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    Quote Originally Posted by drhswrestler View Post
    i am a highschool wrestler. I think that there isnt as many because i tried asking a question and got one response. i wish i could have gotten more so it would have been more help.
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    To Wrestling Prodigy: I wrestle in PA

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    I would post here more but i spend most of my time on facebook and myspace
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    Not high school anymore. My son is sophomore in college now. This is one of the best sites for info on wrestlers and questions. Find a good coach or mentor and figure it out. Thats what its about. Figuring it out. When everything clicks you'll know it. Keep working and you will see the results. Iowa has a web site also. Check it out. Its second best, I think.

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