Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

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Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby SportsFan96 » December 18th, 2018, 11:03 am

Big match tonight. Should be exciting. Thoughts? Predictions?

Ridge (2-0)
Forest Hills (1-0)

106 
CR: Kai Burkett So (6-1), Simon Osman So (2-0)

FH: Easton Toth Fr (4-3)

113

CR: Nathan Holderbaum Jr (5-2)

FH: Jackson Arrington Fr (5-2), Jude Martyak So (1-0)

120
CR: Ross Dull Fr (0-2)

FH: Tony Diapola So (0-2)

126
CR: Taylor Claycomb Jr (2-3)

FH: Tye Templeton- FR (0-2), Michael Noon Sr (0-1)

132
CR: Gryphon Callihan Jr (5-4)

FH: Byron Daubert Sr (3-4)

138
CR: Trevor Weyandt Fr (4-2)

FH: Garet Conner Jr (1-3)

145
CR: Luke Moore Fr (4-3)

FH: Erik Gibson Fr (6-2)

152
CR: Baltzer Bollman So (2-2), Daniel Moore Fr (1-1)

FH: Bob Krug Sr (4-2)

160
CR: Seth Holderbaum Jr (4-2)

FH: Ryan Weyandt

170
CR:

FH: Ryan Latshaw Sr (3-3)

182
CR: Jared McGill Sr (6-0)

FH: Mason Rodgers Sr (1-2), Corey Miller Sr (1-0)

195
CR: Austin Crouse- Sr 6-3, 195

FH: Luke Hribar, Jr (3-2)

220
CR: Duane Knisley Jr (6-0)

FH:

285
CR: Dalton Sease Sr (5-2)

FH: Matthew Kelly- So 0-1, 285



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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby old school » December 18th, 2018, 11:54 am

CR wins this match. If FH wins the coin toss it will be a close match if not CR wins easily
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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby SportsFan96 » December 18th, 2018, 12:43 pm

I agree, coin toss makes it closer, but I think Ridge still wins. IMO and if match ups stay as listed.  I have Ridge favored in 6 matches, possibly 7 and Forest Hills in 4. I don't know enough about some of the wrestlers at other weights to be able to give an opinion
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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby Manfred » December 18th, 2018, 12:47 pm

Will be worth the price of admission and then some. Agree with the opinions offered.
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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby EricKnopsnyder » December 18th, 2018, 3:16 pm

Should definitely be a fun one between the program that has been the best in the area for a few years now and the one that is hoping to take over that title in the next few years. Forest Hills is coming up quickly, but probably isn't quite at Ridge's level yet.
I think the upper weights for Ridge will be the big difference. There's a good chance the Lions get 24 points in the final four weights. That's too much to make up, even though Forest Hills did get bonus points in all three head-to-head matches at King of the Mountain this weekend. Daubert pinned Callihan and Gibson pinned Luke Moore, while Ryan Weyandt majored Seth Holderbaum.
Can't wait to see this one and cover it for The Tribune-Democrat!

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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby Manfred » December 19th, 2018, 8:34 am

Good coverage, Knop. Great match. FH lost the toss and still kept it close. Not getting a few calls just as period time ran out really made the difference.
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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby DFFSBA » December 19th, 2018, 9:39 am

Manfred wrote:Good coverage, Knop.  Great match.  FH lost the toss and still kept it close.  Not getting a few calls just as period time ran out really made the difference.

I kinda expected this response.  Not sure what calls you were referring to - fans wanting a pin when a shoulder is clearly off the mat or takedowns when clearly out of bounds - those go BOTH ways but typically the losing team complains the most about them.  Any perceived missed call in this match had no bearing on the outcome and were not the difference.  CR was clearly the better team and based on what I saw last night, would beat FH 9 out of 10 times barring injuries.  That said, it was fun to see a local team give CR a tight match that wasn't at Brookville or State duals.

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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby Tuffontop1 » December 19th, 2018, 9:55 am

DFFSBA wrote:
Manfred wrote:Good coverage, Knop.  Great match.  FH lost the toss and still kept it close.  Not getting a few calls just as period time ran out really made the difference.

I kinda expected this response.  Not sure what calls you were referring to - fans wanting a pin when a shoulder is clearly off the mat or takedowns when clearly out of bounds - those go BOTH ways but typically the losing team complains the most about them.  Any perceived missed call in this match had no bearing on the outcome and were not the difference.  CR was clearly the better team and based on what I saw last night, would beat FH 9 out of 10 times barring injuries.  That said, it was fun to see a local team give CR a tight match that wasn't at Brookville or State duals.

shoulders don't have to be inside or on the line for a fall. There was a whole list of things wrong with this match, but i do agree 9 out of 10 times ridge wins. Just too good up top.

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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby Manfred » December 19th, 2018, 10:07 am

DFFSBA wrote:
Manfred wrote:Good coverage, Knop.  Great match.  FH lost the toss and still kept it close.  Not getting a few calls just as period time ran out really made the difference.

I kinda expected this response.  Not sure what calls you were referring to - fans wanting a pin when a shoulder is clearly off the mat or takedowns when clearly out of bounds - those go BOTH ways but typically the losing team complains the most about them.  Any perceived missed call in this match had no bearing on the outcome and were not the difference.  CR was clearly the better team and based on what I saw last night, would beat FH 9 out of 10 times barring injuries.  That said, it was fun to see a local team give CR a tight match that wasn't at Brookville or State duals.

And I expected this kind of response too.  I was being as humble as I could in not mentioning the home cooking official, but you opened this door.  From the responses of visitors' fans, and those more knowledgable than I, there were enough missed calls to have made a difference.  The better team won, no mistake.  CR is at a level FH aspires, and will be, maybe a year from now, maybe 2.  Merry Christmas.
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Re: Forest Hills @ Chestnut Ridge

Postby everett » December 19th, 2018, 10:39 am

Manfred wrote:
DFFSBA wrote:
Manfred wrote:Good coverage, Knop.  Great match.  FH lost the toss and still kept it close.  Not getting a few calls just as period time ran out really made the difference.

I kinda expected this response.  Not sure what calls you were referring to - fans wanting a pin when a shoulder is clearly off the mat or takedowns when clearly out of bounds - those go BOTH ways but typically the losing team complains the most about them.  Any perceived missed call in this match had no bearing on the outcome and were not the difference.  CR was clearly the better team and based on what I saw last night, would beat FH 9 out of 10 times barring injuries.  That said, it was fun to see a local team give CR a tight match that wasn't at Brookville or State duals.

And I expected this kind of response too.  I was being as humble as I could in not mentioning the home cooking official, but you opened this door.  From the responses of visitors' fans, and those more knowledgable than I, there were enough missed calls to have made a difference.  The better team won, no mistake.  CR is at a level FH aspires, and will be, maybe a year from now, maybe 2.  Merry Christmas.

'home cooking official'?  Really grasping for straws aren't you?  Wish I could have been there since it would have been a great atmosphere, but don't ruin a good hometown rivalry with garbage like the officials stole it.  I saw the box scores, and all W-L were pretty much expected. 


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