Ranger123

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Ranger123 last won the day on September 12 2012

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  1. I will actually post an update to reflect some weight changes that I have seen late this summer and updates I have received from coaches or team insiders. And as mentioned there have been a lot of team changes that can now be reflected. Expect the update in early September after the holiday.
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    Match day at Madison Central

    Awesome event today. Huge thanks to Coach Fyffe and the Madison Central crew for setting this up and hosting and even jumping on the mat (Gentry and Chad). Nearly half of the participants were HS state placers last season with 3 state finalists and a world champ. Almost everyone got 4 solid matches in and we were out by 11:30. We will be back at it again in 2 weeks. I would encourage everyone to make it down to Madison Central on Aug 31.
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    Match day at Madison Central

    Hope to see a good turnout this Saturday. One note, bring your singlets. We want to gear up like we are competing at the Hoosier Preseason Open. Let’s strap up and wrestle some live goes against some top competition. We plan to start at 9 and finish before noon.
  4. Thanks to Coach Fyffe, we will be holding Saturday morning match days in the gym at Madison Central HS on the following dates: August 17, August 31, September 21, September 28. We will check weight, make up some round robin brackets, and try to begin wrestling at 9:00 am. The plan is to be out of the gym by noon. The goal is to get kids some live action, especially in preparation for upcoming events like IHPO and Super32. This is open to any wrestler interested in getting some mat time as we head in the fall.
  5. 5 good sessions of wrestling at Scott High this weekend.
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    Closest Program to Bowling Green?

    I’m not from the area so can’t speak to travel times, but just scanning a map I would suggest considering: Ohio co - don’t know much about the program/coaches Christian Co - big fan of the coaches and the passion of Coach Leavell, they have the program headed in a great direction Hardin Co schools or Taylor co or Larue co - not sure how easy that drive is to/from any of these schools, but are solid options
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    State Finals Video

    The problem is access to the floor and prime space to record is limited. A single video/streaming source is the logical solution. And everyone else in the country has pretty well figured out the track/flo setup is the most efficient way to do this. It’s not that complicated. Ask the MS board. They managed to pull this off very effectively.
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    State Finals Video

    Yeah should be something that someone can get set up. And like I said I’m confident they would make a profit on it. You know a bunch of people would purchase the stream to at least watch the finals. Heck if they don’t want to make the money I’ll put up the few bucks to set up the stream and they can deposit the subscription fees into my account.
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    State Finals Video

    KY USA already has the equipment. And they have somehow figured out how to make the finances work out to stream the entire MS state tournament.
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    State Finals Video

    Yes go look it up on YouTube. The KHSAA official YouTube page has posted the entire finals session multiple times over the last decade. And the problem with getting a media company involved is the KHSAA would have to cooperate for that company to be able to get access for decent video coverage which is not likely.
  11. You are correct. Had him as a senior last year. Will get him back in there next round.
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    State Finals Video

    It really stinks for the kids and parents. I know I enjoyed the very good video footage posted from the 2017 and 2018 finals. I’ve watched Ryan’s matches multiple times. Feel really bad that the kids didn’t get that same benefit this past year. Hopefully they fix it going forward.
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    Yawwwnnnnnn

    Yep. Likely will be adding her name to this list soon.
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    KY Extreme Saturday clinics

    Another great Saturday at the barn. Thanks again to everyone who attended over the last 3 weekends. It was awesome to see some new local faces, but also have some kids traveling from the south and east to get better and have a few fun days on the mat. We have been blessed in our room over the last month to have Sean Fausz and Ryan Moore teaching and influencing our kids. Parents and coaches keep your eyes and ears open. We only have a handful of D1 wrestlers in this state. If you have the chance to be around them and learn from them take the opportunity. This is taking nothing away from the tremendous D2, D3, and NAIA wrestlers and coaches we have in the state. But speaking for the two young men I have watched and listened to recently, the coaches and athletes these guys are around and are influenced by on a daily basis is incredible. If you have the chance bring these guys into your room. Reach out to guys who recently graduated like Sean Fausz and Nathan Boston and take advantage of their knowledge and experience. Our resources in KY are limited. Don’t let them go to waste.
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    KY Extreme Saturday clinics

    Another great Saturday at the barn. Thanks again to everyone who attended over the last 3 weekends. It was awesome to see some new local faces, but also have some kids traveling from the south and east to get better and have a few fun days on the mat. We have been blessed in our room over the last month to have Sean Fausz and Ryan Moore teaching and influencing our kids. Parents and coaches keep your eyes and ears open. We only have a handful of D1 wrestlers in this state. If you have the chance to be around them and learn from them take the opportunity. This is taking nothing away from the tremendous D2, D3, and NAIA wrestlers and coaches we have in the state. But speaking for the two young men I have watched and listened to recently, the coaches and athletes these guys are around and are influenced by on a daily basis is incredible. If you have the chance bring these guys into your room. Reach out to guys who recently graduated like Sean Fausz and Nathan Boston and take advantage of their knowledge and experience. Our resources in KY are limited. Don’t let them go to waste.