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    Prep Wrestling: Fremont 2-2 at Harding Duals
    (Created: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 9:10 AM EST)
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    FORT WAYNE ? Fremont opened its season Saturday by winning half as many duals as it did last year at the Harding Super Duals.

    The Eagles went 2-2 in Eric Bryan?s debut as coach despite forfeiting four weight classes. FHS defeated Harding 33-27 and Wes-Del 42-36. It lost to Heritage 47-30 and Bluffton 59-21.

    ?I?m actually happy with our performance,? said Bryan, a 2001 state qualifier for the Eagles. ?The kids are happy and shocked at the same time. Each kid had a little bit of success and that helped. Hopefully this puts a fire in their eyes and makes them work harder.?

    Freshman Lucas Willms won all four of his matches in his prep debut for Fremont at 112 pounds. Josh Gadsby went 3-1 at 119 with three pins. Cody Rogers won a decision over Harding at 125 before flu symptoms and a pulled muscle ended his day abruptly.

    ?Lucas had an awesome day,? Bryan said. ?Josh was caught off guard in his first match, but picked it up.?

    Fremont results at Harding Super Duals

    Fremont 33, Harding 27

    (* ? opening match)

    103 ? Paul Sullivan won by forfeit; 112 ? Lucas Willms won by forfeit; 119* ? Josh Gadsby lost by dec. 9-3; 125 ? Cody Rogers won by dec. 15-10; 130 ? Jack Musson won by forfeit; 135 ? double forfeit; 140 ? Phil Keaton won by forfeit; 145 ? Anthony Frisoli lost by maj. dec. 10-0; 152 ? Harding won by forfeit; 160 ? Harding won by forfeit; 171 ? James Gardner lost by tech. fall; 189 ? double forfeit; 215 ? Stephen Callan won by pinfall, :33; 285 ? Zeke Tieman lost by dec. 20-17.

    Heritage 47, Fremont 30

    (* ? opening match)

    103 ? Paul Sullivan won by forfeit; 112 ? Lucas Willms won by pinfall, 1:24; 119 ? Josh Gadsby won by pinfall, :19; 125* ? Justin Zienta pinned in 4:52; 130 ? Jack Musson won by dec. 15-13; 135 ? Heritage won by forfeit; 140 ? Anthony Frisoli won by dec. 10-3; 145 ? Phil Keaton pinned in 1:06; 152 ? Heritage won by forfeit; 160 ? Heritage won by forfeit; 171 ? James Gardner lost by tech. fall, 21-6; 189 ? Heritage won by forfeit; 215 ? Stephen Callan pinned in second period; 285 ? Zeke Tieman won by pinfall, :57.

    Bluffton 59, Fremont 21

    (* ? opening match)

    103 ? Paul Sullivan pinned in :22; 112 ? Lucas Willms won by dec. 9-6; 119 ? Josh Gadsby won by pinfall, 1:46; 125 ? Justin Zienta pinned in second period; 130 ? Jack Musson pinned in :35; 135* ? Bluffton won by forfeit; 140 ? Anthony Frisoli lost by tech. fall 18-3; 145 ? Phil Keaton pinned in 3:39; 152 ? Bluffton won by forfeit; 160 ? Bluffton won by forfeit; 171 ? Bluffton won by forfeit 189 ? James Gardner won by pinfall, 1:10; 215 ? Stephen Callan pinned in 1:35; 285 ? Zeke Tieman won by pinfall, 1:22.

    Fremont 42, Wes-Del 36

    (* ? opening match)

    103 ? Paul Sullivan won by forfeit; 112 ? Lucas Willms won by pinfall, :55; 119 ? Josh Gadsby won by pinfall, 1:10; 125 ? Justin Zienta won by forfeit; 130 ? Jack Musson pinned in 3:01; 135 ? Wes-Del won by forfeit; 140* ? Anthony Frisoli won by pinfall, 1:30; 145 ? Phil Keaton won by pinfall, :49; 152 ? Wes-Del won by forfeit; 160 ? Wes-Del won by forfeit; 171 ? James Gardner pinned in 1:22; 189 ? Heritage won by forfeit; 215 ? Stephen Callan pinned in 1:21; 285 ? Zeke Tieman won by forfeit.
    I will smash your face into a car windshield and then take your mother, Dorothy Mantooth, out to a nice seafood dinner and never call her again!

    Tell me about it, this morning, I woke up and I shit a squirrel, but what I can't get is the damn thing is still alive. So now, I've got a shit covered squirrel running around my office and I don't know what to name it.

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    Here is another one

    Braves are for real
    Talented freshmen, seasoned veterans give weight to Bellmont's title hopes



    By Nick West
    of The News-Sentinel

    The goals are certainly lofty, but No. 5 Bellmont believes it has the team to win a state championship.

    But the Braves aren’t getting ahead of themselves.

    After handily beating No. 13 Columbia City, a dominant program the past few years, 43-12 on Tuesday night, Bellmont coach Brent Faurote was able to better gauge his team’s chances at a state title.

    “I’m real pleased to walk out of here with that margin of victory,” Faurote said. “I thought it would be closer than that.”

    Columbia City beat Bellmont in last season’s opener and has split the previous six meetings – including the postseason – but the Eagles lost some key seniors from last year’s team, while the Braves returned six individual state qualifiers and reloaded with talented freshmen.

    “They’re for real,” Columbia City coach Randy Kearby said. “I told them that I thought this was their year to win it.”

    Despite what appears to be a more powerful roster than his team last year that went to the IHSAA team final four, Faurote wants to keep things in perspective.

    “We’re setting goals high this season,” he said. “We want to win it all. But there are going to be some bumps and blocks along the way. We’re going to try to find our way around those and see what we can do.”

    Bellmont plays several ranked teams this season and is also a member of the NHC conference, which is loaded with good teams like New Haven and Carroll and upstarts like East Noble, De- Kalb and Homestead.

    If they’re going to win the conference and eventually the state championship, then Tuesday was a good start.

    The Braves won 11 of 14 matches and even forfeited six points at the 103 weight class.

    Five of the six of last season’s state qualifiers won their matches. Ben Bultemeier (189), Tyler Baker (152) and Doug Linthicum (145) won by decision. Billy Baker (215) won by major decision and Ryan Baker (171) by pinfall. Will Sheets (130) lost 8-6 to Austin Egolf in a back-and-forth match.

    The biggest match of the night was in the 152 weight class with Baker, who’s No. 3 in the state in 145, against Peter Deutsch, who’s No. 3 in 152. Baker got the best of Deutsch, 7-5.

    Three Bellmont freshmen also debuted successfully. Ryley Hankenson (135) won by decision. John Mahlan (140) won by major decision. Will Busse (112) won by pinfall.

    “They didn’t show any freshman jitters,” he said. “But … they have wrestled several years through our feeder system.”
    I will smash your face into a car windshield and then take your mother, Dorothy Mantooth, out to a nice seafood dinner and never call her again!

    Tell me about it, this morning, I woke up and I shit a squirrel, but what I can't get is the damn thing is still alive. So now, I've got a shit covered squirrel running around my office and I don't know what to name it.

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    Haha, nice work Champ.
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