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  1. 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?
  2. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Penn has been an IHSAA state championship contender in most years since Brad Harper took over as head coach of the Kingsmen in 2006. In 2015, Penn won its first state team title. The goal every year is reach the top of the Indiana heap. It’s also to grow the program’s reputation in the state and beyond. At any given time during the high school season, there are around close to 100 wrestlers striving to get better while also forming a bond. “The family atmosphere — that’s huge for us,” Harper said. “That’s why we have 90
  3. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Penn has been an IHSAA state championship contender in most years since Brad Harper took over as head coach of the Kingsmen in 2006. In 2015, Penn won its first state team title. The goal every year is reach the top of the Indiana heap. It’s also to grow the program’s reputation in the state and beyond. At any given time during the high school season, there are around close to 100 wrestlers striving to get better while also forming a bond. “The family atmosphere — that’s huge for us,” Harper said. “That’s why we have 90 kids on the tea
  4. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com IOWA CITY, Iowa — Sarah Hildebrandt’s U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials experience didn’t end the way she wanted. Wrestling with a right knee injury (impingement and torn meniscus) that few people knew about heading into the tournament, the Penn High School graduate went 3-2 in the 53 kg (116.5 pounds) bracket Sunday, April 10 at the University of Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The former King University grappler was dominant in her three victories, but her losses were by superiority and pin. “I actually felt pretty relaxed out there,” Hildebra
  5. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com IOWA CITY, Iowa — Sarah Hildebrandt’s U.S. Olympic Wrestling Team Trials experience didn’t end the way she wanted. Wrestling with a right knee injury (impingement and torn meniscus) that few people knew about heading into the tournament, the Penn High School graduate went 3-2 in the 53 kg (116.5 pounds) bracket Sunday, April 10 at the University of Iowa’s Carver-Hawkeye Arena. The former King University grappler was dominant in her three victories, but her losses were by superiority and pin. “I actually felt pretty relaxed out there,” Hildebrandt
  6. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com A bond shared between siblings is a big part of why they are among the top wrestlers in their realm — big sister at the national and international level and little brother near the top of the high school pinnacle. Sarah Hildebrandt, 22, is a member of Team USA and trying to earn a spot for the 2016 Rio Olympics. The 2011 Penn High School graduate, just completed a national team training camp in Iowa City, Iowa, the site of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Wrestling on April 9-10. She is among those going for spots at 53 kg (116.8 pounds). Drew H
  7. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com A bond shared between siblings is a big part of why they are among the top wrestlers in their realm — big sister at the national and international level and little brother near the top of the high school pinnacle. Sarah Hildebrandt, 22, is a member of Team USA and trying to earn a spot for the 2016 Rio Olympics. The 2011 Penn High School graduate, just completed a national team training camp in Iowa City, Iowa, the site of the U.S. Olympic Team Trials for Wrestling on April 9-10. She is among those going for spots at 53 kg (116.8 pounds). Drew Hil
  8. By STEVE KRAH Five Penn wrestlers made it to the championship mat and helped the Kingsmen take the team title at Mishawaka High School’s famed Al Smith Classic for the fourth straight time. Seniors Drew Hildebrandt (22-0 at 120 pounds) and Kobe Woods (12-0 at 220) were winners and junior Kory Cavanaugh (21-2 at 106) and seniors Austin Slates (20-1 at 113) and Cameron Beam (19-4 at 145) were both runners-up in helping Penn hoist the hardware at Mishawaka for the fifth time in six years. “This was the most grinding,” Kingsmen coach Brad Harper said. “There were no easy matches.” Wh
  9. By STEVE KRAH Five Penn wrestlers made it to the championship mat and helped the Kingsmen take the team title at Mishawaka High School’s famed Al Smith Classic for the fourth straight time. Seniors Drew Hildebrandt (22-0 at 120 pounds) and Kobe Woods (12-0 at 220) were winners and junior Kory Cavanaugh (21-2 at 106) and seniors Austin Slates (20-1 at 113) and Cameron Beam (19-4 at 145) were both runners-up in helping Penn hoist the hardware at Mishawaka for the fifth time in six years. “This was the most grinding,” Kingsmen coach Brad Harper said. “There were no easy matches.” While
  10. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Pressure. It makes some athletes wilt and others rise to the occasion. Put Kobe Woods in the latter category. Coming off an IHSAA championship season (he went 44-0 as a junior, beating Warren Central senior Courvoisier Morrow 7-2 in the 220-pound state title match while helping the Kingsmen to a first-ever team state championship), Woods continues to crave challenges inside the wrestling circle and on the football field. “What makes Kobe tick?,” says Penn wrestling coach Brad Harper. “He loves competition. He thrives off of that.” Penn football
  11. By STEVE KRAH stvkrh905@gmail.com Pressure. It makes some athletes wilt and others rise to the occasion. Put Kobe Woods in the latter category. Coming off an IHSAA championship season (he went 44-0 as a junior, beating Warren Central senior Courvoisier Morrow 7-2 in the 220-pound state title match while helping the Kingsmen to a first-ever team state championship), Woods continues to crave challenges inside the wrestling circle and on the football field. “What makes Kobe tick?,” says Penn wrestling coach Brad Harper. “He loves competition. He thrives off of that.” Penn fo
  12. Chad Hollenbaugh IndianaMat Senior Writer Cathedral Looks to Repeat, Red to Three-Peat A number of great storylines accompany this weekend’s festivities in Indianapolis at the 2015 IHSAA State Wrestling finals. The incredibly deep 120 weight class should have outstanding matches starting early Friday evening and contains this year’s most compelling in season rivalry between Jeremiah Reitz of Griffith and Brendan Black of Hobart. The 170 pound class is wide open with five to six wrestlers that can legitimately make a run for the top of the podium and the heavyweight bracket c
  13. Chad Hollenbaugh IndianaMat Senior Writer Cathedral Looks to Repeat, Red to Three-Peat A number of great storylines accompany this weekend’s festivities in Indianapolis at the 2015 IHSAA State Wrestling finals. The incredibly deep 120 weight class should have outstanding matches starting early Friday evening and contains this year’s most compelling in season rivalry between Jeremiah Reitz of Griffith and Brendan Black of Hobart. The 170 pound class is wide open with five to six wrestlers that can legitimately make a run for the top of the podium and the heavyweight bracket contains thr
  14. By Chad Hollenbaugh IndianaMat Senior Writer 106 #15 Cavanaugh – Penn (24-7) Kazmierczak –SBSt.Joseph (32-6) Greene – Triton (29-7) Zahl – SBAdams (22-8) Records are deceiving here, at first glance this appears to be a balanced class of flyweights. Penn’s Kory Cavanaugh is the clear favorite due to the tough schedule that the Kingsmen wrestle. Cavanaugh is ranked 15th in the state and his losses are all to ranked kids. Triton’s Greene is intriguing because he wrestled 113 all season before a sectional cut to 106. Rochester Royal Rumble (Match of the Day) – Mal
  15. By Chad Hollenbaugh IndianaMat Senior Writer 106 #15 Cavanaugh – Penn (24-7) Kazmierczak –SBSt.Joseph (32-6) Greene – Triton (29-7) Zahl – SBAdams (22-8) Records are deceiving here, at first glance this appears to be a balanced class of flyweights. Penn’s Kory Cavanaugh is the clear favorite due to the tough schedule that the Kingsmen wrestle. Cavanaugh is ranked 15th in the state and his losses are all to ranked kids. Triton’s Greene is intriguing because he wrestled 113 all season before a sectional cut to 106. Rochester Royal Rumble (Match of the Day) – Malichi Greene vs
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