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    Moley/Welch or Kinser/Welch could be fun too.
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    Impressive win by Precin. I know gofer likes him but I liked him first, so I'm glad he got it done.
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    Donahoe won 4-3 last year -but Precin had 37 wins and lost to Escobedo 3 times ,Faulk, and beat Simmons from Sunkist at Vegas -I picked him in my fantasy cause he is THERE at every match -with alot of falls and majors -Plus his IQ has got to be up there to get in to NW .

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    Thats a very impressive win by Precin, I assumed he'd probably win but I didn't think he'd major him.

    125: Paul Donahoe v. Brandon Precin
    133: Franklin Gomez v. Kyle Hutter
    141: Eric Albright v. Ryan Williams

    Three above are the finals that are set. Welch beat Tucker 6-2 in the semi's so he's in the finals against the winner of Moley v. Kinser.

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    He actually beat Simmons at Midlands, that's when really I started to notice him.
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    Yeah, Precin with a major of Pataky is a nice win. Let's see if he has closed the gap on Donahoe at this point. These guys look pretty evenly matched. I see it being a two point final. Let's say 6-4. Not sure who but I guess I have to pull for my boy.
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    149: G. Scott (Edinboro) v N. Walpole (Indiana)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ISU2008 View Post
    He actually beat Simmons at Midlands, that's when really I started to notice him.
    I think it was 1-0 he got away early in the second and then Simmons just couldn't take him down.

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    I seem to recall a penalty but that might be my thoughts of Simmons biasing my memory.


    EDIT: .....but I've been wrong before, 1-0 it was
    Last edited by ISU2008; 11-09-2008 at 08:16 PM.
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