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    Another LeHigh kid -Napoli-has as much potential as anyone
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    Zapp youre wrong, and you love womens soccer too much to properly evaluate Metcalf v. Palmer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaisforlovers View Post
    Zapp youre wrong, and you love womens soccer too much to properly evaluate Metcalf v. Palmer.
    Oh, well after this well designed argument, i'm certainly in my place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by r.payton@att.net View Post
    Another LeHigh kid -Napoli-has as much potential as anyone
    He went from 21-12 to 18-13 from fresh to soph yr. Unless I missed some of his results from his RS year(do you have any results for him Russ) I think he's going to be more/less the same gatekeeper top 15-20 type of dude.
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    32-6 last year as a RS at 157.

    11/6/2011 Cerrone, Zach West Virginia 157 W FALL 2:14 2nd 11/6/2011 Demery, Terrence West Virginia 157 W TF5 17 - 0 () 2nd 11/6/2011 Watson, Johnny Navy 157 W MD 11 - 2 2nd 11/6/2011 Basich, Zach Navy 157 L DEC 4 - 5 2nd 11/12/2011 Fischer, Nick Penn State 157 L SV

    11/12/2011 Miracle, Shawn Army 157 W MD 12 - 2
    11/12/2011 Darling, John T.C.N.J. 157 W DEC 7 - 5
    11/12/2011 Pencook, Justin Gloucester 157 W MD 12 - 3
    11/12/2011 Smith, Donald Delaware Valley 157 W DEC 6 - 3
    11/12/2011 Darling, John T.C.N.J. 157 W DEC 7 - 2
    11/12/2011 Frost, Anthony Kutztown 157 W MD 13 - 1
    11/20/2011 Frost, Anthony Kutztown University 157 W DEC 11 - 4
    11/20/2011 Doyle, Ryan Columbia University 157 W FALL 0:42
    11/20/2011 Friedfeld, Samuel New York University 157 W FALL 1:00
    11/20/2011 Martinez, Ray Gloucester County College 157 W MD 16 - 2
    11/20/2011 Welsh, Shane Lehigh 157 W DEC 4 - 1
    11/20/2011 Hess, Eric Lehigh 157 W DEC 3 - 2
    11/26/2011 SPATARO, MATT Hofstra 157 W DEC 5 - 2
    11/26/2011 WESLEY, DAVID Virginia 157 W DEC 6 - 2
    11/26/2011 Fry, Aaron Lock Haven 157 W DEC 7 - 2
    11/26/2011 Hess, Eric Lehigh 157 W SV 5 - 3
    12/4/2011 Vollrath, James Penn State 157 L DEC 2 - 3
    12/4/2011 Fajardo, Eric Columbia University 157 W MD 10 - 0
    12/4/2011 Greisheimer, Johnny Edinboro 157 L DEC 6 - 8
    12/4/2011 John, Kyle Maryland 157 W Mfor

    12/4/2011 Reeb, Clay Buffalo 157 W FALL 5:43
    12/4/2011 Chamish, Joe Binghamton University 157 W MD 14 - 0
    12/4/2011 Smith, Luke Central Michigan 157 W DEC 9 - 4
    12/4/2011 Smith, Luke Central Michigan 157 W DEC 9 - 4
    12/29/2011 Santiago, Ramon Rider 157 L DEC 3 - 5
    12/29/2011 Brewster, Joseph South Dakota State 157 W FALL 2:18
    12/29/2011 Aniciete, Napoleon Utah Valley 157 W TF

    12/29/2011 Monk, Steven North Dakota State 157 L TF

    12/29/2011 Flynn, Nick South Dakota State 157 W DEC 4 - 0
    1/15/2012 Butler, Blaise Virginia 157 W MD 9 - 0
    1/15/2012 Flynn, Nick South Dakota St 157 W DEC 9 - 3
    1/15/2012 Morris, Adam Binghamton 157 W TF

    1/15/2012 Watson, Johnny Navy 157 W MD 11 - 1
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    With his best two wins probably the ones over his teammates Walsh and Hess, not really a murderer's row of opponents.

    He's got a shot though. Just like everyone else.
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    I think Napoli will be at 149 next year , that is why I am picking him.
    Another kid will be Dom Kastl .
    You know, I think I would rather be a man than a god . We don't need anyone to believe in us. We just keep going anyhow. It's what we do.

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    Did Kastle's brother wrestle for Graham last year? I thought I heard something about the Kastl from Graham having a brother wrestling for some California university, I forget which one.

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    Cal Poly
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