they wrestle at 1:00, but what is the earliest they can arrive? Thanks!
  7. I see a few possible negatives. 1. A rule like this would cause the teams that are already dominating to dominate even more. I wouldn't think that some dominant teams back-up knocking a small school kid who would have otherwise been a regional qualifier out of the tournament would be good for the growth of the sport at the small school. I've seen a few small schools say it would be good because their backup would get into the tournament, but they would most likely be 2 and out, and your kid who could be a regional qualifier is going to have a much tougher road. 2. I have found that
  8. Just received an email that Angola is now open.
  9. More curious than anything else... What high schools are still in session?
  10. I have been wondering the same... there is an elementary in Avon that has shut down for 2 weeks... that is a big time wrestling community obviously. https://fox59.com/news/education/hickory-elementary-school-in-avon-closed-2-weeks-after-student-tests-positive-for-covid-19-coronavirus-all-schools-closed-monday/
  11. How would you rank them? I have never been to Indy Nationals, but would agree that Frosh/Soph state should pry bump the Spartan Classic lol.
  12. Yeah that was what made the list kind of fun. I had/think the IHPO could be as high as 3 or 4 on this list. I kind of thought about what I would like my kids to win the most... I think that winning an ISWA state title is a bigger deal than winning the IHPO, even though the IHPO may have better talent if that makes sense.
  13. In terms of prestige, talent, the event, what would you consider the top 10 events in Indiana Wrestling? It was the ISWA Folkstyle State finals that got me thinking about this. So anyhow here is my list with about 5 minutes of thought put into it. 1. IHSAA State Finals 2. IHSAA Semi-State 3. IHSWCA Team State 4. ISWA Folkstyle State 5. Al Smith 6. ISWA Freestyle/Greco State 7. IHPO 8. Mater Dei Holiday Classic 9. Middle School State 10. Connersville Spartan Classic- We go there so this maybe a bit of a homer pick!
  14. I was going to look this up, I am glad you did. I think the whole "one sport athlete" idea isn't really as prevalent at most schools as people believe, and really you just see those few really elite teams that have situations in which you have large groups of kids focus only on wrestling. Having coached at a small school for a number of years, and for the past few at the biggest school in the area I can tell you from my experience coaching at both is really similar. Most of the kids play multiple sports. The big school has more athletes available, but not all of them choose to wrestle
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