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  3. SWINfan

    US Open Entries with Indiana ties

    Senior 57kg and 65kg are just downright nasty.... 57kg Thomas Gilman Daton Fix Zach Sanders Nathan Tomasello Frank Perrelli Darian Cruz Vito Arujau Joshua Rodriguez Zane Richards Jesse Delgado Nick Piccinnini Austin Miller Eddie Klimara Austin Assad 65kg Jordan Oliver Zain Retherford Joey McKenna Frank Molinaro Yianni Diakomihalis Jayden Eierman BJ Futrell Dominick Demas Colton McCrystal Evan Henderson Jayson Ness Bryce Meredith Nick Dardanes Brandon Wright Dean Heil Mitch McKee Nick Lee, Jordin Humphrey, Kaden Gfeller, Kanen Storr, Nick Dardanes not seeded.....
  4. Bulldog89

    2019 MS Heartland Duals Gold and Blue Teams

    Wrestle off's!!! Best way to decide on the teams... Put the kids on the mat. That is what is so great about this sport. One on one.
  5. SWINfan

    US Open Entries with Indiana ties

    I looked Saturday or Sunday and you listed some I didn't see.... But you got all I had written down except Ben Freeman. I included him since there are a couple of Purdue fans around here. The Pre-seeds are out and only two IN Seniors earned seeds... Brandon Wright #14 (of 16) @ 65kg Riley Lefever #8 (of 9) @ 92kg
  6. TeamInjuryTime07

    Jimtown RTC

    Scrap yard tonight at 5:30pm! Looking forward to another great room tonight. Studs from all over have been coming in and making each other better. Enter Door A2, Must have USA wrestling card
  7. The above suggestions are things that have been talked about over and over. The bottom line is there is no perfect solution to the problem and the system we have in place currently is the best system we have come up with. Everyone calls for team selection, but we all know what would happen if that were the process there would be threads on here and all other social media outlets calling for peoples heads for favoritism and other prejudicial decision making (even though that is not the case). Look the bottom line is the system can work if participation is done properly...... meaning for MS state the huge enormous amounts of weight cut to make a weight class is just simply stupid. Yes maybe you win a MS state title and congrats on that as it is a great accomplishment, but a side affect of this is that you now have taken the #1 spot away from other kids who would have had an opportunity at it when in reality you can never make it back (or planned to get back to) that weight for Heartland. For the Elementary teams we have to have the best kids from all over the state at the wrestle off's end of discussion there. People think their kids are better than other kids and should not have to come spend the 2hrs to wrestle off and make the team well this is just not the case. if you look at every level of wrestling at any age they have wrestle off's to make a team (finals X, world team trials....etc). The bottom line here is putting your own team together and purposely poaching kids that you know will be on the ISWA National teams is what is making the national teams weaker. All that is happening there is you are taking the talent in the state and splitting it up between 2 teams/trips. Congrats to the Compound Indy for winning AAU Kingsport, that is a great honor and the kids should be very very proud of themselves, but why not take a team to Kingsport with a sponsorship (and a cheaper price because of that sponsorship) full of kids that can use the experience and hope to make the ISWA national team next year all while sending the best 17 Gold kids and the best 17 Blue kids at all weights to Heartland ? Then we can send the next 17 (however many weight classes are in Kingsport) to kingsport to develop and build for the future. This is collaboration and what is best for the state to develop stronger more competitive teams, not being self centered and having tunnel vision for what is best for a couple of kids. We have too much of the 1% mentality going on in the state and this alone will keep us from being competitive with the other states. Feel free to blast me if you want, but deep down you all know this hits directly to the heart of the issue.
  8. Thomas_Johnson

    Warren Central RTC 4/24/19

    This Wednesday April 24th, the Warren Central RTC is proud to host coach Sam Wendland of Indiana university. As a 3x NCAA qualifier, 2x Western Regional champion 4 year letter winner at Wyoming coach Wendland has a ton of competitive insights to share. He brings a great deal of coaching experience as well, having spent time at Western Colorado State, Tiffin, and Michigan State we are excited to have coach Wendland in the room this week showing some awesome technique and putting us through a great workout. Come Take advantage of this opportunity to get better! As always, enter through door 14 and head upstairs to the wrestling room. Practice begins at 6:00!
  9. ehscoach

    Team State Qualification Procedures 2019

    3A- Avon and Mishawaka 2A- Bellmont and Garrett 1A- Prairie Heights and Eastern (Greentown) All teams have accepted their bids.
  10. ENoblewrestling

    Team State Qualification Procedures 2019

    It was just posted.
  11. ENoblewrestling

    IHSWCA Team State Vote -In

    Team State Committee April 18th, 2019 Greg Ratliff-Edgewood High School/IHSWCA President Josh Holden- Greenfield-Central High School/ IHSWCA Vice-President Elect Sam Riesen- East Noble High School/ IHSWCA Secretary Tyson Skinner- Madison High School/ IHSWCA Former President Eric Myers- Jay County High School Alex Johns- New Palestine High School Dane Fueling- Indianamat Team Rankings coordinator* Mike Reiser- Indianamat Individual Rankings Coordinator* * Voting member, unavailable for debate/discussion 1A Vote-In #1 Prairie Heights Vote-In #2 Eastern (Greentown) Alternative- Bluffton 2A Vote-in #1 Bellmont Vote-in #2 Garrett Alternative- Edgewood *Greg Ratliff and Dane Fueling abstained from voting due to their teams being involved in the voting. 3A Vote-In #1 Avon Vote-In #2 Mishawaka Alternative- Hobart Discussion (2020-2021 Tournament) Classes and Number of teams- discussed possibility of change from current 12 team/ 3 Class event to 8 team/4 class Division of classes- Would classes be divided evenly? Would a 32 team superclass be used for class 4A? Other options Format- Use of pools, brackets format was discussed. Location/ Number of mats- discussion of number of mats and location of the event took place. Final decisions were tabled until a later date.
  12. AlaskanMountie

    Team State Qualification Procedures 2019

    When will the vote-in teams be announced?
  13. InTechWrestling

    Manchester University/Indiana Tech RTC

    Back at it tonight with Coach Lake and the Manchester crew. It's been a great room and each week the crowd has been growing. Come out tonight and get better with lots of local high school and college guys. See you tonight at 6:00 in the PERC! and Thursday at Indiana Tech.
  14. Here are the entries I found with Indiana ties, if I'm missing someone tell me and I'll add them. Brackets and entries can be viewed here http://arena.flowrestling.org/event/f6df0763-537e-cdc3-0c65-d292d527eef6 Senior Men's Freestyle 57kg Christian Sharp- Legends of Gold Indianapolis IN Luke Welch- Boilermaker RTC Newburgh IN 65kg Brandon Wright- NYAC Indianapolis IN Jordin Humphrey- TMWC Monrovia CA Nick Lee Nittany- Lion Wrestling Club State College PA 74kg Jacob Ferris- Legends of Gold Fishers IN Logan Ray- Bloomington IN 79kg Shabaka Johns- Legends of Gold Indianapolis IN Nathan Jackson- NYAC/NJRTC Princeton NJ 92kg Riley Lefever- Nittany Lion Wrestling Club State College PA 125kg Robert Clark- Legends of Gold Greenwood IN Women's Freestyle 62kg Kayla Miracle- Sunkist Kids Wrestling Club Campbellsville KY 65kg Kyle Todrank- Bulls wrestling club Buffalo NY ***I'm assuming this is a mistake and he'll be wrestling men this weekend.*** UWW Junior Freestyle 61kg Colin Poynter- Air Force RTC Portage IN Trey McCartney- Knights Wrestling Club Otterbein IN 65kg Alec White- Boilermaker RTC West Lafayette IN 70kg Austin Rainbolt- Legends of Gold Indianapolis IN Brayton Lee- Minnesota Storm Brownsburg IN Graham Rooks- Indiana Bloomington IN Kendall Coleman- Boilermaker RTC West Lafayette IN Mason Miranda- Knights Wrestling Club Avon IN 74kg Kasper McIntosh- Minnesota Storm Portage IN Joe Lee- NLWC State College PA 79kg Emil Soehnlen- Boilermaker RTC West Lafayette IN 86kg Thomas Penola- Boilermaker RTC West Lafayette IN 92kg Lucas Davison- TMWC Evanston IL Noah Cressell- Bison Wrestling Club Wabash IN 97kg Brandon Streck- Indiana Bloomington IN Masters B Freestyle 58kg Nick Hull- Legends of Gold 70kg Jordin Humphrey- TMWC Monrovia CA
  15. Harrison High School in SW Ohio...right on 74 at the border of OH-In is looking for 1 team to fill out our Dual Meet event. You are guaranteed 5 qaulity duals. We will have 10 teams. We are looking for another team to add to the mix. We do matchups to allow teams to see new competition and avoid teams they dual later in the season. We are as flexible as possible to make it a great event for teams attending. This event was loaded with some heavy hitting teams. Brownsburg has attended for the past several years. Dec 7, 2019 2019 top returning Teams Brownsburg, In - If you see them too much we can skip that matchup for you East Central, In Harrison, Oh Centerville, Oh Lebanon, Oh Fairfield, Oh Contact: chad.dennis@southwestschools.org
  16. brickfor6

    HOBART RTC 2019 - 4/24 - Jeremiah Reitz

    This Wednesday Jeremiah Reitz will be running practice from 6-8 pm. The Griffith alum is an Indiana state champion. Also a 2x placer, and 1x qualifier. He finished his career with a record of 155-9. Reitz now wrestles for Duke University. Hoping that all of you can make it!! Make sure you have an USAW card! 6-8pm Enter through door 18 2211 e 10th st Hobart indiana
  17. Attached is the flyer for our only wrestling camp this summer. It is definitely not one you want to miss. Three days: great technicians, strong workouts, and fun. June 24th, 25th, and 26th Campbellsville Wrestling Facility 315 Meader Street Campbellsville, Kentucky 42718 - $225 with food and housing included - 6 sessions - 5 Clinicians Check out our Facebook event as well: https://www.facebook.com/events/967006530162269/ Contact me, Coach Ben Rosen for registration and more details: btrosen@campbellsville.edu / 847.682.3891
  18. MrsTeamGarcia

    Brock Hudkins

    Welcome home Brock! Great young man, wrestler and teammate. Extremely excited about the direction Angel and staff are headed. ⚪️🔴⚪️🔴⚪️🔴 #iuwrestling #CWA
  19. Yes! Especially considering there are big national opportunities this time of year. The other one we went to was St Roch last Tues. Quick in and out, two matches. Run very efficiently. Would like to see one of these on the Northside of Indy!!
  20. bwoodjc89

    The effect of the freestyle qualifiers

    We are planning on doing at least one next year.
  21. Cody LeCount

    Carmel RTC

    This week we have 4x IHSAA State Placer, and 3x IHSAA State Champion Asa Garcia from Avon High School running our RTC. Asa also is committed to wrestle for the Hoosiers of Indiana University next year! Come show him some love as he may show that roll through cradle to a pin he hit in the state finals! Enter at door 21 by the pool 6:45pm-8:15pm
  22. Westforkwhite

    Flonationals 2019 Indiana Entries

    No doubt, floarena is the poopy flavored lollipop of the bracket world. Getting to it is no picnic either. That said I love the video and for the last year or so the streaming has been good. You have to keep in mind Flo doesn't promote wrestling they just sell folkstyle/freestyle crack to those already addicted. Addicts are willing to endure great pains to get their fix. Flo is testing your fortitude with floarena
  23. Really don’t think track is necessary. Weigh em in, block em up, and roll. Don’t even need a clock. I’ve been to ones with a guy with an iPhone and a score keeper with a pad of paper. Just as good wrestling there! Couple people pairing and sending them to the first available surface. A ref, clock guy, and scorer at the mat. Keep em rolling til the matches run out. Simple! You can also make a quick $1000 to $2000 for your club in a random Wednesday night. Bruce... you could host a couple a season????
  24. Thor

    Brock Hudkins

    Never mind, just saw his post on Instagram. Dang that sucks, he would’ve been great to slot in at 133 for Purdue.
  25. Thor

    Brock Hudkins

    Saw Angel had a tweet that signified a commit but then deleted it, is there something else going on? Hudkins has a lot of Purdue guys he recently followed
  26. bwoodjc89

    The effect of the freestyle qualifiers

    Would it help if one of your required qualifiers had to be in your section? I'm guessing that would be relatively tough to track and I'm not sure how much it would help. Just a thought.
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