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  1. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net When Tony Ersland took the job as Purdue University’s head wrestling coach he knew it would be a challenge to compete in arguably the toughest wrestling conference in the country. He embraced the challenge. Ersland’s Boilermakers finished the season ranked in the top 25 in the country. Purdue finished with a dual record of 10-8 overall and 3-6 in the Big Ten. Eight Boilermaker wrestlers will compete in the NCAA National Championships this week, starting Thursday. “There were a lot of positives for us this
  2. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net If anyone can teach a team to believe in itself, it’s Leroy Vega. Vega, who was told he was too small to wrestle collegiately, even after winning two Indiana state championships, went on to become a three time All-American at the University of Minnesota. Now Vega is instilling that confidence in the Portage High School team he coaches. “There are always going to be doubters that will tell you that you can’t do things,” Vega said. “Nobody knows the hard work you put in. Actions speak louder
  3. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net If anyone can teach a team to believe in itself, it’s Leroy Vega. Vega, who was told he was too small to wrestle collegiately, even after winning two Indiana state championships, went on to become a three time All-American at the University of Minnesota. Now Vega is instilling that confidence in the Portage High School team he coaches. “There are always going to be doubters that will tell you that you can’t do things,” Vega said. “Nobody knows the hard work you put in. Actions speak louder than words
  4. Brought to you by EI Sports JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Chad Red, Jr., or C.J as he is known, is one of Indiana’s most dominating high school wrestlers this season. He is the top 126-pounder in the state, and the No. 1 wrestler at that weight in the nation according to FloWrestling. Still, Red is always afraid that the next match might be the one he messes up in and loses. That’s what fuels him. “My goal is to be first in everything I do,” Red said. “I don’t like being ranked. I like to try and beat the odds. Now I have that number sign in front of my nam
  5. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Evansville Mater Dei got a late start to the wrestling season, like many teams with a successful football team. The school of just over 500 students reached the state championship game on the gridiron. That left little time to prepare for wrestling. But Mater Dei quickly adjusted, and is now a dominating force on the mats. “We got off to a late start because of football,” Wildcats coach Greg Schaefer said. “Over half of our lineup plays football. It’s not just our big guys either.” Schaefer wasn
  6. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Evansville Mater Dei got a late start to the wrestling season, like many teams with a successful football team. The school of just over 500 students reached the state championship game on the gridiron. That left little time to prepare for wrestling. But Mater Dei quickly adjusted, and is now a dominating force on the mats. “We got off to a late start because of football,” Wildcats coach Greg Schaefer said. “Over half of our lineup plays football. It’s not just our big guys either.” Schaefer wasn’t entirel
  7. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Four years ago Prairie Heights High School needed a wrestling coach. Applicants weren’t exactly lining up at the door to take over a program that had fallen on hard times. So the school’s athletic director approached an unlikely candidate — a former basketball player named Brett Smith. Smith, who teaches at the school district’s middle school, had no wrestling experience. He was related to the former wrestling coach, and had helped kids with lifting weights and staying in shape in the offseason. That
  8. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Four years ago Prairie Heights High School needed a wrestling coach. Applicants weren’t exactly lining up at the door to take over a program that had fallen on hard times. So the school’s athletic director approached an unlikely candidate — a former basketball player named Brett Smith. Smith, who teaches at the school district’s middle school, had no wrestling experience. He was related to the former wrestling coach, and had helped kids with lifting weights and staying in shape in the offseason. That was the
  9. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Drew Hughes has already had the type of high school wrestling career many dream of. He finished second in the state his freshman season and fifth last year. But Hughes is far from satisfied. Hughes doesn’t aim for fifth place. His goal is a championship — nothing less. Hughes sets the bar high for himself. Anything less than a state championship will be a disappointment. Last state tournament might have been a turning point in Hughes’ career. He had beaten Lawrence North’s Tommy Cash and Merrivill
  10. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net Drew Hughes has already had the type of high school wrestling career many dream of. He finished second in the state his freshman season and fifth last year. But Hughes is far from satisfied. Hughes doesn’t aim for fifth place. His goal is a championship — nothing less. Hughes sets the bar high for himself. Anything less than a state championship will be a disappointment. Last state tournament might have been a turning point in Hughes’ career. He had beaten Lawrence North’s Tommy Cash and Merriville’s Jaco
  11. Starting next week we will feature a weekly article about a wrestler, team, or interesting story from around the state. Post here or email me if you have potential story ideas. Thanks
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