Blast from the Past

Discussion in '34 and counting' started by Old Number Nine, Oct 31, 2018.

  1. Old Number Nine

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    1984 2nd Bedlam match with Sr's Sheets and Monday along with Fr John Smith

    10:00 Mark Perry F - Melvin Goree (nice turn by Perry)
    16:52 John Smith D - Mark Zimmer; 7 - 6 (Great Move by Smith @ 22:45)
    28:34 Clint Burke D - Clar Anderson; 1 - 0 (Anderson ridden out)
    42:23 Luke Skove F - Darren Higgins (Fall @ the buzzer)
    55:00 Kenny Monday M - Darren Abel (Great Fireman's @ 56:00)
    1:09:00 Johnny Johnson D - Bill Dykeman; 6 - 4
    1:22:00 Mike Sheets D - Melvin Douglas; 4 - 0 (The only guy Sheets had trouble with)
    1:34:00 Dan Chaid D - Alan Lauchner; 7 - 2 (Alan just missed the head-lauchner)
    1:46:00 Karl Lynes D - David Palmer; 5 - 0
    1:57:00 Mark Tatum D - Perry Kaufman; 7 - 3

    For a 25 - 12 Victory

     
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  2. BigD_cowboy

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    That's awesome. Sad as I should know this but what weight did smith wrestle at as a senior? Surprised he was 126lbs.

     
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    I believe John wrestled 136 as a HS senior in 1983.
     
  4. Wrassler17

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    Might have misunderstood the question. John was 136 as a HS senior, then 126, 134, 134, 134 in college.
     
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    Thanks for that Wrassler17! Brought back a lot of good memories. :)
     
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    Glad you liked it Obe :)
    Unfortunately, I wasn't the one who posted it :(
     
  7. Old Number Nine

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    Obe, as a Sheets fan like myself you'll probably enjoy this one as well;

    1983 NCAA finals in OKC; Sheets vs Reich @ 50:45 and Monday vs Carr @ 29:29. I can still remember feeling sick when Reich hocked up that cradle but Sheets just pulled his head out of it like it was no trouble at all. I'd forgotten about the stall points in the Monday/Carr match.

    It's also interesting to notice the total lack of hoopla in the proceedings; you'd think it was just some mid year tourney.

     
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  8. oberebo

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    Double Thanks Old Number Nine as I credited Wrassler17 for the original link. You are right I am a huge Sheets fan.
     

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