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  1. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Kris Rumph and Kasper McIntosh have become familiar faces on the IHSAA State Finals wrestling scene. The two Portage High School grapplers have been on the mats at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis a combined five times and both competed under the lights in — Rumph placing second at 138 pounds in 2017 and McIntosh second at 145 in 2016. Seniors Rumph and McIntosh are back at those same weights and preparing for what they hope will be plenty more success in their final high school state tournament series. Portage scored a meet-record 2
  2. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Kris Rumph and Kasper McIntosh have become familiar faces on the IHSAA State Finals wrestling scene. The two Portage High School grapplers have been on the mats at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis a combined five times and both competed under the lights in — Rumph placing second at 138 pounds in 2017 and McIntosh second at 145 in 2016. Seniors Rumph and McIntosh are back at those same weights and preparing for what they hope will be plenty more success in their final high school state tournament series. Portage scored a meet-record 2
  3. 48 Teams (43) Ohio (3) Michigan (2) Indiana 5 National Ranked Teams (Intermat) No. 10 – Detroit Catholic Central (MI) No. 16 – Brecksville (OH) No. 30 – Lowell (MI) No. 36 – Portage (IN) No. 38 – Elyria (OH) 17 National Ranked Individual (Flo & Intermat) December 6th 106 – No. 1 – Jacob Decatur (CVCA-OH) 106 – No. 20 – Jacob Moran (Portage-IN) 113 – No. 11 – Dylan Shawver (Elyria_OH) 120 – No. 6 – Julian Tagg (Brecksville-OH) 120 – No. 11 – Ben Kamali (Detroit Catholic Central-MI) 120 – No. 16
  4. Two of the best coaching staffs in the region going at it Wednesday. I know it is early and these guys will have these kids ready to go in February but always a nice DAC rivalry. I expect a packed house in Portage 106: #1 Jacob Moran vs #13 Martin Cruz 113 Ricky Hedgus vs Juan Maldonado 120 #3 Brock Peele vs ??? 126 #5 Colin Poynter vs Jacob Maldonado(coming off a big win over #7Braxton Alexander) 132 Alec Luna vs Ahzur Ursey 138 #2 Kris Rumph vs Devin Pope 145 #1 Kasper Mcintosh vs #8 Malik Hoover 152 #3 DJ Washington vs Aaron Griggs 160 Zach
  5. As posted on FB: Indiana has three teams in the InterMat Fab 50. Brownsburg Wrestling 26th Portage 36th Perry Meridian Wrestling 45th This is the first time in memory that Indiana has had three teams in the top 50. I am wondering why a team like Cathedral does not make the Fab 50??? Also, why is Cathedral not at IHSWCA Team State 3A? (I am not questioning the point value calculation method, I just can't recall if they were offered and declined or if there was some reason they are not in).
  6. Its that time of year again! Harvest classic is always a great tourney filled with great match-ups. Last year we saw great matches such as Triana vs Poynter, Black vs Rumph, Mcintosh vs Johnson, McWilliams vs Murillo, also a mix of PM kids with a great showing as well. Hopefully, we will see OTR on the mic once again! Does anyone know if Region sports will be covering this again? What are your guys predictions?
  7. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES Thehines7@gmail.com There were times growing up as a wrestler in Portage that Darren Elkins wished he could have punched his opponent in the teeth. The 2004 state champion never acted on those impulses in high school. Now he makes a living trying to knock guys out. Elkins is a seasoned mixed martial arts fighter who is currently ranked No. 12 in the world in the UFC featherweight division. Elkins was the first featherweight to win five consecutive fights. “I always tell people this,” said Elkins. “I like to get wrestlers into
  8. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES Thehines7@gmail.com There were times growing up as a wrestler in Portage that Darren Elkins wished he could have punched his opponent in the teeth. The 2004 state champion never acted on those impulses in high school. Now he makes a living trying to knock guys out. Elkins is a seasoned mixed martial arts fighter who is currently ranked No. 12 in the world in the UFC featherweight division. Elkins was the first featherweight to win five consecutive fights. “I always tell people this,” said Elkins. “I like to get wrestlers into the g
  9. 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
  10. 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
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