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  • Hononegah vs Mt. Carmel

    I see Hononegah won this dual 44-25. I know MC had Denne and Mickens out because of football but anyone else? Looks like Hononegah might be tough this year

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    Hononegah had 5 pins and a tech fall over Mt. Carmel (106, 138, 152, 160, 182, 195) and finished the night beating Barrington 37-18...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Magilla View Post
      Hononegah had 5 pins and a tech fall over Mt. Carmel (106, 138, 152, 160, 182, 195) and finished the night beating Barrington 37-18...
      So doing the math, barring any major decisions, that means Hononegah won 9 matches. Which 5 weights did MC win?

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      • #4
        Very Tough!!!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cclguy View Post
          I see Hononegah won this dual 44-25. I know MC had Denne and Mickens out because of football but anyone else? Looks like Hononegah might be tough this year
          Hononegah is tough. From what I heard yesterday. MC was missing 5 kids, so it may of been alittle closer but I believe Hononegah still wins.

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          • #6
            The question is how Honoegah will fare vs Harlem...that is the REAL rivalry.
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            "On the bloody morning after, one tin soldier rides away..."

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            • #7
              11/20/2012 Hononegah vs. Mt. Carmel
              132 Jordan Pierson (H) 6-4 over Jack Diana
              138 Fernie Silva (H) pin over Joe Santiago
              145 Bryce Brill (MC) pin over Boston Nimmer
              152 Zachary Benkovich (H) pin over Ben Gates
              160 Tyler DeMoss (H) TF over Cole Ryan
              170 Jack Hightower (MC) 10-8 over Jake Flower
              182 Joey Welsh (H) pin over Terrence Collins
              195 Matt Jacobs (H) pin over Calvin Watkins
              220 Aaron Davis (MC) 10-1 over Zach Mooney
              285 Josh Boxrude (H) 8-5 over Josh Ferguson
              106 Brady Powers (H) pin over Mickey Reilly
              113 Javier Hernandez (MC) pin over Drew Waterstreet
              120 Jake Tucker (MC) pin over Keegan Powers
              126 Ian Hoard (H) 13-4 over John Drozd
              Score Hononegah 44 – Mount Carmel 25

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              • #8
                Originally posted by cclguy View Post
                I see Hononegah won this dual 44-25. I know MC had Denne and Mickens out because of football but anyone else? Looks like Hononegah might be tough this year
                I know Worker did not wrestle and Jackson did not wrestle. I am not sure who the 5th person is.

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                • #9
                  Thanks for taking the time to post.

                  Originally posted by Magilla View Post
                  11/20/2012 Hononegah vs. Mt. Carmel
                  132 Jordan Pierson (H) 6-4 over Jack Diana
                  138 Fernie Silva (H) pin over Joe Santiago
                  145 Bryce Brill (MC) pin over Boston Nimmer
                  152 Zachary Benkovich (H) pin over Ben Gates
                  160 Tyler DeMoss (H) TF over Cole Ryan
                  170 Jack Hightower (MC) 10-8 over Jake Flower
                  182 Joey Welsh (H) pin over Terrence Collins
                  195 Matt Jacobs (H) pin over Calvin Watkins
                  220 Aaron Davis (MC) 10-1 over Zach Mooney
                  285 Josh Boxrude (H) 8-5 over Josh Ferguson
                  106 Brady Powers (H) pin over Mickey Reilly
                  113 Javier Hernandez (MC) pin over Drew Waterstreet
                  120 Jake Tucker (MC) pin over Keegan Powers
                  126 Ian Hoard (H) 13-4 over John Drozd
                  Score Hononegah 44 – Mount Carmel 25
                  Hononegah has a few of the top frosh/soph in the state. And so does MC with Worker, Mickens and Tucker.
                  Tucker with a big win in a matchup of diaper dandies.

                  MC was notably missing Denne, Jackson, Worker and Mickens. Definitely a better showing with those guys in the lineup.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Magilla View Post
                    11/20/2012 Hononegah vs. Mt. Carmel
                    132 Jordan Pierson (H) 6-4 over Jack Diana
                    138 Fernie Silva (H) pin over Joe Santiago
                    145 Bryce Brill (MC) pin over Boston Nimmer
                    152 Zachary Benkovich (H) pin over Ben Gates
                    160 Tyler DeMoss (H) TF over Cole Ryan
                    170 Jack Hightower (MC) 10-8 over Jake Flower
                    182 Joey Welsh (H) pin over Terrence Collins
                    195 Matt Jacobs (H) pin over Calvin Watkins
                    220 Aaron Davis (MC) 10-1 over Zach Mooney
                    285 Josh Boxrude (H) 8-5 over Josh Ferguson
                    106 Brady Powers (H) pin over Mickey Reilly
                    113 Javier Hernandez (MC) pin over Drew Waterstreet
                    120 Jake Tucker (MC) pin over Keegan Powers
                    126 Ian Hoard (H) 13-4 over John Drozd
                    Score Hononegah 44 Mount Carmel 25
                    The interesting result here is the margin of victory for Hononegah in light of Keegan Powers losing by pin and Manny Silva not being in the lineup.

                    Tucker is a great wrestler, but I highly doubt you see that result again should these two meet in the future. All evidence would suggest that these are 2 very evenly matched wrestlers, but that's what makes this sport so great. Pins can happen even between two accomplished wrestlers with similar talent.

                    Manny Silva will return in the coming weeks and make this team even stronger. With Silva in the lineup, it's very likely that some bonus points would have been salvaged in a matchup with Brill. I doubt MC would get 6 in a Brill-Silva match.

                    I agree that the Hononegah-Harlem match will be one to watch. It figures to be even more competitive than in recent years. This may be the year that the pendulum swings back to Hononegah's side. If not this year, then certainly next year and likely for years to come.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by PapaBearSLIM View Post
                      Hononegah has a few of the top frosh/soph in the state. And so does MC with Worker, Mickens and Tucker.
                      Tucker with a big win in a matchup of diaper dandies.

                      MC was notably missing Denne, Jackson, Worker and Mickens. Definitely a better showing with those guys in the lineup.
                      Jackson and Mickens each would have faced a state qualifier from Hononegah...

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                      • #12
                        Jackson

                        Originally posted by Father of Champions View Post
                        I know Worker did not wrestle and Jackson did not wrestle. I am not sure who the 5th person is.
                        Why didn't Jackson wrestle? Does he play football for MC?

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                        • #13
                          Hononegah?

                          Hononegah is tough, they wrestled great! If we had our full lineup, we'd need some help with Falls, etc. to beat them. If you know me, I am straight shooter and we would need a lot of things to go right to knock them off. It's just the facts.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Magilla View Post
                            11/20/2012 Hononegah vs. Mt. Carmel
                            132 Jordan Pierson (H) 6-4 over Jack Diana
                            138 Fernie Silva (H) pin over Joe Santiago
                            145 Bryce Brill (MC) pin over Boston Nimmer
                            152 Zachary Benkovich (H) pin over Ben Gates
                            160 Tyler DeMoss (H) TF over Cole Ryan
                            170 Jack Hightower (MC) 10-8 over Jake Flower
                            182 Joey Welsh (H) pin over Terrence Collins
                            195 Matt Jacobs (H) pin over Calvin Watkins
                            220 Aaron Davis (MC) 10-1 over Zach Mooney
                            285 Josh Boxrude (H) 8-5 over Josh Ferguson
                            106 Brady Powers (H) pin over Mickey Reilly
                            113 Javier Hernandez (MC) pin over Drew Waterstreet
                            120 Jake Tucker (MC) pin over Keegan Powers
                            126 Ian Hoard (H) 13-4 over John Drozd
                            Score Hononegah 44 – Mount Carmel 25
                            No way Diana is at 138....when I saw him last week he looked to be 20lbs under that weight...is this a typo...

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                            • #15
                              Confirmed - He was on the roster at 132, weighed in at 131.2

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