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  1. We're getting close to the best time of the year - the wrestling state tournament. Who are your picks for state champion locks? I don't want to put any undo pressure on these kids, but it is fun to discuss. I'm putting my locks as Cottey at 106, Moran at 113, Littell at 120 and Allred at 195.
  2. Indiana wrestlers represented well in the Flo National High School Rankings updated January 23rd 2018 as we go into Indiana State Series . #16 106- Jacob Moran, Portage, Jr. #20 113- Brayden Curtis, Yorktown, Jr. #14 126- Asa Garcia, Avon, Jr. #10 145- Kasper McIntosh, Portage, Sr. #1 152- Brayton Lee, Brownsburg, Sr. #6 195- Lucas Davison, Chesterton, Sr. #1 220- Mason Parris, Lawrenceburg, Sr. #15 285- Eli Pokerney, Chesterton, Jr.
  3. Otterbein University, located just north of Columbus, Ohio, is set to begin its first season of competition in more than 40 years! Thanks to Head Coach Brent Rastetter, the program's resurrection is picking up serious momentum leading up to the start of the NCAA wrestling season. The schedule is set, the wrestlers are on campus, and the preparation has begun. Competing in the Ohio Athletic Conference, Otterbein University will be in the hunt for conference and national titles right from the start. Follow one of the country's newest wrestling programs and find out how you can be a part of
  4. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday the winner of this week's Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honor. Indiana sophomore Luke Blanton (149) picked up his first career weekly award. Blanton had one of the best weekends of his young Indiana career. On December 11, at 20th-ranked Minnesota, Blanton came from behind to upset No. 10 Jake Short in the penultimate bout of the dual. Blanton was behind 6-4 after two periods, then surged ahead with an 11-4 third round in his favor. Blanton sealed the win with a clutch takedown and a two-point nearfall on the edge of the mat wit
  5. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The Big Ten Conference announced Tuesday the winner of this week's Big Ten Wrestler of the Week honor. Indiana sophomore Luke Blanton (149) picked up his first career weekly award. Blanton had one of the best weekends of his young Indiana career. On December 11, at 20th-ranked Minnesota, Blanton came from behind to upset No. 10 Jake Short in the penultimate bout of the dual. Blanton was behind 6-4 after two periods, then surged ahead with an 11-4 third round in his favor. Blanton sealed the win with a clutch takedown and a two-point nearfall on the edge of the mat with
  6. IPWA H.S. officially starts Monday, March 2nd! Practices will be held every Monday and Wednesday from 7p-830p. Membership is $50/month With over 25 2015 IHSAA State qualifiers, including placers, champs, All-Americans, national champions, college wrestlers, etc., we offer one of the toughest rooms in the state. Led by an All-star staff including Indiana Hall of Famer and 3x undefeated IHSAA State Champion Steven Bradley, 2014 USAW Developmental Coach of the Year Nick Hull, as well as 3x World Medalist Katie Kriebel and 4x All-American Shane Perkey, the instruction is world c
  7. KRASNOYARSK, Russia – Andrew Howe (Norman, Okla./New York AC) won a silver medal at 74 kg/163 lbs. on the first day of the highly- respected Ivan Yarygin Memorial Grand Prix. In the finals, Howe lost to Ahmed Gadzhimagomedov of Russia in the finals, 2-2. The Russian led 2-0, when Howe scored twice in the final minute. The Russian won the tie-breaker by having the highest value scoring move, a two-pointer. Gadzhimagomedov has previously won gold medals at the Ramzan Kadirov Cup, the Moscow Lights and the Intercontinental Cup tournaments in Russia, as well as the Copa Brazil and the Ukrainian
  8. Figured this might be of interest to some 'round here http://www.mattalkonline.com/st132
  9. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - By sumbmitting their National Letters of Intent, five future student-athletes have signed to be members of the Hoosier Wrestling program starting with the 2015-16 season. Between them, the five wrestlers have seven state championships, three top five finishes at Flonationals and a Fargo Jr. National Champion. TOMMY CASH • 149/152 pounds Indianapolis, Ind. • Lawrence North H.S. - 123-4 career record - Indiana State Champion (138 lbs.) - Fifth at Flonationals GABE KOONTZ • 165 pounds Edgewood, Ind. • Edgewood H.S. - 106-23 career record - Third at I
  10. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - By sumbmitting their National Letters of Intent, five future student-athletes have signed to be members of the Hoosier Wrestling program starting with the 2015-16 season. Between them, the five wrestlers have seven state championships, three top five finishes at Flonationals and a Fargo Jr. National Champion. TOMMY CASH • 149/152 pounds Indianapolis, Ind. • Lawrence North H.S. - 123-4 career record - Indiana State Champion (138 lbs.) - Fifth at Flonationals GABE KOONTZ • 165 pounds Edgewood, Ind. • Edgewood H.S. - 106-23 career record - Third at Indiana s
  11. Harold Nichols Open Taylor Walsh (165) - Champion Nate Jackson (174) - 2nd Place Matt Irick (184) - 4th Place Luke Sheridan (197) - 4th Place Full Results Next Event: Keystone Classic at the Palestra (Philadelphia, Penn.) -- November 23, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook AMES, Iowa - Fourteen Hoosiers travelled to Ames, Iowa today to take on the Harold Nichols Open. For nine of them, this was their first action of the season. Indiana finished the day with four wrestlers on the podium. In his first bout of the day, redshirt senior Taylor Walsh earn
  12. Harold Nichols Open Taylor Walsh (165) - Champion Nate Jackson (174) - 2nd Place Matt Irick (184) - 4th Place Luke Sheridan (197) - 4th Place Full Results Next Event: Keystone Classic at the Palestra (Philadelphia, Penn.) -- November 23, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook AMES, Iowa - Fourteen Hoosiers travelled to Ames, Iowa today to take on the Harold Nichols Open. For nine of them, this was their first action of the season. Indiana finished the day with four wrestlers on the podium. In his first bout of the day, redshirt senior Taylor Walsh earn
  13. Freshman Fletcher Miller goes 4-0 to become MSU Open Champion. Michigan State Open Open Results | Freshman/Sophomore Results Next Event: Harold Nichols Open (Ames, Iowa) -- November 8, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook EAST LANSING, Mich. - This past weekend, 13 Hoosier wrestlers competed in the Michigan State Open,five of whom earned top-five finishes in their divisions. There were two divisions in each of the weight classes, Open and Freshman/Sophomore. Redshirt sophomoresJonathan Edwards (141), Trevor Moody (149), Gideon Van Hook (149) and
  14. Freshman Fletcher Miller goes 4-0 to become MSU Open Champion. Michigan State Open Open Results | Freshman/Sophomore Results Next Event: Harold Nichols Open (Ames, Iowa) -- November 8, 2014 Follow On Social Media: Twitter | Facebook EAST LANSING, Mich. - This past weekend, 13 Hoosier wrestlers competed in the Michigan State Open,five of whom earned top-five finishes in their divisions. There were two divisions in each of the weight classes, Open and Freshman/Sophomore. Redshirt sophomoresJonathan Edwards (141), Trevor Moody (149), Gideon Van Hook (149) and
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