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  1. Any predictions or surprises to watch for at the North East 8 Conference at Huntington North this Saturday? There should be some good matchups http://www.trackwres...namentId=199011 Teams are: Huntington North, Bellmont, Leo, New Haven, DeKalb, East Noble, Norwell, and Columbia City Some ranked kids in the Fort Wayne Semi-State are: By the Stats (# of kids ranked in Semi): Bellmont- 7 Kids East Noble- 2 DeKalb- 1 Leo- 1 New Haven- 2 Columbia City-1 106: #6 Jon-Matthew Spaw (East Noble) 120 #5 Trevor Boyce (DeKalb) 126 #1 Jon Becker (Bellmont) 138 #3 Grant Gutierrez (Bellmont) #5 Chase Hissong (Leo) 152 #2 Hunter Reed (Columbia City) 160 #3 Tony Busse (Bellmont) #4 Nate Weimer (East Noble) #5 Nick Potter (New Haven) 170 #2 Bryce Baumgartner (Bellmont) #8 Jonyvan Johnson (New Haven) 182 #8 Caden Friedt (Bellmont) 195 #3 Caleb Hankenson (Bellmont) 285 #5 Braiden Shaw (Bellmont)
  2. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net East Noble seniors Connor Knapp and Garrett Pepple weren’t exactly friends their freshman year. In fact, they didn’t even like each other much. The two were competing for the same varsity spot at 106 pounds. It was a position they both wanted badly. Ultimately, Knapp won the weight class and Pepple spent most of the season on the junior varsity squad. Knapp went on to qualify for state as a freshman. “My goal going into my freshman year was to qualify for state,” Pepple said. “I wanted to have a good record, too. But we had a solid team and I only weighed about 100 pounds. I had multiple chances to earn a spot. Connor and I wrestled off once, and he beat me. Then I went up to 113 pounds and I won the spot, until our 120 pounder dropped down and took it from me. “When you compete for a spot with someone it’s hard to be close friends. There was a little hate between us.” The next year, things changed. Knapp moved up to 113 pounds and Pepple stayed at 106. The two were no longer competing for the same spot, and they started to become friends. That season Pepple made a huge stride. He went from a JV wrestler the year before, to finishing second in the state as a sophomore. Knapp placed 4th. “At first we didn’t really talk much at all,” Knapp said. “But the next year we started to become friends. We started training together. Now he’s like my brother.” The two seniors began pushing each other to get better. Pepple is considered a very good top wrestler, and Knapp needed work on bottom. Pepple’s top work helped. “Garrett is really good on top,” Knapp said. “A lot of the stuff he does is what some of the top guys I go up against are going to do. He gives me a good idea of how to counter things. Pretty much in every position there are certain things he can do that normal wrestlers wouldn’t have the confidence to do. We both have our advantages and that helps push both of us.” As juniors Pepple placed second at 113 pounds. Knapp finished third at 120. “After finishing second my sophomore year I was happy with that,” Pepple said. “Maybe I was even a little complacent. But my junior year, my goal was a state championship and nothing else. Placing second still haunts me. I don’t want it to happen again.” Pepple says he has been much more focused this season. He is the No. 1 ranked 113 pounder in the state. “There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of what it could be like to win a state championship,” Pepple said. “My dream, my goal is to be a state champ. That’s all I can think about. I’ve visualized myself winning so many times. I walk around my room just thinking about it for hours. I have even planned my celebration if I win. It won’t be anything cocky, but I’ll definitely celebrate if I can win it.” Both wrestlers are pushing each other to get better in the room. East Noble has had only one state champion before. Pepple and Knapp wants to change that. “Iron sharpens iron,” Pepple said. “It’s great to have such a tough drill partner who is going to push you to be your best.” Outside of school Knapp loves to draw action pictures. It’s a talent not many know about. He is also an elementary school teaching assistant. He works one-on-one with children, and he said it’s something he absolutely loves doing. As far as the future, he is still trying to decide what he wants to do. “I’m trying to decide on whether I want to wrestle in college or not,” Knapp said. “I’d like to be a Force Recon Marine. I’ve dreamed about that my whole life. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. Now I think, why not – I have the tools.” Pepple plans to attend Indiana University where he wants to wrestle. He is either going into the medical field, business or education. Pepple says the biggest turning point so far in his career was when he shattered his lower leg playing sharks and minnows in practice before his freshman season. He broke two bones, and had to have multiple screws put in along with a metal plate to stabilize it. “I didn’t know if I’d ever wrestle again,” he said. “But I worked hard and came back. That showed me I can overcome anything.” Both wrestlers are hoping they can overcome all of the obstacles the state tournament presents, and stand together as state champions. If you have a #WrestlingWednesday idea, please contact Jeremy Hines at jerhines@cinergymetro.net.
  3. Brought to you by EI Sports By JEREMY HINES jerhines@cinergymetro.net East Noble seniors Connor Knapp and Garrett Pepple weren’t exactly friends their freshman year. In fact, they didn’t even like each other much. The two were competing for the same varsity spot at 106 pounds. It was a position they both wanted badly. Ultimately, Knapp won the weight class and Pepple spent most of the season on the junior varsity squad. Knapp went on to qualify for state as a freshman. “My goal going into my freshman year was to qualify for state,” Pepple said. “I wanted to have a good record, too. But we had a solid team and I only weighed about 100 pounds. I had multiple chances to earn a spot. Connor and I wrestled off once, and he beat me. Then I went up to 113 pounds and I won the spot, until our 120 pounder dropped down and took it from me. “When you compete for a spot with someone it’s hard to be close friends. There was a little hate between us.” The next year, things changed. Knapp moved up to 113 pounds and Pepple stayed at 106. The two were no longer competing for the same spot, and they started to become friends. That season Pepple made a huge stride. He went from a JV wrestler the year before, to finishing second in the state as a sophomore. Knapp placed 4th. “At first we didn’t really talk much at all,” Knapp said. “But the next year we started to become friends. We started training together. Now he’s like my brother.” The two seniors began pushing each other to get better. Pepple is considered a very good top wrestler, and Knapp needed work on bottom. Pepple’s top work helped. “Garrett is really good on top,” Knapp said. “A lot of the stuff he does is what some of the top guys I go up against are going to do. He gives me a good idea of how to counter things. Pretty much in every position there are certain things he can do that normal wrestlers wouldn’t have the confidence to do. We both have our advantages and that helps push both of us.” As juniors Pepple placed second at 113 pounds. Knapp finished third at 120. “After finishing second my sophomore year I was happy with that,” Pepple said. “Maybe I was even a little complacent. But my junior year, my goal was a state championship and nothing else. Placing second still haunts me. I don’t want it to happen again.” Pepple says he has been much more focused this season. He is the No. 1 ranked 113 pounder in the state. “There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of what it could be like to win a state championship,” Pepple said. “My dream, my goal is to be a state champ. That’s all I can think about. I’ve visualized myself winning so many times. I walk around my room just thinking about it for hours. I have even planned my celebration if I win. It won’t be anything cocky, but I’ll definitely celebrate if I can win it.” Both wrestlers are pushing each other to get better in the room. East Noble has had only one state champion before. Pepple and Knapp wants to change that. “Iron sharpens iron,” Pepple said. “It’s great to have such a tough drill partner who is going to push you to be your best.” Outside of school Knapp loves to draw action pictures. It’s a talent not many know about. He is also an elementary school teaching assistant. He works one-on-one with children, and he said it’s something he absolutely loves doing. As far as the future, he is still trying to decide what he wants to do. “I’m trying to decide on whether I want to wrestle in college or not,” Knapp said. “I’d like to be a Force Recon Marine. I’ve dreamed about that my whole life. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. Now I think, why not – I have the tools.” Pepple plans to attend Indiana University where he wants to wrestle. He is either going into the medical field, business or education. Pepple says the biggest turning point so far in his career was when he shattered his lower leg playing sharks and minnows in practice before his freshman season. He broke two bones, and had to have multiple screws put in along with a metal plate to stabilize it. “I didn’t know if I’d ever wrestle again,” he said. “But I worked hard and came back. That showed me I can overcome anything.” Both wrestlers are hoping they can overcome all of the obstacles the state tournament presents, and stand together as state champions. If you have a #WrestlingWednesday idea, please contact Jeremy Hines at jerhines@cinergymetro.net. Click here to view the article
  4. This is well worth the read http://www.kpcnews.com/sports/article_01fa4fec-8297-5031-ac0b-4846fba9fb8e.html?mode=jqm
  5. By Kassie Barroquillo k.barroquillo@gmail.com KENDALLVILLE — Despite losing to Columbia City, 40-29, Wednesday, East Noble ended its senior night with a cheering crowd, a trophy, and an excited team — all thanks to a wrestler who has become the heart of the squad. Senior John Herron pinned fellow senior Jake Weimer in an exhibition match immediately following the end of the Knights’ varsity meet. He has been on the wrestling team for three years. Herron has been the recipient of the team spirit award for the past two years; he is always one of the loudest people cheering for his teammates; and he has Down Syndrome. Read More at http://www.kpcnews.com/sports/article_01fa4fec-8297-5031-ac0b-4846fba9fb8e.html
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