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  1. 3a teams like Columbus East, Bloomington South, Northridge, and maybe a few others will be in the same situation. If you skip Al Smith you might not get in the following year.
  2. Chesterton, Crown Point, Cathedral, and Perry are all at Al Smith. What are these schools going to do if you qualify? I believe Al Smith is just two days before team state next year.
  3. Placed 2nd to PM in 2011...beating MD in the Semi-Finals.
  4. PM has a strong MS group, but not likely that any make the lineup. Our last practice had 68 wrestlers. We return, Cottey, Koontz, and Warren. Semi-state returners: Morton, Haggerty, Mckivitz, Dale, and McClure. Add to that group Toby Billerman and Ronin Hammond. We will be right with the best of them.
  5. To all the people saying you shouldn't be able to wrestle after defaulting please answer this: If a wrestler is in a tight match and is injured due to an illegal move, why should he feel it necessary to continue wrestling at a disadvantage? Why should he feel he can't try to wrestle his next match at a disadvantage? I have coached for almost 20 years, and have never won a match defaulting. I have had a kid, getting drilled, get injured by a slam a few times and just gave the win to the other guy. I know you are going to say that some coaches or wrestler
  6. This was mentioned in the above scenario. The coaches voted to seed the kid if he is wrestling. The powers at be think that not seeding a kid is an appropriate punishment. They don't understand that if the unseeded wrestler beats a good kid first round there is a good chance to face a seeded wrestler in the consolation semis.
  7. ^ BG coach is not out of pocket as we were told at the seeding meeting that a wrestler did not make scratch weight, but the wrestler had a waiver to wrestle in that class. After further investigation it appears that the wrestler did wrestle in that class at least one time before Christmas, so he would have made scratch. His scratch weight was not a "qualifying" weigh-in. Still a bunch of garbage as many wrestlers/coaches go to a great deal of trouble making sure kids don't weigh-in too light or too heavy from meet to meet just to make sure the weigh-in is "green."
  8. Maligned, Does this mean that the 3A and 4A teams will be having the dreaded bye round as well as the smaller schools?
  9. I think a JV state would do just that. Only kids that didn't wrestle in a sectional. I think this would be an awesome way to get the non-varsity kids into the off season. I am not against the tournament. I just know that we do have folkstyle state in just a few weeks.
  10. I like to play devils advocate. Before I post I want to say that PM will have kids at Frosh/Soph state. I really don't see a huge difference between this and what takes place a couple weeks later at Warren(Cadet Folkstyle State). Here are some cadet results from two years ago...the talent was there! Cadet - 106 Guaranteed Places 1st Place - Noah Mis of Region Wrestling Academy 2nd Place - Brayden Lowery of Perry Meridian WC 3rd Place - Tyler Conley of Avon WC 4th Place - Logan Bailey of Fighting Irish WC 5th Place - Nathan Hadary of Penn
  11. We aren't holding RTC at PM on Tuesday due to awards presentations and finals. Thanks to all the wrestlers and clinicians this spring!
  12. We will be showing a little technique before wrestling tonight. We have a couple guys coming to show a little, but we will wrestle a lot. Continue to get better this spring! Starts at 6:00 tonight.
  13. This week we have Coach Mauer in the the room Tuesday May 8. He had a pretty decent high school career, but we have seen Mauer/Coughlin in action once a week at PM for the past two spring seasons. These guys do a great job for sure! Come see what central Indiana is missing. Enter the main entrance and turn left at the first hallway to the room.
  14. Big thanks to all the guys from Wabash that came to RTC last week. Tuesday we will have Indiana Tech and Coach Pompei. Pompei sent seven to NAIA championships and 6 were all american this year. We will get started at 6:00.
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