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    Its always neat to look back and see how these guys did coming out of high school.

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    1. Sam Fragoza (California)
    2. Matt Lantz (Virginia)
    3. Erik Bencomo (New Mexico)
    24. Colt Bergeron (Minnesota)
    5. Alejandro Figueroa (Florida)
    6. Mike Atlas (Massachusetts)
    7. Jesse Contreras (California)
    8. Sullman Khan (Wyoming)
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    1. Obenson Blanc (Florida) 6th at 125 007
    2. Dave Tomasette (New Jersey) wrestled for Hofstra

    3. Michael Meger (Minnesota)
    4. Tony Iovine (Ohio) wrestled for Ashland(DII)
    5. Mike Compton (Ohio) wrestled for Ashland(DII)

    6. David Federico (Ohio)
    7. Javier Maldonado (Florida) wrestled for UTC
    8. Matt DeLorenzo (New York)
    119
    1. Robbie Preston (New Jersey)
    2. Michael Sees (Pennsylvania) wrestled for Bloomsburg
    3. Chad Mendes (California) 2X AA for Cal Poly

    4. Brandon Kinney (Michigan)
    5. Patrick Barth (Illinois)
    6. Zachary Berman (Illinois)
    7. Eric Sanders (Minnesota)
    8. Zachariah Thone (New Hampshire)
    125
    1. Manuel Rivera (California) AA for Minnesota
    2. Brandon Hardy (Virginia)
    3. Gabriel Flores (California) wrestled for Illinois
    4. Matt Easter (West Virginia)
    5. Michael Arias (Oklahoma)
    6. Keith Dickey (Missouri)
    7. Gralan Early (Indiana) wrestled for Northern Illinois for a couple years
    8. Tyler McCormick (Kansas) 2X AA for Missouri

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    1. Daniel Frishkorn (Virginia) wrestled for Oklahoma State
    2. Ivan Wiggins (New Jersey)
    3. T. J. Enright (Ohio) wrestled for Ohio State
    4. Ryan Bridge (New Jersey)
    5. Bobby Latessa (Florida)
    6. Jaime Lijo (New Jersey)
    7. Josh Wagner (Wisconsin) wrestled for Missouri
    8. Andrew Krieger (New York)
    135
    1. Ryan Lang (Ohio) 2X AA for Northwestern
    2. Zach Flake (Ohio)
    3. Josh Churella (Michigan) 3X AA for Michigan
    4. Cale Griffin (Missouri)
    5. Anthony Constantino (Ohio)
    6. Donny Ooton (Virginia)
    7. Brian Dyer (Illinois)
    8. Jeremy Meyer (Iowa)
    140
    1. Daniel Mason-Strauss (Ohio)
    2. Levi Duyn (Florida)
    3. Charles Agozzino (Ohio)
    4. Clint Leonard (Idaho)
    5. Ryan Needle (New York)
    6. Patrick Payne (California)
    7. Kurt Gross (Ohio) wrestled for Kent State
    8. Scott Heckman (Pennsylvania)
    145
    1. Jeff Ecklof (Pennsylvania)
    2. Kyle Larson (Oregon)
    3. Tyler Williams (Illinois)
    4. Dustin Dahlblom (Minnesota)
    5. Max Dean (Ohio) wrestled for IU and Oklahoma
    6. Jeffrey Marsh (Michigan) wrestled for Michigan

    7. Ryan Hurley (Ohio)
    8. Brock Wittmeyer (Missouri)
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    1. C.P. Schlatter (Ohio) AA for Minnesota
    2. Eric Tannenbaum (Illinois) 4X AA for Michigan
    3. Mitch Kuhlman (Minnesota) wrestled for Minnesota
    4. Josh Glenn (New York) 3X AA for American

    5. Charles Jones (Oklahoma)
    6. Ricky Frondorf (New Jersey)
    7. Nick Pullano (Virginia)
    8. Zach Lee (Arizona)
    160
    1. Mark Perry (New Jersey) 4X AA for Iowa
    2. Vinnie Salek (New Jersey)
    3. David Bertolino (Ohio) AA for Iowa State
    4. Gabe Dretsch (Minnesota) wrestled for Minnesota

    5. James Schultz (Indiana)
    6. James King (Texas)
    7. Brett Slone (California)
    8. Evan Copeland (New Mexico)
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    1. Jason Hackett (Ohio)
    2. Jake Herbert (Pennsylvania) 3X AA for Northwestern
    3. Joshua Weitzel (Pennsylvania) wrestled for Oklahoma

    4. Brent Parkey (Oklahoma)
    5. Luke Hogle (Oregon)
    6. George Lynaugh (Minnesota)
    7. Ryan Knapp (Ohio)
    8. Eric Pedretti (Iowa)
    189
    1. Roger Kish (Michigan) 2X AA for Minnesota
    2. J.D. Bergman (Ohio) 3X AA for Ohio State
    3. Joe Williams (California) wrestled for Michigan State
    4. Philip Davis (Pennsylvania) 4X AA for Penn State

    5. Clay Kehrer (Texas)
    6. Dino Razzano (Ohio)
    7. Jared Massey (Minnesota)
    8. Kyle Narkiewicz (Pennsylvania)
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    1. Matt Koz (Ohio) wrestled for UTC and Minnesota
    2. Chad Espinoza (Nevada)
    3. Jared Villers (Ohio) wrestled for West Virginia
    4. Andy Patrick (Idaho)
    5. Gian Villante (New York)
    6. Ellery Tarazon (Arizona)
    7. Adam Wilmoth (Michigan)
    8. Rocky Richey (Oklahoma)
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    1. Adam Cooney (New Jersey)
    2. Ryan Kotzea (South Dakota)
    3. Patrick Barrentine (Ohio)
    4. Bubba Gritter (Michigan) 2X AA for Central Michigan
    5. Jon May (Minnesota)
    6. Olabode Ogunwole (Maryland) AA for Harvard
    7. John Sullivan (Connecticut)

    Feel free to add to these. The most surprising was that Josh Glenn was a 152lber coming out of high school!
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    Default Re: 2003 NHSCA Senior Nationals

    There have been some sick weights in the past. This one from 2001 was pretty weak; too bad none of these guys ever amounted to anything.

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    1. Joseph Dubuque (New Jersey)
    2. Ricky LaForge (New Jersey)
    3. Nick Simmons (Michigan)
    4. Nate Gallick (Arizona)
    5. Travis Lee (Hawaii)
    6. Shawn Bunch (Kansas)
    7. Jacob Palomino (California)
    8. Drew Opfer (Ohio)
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    That top 6 is absolutely ungodly.

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    I think that 2001 weight is the weight by which all other weights are judges at Sr. Nats.
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    I'll just update 119 out of time restraints. I'm thinking Barth signed to NIU or UNI, but don't remember seeing him wrestle in college.

    1. Robbie Preston (New Jersey) wrestled for Harvard
    2. Michael Sees (Pennsylvania) wrestled for Bloomsburg
    3. Chad Mendes (California) 2X AA for Cal Poly

    4. Brandon Kinney (Michigan)wrestled for Columbia
    5. Patrick Barth (Illinois)
    6. Zachary Berman (Illinois) wrestled briefly for NIU
    7. Eric Sanders (Minnesota)
    8. Zachariah Thone (New Hampshire)

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    1. Robbie Preston (New Jersey) wrestled for Harvard
    2. Michael Sees (Pennsylvania) wrestled for Bloomsburg
    3. Chad Mendes (California) 2X AA for Cal Poly

    4. Brandon Kinney (Michigan)wrestled for Columbia
    5. Patrick Barth (Illinois)
    6. Zachary Berman (Illinois) wrestled briefly for NIU
    7. Eric Sanders (Minnesota) wrestled at North Dakota State
    8. Zachariah Thone (New Hampshire)

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    189 is pretty solid with 9 AA performances, with one champion and three runnerups. Joe Williams had a decent but not outstanding career for Michigan State and Kehrer was a part time stater for Oklahoma State.

    1. Roger Kish (Michigan) 2X AA for Minnesota
    2. J.D. Bergman (Ohio) 3X AA for Ohio State
    3. Joe Williams (California) wrestled for Michigan State
    4. Philip Davis (Pennsylvania) 4X AA for Penn State
    5. Clay Kehrer (Texas)
    6. Dino Razzano (Ohio)
    7. Jared Massey (Minnesota)
    8. Kyle Narkiewicz (Pennsylvania)

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    1. C.P. Schlatter (Ohio) AA for Minnesota
    2. Eric Tannenbaum (Illinois) 4X AA for Michigan
    3. Mitch Kuhlman (Minnesota) wrestled for Minnesota
    4. Josh Glenn (New York) 3X AA for American

    Talk about a growth spurt. Almost matches Big.

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    135. 2. Zac Flake (Ohio). National juco champ.
    140. 3. Charles Agozzino (Ohio). Wrestled backup for Penn (I believe).
    140. 5. Ryan Needle (New York). Signed with Ohio State, then tranferred somewhere in PA.
    145. 7. Ryan Hurley (Ohio). Cleveland State.

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