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    Gomez loses

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    Gomez loses

    Cefolo is multiple time Fargo AA in Greco
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    pretty soon...
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    Gfeller v. Ashnault

    Joey Buttafuoco is from New York - get your facts straight
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    Suriano vs Fix: Who wins the dual?

    John Smith disagrees
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    Suriano vs Fix: Who wins the dual?

    Maybe, maybe not. Would have to agree with Coach Ayres that he wasn't close to a TD https://twitter.com/tigerwrestling/status/1083933371225595905
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    Suriano vs Fix: Who wins the dual?

    Sounds like Nick is definitely wrestling... https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=4&v=MnkoUZkDgq8
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    OSU vs Princeton

    Cowboys suffering from some jetlag?
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    OSU vs Princeton

    3 straight wins for PU
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    GFeller is gonna win NCAAs

    ...maybe not
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    OSU vs Princeton

    Glory couldn't keep Picc down for possible backs and Picc turned him twice. Good job by Picc as I was expecting some backs from Glory
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    PSU next year

    Didn't Ash & Gravina get 6th years at RU this year?
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    The Southern Scuffle Thread

    yeah, he was up 4-1 at one point
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    Brock Mauller

    Vinnie Mini (one-time NJ Heavyweight state runner-up)
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    ESPN reporting on wrestling referee incident

    Hear from some of the kids on the team... Buena senior 138-pounder Luke Souder, said he didn’t see it as a racist act. “It’s just a rule. His hair was too long and that’s what happened,” said Souder, who is white. “If my hair was too long it would have been cut too. That’s a rule. It’s a real rule. “We know that it wasn’t anything that was that big of a deal. He didn’t have the cap that attaches. I guess he didn’t know he had to have one. It’s no one’s fault. It’s just a rule.” Souder said the team has been entertained by the media exposure and that he was shocked it has drawn so much attention. “The next day (after the video went viral) someone said it (had become a national story) and I thought they were joking,” said Souder, who added Johnson just wants the attention to go away. “I was like ‘No way.’ My whole school was like ‘Oh my gosh, he had to cut his hair,' but no one in the gym was like ‘This is racist.’ Everybody was like ‘Oh crap he’s got to cut his hair to help the team.’ He did something to help the team and that’s the story there really. He did something to help the team out.” Senior 182-pounder Jaden Roberts, who is black, said he was upset for Johnson but didn't think it was a racially-motivated decision either. "It was just a rule and he did what he had to do for the team," said Roberts. "It was handled perfectly fine. No matter what color skin you are you have to follow the rule and that's what happened. Drew did what he had to do for the team. He made the decision." whole article: http://highschoolsports.nj.com/news/article/-3341302530425508370/dreadlock-cutting-decision-defended-at-tourney-as-buena-returns-to-wrestling/