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Cody Phillips Signs on to Wrestle for University of Minnesota

Cody Phillips Signs on to Wrestle for University of Minnesota

Cody Phillips is the picture of perseverance and persistence. From struggling to win to becoming a multiple state champion in high school, Phillips kept working hard at wrestling. That hard work led him to back-to-back Indiana state titles — and leads him next to the Big Ten as part of a prestigious University of Minnesota […]

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112 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (2010-2011)

112 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings  (2010-2011)

Sophomore Anthony Ashnault (43-0) of South Plainfield (NJ) takes home the Top Spot at 112 for the final 2010-2011 national rankings.  Champion of the preseason Super 32 and a New Jersey State Champion, Ashnault heads into his Junior season with everything going for him.  A perfect 86-0 in high school, Ashnault has the chance to […]

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19 Feb Posted by in Indiana Wrestling | Comments

Cody Phillips (No. 9 @ 112) Upset by Jarred Brooks in Indiana State Semi’s

Cody Phillips (No. 9 @ 112) Upset by Jarred Brooks in Indiana State Semi’s

Not suprisringly,112 continues to produce great matches at the Indiana State Wrestling Tournament. Pendleton Heights’ Mason Todd (31-0) holds off a tough challenge from Hanover Central’s Paul Petrov for a 3-2 victory. Big news in the other semifinal, where Warsaw’s Jarred Brooks (30-1) used a big second period to beat Union County’s Cody Phillips (No. […]

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13 Feb Posted by in Indiana Wrestling | Comments

Cody Phillips (No. 9 @ 112) Suffers First Career Loss, Still Advances to State

Cody Phillips (No. 9 @ 112) Suffers First Career Loss, Still Advances to State

When you sport a target as big as Cody Phillips (No. 9 @ 112), it is just a matter of time before someone hits it. On Saturday, Mason Todd found the bull’s-eye.  The junior from Pendleton Heights bagged what was arguably the biggest upset in the state during the IHSAA individual wrestling semistate at Chrysler […]

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152 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

152 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

HSWrestling.net’s High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings January 2011 152: Destin McCauley (12)  —  Apple Valley, MN Ian Miller (12)  —  Oak Harbor, OH Lex Ozias (12)  —  Southern Garrett, MD Roger Wildmo (12)  —  Durand, MI Chance Marsteller (9)  —  Kennard Dale, PA Stephen Robertson (12)  —  Montini Catholic, IL Colby Kloetzer (12)  —  […]

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112 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

112 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

HSWrestling.net’s High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings January 2011 112: Anthony Ashnault (10)  —  South Plainfield, NJ Evan Silver (12)  —  Blair Academy, NJ George DiCamillo (11)  —  St. Ignatius, OH Jered Cortez (9)  —  Marmion Academy, IL Conner Schram (10)  —  Canon-McMillan, PA Dalton Brady (10)  —  Chandler, AZ Nick Roberts (11)  —  North […]

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103 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

103 lbs High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings (Jan. 2011)

HSWrestling.net’s High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings January 2011 103: Nathan Tomasello (10)  —  CVCA, OH Darian Cruz (10)  —  Bethlehem Catholic, PA Joey McKenna (10)  —  Blair Academy, NJ Phillip Laux (11)  —  Iowa City West, IA Zac Gentzler (10)  —  Andover Central, KS Micah Hight (9)  —  Ceasar Rodney, DE Richie Bliss (12)  […]

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21 Nov Posted by in HS Wrestling Blog | Comments

Ten Things to Watch in Iowa

Ten Things to Watch in Iowa

DAN MCCOOL dmccool@dmreg.com The bar for wrestling success is always set high in the state of Iowa. That was evident last season as the state led the country in the number of national collegiate team championships, winning three of six crowns. NCAA Division I champion Iowa, Division III title holder Wartburg and national junior college […]

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