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  1. Great Youth tournament in Florida in January!
  2. Since I am in the area and see the damage that it would cause I guess my question to you would do you think that it is a good idea to allow the additional wrestlers to compete? Transfers are through the roof right now in Florida due to the open enrollment and this would definitely not help the situation. The talk of sending 4 additional wrestlers has been around for a long time but this push is the first step to actually let a second team compete as well. you are targeting on the point of one team benefiting which I'm curios why unless it is just to argue but that is the fact it would only benefit the current power house team. this list is from the Orlando sentinel - I am aware of at least 11-15 others that aren't on the list yet. Wondering where everybody will be wrestling next season? Here is a list of transfers that we’ve been able to confirm for the 2018-19 season. This list will be updated continuously as transfers are made aware to us. Name Old School New School Roger Arocha Coral Park Doral Academy Andreus Bond Brandon Lake Gibson Curtis Brock Flagler Palm Coast Brunswick (GA) Trent Burke Flagler Palm Coast Brunswick (GA) Nick Carbone Northside Christian Admiral Farragut Bryan Canedo Royal Palm Beach Palm Beach Gardens Amneous Chambers Spoto Strawberry Crest Stevie Chopek Clay Countryside Connor Crinigan Brandon Foothill (NV) Livan Curbelo Coral Park Doral Academy Luke Davis Creekside Clay Max Diaz Ferguson Coral Park Christian Eckstein Sarasota Sarasota Riverview Lukas Forehand Jupiter Wellington Wyatt Forsberg Oviedo Winter Springs Giancarlo Fuentes Miami Killian Miami Palmetto Louis Gagliardo Fleming Island (New Jersey) Christian Guzman Pinecrest Prep Miami Columbus Tazz Hampton Middleburg Clay Ashton Harding Nature Coast Gulf Nick Hejke Bozeman Arnold Braden Hill Nease Fleming Island Tanner Hill Nease Fleming Island Trace Insalaco Fleming Island Brunswick (GA) Dominic Isola Oviedo Lake Highland Justin Ivy Arnold Out of state Gannon Janssen Nease Fleming Island Nick Janssen Nease Fleming Island Lavell Jones Oakleaf (Virginia) Matthew Kaplan Hagerty Lake Highland Willie Lampkin Mulberry Lakeland Dylan Layton Jupiter Christian Jensen Beach Tylynn Lukens NY Manatee Nicholas Luna Cooper City Mater Lakes Mason Marchbank Sarasota Sarasota Military Acad. Caleb Mashburn Coral Park Doral Academy Caleb Massari North Fort Myers Fort Myers Kameron McCall (North Carolina) Lake Gibson Sebastian Melguizo Miami Columbus SW Miami Tristan Middlebrook Auburndale Lake Gibson Dylan Mira Doral Academy Miami Columbus Collin Mojena Lennard Tampa Prep Chad Nix Jensen Beach Fleming Island Nestor Nunez Cardinal Gibbons Mater Lakes Trevin Penn Tate Arnold Tye Ramirez Westminster Miami Columbus Gavin Riccobono Ponte Vedra Nease Chris Rivera Fort Myers Lake Highland Justin Rivera Fort Myers Lake Highland Alex Rosario Brandon Lake Gibson Christian Sheppard Flagler Palm Coast Brunswick (GA) Jacob Smith Gulf Breeze Arnold Brandon Tackett Braden River Bradenton Manatee Eric Temes Cardinal Gibbons South Dade Steven Villalobos Mater Academy Somerset Gannon Wertz Imagine School North Port Carter Willis Lakeland Strawberry Crest Josh Young Arnold Out of state Ty Young Plant City Strawberry Crest
  3. Great Addition to Clarion!! this kid is a beast!
  4. Yes I believe there is only "one" school that would benefit from this. There is a ton of schools who will loose wrestlers to this if it is allowed.
  5. I remember this a few months back and it was a heated topic!! I think the big point that was left out was that there is really only one school in Florida that would benefit from this. The concern from what I was told is since it is a private school and the local kids are zoned for other schools in the area but are attending that private school it would essentially hurt the other programs that are struggling already. One thing that you have to remember also is that a lot of counties in Florida have open borders now as well which throws another kink in this. so for example lets say that Johnny Duckunder is zoned for school "X" and could start on school "X" and has a chance at actually placing in state or winning for school "X" but he wants to wrestle for this private school because they are ranked in the nation and are a powerhouse program (which you can not fault any athlete for wanting to do this and I certainly do not) but he can not beat the starter at that private school. Now if Florida allows additional entries Johnny Duckunder who is not a backup at school "X" but a starter then transfers to the private school and goes to state and places. school "X" looses a state placer/champ and an already dominant school gains another one. this does not help grow the sport and it certainly does not help fill holes in districts that the wrestler would have already been participating in another district to begin with. If there was not open boarders and this was truly to help the backup wrestlers at public schools then I believe it would have been welcomed with open arms but that is not the case.
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