That was a very good Hobart team from top to bottom. If I recall correctly, they had to scramble to find a 215 after the starter suffered a season ending injury late in the year? 10 of those guys from that lineup were state qualifiers at one point in their careers. Even the guys who weren't state qualifiers were dangerous. Guys like Hurst and Rayner owned plenty of wins over well known wreslters. I recall Rayner knocking off Fred Joseph in a meet at Hobart. Frankie Debusk was very dangerous and was capable of pinning anyone. He placed 5th at state that year and had several big wins via the controversial "slop drop" move he used to use. Weber was a 2 time placer as was Rodriguez. Cantu placed 7th or 8th that year. Ramos was a 3 timer. Definitely the best Hobart team ever.