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  1. "The wavier or petition process has been around for as long as I have belonged on the ISWA board."The response I received from the ISWA did not indicate there was a wavier process back in March. AT THE END OF THE DAY MY SON DID NOT WRESTLE THIS WEEKEND NOT BECUASE HE DIDN'T WANT TO, IT'S BECAUSE I TOLD HIM HE MADE A CHOICE AND HE DID NOT QUALIFY, BECAUSE HE CHOSE TO COMPETE IN OTHER "FOLKSTYLE" TOURNAMENTS AND PLAY SPRING FOOTBALL. "But one thing you can be certain of, we are here volunteering for your kids." Thank you I e-mailed ISWA March 16, 2015: Good Morning I am trying figure out how to meet this requirement of hitting 2 local Freestyle tournaments for my son to participate in Freestyle State, but looking at the schedule it's not going to work. My son Hayden is playing spring football and the games are on Saturdays, plus you throw in spring break March 27- April 5th and the Elm Duals April 10,11,12, OTC, Gladiator Duals/Viper Pit . Example: Mooresville Freestyle open is this weekend start time is 10:00 his game is at 11:00. Again all of his games are on Saturday. I wanted to know if there is going to be any exemptions or any changes or do I just tell him either football or freestyle? ISWA Response March 16, 2015 At this time I do not for see any changes to this rule as we are now beginning freestyle season. The requirement is 2 local tournaments, and unfortunately there will be no exceptions made to this. Perhaps there is 1 weekend when they don't have a game and you could squeeze one in? And maybe he misses a game?
  2. For next year it might help with numbers if hosting schools kept wrestling on Sunday instead of Saturday where it conflicts with kids playing other sports. Question for hosting schools: Is there any reason to have freestyle on Saturday vs Sunday? Most Folkstyle Tournaments are on Sunday, but almost all Freestyle tournaments are on Saturday.
  3. Wasn't N. Lee Resisted at the same weight for Super 32? I would think this match-up could happen at Fargo, Flo, or Super 32 this year. How close was Lee to 132, you say Red will not swallow his pride, but Lee could have went 126 to wrestle Red this year 2014-15 IHSWCA Team State Duals just like Red could of bumped up and wrestled N. Lee. Obviously as a fan everyone wants to see the best wrestle each other and if they don't the conversation of someone is avoiding the other person will always happen. My point is there have been opportunities for both to make this happen.
  4. 1993 State Finals never seen someone get Booed like Cameron Smith, this was the same year I think Chris Lytle had nasty cut over his eye almost couldn't advance because they couldn't get it to stop bleeding, which I think had some influence on blood time/injury time.
  5. I would pick Vinny as one of the best to not win it. 160 Rhett Hiestand, Yorktown 12 47-2 Vinny Corsaro, Indianapolis Cathedral 12 48-1 152 Josh Farrell, Greenfield-Central 12 48-0 Vinny Corsaro, Indianapolis Cathedral 11 46-4 145 Jason Tsirtsis, Crown Point 12 42-0 Vincent Corsaro, Indianapolis Cathedral 10 35-4
  6. Yep wrestling Folkstyle year around and it seems there are more dual teams competing year around too.
  7. Question: Anyone know what the factor was to going back to the qualifying format? Freestyle Numbers Looked at some history 2006-2007 total numbers: 1304 and I do believe you had to qualify and this was the last year for the qualifying format, plus this was the first year they had Freestyle and Greco on the same weekend and it was at the fairgrounds 2013-2014 total numbers: 787 last year
  8. 120 #5 Bailey over #1 Elliott 3-2
  9. Greenwood WC just wrestled off for Johnson County duals last night and we have 5 really good 55 pounders. I would like to see the weights change and make them smaller increments and not allow any alternates. No Alternates rule should apply for ISWA State duals and it should be up to the hosting school to determine if they will allow teams to have alternates and allow academy’s to wrestle in their event and this should be communicated in their event flyer and to the teams who plan to participate in the event. Greenwood WC wrestled the Carmel Duals and we were able to spread out all of our 55lbs and move kids because of the weights classes. For Johnson County and ISWA State duals a kid can only move up 1 weight class so if he weighs 52 next weight class is 60, now I have 2 other 55 pound kids who can’t wrestle because they can only wrestle up 1 weight class, but this might be a different issue for other clubs. Greenwood WC is missing HWT. I think the reason for current weights is to keep them aligned with USA/ISWA weight classes. Is this something that could be modified? No alternates: If you have no one at that weight the other team will only get 3 points not 6. However you will forfeit that weight the whole tournament. For all other clubs: What is the typical weight you would say you have the most kids and what weights are hard for you to fill? William Watson
  10. Thanks sslaymon: Whiteland and Greenwood have had friendship meets for several years, which is during the week and the format works out well for all. We separate by division and experience. We have the small kids on one side and the big kids on the other. NO Points are kept and lots of matches. Regardless, there will be 3 periods. If a kid gets pinned and there is still time in the first period they keep wrestling. The kid with the first take down goes to bottom in the 2nd period and then the top in the 3rd period. The ideal is to get mat time and kids are going to make mistakes or face a kid with more experience, this allows the kid to keep wrestling all 3 periods. We had this friendship meet with Center Grove and Perry too and arranged beforehand what weights, and middle schools kids are coming.
  11. Greenwood HS, enter door 31E Enter the gymnasium, take the stairs up to the Wrestling Room 6-730pm All wrestler's must have a USA Wrestling card Drill, Technique, a lot of Live Clinician this Thursday: Jay Yates NCAA All-American 2x Indiana State Placer Former head coach, University of Indianapolis Future Clinicians: Brian Smiley (1998 State Champ), Danny Irwin (Wabash College), Jason Warthan (UIndy), Mike Ester (Indiana Tech), others to be announced later
  12. Evansville 113 3 seed Jake Skaggs GW win by fall over 1 seed Austin Ely 145 Bailey Schober over Austin Spray 3-2
  13. Thompson is at 138. Bailey Schober is at 126 and the match up between Macri & Schober should happen this weekend at the Decatur Triple Duals.
  14. The Greenwood "Woodmen" will have a team at Dual state this year!!!!!
  15. Between Indiana Gold, Indiana Blue and Outlaws state placement this year. This did not include Indiana white, which had state places and a runner up. 12 State Champs 8 Runner ups 21 State Placers 9 DNP 4 FF 3 that I could not find results for state Starting at Pee-wee to Novice there are 51 State Champs and Runner UPs.
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  17. I am not sure I was not there....Sorry
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