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Discussion in '34 and counting' started by derek_state, Dec 20, 2018.
Joe with a tech 18-1 lots of near fall
Montalvo wins dec. 10-7. Rode pretty hard in the third period.
Bear wins inj def was up 13-4 with riding at the time
Marsden wins major 12-3
Harris loses dec. 4-8
sorry, but I don't like the singlets with the lacy trim
Shomers May have just gotten pinned
He did by Lawrence from Grandview. Lawrence is a 2xNJCAA AA, finished 3rd last year.
Blaylock ekes out a win 5-3. He was ridden hard most of the 2nd period
Ahrberg with a 58 second fall
Wittlake wins dec. 14-6 gassed in the third
Joe with the fall in 4:02. Joe has looked bigger than all his competitors so far at 174.
Geer wins tech 16-1 third period
Marsden with the fall in 3:19
Jacobe won by major and Montalvo won by easy decision. White won by pin.
On Flo it reflects that Shomers lost by fall to Lawrence in 1:32 from Grandview in the quarters. I hope they got that backwards.
They did not.
thanks for updates!!!
GWH and Fix
Shomers medical forfeited his consolation match
That is too bad. Not much depth at this tournament, but we are starting to see some competition in the semi finals.
Montalvo dominated bear Hughes 7-0. Over 5 minutes of riding time
White wins dec. 11-4
I saw Whitlake lose in SV to the 4 seed from Old Dominion. Not a bad match, but one he could have won.
Jacobe won by pin with a great throw and Joe Smith won by tech fall over Bahl. Wittlake lost 3 to 1 in overtime. His offense was nonexistent, which is a concern. Kaden won I think by tech fall, Kaid won by tech fall and Daton won by tech fall. Piccinini won by pin in the 1 st period. Rogers also won by pin to get to the semi's.
Pic wins tech 16-0 into the finals
Fix majors GWH 10-2
G tech 15-0
Brock loses dec. 5-4 to Wyoming
Chandler techs 19-3
Geer wins dec. 9-6. Shut it down at the end
Jojo majors Drew Hughes of Michigan State. That's a pretty good win.
We will have an all Cowboy final 174. And both contenders will be J. Smith.
White wins major 14-1
I have felt this all year that Kaid at 141 is not as quick and slick as he has been in the past. It looks to me like Kaden is a better answer at 141 if Boo goes to 49. Also Wittlake for some reason does not seem to be the wrestler I first thought he was when we got him to switch from Penn. St. We have not had good look getting commitment from Penn. St. to come to us. I remember thinking he would be our next Dieringer and posted that. It is still possible but he is struggling this past summer and this year.
Kaid just isn't wrestling the full 7 minutes, he's in on shots and doesn't finish. His problems can still be fixed. Right now Gfeller might be better but he also might be the better 149lb.
From Christian Pyles:
Okstate weigh ins
Both J. Smith’s were 173.6
Geer is at 194!
Agreed on Wittlake. He was an elite recruit but his stock has plummeted after we signed him. Puzzling. Not expecting much from him, hopefully he can improve and get into the lineup next year.
Piccinini and Fix win this championship by decisions 4 to 1 and 10 to 4. Kaid takes 3rd with a tech fall. Gfeller beats Hone for the championship by major.
In the finals Blaylock loses to Fox 6 to 3 at 57. Rogers wins by 1st period pin. That was lousy they did not have Jacobi and Joe wrestle in the finals so probably co-champions or 1 forfeited to the other.
I was thinking loser bumped to 184... too bad
I wouldn’t worry about Wittlake just yet he is a true freshman. Give him a red shirt year and see how he developes