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Looking ahead to 2019

Postby Tackletrap » Thu Mar 01, 2018 12:07 pm

A ton of Seinors graduating this year. Who are the wrestlers to watch next year in each weight class, who are the teams to watch ?
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Re: Looking ahead to 2019

Postby fun_with_pics » Thu Mar 01, 2018 9:24 pm

Heard a rumor that Nic Mills and JJ Worster are planning to bulk up and gain some weight.That would be quite the 220 wt class with DeGroot and Boyd if the 2 stay in that wt bracket . Mills, DeGroot and I think Boyd, will be seniors. There's 3 class A kids and 1 class B for that mix. Not sure for other wt classes or wrestlers.
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Re: Looking ahead to 2019

Postby MJ123 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 9:11 pm

There are 2 more Frost brothers coming into Bonny a Eagle with one of them graduating. They are all the same weight so one of them will go 106, the other 113, and that will leave Colby having to bump from 106 to 120 next year.
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Re: Looking ahead to 2019

Postby java » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:58 am

logan lord will be a senior. he will be a force to reckon with
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Re: Looking ahead to 2019

Postby interloper » Fri Mar 09, 2018 11:47 am

When you look at teams, you have to start with Marshwood and Noble.
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Re: Looking ahead to 2019

Postby ChampMan » Thu Mar 29, 2018 10:43 am

I heard Craig won't be in Maine next year, so I'm guessing that means not only are amazing seniors leaving, but a freshman that I believe would have an amazing 3 more years, and possibly a 2 x new england champ is leaving as well. I think we're going to have to rely on who's coming up now. We'll actually be seeing lower weights to fill Craigs position such as Kelvin Griffin, Jackson Sutherland, Brody Smith, Cam and Kaiden Frost, and more that i cant think of off the top of my head. Though with Craig leaving, and and I believe most of the New england 106's bumping up, 106 is going to be very weak. Not only in Maine but New England. My guess for 106 next year is that one of the three Frost boys win it since both Kelvin Griffin and Jackson Sutherland would have to maintain their weight for a whole summer to get down to 106, where-as the Frost boys are naturally small.
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Re: Looking ahead to 2019

Postby MJ123 » Thu Mar 29, 2018 11:44 am

I heard Kelvin Griffin will be going to a prep school next year not in Maine
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