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« Reply #15 on: January 10, 2018, 11:03:32 AM »

Beau Yineman never gets the love he deserves.  He had his 100th win at the State Tournament last year and he is 23-0 this year.

Please give the data like the rest of the kids listed and he will be added. 
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« Reply #16 on: January 10, 2018, 11:10:16 AM »

Beau Yineman 124 Career Wins

26/31/44/23-0 right now
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« Reply #17 on: January 10, 2018, 12:19:36 PM »

Bryce Henschel     West Bend East    27/32/38/19      116
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« Reply #18 on: February 13, 2018, 11:02:58 AM »

Updated heading into sectionals...


Wrestler              School               FR/SO/JR/SR      Career Wins
Tyler Dow             Stoughton        39/52/55/46          191
Frank Garcia         Ken Tremper     49/48/47/45         189
Jared Krattinger    Waterford         43/51/51/43          188
Drew Scharenbrock Sun Prairie      41/51/48/45         184
Caleb Ziebell         Slinger             41/48/44/42          175
Peyton Mocco         WA Hale          43/35/46/47          171
Zach Lee               Kaukauna        34/46/45/41           166
Jacob Anderson     Hudson            37/45/46/37          165
Jacob DeMeyer      Rhinelander      41/41/43/40          165
Mason French        Ken Tremper     41/50/35/39          165
Mason McMillen      Reedsburg       39/42/43/39          163
Zeke Smith            Sauk Prairie      32/41/45/41         161
Keaton Kluever       Kaukauna         39/39/50/40         161
Mason Phillips       Eau Claire N      45/49/38/28           160
Hayden Krein          Sparta             40/43/36/38         157
Eric Halverson        Pewaukee         32/41/42/40         155
Beau Yineman        Neenah             26/31/44/38         139
Bryce Henschel     West Bend East    27/32/38/35       132
Aaron Schulist        Mukwonago       34/38/42/5         119
Tom Dineen            Marquette        34/36/44/3          117
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« Reply #19 on: February 13, 2018, 02:07:06 PM »

Good point. They'd be .500 in D1 wrestling. Wink

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I find it funny that you both put down all the D2 & D3 studs and say they would b .500 or .333 in D1, I know there are plenty of D2 & D3's knocking off ur "D1" studs, Stratford, Ellsworth, Luxembourg/Casco, Athens, Oconto Falls, Mineral Point, Coleman, Riverdale, River Valley, Lodi, Nekoosa, Baldwin-Woodville, Campbellsport, All have had squads of absolute studs these over the yrs, not to mention Hunter Marko, Jens Lantz, Devin Bahr, oh but those kids would b .500 in D1, what a pretty arrogant statement you made. Those kids would be #1 in any division, just becuz u have more kids to pick from and to think D1 is so much better, there are a lot a studs in them small schools, Brock Schlough, Sam Stahl, Aidan Medora, the Bianchi's, Garrett Joles, Jeremy Schoenherr, Tyler Hannah.

Going further back
Hunter Weber
Garrett Lowney
The Liegal's
Shawn Ange
Jeremy Brunke
Tyler Turner
Tony Turner
Jeremy Maye
Zach Cibula
Tim Hartung
Kalvin York
Ryan Breininger
Brian Slater
Brad Marten
Luke Bailey
Mason Kauffman
Cole Martin
Alston Nutter
Jacob Morrissey
Maja Casey
AJ Kissel
Brock Bergelin
Nick Hagar
Mike Kelly
Peter Rogers
Jarin Zander
Ryan Kutz
Keith Sieracki
Aaron Sieracki
 The list can go on & on



Those kids were all small town studs that competed with the best D1 boys and beat many D1 boys. But according to Ivan & Big G these boys would have been only .500 or lower in D1.

I just had to give props to those small town studs, I sometimes wish we could go back to 1 Division just to see how it all plays out.

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« Reply #20 on: February 13, 2018, 02:58:38 PM »

Good point. They'd be .500 in D1 wrestling. Wink

More like .333 Smiley



I find it funny that you both put down all the D2 & D3 studs and say they would b .500 or .333 in D1, I know there are plenty of D2 & D3's knocking off ur "D1" studs, Stratford, Ellsworth, Luxembourg/Casco, Athens, Oconto Falls, Mineral Point, Coleman, Riverdale, River Valley, Lodi, Nekoosa, Baldwin-Woodville, Campbellsport, All have had squads of absolute studs these over the yrs, not to mention Hunter Marko, Jens Lantz, Devin Bahr, oh but those kids would b .500 in D1, what a pretty arrogant statement you made. Those kids would be #1 in any division, just becuz u have more kids to pick from and to think D1 is so much better, there are a lot a studs in them small schools, Brock Schlough, Sam Stahl, Aidan Medora, the Bianchi's, Garrett Joles, Jeremy Schoenherr, Tyler Hannah.

Those kids were all small town studs that competed with the best D1 boys and beat many D1 boys. But according to Ivan & Big G these boys would have been only .500 or lower in D1.

I just had to give props to those small town studs, I sometimes wish we could go back to 1 Division just to see how it all plays out.

Hey man, do you, but I suspect the reason those little faces are there is because those two are defending Division 2 & 3, making fun of the people that say Division 2 & 3 can't hang.

I get that sarcasm on a message board can be easy to miss, but I think they're both with you, not against you.
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« Reply #21 on: February 13, 2018, 11:07:36 PM »

Updated heading into sectionals...


Wrestler              School               FR/SO/JR/SR      Career Wins
Tyler Dow             Stoughton        39/52/55/46          191
Frank Garcia         Ken Tremper     49/48/47/45         189
Jared Krattinger    Waterford         43/51/51/43          188
Drew Scharenbrock Sun Prairie      41/51/48/45         184
Caleb Ziebell         Slinger             41/48/44/42          175
Peyton Mocco         WA Hale          43/35/46/47          171
Zach Lee               Kaukauna        34/46/45/41           166
Jacob Anderson     Hudson            37/45/46/37          165
Jacob DeMeyer      Rhinelander      41/41/43/40          165
Mason French        Ken Tremper     41/50/35/39          165
Mason McMillen      Reedsburg       39/42/43/39          163
Zeke Smith            Sauk Prairie      32/41/45/41         161
Keaton Kluever       Kaukauna         39/39/50/40         161
Mason Phillips       Eau Claire N      45/49/38/28           160
Hayden Krein          Sparta             40/43/36/38         157
Eric Halverson        Pewaukee         32/41/42/40         155
Beau Yineman        Neenah             26/31/44/38         139
Bryce Henschel     West Bend East    27/32/38/35       132
Aaron Schulist        Mukwonago       34/38/42/5         119
Tom Dineen            Marquette        34/36/44/3          117
I believe Keaton Kluever may be the first 4x placer at D1 HWT with a placement this year.
The big fellas are better then ever.

Your belief, more like guess, is way off. Last year was the first year he placed.
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« Reply #22 on: February 13, 2018, 11:29:56 PM »

Brandon Lucht - Antigo
28 F, 33 Soph, 28 J, 36 Sen. Total - 125
Junior year we were in D2.
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« Reply #23 on: February 14, 2018, 05:59:22 PM »

Thomas Severson,  DC Everest is around 135
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« Reply #24 on: February 15, 2018, 09:16:39 PM »

Holmen Seniors:

Tanner Schultz:  40 / 41 / 37 / 37 = 155
Isaac Lahr:  30 / 26 / 32 / 42 = 130
Jack Westcott:  21 / 22 / 41 / 43 = 127

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