Grand View Open

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  1. CyCloneRastlinG

    CyCloneRastlinG Active Member

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  2. Primetime26

    Primetime26 Active Member

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    Anyone know if Small will wrestle this for the CRTC?
     
  3. GrappleCy

    GrappleCy Member

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    They locked viewing of entrants until Saturday morning so you can't see if he's one of the guys registered under "Unattached" but there isn't currently anybody registered under the CRTC. Registration isn't closed yet though so that could change.
     
  4. buf87

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    Iowa has Brands & Cassioppi going
     
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  5. CyCloneRastlinG

    CyCloneRastlinG Active Member

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    Cassioppi vs Duggan, let's hope this happens. This will be a huge measuring stick to see where Duggan is at right now. Brands will probably be at 165 this season and we won't get to see Carr/Brands. Wishful thinking.
     
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  6. buf87

    buf87 Well-Known Member

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    Grand View Open
    Open 157
    Steven Lawrence (Grand View )
    Bye

    Bye
    Preston Stephenson (Unat. Iowa)

    Bye
    Juleain Winters (Saint Mary`s)

    Caleb Licking (Nebraska)
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    Trent Johnson (Grand View )
    Ben Freese (William Penn )

    David Hollingsworth (Iowa Lakes Comm)
    Bye _

    Jerimiah Moody (Iowa)
    Mason Gaines (Indiana Tech)

    Dylan Brazell (Graceland)
    Bye

    Jake Silverstein (Unat. Nebraska)
    Bye _

    Pat Schoenfelder (Northern Iowa)
    Danny Murphy (Iowa)

    Rahman Johnson (Indiana Tech)
    Bye

    Renaldo Rodriguez-Spenc (Grand View )
    Bye

    Peyton Robb (Unat. Nebraska)
    Hunter Washburn (Northern Iowa)

    Bye
    Patrick Boulanger (Saint Mary`s)

    Keegan Shaw (Iowa)
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    Bye
    David Carr (Unat. Iowa Stat)

    Bold is bottom half of the bracket

     
  7. buf87

    buf87 Well-Known Member

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    Carr has some good tests.
    Nardo, Robb and Silverstein
     
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    Cassioppi vs Ethan Andersen in 2nd round at 285 Open division
     
  9. CyCloneRastlinG

    CyCloneRastlinG Active Member

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    Robb and Silverstein both very good top 100 recruits last year, true freshman this year. Moody and Shaw of Iowa in the bracket - Shaw first round for Carr. Lawrence was runner-up last week in Cyclone Open 157 losing 4-3, Carr got 3rd
     
  10. azchief32

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    #10 azchief32, Nov 10, 2018
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    Carr over Shaw 6-3. Two TD's for Carr, an escape and riding time. He did most of the shooting. Shaw is 5th on our depth chart at 157 but a veteran wrestler who is tough to score on.
     
  11. enisthemenace

    enisthemenace Well-Known Member

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    I have been following on track all morning. Took a quick glance at the brackets, and don’t see Duggan anywhere. Did I miss him in my scan, or did he end up not going?
     
  12. buf87

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    I didn’t see him either
     
  13. azchief32

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    Carr 6-3 win over Robb. Robb had an escape and some pretty quick backs for his points on Carr.
     
  14. Matrat

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    Glad to see that. Robb is very good
     
  15. cyclonenation5

    cyclonenation5 Well-Known Member

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    Carr has Rodriguez-Spencer next. RRS beat Silverstein 11-5.
     
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  16. buf87

    buf87 Well-Known Member

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    This has some good matches for Carr. Nardo beat Silverstein
     
  17. Primetime26

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    Chief, I enjoy having your input over here. How do you figure Shaw is 5th on the chart? Carr's win over Robb is a very good win
     
  18. azchief32

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    #18 azchief32, Nov 10, 2018
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    Sure. Young, Glosser, Moody, Murphy (who beat Shaw in wrestle offs), and Shaw, and Kellly...although Kelly is looking good for a young guy. Young and Glosser were pretty close but Young majored Moody...although I think Moody is better than that.

    Also, Cassioippi just pinned Anderson in the first period. Cass took him down, rode him for over a minute and got reversed...was really close to back points for Anderson. Cass escaped, the bears danced for about 20 secs and Cassioippi went upper body lock and tripped Anderson for the fall. I do believe Cass is the real deal for us.

    As for Carr, I guess I would say trust the process. He is so used to dominating but body wise, does not look like a 157. Trying to conquer the world in one period and gets himself tired which affects scoring points in the later periods. For right now, a simple formula of TD and rideout. Release in the second period for another few TDs and finish off for the major in the third. It's not pretty but the "Sorensen Method" is pretty good step for a guy like Carr. He is not ready but you can see him getting to legs, just whether he will start finishing the majority of those. Just my opinion.
     
  19. Primetime26

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    Gotcha. I didnt know they all wrestled off. I kinda just figured It was Young then a big drop off.

    Good stuff. I am excited for the dual tomorrow!
     
  20. azchief32

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    Nah...Young and and Glosser were really close. Young got a TD in OT last week. Although he didn't have many credentials, Glosser has developed into quite the load to handle. Very tough kid...can't say enough about him. Would start on a lot of Div 1 teams. Young has more offense though. Have fun tomorrow.
     

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