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23 hours ago, Mason422 said:

Not sure why you feel the need to bash a kid on a public forum. Unless you are a Cleveland coach or have access to there roster on track not sure you could ever know what weight class Jackson certified at. For example my son wrestled all over the place this year. Certified at 120.3 wrestled half of the season at 132 then the other half at 138.  He was entered NHSCA at 126, and will wrestle 132 the most of this season.  Would you have called him a cheat if he wrestled 120 or 126 at NHSCA?  Be proud of theses southern kids doing well instead of trying to find fault with them.  
 

what weight class do you think Jackson certified at?  If you just looked at his weigh ins on track you don’t have a clue. 
 

Sid Mason 

You do know you can find weight certifications on trackwrestling right? Not just a weigh in from a tourney, but the actual weight certifications.

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23 hours ago, Mason422 said:

Lol. Been a long time since there was a 119 weight class.  My point was that guy can’t have a clue what Jackson certified at.  Just on here bashing kids. I rarely comment on here but ever who Umnooo or ever what he calls himself is always stiring the pot.  I personally hate the user names.  Wish everyone would state who they are if they are gonna be so negative all of the time. 
 

Sid Mason

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What's funny is that so many people claim to be all virtuous here on this board, but many of them will report another team to the TSSAA in a heartbeat if they find something wrong.  Seen it.  Lived it.

Yes, weight certifications are stored in Track.  Yes, Bradford wrestled a weight class too low.  I expect his folks didnt know any better. No, no one really cares though.  I bet a huge percentage of kids at NHSCA do that.

 

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First, I want it to be known that I have zero connection to the Cleveland wrestling program. These posts coming from grown adults complaining over what weight a kid wrestled at a national tournament is absolutely pathetic. I mean come on folks... are we really that jealous of Cleveland that we have to start attacking a kid who simply wanted to go the extra mile to help give himself the best chance he could to succeed and represent OUR state on the national scene?? Please... If anything, I think it's commendable. Best of luck to Mr. Bradford on the rest of his career!

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