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  1. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com A quiet leader continues to make noise for the Goshen High School wrestling program. By scoring three first-period pins and earning a second straight Goshen Regional title GHS 106-pounder senior Fernando Flores heads to the Fort Wayne Semistate with a 2017-18 season record of 39-3. At 145-26, “Nando” is No. 2 on Goshen’s all-time victory list. Program No. 1 Andrew Yoder, who went 40-4 and placed fourth at the state meet as a senior in 1998, finished his prep mat career at 156-36. “I like going out there and competing and having a
  2. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com “We have two from the Patriots of Jay County!” Gaven Hare and Mason Winner are back for their second appearance in the IHSAA State Finals “Parade of Champions.” Once the pre-meet pageantry is over at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis Friday night, it’s time to get down to business for 220-pound senior Hare and 160-pounder Winner. There’s no more “just happy to be here.” Hare was a state qualifier at 220 as a junior. Winner placed seventh at 145 as a freshman. This year, Hare’s postseason path has included runner-
  3. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com When Trent McCormick became head wrestling coach at Yorktown High School, he was a teenager leading teenagers. Over the decades, McCormick turned the Tigers into a mat powerhouse. In his 30 seasons, Yorktown sent many wrestlers to the State Finals in Indianapolis. Fifty-nine times, they headed back to Delaware County as state placers. Six times, they were state champions — Ross Janey (285 in 2010), Devon Jackson (138 in 2012), Rhett Hiestand (160 in 2014), Brad Laughlin (160 in 2017), Brayden Curtis (106 in 2017 and 113 in 2018). McCormic
  4. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com When Trent McCormick became head wrestling coach at Yorktown High School, he was a teenager leading teenagers. Over the decades, McCormick turned the Tigers into a mat powerhouse. In his 30 seasons, Yorktown sent many wrestlers to the State Finals in Indianapolis. Fifty-nine times, they headed back to Delaware County as state placers. Six times, they were state champions — Ross Janey (285 in 2010), Devon Jackson (138 in 2012), Rhett Hiestand (160 in 2014), Brad Laughlin (160 in 2017), Brayden Curtis (106 in 2017 and 113 in 2018). McCormic
  5. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com “We have two from the Patriots of Jay County!” Gaven Hare and Mason Winner are back for their second appearance in the IHSAA State Finals “Parade of Champions.” Once the pre-meet pageantry is over at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis Friday night, it’s time to get down to business for 220-pound senior Hare and 160-pounder Winner. There’s no more “just happy to be here.” Hare was a state qualifier at 220 as a junior. Winner placed seventh at 145 as a freshman. This year, Hare’s postseason path has included runner-
  6. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com A quiet leader continues to make noise for the Goshen High School wrestling program. By scoring three first-period pins and earning a second straight Goshen Regional title GHS 106-pounder senior Fernando Flores heads to the Fort Wayne Semistate with a 2017-18 season record of 39-3. At 145-26, “Nando” is No. 2 on Goshen’s all-time victory list. Program No. 1 Andrew Yoder, who went 40-4 and placed fourth at the state meet as a senior in 1998, finished his prep mat career at 156-36. “I like going out there and competing and having a
  7. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com The Diaz family was on the ground floor in building the wrestling program at Wheeler High School. Now, two Diaz siblings are reaching for the heights during the 2017-18 IHSAA state tournament series. At the Jan. 27 Crown Point Sectional, senior Jose Diaz Jr. placed second at 113 pounds and sophomore Giovanni Diaz finished first at 106. They both move on to the Feb. 3 Crown Point Regional. “He’s very intelligent,” says third-year Wheeler head coach Robin Haddox of Jose Jr. “He knows the sport very well. He’s extremely fast. He’s strong. H
  8. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com The Diaz family was on the ground floor in building the wrestling program at Wheeler High School. Now, two Diaz siblings are reaching for the heights during the 2017-18 IHSAA state tournament series. At the Jan. 27 Crown Point Sectional, senior Jose Diaz Jr. placed second at 113 pounds and sophomore Giovanni Diaz finished first at 106. They both move on to the Feb. 3 Crown Point Regional. “He’s very intelligent,” says third-year Wheeler head coach Robin Haddox of Jose Jr. “He knows the sport very well. He’s extremely fast. He’s strong. H
  9. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Cousins Conner Graber and Owen Eveler were born into a wrestling family. Every time the Northridge High School seniors step on the mat, they have a small army of relatives clad in green and gold enthusiastically cheering them on. “It’s a huge factor,” says Owen of the family appreciation for the sport. “It’s been bred in us since we were young. “You can definitely pick out the Northridge crowd.” Such is also the case for sophomore Oliver Eveler, junior Adam Hooley and freshman Logan Hooley. They also part of the second gene
  10. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Cousins Conner Graber and Owen Eveler were born into a wrestling family. Every time the Northridge High School seniors step on the mat, they have a small army of relatives clad in green and gold enthusiastically cheering them on. “It’s a huge factor,” says Owen of the family appreciation for the sport. “It’s been bred in us since we were young. “You can definitely pick out the Northridge crowd.” Such is also the case for sophomore Oliver Eveler, junior Adam Hooley and freshman Logan Hooley. They also part of the second gene
  11. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com “Warrior Tough” was on display in the Summit City. Years of effort were rewarded when Wawasee climbed to the peak that is the Class 2A championship at the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Team State Duals. The Warriors beat Franklin County 54-19, Bellmont 49-25, North Montgomery 31-28 and Garrett 37-33 for the right to hoist the trophy Saturday, Dec. 23 at Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. “This has been a long time building,” says Frank Bumgardner, Wawasee’s third-year head coach of the program’s resurgence and his 2017-18 team’s quali
  12. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com “Warrior Tough” was on display in the Summit City. Years of effort were rewarded when Wawasee climbed to the peak that is the Class 2A championship at the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Team State Duals. The Warriors beat Franklin County 54-19, Bellmont 49-25, North Montgomery 31-28 and Garrett 37-33 for the right to hoist the trophy Saturday, Dec. 23 at Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. “This has been a long time building,” says Frank Bumgardner, Wawasee’s third-year head coach of the program’s resurgence and his 2017-18 team’s quali
  13. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com There’s only so much time to prepare. That is one of many lessons sophomore Graham Calhoun has learned while competing for veteran head coach Bob Read and his staff as part of the Plymouth High School wrestling program. After going 44-5 and placing seventh at the IHSAA State Finals as a freshman 138-pounder in 2016-17, Calhoun is off to a strong start to the 2017-18 season. “We don’t want to waste a second of practice,” says Read, an Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Famer and Billy Thom Award winner who has produced
  14. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com There’s only so much time to prepare. That is one of many lessons sophomore Graham Calhoun has learned while competing for veteran head coach Bob Read and his staff as part of the Plymouth High School wrestling program. After going 44-5 and placing seventh at the IHSAA State Finals as a freshman 138-pounder in 2016-17, Calhoun is off to a strong start to the 2017-18 season. “We don’t want to waste a second of practice,” says Read, an Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Association Hall of Famer and Billy Thom Award winner who has produced
  15. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Heavyweight wrestler Alex Cartwright was very close to representing LaVille High School at the IHSAA State Finals in 2016-17. An overtime loss in the East Chicago Semistate “ticket” round separated the big Lancer from appearing on the mats at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Cartwright took part in his first state tournament series as a sophomore and won the 285-pound title at the LaPorte Sectional, pinning his last two opponents. He placed second at the Crown Point Regional, defaulting in the finals because of a neck injury.
  16. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Heavyweight wrestler Alex Cartwright was very close to representing LaVille High School at the IHSAA State Finals in 2016-17. An overtime loss in the East Chicago Semistate “ticket” round separated the big Lancer from appearing on the mats at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Cartwright took part in his first state tournament series as a sophomore and won the 285-pound title at the LaPorte Sectional, pinning his last two opponents. He placed second at the Crown Point Regional, defaulting in the finals because of a neck injury.
  17. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com A willingness to work toward constant improvement has helped raise Elkhart Central High School’s wrestling profile on the bigger stage. The 2016-17 Blue Blazers forged an 11-5 dual-meet record, beat crosstown rival Elkhart Memorial in a dual meet for the first time in many years then raised an Elkhart Sectional team trophy for the first time in 28. With Nick Conner (285 pounds), Tykease Baker (160) and Xander Stroud (145) winning their respective weight classes Blue Blazers edged Northridge by two points. It was the ECHS program’s first sectio
  18. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com A willingness to work toward constant improvement has helped raise Elkhart Central High School’s wrestling profile on the bigger stage. The 2016-17 Blue Blazers forged an 11-5 dual-meet record, beat crosstown rival Elkhart Memorial in a dual meet for the first time in many years then raised an Elkhart Sectional team trophy for the first time in 28. With Nick Conner (285 pounds), Tykease Baker (160) and Xander Stroud (145) winning their respective weight classes Blue Blazers edged Northridge by two points. It was the ECHS program’s first sectio
  19. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Evan Ellis is studious in more ways than one. The unbeaten heavyweight wrestler from Eastern High School in Greentown is a student of the sport. “I watch 20 hours of FloWrestling a week,” Ellis said. “I’m watching the Big Ten. I’m watching different things. I’ve just infatuated myself with (wrestling).” After placing eighth in 2015 and third in 2016 at 220, Ellis has has qualified for his third straight IHSAA State Finals (he drew 28-8 senior Brendan Sutton of Jennings County in the first round at 285 on Friday, Feb. 17 at Bankers Life Field
  20. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Evan Ellis is studious in more ways than one. The unbeaten heavyweight wrestler from Eastern High School in Greentown is a student of the sport. “I watch 20 hours of FloWrestling a week,” Ellis said. “I’m watching the Big Ten. I’m watching different things. I’ve just infatuated myself with (wrestling).” After placing eighth in 2015 and third in 2016 at 220, Ellis has has qualified for his third straight IHSAA State Finals (he drew 28-8 senior Brendan Sutton of Jennings County in the first round at 285 on Friday, Feb. 17 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
  21. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Mighty in achievement if not mighty in size. That describes Central Noble High School’s wrestling program. The Cougars went 15-8 in 2016-17 dual meets and earned the school’s first sectional runner-up finish, trailing perennial powerhouse Prairie Heights at Westview while sending 10 to the Goshen Regional, where the squad finished 10th and advanced two to the Feb. 11 Fort Wayne Semistate. In December, Central Noble placed eighth in the Indiana High School Wrestling Association Team State Duals. The school was there for the second time in three seasons.
  22. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Mighty in achievement if not mighty in size. That describes Central Noble High School’s wrestling program. The Cougars went 15-8 in 2016-17 dual meets and earned the school’s first sectional runner-up finish, trailing perennial powerhouse Prairie Heights at Westview while sending 10 to the Goshen Regional, where the squad finished 10th and advanced two to the Feb. 11 Fort Wayne Semistate. In December, Central Noble placed eighth in the Indiana High School Wrestling Association Team State Duals. The school was there for the second time in three season
  23. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Brendan Black has learned to deal with adversity during his many years on the mat and it’s made him a better wrestler. Now a Hobart High School senior, Black was introduced to the sport at 3. In his third season of competition, he made it to the freestyle state finals. “I completely got my butt whipped,” Black, the Indiana University verbal commit, said. “It was bad.” By third grade, Black placed third at the same tournament and has ascended from there. Even the rare setbacks have helped him. “Every time I’ve gotten a bad loss, it’s mad
  24. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Brendan Black has learned to deal with adversity during his many years on the mat and it’s made him a better wrestler. Now a Hobart High School senior, Black was introduced to the sport at 3. In his third season of competition, he made it to the freestyle state finals. “I completely got my butt whipped,” Black, the Indiana University verbal commit, said. “It was bad.” By third grade, Black placed third at the same tournament and has ascended from there. Even the rare setbacks have helped him. “Every time I’ve gotten a bad loss, it’s made
  25. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Merrillville High School has enjoyed many championships in David Maldonado's 15 years as head wrestling coach. Since that first season in 2002-03, the Pirates have appeared in the IHSAA Team State Finals three times (2006, 2007 and 2008) and won 12 sectionals, seven regionals and four semistates as a team. Merrillville has had three top-three places for the Coaches Cup (team score at individual state tournament) on Maldonado's watch with a third in 2005, second in 2006 and third in 2007. There have been nine
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