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  1. I echo what schute wrote. We all were waiting on him to go to OSU and it didn't happen and then he just never wrestled... Phillips was a 171lb freshman at Ironman that wrestled nationally ranked Corey Peltier ( Beast of the East champ, Cadet Nationals champ, and FILA Cadet Nationals champ), the #1 ranked wrestler in DII in OH, Zac Thomusseit, and the nation's #1 171lber, Brian Roddy from STED. Phillips had 10 takedowns to zero in those three matches and was never scored on. That was his freshman year. Seems, "generational" enough to me.
  2. Someone mentioned a possible rough cut and recovery for Deakin with two day weigh ins...
  3. Does it favor anyone? Not jerking chains here just not sure who struggles the most with the cut and recovery.
  4. I believe they had two, but no idea how they did. Cal Clark at 135 and Brent Wilkin at 189
  5. I'm certainly going to defer to you on this Jason. I read it somewhere on the interwebs just the other day, but it was an old article and I trust your knowledge more than what I read. I just remember the loss to Ruth at the time, I don't recall hearing about avenging the loss and just figured I missed it or forgot. Kudos...
  6. Looks like you could register up until 20 minutes ago... : )
  7. Al has always been my pick for Ohio's GOAT.
  8. Chris Phillips 4xer, Monroeville Ohio (Same HS as The Steibers and Tessari). Beat the #1 171lber Roddy (STED) his freshman season. Iron Man Champ as a Freshman. Only HS loss was 3-2 to Ed Ruth in his sophomore season, Phillips avenged the loss later. He never competed in college. Phillips did show up to an open at Lake Erie College a few years after high school and won. Everything he tried, worked. Never saw a HS kid like him before or since. Phillips may be the GOAT of Ohio HS wrestling...
  9. Gable Stevenson and Zain Rutherford Hayes is a helluva ticket...
  10. Both state champs in the big division in Ohio. They wrestled at STED. Serviceable indeed.
  11. "Double secret probation..."
  12. Bob's a bit senile in his later years. Bob also thought he saw Alexander Hamilton...
  13. That's the, 'word' out there...
  14. Greco-Roman 1. UNITED STATES, 165 2. MEXICO, 148 3. CUBA, 101 4. COLOMBIA, 89 5. BRAZIL, 83 55 kg: Brady Koontz, GOLD 60 kg: Randon Miranda, GOLD 63 kg: Sam Jones, GOLD 67 kg: Hayden Tuma, 1-1 72 kg: Pat Smith, GOLD 77 kg: RaVaughn Perkins, BRONZE 82 kg: Tyler Cunningham, BRONZE 87 kg: Richard Carlson, 0-1 97 kg: Nicholas Boykin, BRONZE 130 kg: Tanner Farmer, 0-2 Women's FS 1. UNITED STATES, 190 2. CANADA, 165 3. MEXICO, 120 4. ECUADOR, 80 5. BRAZIL, 79 50 kg: Sarah Hildebrandt, GOLD 53 kg: Dom Parrish 55 kg: Jacarra Winchester, SILVER 57 kg: Cameron Guerin, 5th 59 kg: Xochitl Mota-Pettis, BRONZE 62 kg: Kayla Miracle, SILVER 65 kg: Forrest Molinari, GOLD 68 kg: Alara Boyd, 0-1 72 kg: Skylar Grote, GOLD 76 kg: Dymond Guilford, GOLD Men's FS 57 kg: Thomas Gilman 61 kg: Daton Fix 65 kg: Joey McKenna 70 kg: Zain Retherford 74 kg: Kyle Dake 79 kg: Burroughs GOLD 86 kg: Zahid Valencia 92 kg: Cox is 3-0 97 kg: Kyle Snyder 125 kg: Nick Gwiazdowski
  15. Same. No complaints worth mentioning...
  16. Women finish up and men's FS start today. Sarah Hildebrandt (50kg), Dom Parrish (53kg) Helen Maroulis (57kg), Kayla Miracle (62kg) Tamyra Mensah-Stock (68kg), Dymond Guilford (76kg) Jordan Burroughs (79kg), and J’den Cox (92kg).
  17. We certainly missed you...
  18. https://uww.org/event/pan-american-championships-14?section=schedule
  19. and many other areas...
  20. You tell me. Would you rather work or wrestle?
  21. I would imagine it was better than the deal if he didn't wrestle...right?
  22. Hard to imagine he wouldn't...
  23. I'm sure the, 'haters' get annoying after a bit...
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