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Old 07-20-2010
Rob Sherrill Rob Sherrill is offline
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Through 6 rounds, 18 still in

It's noon here at the Dome and Illinois still has 18 left!

That includes six unbeatens:

105 - Jake Bellis (4-0)
140 - Dillon Cowan (6-0)
160 - Dylan Reel (6-0)
171 - Jahwon Akui (6-0)
215 - Michael Sojka (6-0)
285 - West Cathcart (6-0)

Some big wins by Nick Harrison, Kory Jauch, Jake Gregerson and Khari Washington, who all followed losses with wins. Casey Gushleff has won four straight since his loss and Jeremy Fahler three in a row.

Josh Marchok lost twice, but will go for seventh place. Questionable decision in the last round against Trevor Rupp at the 30-second mark of the third period - he decided to take top. Rupp turned him a couple of times in the first period, but he wasn't going to get the turn. He did look great in the second period against Rupp, though...really nice throw and wound up winning 6-0.

Matt Sommers will go for fifth and Antonio Taylor for seventh.

The big match of the morning: Taylor Massa was pinned by Andy McCulley of Wyoming. Massa won the first period easily, but McCulley took him right to his back in the second with a high bodylock, switched off to a headlock and got the fall.
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Cathcart's performance has been just short of incredible. 3rd or 4th at 285 and he's got to be giving up 65-70 pounds or more.
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Cathcart's performance has been just short of incredible. 3rd or 4th at 285 and he's got to be giving up 65-70 pounds or more.


Well if you look on track wrestling, they have all of the weigh in weights posted. Cathcart is by far the lightest heavy, a whopping 211. Henry from Wisconsin whom he beat was 284.6
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Guess that was a pretty good guess then.
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