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    Region 1 school grade state place record
106/108 1 Collin Teusch Caldwell 9   23-4
  2 JaRi Campbell Christian 9   17-6
  3 Trushawn Matt hoptown 9   14-7
  4 Garrett Furnas Ft Campbell 8   14-10
  5 Hunter Hawthorne McCracken 8   8--3
  6 Andrew Galbraith Henderson 10   10--16
             
113/115 1 Trayce Eckman Union 10 3rd 25-2
  2 Riley Johnson Caldwell 10 8th 27-5
  3 Timmy Cannon Trigg 9   23-10
  4 Nathan Hale Christian 9   15-11
  5 Jack James Tilghman 8   8--10
  6 Jayson Davis McCracken 9    
             
120/122 1 Gage Fowler  Christian 11 4th 20-2
  2 Parker McKee McCracken 11   15-2
  3 Easton Givens Ohio 12   24-10
  4 Gavin Ricketts Union 9   20-11
  5 Cofy Harris Caldwell 9   21-11
  6 Thomas Bruce Trigg 9   10--5
             
126/128 1 Dylan Walls Caldwell 10 8th 29-5
  2 Ethan Wells Christian 12   14-6
  3 Gunner Arnold Ohio 9   33-7
  4 Glenn Mayes Union 9   18-12
  5 JJ Poynter Henderson 9   15-12
  6 Landon Rhodd Ft Campbell 9   6--10
             
132/134 1 Gabe Adams Union 12 2nd 27-3
  2 Keaton Elliot Calloway 11   22-2
  3 Mason Kellet Christian 9   17-11
  4 Jack Probus Ohio 12   23-6
  5 Blaine Hicks Caldwell 9   22-13
  6 Jake Dowdy McCracken 8   7--2
             
138/140 1 Malachi Rider Tilghman 8   24-3
  2 Jake Insko Union 12 3rd 22-3
  3 Austin Grant-Hall Christian 11   23-4
  4 Caige Clark Ohio 10   32-8
  5 Hudson Thomas Henderson 11   3--2
  6 Ethan Newsome Caldwell 10   14-16
             
145/147 1 Jakerion Merritt Christian 12 1st 19-0
  2 Trevor Pogue Union 12 4th 28-4
  3 Colton Smallwood McCracken 11   12--2
  4 Ethan Futrell Calloway 11   27-2
  5 Stephen Everly Ohio 11   24-11
  6 Micheal Conner McCracken 9 msc 4--5
             
152/154 1 Payne Carr Union 11 3rd 25-5
  2 David Conner Tilghman 11   16-5
  3 Timmie Dunham Christian 12   18-4
  4 Kevonni Young Hopkinsville 12   10--4
  5 Colin Walls Caldwell 10   20-12
  6 Zander Bunch Ohio 10   30-12
             
160/162 1 Dalton Russellburg Union 11 1st 25-3
  2 Zlatko Skulijan Hopkinsville 12   9--0
  3 Neal Aldridge Christian 12   11--3
  4 John Paredes Caldwell 11   21-8
  5 Gavin English Ohio 11   25-12
  6 Domoique Rapier Henderson 12   17-10
             
170/172 1 Stephen Little Union 10 2nd 28-3
  2 Colin Stevens Trigg 12 2nd 28-1
  3 JT "Oscar" Adams Christian 9 MSC 12--3
  4 Brad Smith Henderson 11   15-13
  5 Cameron Sabbs Tilghman 12   2--8
  6 Elliot Shull Hoptown 11   6--7
             
182/184 1 Micah Ervin Union 12 1st 30-2
  2 Cameron Coleman Christian 12   21-5
  3 Klemmer Nicodemmus Ohio 12 8th 38-2
  4 Isaiah Frederick McCracken 12   4--3
  5 Cole Sherrill Caldwell 8   9--2
  6 Rance Hawkins Henderson 11   19-8
             
195/197 1 Uriah Virzi Tilghman 8 MSC 5--0
  2 Corinthian Seales-Portee Union 11   1--3
  3 Jesus Avila Ft Campbell 12   12--8
  4 AJ Harvey Christian 10   16-9
  5 Hunter Vlach McCracken 11   8--1
  6 Gillam Nicodemus Ohio 8   12--6
             
220/222 1 Niko Bussell Christian 12 2nd 20-1
  2 Andrew Hendricks Trigg 9   16-1
  3 Darius Moore Union 11   28-6
  4 Isaiah Keys McCracken 10   8--3
  5 Weston Melton Henderson 12   1--1
  6 Jerrett Barker Ft Campbell 10   11--15
             
HWT 1 Matthias Ervin Union 12 1st 10--2
  2 Tydarius Kelly Christian 11   19-5
  3 Andrew Pottle Ohio 11   15-4
  4 Blakely Miller McCracken 11   12--1
  5 Luke Cullop Calloway 10   14-8
  6 Dustin Russellburg Henderson 11   6--7

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This is just last years regional results with the seniors removed. No predictions on who will move up weights or change teams. Its just a look at who is possibly returning. 

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On 7/15/2019 at 1:47 PM, Kentucky Grappling said:

Frazier missed weight at 106 last year at States...  I was looking foward to watching him.. He would have been a tough out...He's a good wrestler.. So he definitely will be up a weight class or 2 .. I would guess.

Not sure what team hes on just yet. 

 

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I made a couple small changes. Still unsure of where a few are going to school and what weights people will be at. You coaches can send your lineups if its not top secret and I'll make changes. I'll make the big changes after the Iowa Preseason nationals. Region 1 is gonna be tough again this year. Possibly the top 3 teams in the state. 

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I realized that Nickal left McCracken to be AD at Tilghman and his assistant is now the head PT coach. Knew that. But how are some of these McCracken kids moving to PT? And retaining eligibility? Did I miss something? Sorry for being out of the loop, I'm down here in Tennessee and can't keep up.

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From what I'm hearing and looking at the football roster, all but the Vlach brothers have left McCracken. I have no clue how they can all get eligible. We will see how it all unfolds. 

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Just a heads up to those relatively new to this forum. Please refrain from discussing eligibility issues. I don’t recall all of the specifics, but this is a policy that has been used historically on this site. That is a subject left to the KHSAA and schools to determine. 

I know that is the juicy gossip that a lot of people want to chat about, but remember we are talking about kids here and dragging them through the mud doesn’t make anyone look good. 

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No bad words at all from me. I want the kids to be able to wrestle. It's still the same team in a different singlet. 

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1 minute ago, DrBaker said:

No bad words at all from me. I want the lids to be able to wrestle. It's still the same team in a different singlet. 

Agree. I didn’t intend to accuse anyone of anything, but as soon as we open up the discussion someone will go down that path of claiming improprieties. So it is best to avoid discussions about the eligibility of any kids. 

You simply stated he fact some kids are at different schools. That is totally appropriate. 

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This whole story is intriguing. When in the history of amateur sports has almost a complete team hopped up and moved? It's just wild. Even wilder is that they could be a top 5 team. 

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Sorry, wasn’t aware that was a forum rule. Didn’t mean to insinuate anything by it, just was genuinely curious and intrigued, as Dr. Baker said. I have no dog in the fight, just a unique situation that is interesting to a fan of the sport. Apologies for touching on eligibility. 

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No problem at all guys. I just wanted to touch on that before things spiraled out of control. I agree it is an interesting situation   But I would say the most of the history of McCracken county wrestling has been quite interesting. Could make a movie with all the story lines. 

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15 hours ago, Ranger123 said:

Agree. I didn’t intend to accuse anyone of anything, but as soon as we open up the discussion someone will go down that path of claiming improprieties. So it is best to avoid discussions about the eligibility of any kids. 

You simply stated he fact some kids are at different schools. That is totally appropriate. 

That will be a couple chapters in Nickal's book. I'd buy it. 

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On 10/2/2019 at 5:02 PM, DrBaker said:

I'll update with any input I get. Some teams have a good idea what weight everyone should be at. 

Season is around the corner. There is going to be some top notch matches within this region.

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Keaton Elliot and Ethan Futrell are on Calloway County's roster. Great additions to that team. Austin Grant-Hall (state placer in 7th grade) is added to Christian Co.  I'm sure they all will enter the rankings. 

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Just my 2 cents, if its worth that much.  

This situation is why I advocate that the state duels be the official state title team, and have the individual bracket tourney be just that.  No team scores kept. 

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On 11/6/2019 at 2:25 PM, grappler-of-old said:

Just my 2 cents, if its worth that much.  

This situation is why I advocate that the state duels be the official state title team, and have the individual bracket tourney be just that.  No team scores kept. 

If that was the case GOO, shouldn't it be mandatory that the winners of the large and small school divisions wrestle for the overall title instead of run from a challenge?

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You would either have one tourney for the overall title with no division.

Or 

Keep the divisions and have multiple champions and no overall like Ohio. 

Personally I don't like the overall if you have divisions, nor the expectation that there should be.  It takes away the reason for the division separation. 

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If you want to combine the divisions for an overall while keeping the divisions then set the tournament up as a single elimination tourney.

The winners of the small bracket wrestle the winner of the big bracket for the title. 

The semifinalist losers wrestle for 3rd and 4th. (The small school runners up and large school runners up)

You won't be able to complete the tourney in one day. 

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On 11/7/2019 at 2:33 PM, ukpridewrestler11 said:

If that was the case GOO, shouldn't it be mandatory that the winners of the large and small school divisions wrestle for the overall title instead of run from a challenge?

I thought the same thing when he said that, lol. I do think Union should be entered into the big school side this year. 

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