Post by crimsonblooded on Feb 18, 2020 16:54:48 GMT -5
10:00 Saturday starts the showdown of a very competitive wrestling conference. Gonna have a lot of great matches! Does anyone know how Norwalk is setting up for this. Wondering if four mats in main gym and/or is their smaller gym being used? Any one in the know?
I have a question--How many of the Edison wrestlers did not grow up in Milan and went to school there most of their lives?
on the current team? most of them.. at least since jr high.. They have 199 boys- cut off for D-2 is 200 .. for wrestling... but as i look at their weight classes.. there is only 2 or 3 i could not answer that to,, don't know them personally the rest are all milan-berlin heights boys for the past 5 or 6 years..
Post by sportsvideo on Feb 22, 2020 14:57:50 GMT -5
Edison pretty much blowing out the Bay with 198 points next to them is Oak Harbor at a distance with 97 points... Perkins comfortably in front in the Lake with 148 points sandusky 2nd with 119, bellevue third in the lake with 114.. Gibsonburg leads the River with 72..
Post by smitty1974 on Feb 22, 2020 17:14:43 GMT -5
last update i had was edison 215.5 points(1st in bay) then perkins with 159 points(ist in lake),bellevue with 146.5points 2nd in lake,sandusky with 125.5 points(3rd in lake)norwalk with 115 points(4th in lake) oak harbor 114.5 points(2nd in bay0the rest of bay not doing well,tiffin columbian 107 points(5th in lake) and gibsonburg 103 points(1st in river divison)and smcc with 28 points.
great tournament with lots of really talented wrestlers. phillips/brewer match lived up to the hype (i think if they wrestled 10 times they would be 5-5). conley at 152 is a beast and had no trouble with slone in the finals. and hernandez was impressive in winning his 4th conference title.
Post by smitty1974 on Feb 29, 2020 19:41:10 GMT -5
congratulations to the edison chargers for winningthe d-3 sectional at plymouth. edison had 328 points followed by crestview 214,mohawk 154,plymouth 149 and st.paul with 121. edison had 9 champions,2 seconds,2 thirds and a fifth.