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  1. RAMSEY RUMBLE WHEN: Saturday January 18, 2020 WEIGH INS: JV - 7:30 am (round robins based on actual weight) Girls - 8:15 am (round robins based on actual weight) WRESTLING BEGINS: 9:30 am COST: $10 per wrestler. Please make checks out to Siegel Wrestling. Bring checks with you or mail checks to: Siegel High School (attn: Donovan Freeman) 3300 Siegel Rd Murfreesboro, TN 37129 SPECTATORS: $8 for adults / $5 for students (5 and under get in free) FORMAT: Round Robin Pools based on actual weight. REGISTRATION: Submit rosters by 11:59 am CST on Friday January 17 (Via Trackwrestling). Email [email protected] if you do not revive a registration link. PARTICIPANTS: This tournament is for JV wrestlers only. You can enter multiple wrestlers per weight class. These are wrestlers who are not starters, or have less than a 33% winning record on varsity. This is meant for those wrestlers who are not anticipated to wrestle at regionals to get matches. All rosters must be submitted by the registration deadline. NO ONSITE REGISTRAION. OTHER: Concessions will be available for wrestlers / spectators Hospitality room will be provided for coaches T-shirts will be sold Coaches, each team will get 2 wrist bands for the hospitality room. If you need more, they are $10 each. For any questions, please feel free to contact Donovan Freeman at [email protected]
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  2. Track has the result as Chittum over Dendy as a 7-2 decision.
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  3. Greenfield coach is still out there.
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  4. As a point of reference does the team score reflect a FALL or a decision?
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  5. Great post, brother. Hope your doing better now. Continue to pray for your health, my friend.
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  6. If you win a tournament that has #1, #2, and #3- and if you yourself beat 2 of the 3, then I think you have a strong argument to be number 1 after that performance. I have seen him wrestle several times over the last couple of years and will admit his career, including this year, has had several highs and lows, and a lot of close matches filled with plenty of losses. However, I think he proved this weekend that he does have the ability beat the best kids in the state and could do it again at state. I've always thought he looked like a tough kid and had great abilities (even in matches he's lost) in the past, so I am happy to see him get some big wins, and hope this means he's really turned a corner to be a top kid himself. And for any of you that want to argue with me, please re-read what I said and notice some specific word choices. Did I say I think he will win state? No, I said I think he could. Did I say he is the top guy and deserves to be #1? No, I just admitted that logically you could make a good argument given his last performance. I personally believe this weight class may be wide open, and there really isn't a clear cut #1 right now. Additionally, I have always made a point to never sound like I am insulting a child or speaking bad about them. By saying I don't think he is a clear cut #1, I think I may be flirting with that territory. So to be perfectly clear, Hunter- or his parents, if you read this yourself, let me first tell you congrats on the big wins! Also, I hope you can keep the momentum rolling for the rest of the season and prove you are #1 by winning the state tournament! I live in Knoxville- Fountain City, and do not have any connections to any specific programs, but have always rooted for Knoxville/Knoxville area kids at state, and if you make the finals this year I will be there rooting for you! Edit: And bump, not trying to argue with your opinion on him either, just felt the need to comment since its a kid I've seen a lot of in the past.
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  7. *insert eye roll here* lol
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  8. I hate to say it, and I respect Coach Grider and I believe the feeling is mutual, but I can’t help to wonder if GB’s Coach has his number. I’m just one of those guys that if I coached it would be like Union City did us a couple times and how Lake County did GB this year...run the same play over and over until they stop it. If they do stop it, then dig a little deeper, and run it again with more authority. Maybe we should have ran Raulston until his shoes come off in 2017, and maybe we should have ran Cooper this year until they stopped him then countered with Tipton. I’m no coach and I don’t pretend to be so if a coach calls me or texts me and says this is why we couldn’t, then I will say yes sir that’s why you are the coach(es). But from the bleachers it always looks different because mostly all we see is the end result, not the cogs that make it work.
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  9. No pin. Chittum neutralized to the last period and got some bonus points, but clearly no pin. 7-2 close match. Chittum a little stronger in this one and the aggressor... But, again, not sure why a pin call is in question. Watch it about 2/3rds through the video.
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  10. I disagree AE doesn’t recruit, many take players zone for AE.
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  11. Greenback’s leading tackler #15 LB/TE got over looked. Trust me when I say he laid the hardest licks & more of them than any other GB football player on the field including our linemen. Gave 100% every play.
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  12. Austin East probably is the worst for kids leaving. Carter, Halls, Gibbs, and some years South Doyle struggle to keep their top kids at home also. Its amazing the difference in how competitive those programs can be when they keep their kids at home. Its like they struggle to get to 500 most years, but when they keep 1 or 2 key players from transferring they may go 7-3 or 8-2 (and usually those 2 or 3 losses are competitive games rather then blow outs).
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