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    can anyone tell me the fastest pin ever for high school?

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    ive had a 15 second pin last year

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    I coached a kid who got pinned in 6 secs.

    It was actually about 4 or 5, but it took the ref a few seonds to get on the mat and call the pin.

    My kid was a better than average wrestler, too.

    A 215 lber, his oppontent bear hugged him straight to his back when the whistle blew.

    We had lots of laughs about that match after the initial shock wore off.
    Last edited by Ground&Pound; 12-09-2007 at 11:39 PM.

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    well you gota admit 15 seconds is pretty good for a 119 pounder though
    freshman at that

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    From Wrestling USA's records:

    FASTEST FALLS
    90-95 lbs. Steve Gourgareas (91), Pleasantville (NY) HS, pinned J.F. Kennedy
    opponent in :04 (1/16/93) Coach Robert Bernarducci
    96-100 lbs. Kevin Dick (98), Montpelier (OH) HS, pinned Liberty Center opponent
    in :05 (1970-71) Coach Daniel West
    101-105 lbs. Travis Sullivan (103), Monticello (KY) Wayne Co. HS, pinned Johnson
    Central opponent in :03.2 (2/11/06) Coach Danny Upchurch
    106-110 lbs. Danny Duff (106), Miami Coral Park HS, pinned Miami Beach opponent
    in :05 (1/27/65) Coach Dwight Witty
    111-115 lbs. Landry McDuffie (112), Lumberton (NC) HS, pinned opponent in :03
    (E. A Laney Invitational, 1989-90) Coaches Matthew Lynch and Tal Dickerson.
    116-120 lbs. Larry Smith (119), Batavia (OH) HS, pinned Williamsburgh opponent
    in :04 (2/13/87) Coach Dennis Wells
    121-125 lbs. Scott Hatcher (125), Anaconda (MT) HS, pinned Livingston opponent
    in :04 (2/2/90) Coach Jim Janosko
    126-130 lbs. Todd Milhoan (130), Phoenix (AZ) Greenway HS, pinned Glendale
    opponent in :04 (1/10/96) Coaches Mike Childress and Bill Rader
    131-135 lbs. Spencer Manley (135), Chattanooga (TN) McCallie School, pinned
    Knoxville Catholic opponent in :04 (1/21/03) Coach Gordon Connell
    136-140 lbs. Blair Renfrow (140), Brunswick (GA) Glynn Academy, pinned Tift County
    opponent in :04 (12/06/03) Coach Tom Bartolotta

    141-145 lbs. Brian Murray (145), Wilmington (MA) HS, pinned Littleton opponent
    in :04 (12/30/89) Coach Michael Nee
    146-150 lbs. Ryan Alfau (147), Homestead (FL) South Dade HS, pinned Port St. Lucie
    opponent in :05 (1/9/98) Coach Victor Balmeceda
    151-155 lbs. Anthony Cross (155), Ossining (NY) HS, pinned Woodlands opponent
    in :04 (1985) Coach Ken Calao
    156-160 lbs. Barrett Lee (160), Dallas (TX) Bishop Lynch HS, pinned Woodrow Wilson
    HS opponent in :04 (1/10/96) Coach Tim Mathews
    161-165 lbs. Chad Stocks (162), Brunswick (MD) HS, pinned Loch Raven opponent
    in :06 (12/30/03) Coach Scott Mogar
    166-170 lbs. Robert Scavage (167), Mt. Carmel (PA) HS, pinned Millerburg opponent
    in :04 (1968-69) Coach Frank Pecaitis
    171-175 lbs. Steve Barr (171), Yale (MI) HS, pinned Dryden opponent in :03 (2/10/96)
    Coach Jim Peltier
    176-180 lbs. Joe Amaral (180), San Diego (CA) University HS, pinned Claremont
    opponent in :03 (1968-69)
    181-185 lbs. Bill Knighton (185), Lancaster (OH) Fairfield Union HS, pinned Bloom
    Carroll opponent in :05 (1/16/79) Coach Frank Poling
    186-190 lbs. Rodney Wallace (189), Ganado (AZ) HS, pinned Many Farms opponent
    in :04 (1/11/91) Coaches Earl Crisp and Merlin Yazie
    191-200 lbs. Roger Erickson (198), Troy (MI) Athens HS, pinned Flat Rock opponent
    in :05 (12/5/81) Coach William Wilde
    201-220 lbs. Jason Reedy (215), Chilhowie (VA) HS, pinned Damascus Holston HS
    opponent in :04 (1/20/99) Coach Bill Clear
    221-275 lbs. Andy Cross (275), Morgantown (WV) HS, pinned opponent in :04 (2/21/72)
    Coach Robert DeAntonis
    Super 32 Challenge - October 26-27, 2013

    "Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference

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    North Carolina's records:

    http://ncmat.com/etc/fastest_pins.html

    5 recorded at :03
    Super 32 Challenge - October 26-27, 2013

    "Good things happen when you wrestle for a full seven minutes." -- Jayson Ness, post-finals press conference

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    Quote Originally Posted by dan_gable_jr. View Post
    well you gota admit 15 seconds is pretty good for a 119 pounder though
    freshman at that


    my son is a freshman this year.{2007} This is his first year to ever wrestle. He goes to Wren High School in Anderson SC. The school record for the fastest
    pin was 15 seconds until he broke it with a 9 second pin. He is in the 103 class.

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    I have witnessed a 6 and a 7 second pin. One was by Jeremy Wilson for Owatonna and I forget who the other one was but it was also by Owatonna.

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    I've seen a four-second pin. Two teammates at the NOVA Classic from Tallwood. Heated team race and one guy pushed the other, he flopped back, stayed flat and boom. Team points were the issue, but they ended up losing to Poquoson by about 2-3 points in the team race.

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