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    Every year this tournament gets better and better. This year the Okies are bringing their full squad as is Mizzou. Not sure if the Sooners and Illinois are bringing everyone but they will send some. Here is a list of who is wrestling for Iowa.

    Open Division
    Sam Brooks 184
    Topher Carton 141
    Joe Ducharme 165
    Thomas Gilman 125
    Brody Grothus 149
    Josh Haug 197
    Jake Kadel 157
    Alex Meyer 184
    Ethan Owens 141
    Connor Ryan 149
    Brandon Sorensen 157

    Fresh/Soph Division
    Broc Berge 197
    Faraan Brantley 174
    Trevor Graves 174
    Phil Laux 125
    Chance Shelton 133
    Logan Thomsen 157
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    A few awesome match ups coming.

    Kindig v. Houdashelt
    Rosholt v. Cox (CROWN HIM!)
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    I bet Cox wins.
    THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON ON EARTH IS THE HUMAN SOUL ON FIRE

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    125 Gilman dec Klimara 5-2
    133 Morrison dec Murphy 5-0
    141 Mayes WBF Collica (Feikert DNP)
    149 Houdashelt MD Kindig 10-2
    157 Dieringer dec LaVallee 7-4
    165 Caldwell dec Toal 2-0
    174 Perry dec England 3-2
    184 Smith (Mighty Ouachita Baptist University) dec Brooks 3-2. Smith also beat Boyd and Crutchmer from OSU
    197 Cox dec Rosholt 7-3 (Somewhere Vais is doing his happy dance)
    285 Marsden dec Walker 3-2
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    From OSU 184 pounders: Crutchmer beat Boyd and Boyd beat Jordan Rogers (again). OSU is obviously a great team and just cracking the starting lineup is an accomplishment in and of itself, but I bet Jordan Rogers never thought he'd be the third best at his weight on the team. I hope Jordan can fill some of the holes in his game. He's a great talent, but high school success hasn't translated well into success at the college level.

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