2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby Stonycreek » December 5th, 2018, 7:46 am

North Star Wrestles Everett on Friday night and I haven't seen the preseason rosters/team write ups. Did I miss them or haven't they been published yet?



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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby EaglealumsGhost » December 5th, 2018, 8:49 am

crfball wrote:What high schools did some of the kids go to before? Dowling, Witmer, Powers, and Ohl. Not sure if any of those kids are back this year just curious.

Heard the freshman is from Dubois... yes they are. Check out Ironman seeds, they’re all in there

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby Wrasslerfan » December 7th, 2018, 1:16 am

EaglealumsGhost wrote:
crfball wrote:What high schools did some of the kids go to before? Dowling, Witmer, Powers, and Ohl. Not sure if any of those kids are back this year just curious.

Heard the freshman is from Dubois... yes they are. Check out Ironman seeds, they’re all in there

Read on Penn live that courts and powers are at state college 
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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby EaglealumsGhost » December 7th, 2018, 3:13 pm

Good for state.... st joes would’ve had close to a lineup with them

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby SportsFan96 » December 10th, 2018, 1:44 pm

I know a couple teams competed on Friday and Saturday. Anyone have any results or any thoughts on how teams/wrestlers looked? I know it's early yet, but sometimes we can get a decent estimation on how things are.

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby Stonycreek » December 11th, 2018, 5:38 am

I'd like to know the overall time of this dual meet. It has to be one of the quicker ones that has most of the matches contested.

EVERETT — North Star opened the wrestling season Friday with a 42-37 win over Everett.
Hunter Tremain earned his 100th career victory with a pin. Alec Supanick, Colby Vinisky, Bryce Salyers and Eli Brougher also had pins for the Cougars.
152 —Macen Akers, E, maj. dec. Kolton Furry, 10-1.
160 — Alec Supanick, NS, pinned Luis Saldivar, 0:29.
170 — Colby Vinisky, NS, pinned Quinton Spade, 1:26.
182 — Bryce Salyers, NS, pinned Quinton Beegle, 3:36.
195 — Hunter Tremain, NS, pinned Logan Propst, 1:27.
220 — Shane Clark, E, pinned Alec Wojnarowski, 0:56.
285 — Cody Rock, E, pinned Noah Livingston, 3:41.
106 — Nathan Pelesky, NS, won by forfeit.
113 — Jacob Blough, NS, won by forfeit.
120 — Eli Brougher, NS, pinned Zach Reed, 0:30.
126 — Jaden Perrin, E, pinned Davia Tremain, 1:41.
132 — Evan Brennan, E, dec. Cameron Snowberger, 4-0.
138 — Garret Cornell, E, pinned Devin Fulton, 0:24.
145 — Lane Younker, E, pinned Colten Connor, 1:21.

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby SportsFan96 » December 11th, 2018, 7:59 am

Stonycreek wrote:I'd like to know the overall time of this dual meet. It has to be one of the quicker ones that has most of the matches contested.

EVERETT — North Star opened the wrestling season Friday with a 42-37 win over Everett.
Hunter Tremain earned his 100th career victory with a pin. Alec Supanick, Colby Vinisky, Bryce Salyers and Eli Brougher also had pins for the Cougars.
152 —Macen Akers, E, maj. dec. Kolton Furry, 10-1.
160 — Alec Supanick, NS, pinned Luis Saldivar, 0:29.
170 — Colby Vinisky, NS, pinned Quinton Spade, 1:26.
182 — Bryce Salyers, NS, pinned Quinton Beegle, 3:36.
195 — Hunter Tremain, NS, pinned Logan Propst, 1:27.
220 — Shane Clark, E, pinned Alec Wojnarowski, 0:56.
285 — Cody Rock, E, pinned Noah Livingston, 3:41.
106 — Nathan Pelesky, NS, won by forfeit.
113 — Jacob Blough, NS, won by forfeit.
120 — Eli Brougher, NS, pinned Zach Reed, 0:30.
126 — Jaden Perrin, E, pinned Davia Tremain, 1:41.
132 — Evan Brennan, E, dec. Cameron Snowberger, 4-0.
138 — Garret Cornell, E, pinned Devin Fulton, 0:24.
145 — Lane Younker, E, pinned Colten Connor, 1:21.

Wow! One, it's unusual to see a match with only 2 forfeits anymore, but then to have all but 2 of the wrestled matches be pins. That match probably went quick enough that the pizza didn't even get cold at the concession stand.

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby everett » December 11th, 2018, 1:12 pm

It took about 45-minutes.  We thought we could get the right match-ups to pull it out.

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby SportsFan96 » December 11th, 2018, 1:54 pm

everett wrote:It took about 45-minutes.  We thought we could get the right match-ups to pull it out.

Unfortunate you guys didn't have a 106 and 113. Giving up those 12 points hurt.

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Re: 2018-19 wrestling-Thoughts? Predictions?

Postby old school » December 11th, 2018, 2:25 pm

Thoughts on tonight's Forest Hills vs Bedford match. I know it will not happen but I'd love to see a Cassidy/Gibson match-up.
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