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Thread: 2008 Lonestar Duals Results/Discussion

  1. #10

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    Hahah cheer up gofer, I might be trading you a perfectly good 197 pounder for another broken ivy leaguer =*(

  2. #11

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    yeah, but i get no pleasure from a trade like this because in theory a trade should help both teams, not neither...lol...
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  3. #12

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    Very interesting to note the harvards 3rd string 133 guy pinned diehl in the first period, anyone know the details? Diehl is no world beater but he's fairly solid

  4. #13

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    i don't kow but Harvard's 125 pounder must be REALLY bad if Michael Watts beat up on him...
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  5. #14

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    Hey now! Watts isnt THAT bad... Oh wait, yes he is :P

  6. #15

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    his claim to fame was that he beat Travis Lang in a dual against Minnesota two years ago to end our undefeated season against Michigan. Lang just got taken to school versus this kid. Everyone knew the match had just turned to Michigan's favor with that win.

    I think he is 3-8 this year and has never posted a winning record that I am aware of. I am a little bit surprised that Michigan hasn't found a better option at that weight.
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  7. #16

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoSt View Post
    Very interesting to note the harvards 3rd string 133 guy pinned diehl in the first period, anyone know the details? Diehl is no world beater but he's fairly solid
    Shay Warren -- the kid who beat Diehl -- is a true freshman (4x state champ from Utah). He actually lost to Diehl 3-1 in Vegas so it's good to see him avenge that loss.

    I know that Shay is listed as 125 on the Harvard roster, so I'm not sure if he will be dropping down when Preston returns or not.

  8. #17

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    well then I will take back what I said about Harvard's current 125 lb'er since he is not the actual starter at that weight...
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  9. #18

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    Quote Originally Posted by goferphan View Post
    well then I will take back what I said about Harvard's current 125 lb'er since he is not the actual starter at that weight...
    As I said, I don't know if Shay will be dropping down or not. The roster lists him as 125, but it also lists Corey Jantzen as 133 so it could be wrong. So Dan Kelly might continue to be the starter for the rest of the year. But seriously, if you look at past years, we always had to forfeit 125 due to injury or just not having a 125 lber so having someone there makes me happy!!

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