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    Who do u think will represent this sectional from each weight class?

  • #2
    its going to be interesting to see how our sectional does with the new teams added and how we can adjust. im not sure on any of the weight classes

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    • #3
      103 Edwin Cooper
      Seth Bonic
      Bellis

      112 Aj Juarez
      Bokoski
      Ambrose

      119 Ingersoll
      muhammad
      Winchell

      125 Rangel
      Johnson
      Haney

      130 Augle
      Bain
      Zobac

      135 Wojck
      Shallenberg
      ?

      140 Warzynski
      Walsh
      ?

      145 Bannon
      ?
      ?

      152 Lehr
      Steed
      ?

      160 Brewer
      ?
      ?

      171 Reynolds
      Ward
      McFAdden

      189 Kull
      Togher
      ?

      215 Poyner
      Berger
      ?

      285 Stevens
      Jones
      Ochs

      Let me know ur opinions

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      • #4
        if i were to go completely off of the rankings i would say...........

        103-cooper, bellis, meyer if he can make it

        112-juarez, bokoski, ambrose

        119-ruettiger, holloway, muhammed,and haney these 4 could go in any order

        125-rangel,johnson, woodkirk? not sure on this one

        130-bain,augle, zobac, ernst, dorsey pretty tough weight class

        135-wojcik, shallenburger, ?????? help me out on this one

        140-Warczynski,?,?

        145- Bannon,?,?

        152-lehr, steed, Bender

        160-Brewer, waropay

        171- reynolds, ward, mcfadden

        189-kull, togher, chapai

        215-poyner, berger, ?

        285- johnson, ochs, stevens

        and once again im not sure of all these weight classes and once again i was goin off of rankings only

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        • #5
          119 I think tom cole will be in the running for a top 3 spot.

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          • #6
            i totally forgot about tom cole he was solid last year at 103 and should be good this year at 112 or 119 which ever he goes

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            • #7
              Originally posted by stepped in what? View Post
              if i were to go completely off of the rankings i would say...........

              103-cooper, bellis, meyer if he can make it

              112-juarez, bokoski, ambrose

              119-ruettiger, holloway, muhammed,and haney these 4 could go in any order

              125-rangel,johnson, woodkirk? not sure on this one

              130-bain,augle, zobac, ernst, dorsey pretty tough weight class

              135-wojcik, shallenburger, ?????? help me out on this one

              140-Warczynski,?,?

              145- Bannon,?,?

              152-lehr, steed, Bender

              160-Brewer, waropay

              171- reynolds, ward, mcfadden

              189-kull, togher, chapai

              215-poyner, berger, ?

              285- johnson, ochs, stevens

              and once again im not sure of all these weight classes and once again i was goin off of rankings only
              i agree with most of these, but i think i would replace Haney with Ingersoll at 119. just an opinion of course.
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              • #8
                some of the ppl i put i dont agree with i was just going off rankings and some personal opinon. and yea i would throw caleb in the mix of things

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                • #9
                  Ernst beat Bain on Saturday 6-0
                  Minooka HWT Jones beat Ochs 4-1

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                  • #10
                    Providence's Reynolds will be at 160 with Togher at 171.

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                    • #11
                      Weights

                      Reynolds is @ 160# and Togher will stay @ 189#. If Brewer cuts to 160# along with Ross, Waropay, Barbier and Tavaras Green (Bradley)... this will be a tough weight class. I think Reynolds would be the favorite, followed by Brewer and Green. Thoughts?

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                      • #12
                        brewer

                        is brewer aloud to drop to 160 or does he have enough body fat to do it

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by C.A.Z. View Post
                          Reynolds is @ 160# and Togher will stay @ 189#. If Brewer cuts to 160# along with Ross, Waropay, Barbier and Tavaras Green (Bradley)... this will be a tough weight class. I think Reynolds would be the favorite, followed by Brewer and Green. Thoughts?
                          Gotta go with Joe Waropay here maybe not to win sectional but definitely to get to state. I have been watching Joe wrestle since 7th grade and after his take down clinic at clinton he can wrestle with anyone at that weight class and do so effectively. Class act at all times and never stops practicing or conditioning even at tourneys you will see him running up and down the hall ways and practicing take downs. I dont have any affiliation at all with U High just think this particular wrestler is one of the finer examples of what great athletes should be on and off the mat.

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                          • #14
                            I agree. Waropay is a fine wrestler and will be factor. I'm just going on past results. I know Reynolds and Brewer are tough... and have only heard about Tavares Green winning a couple tourneys this year (never seen him wrestle). If Brewer stays @ 171, IMO he will win the sectional and place at State.

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                            • #15
                              I am a big Waropay fan...class act. BUT, he doesn't have the big match experience or coaching to beat Reynolds or Brewer. The question is, does he have the athleticism to beat Green? Joe is a D1 athlete, but Green is also and may have the upper hand as it pertains to wrestling.
                              'Nothing is so common as unfulfilled potential'

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