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Current Issue and Digital Information

The latest issue (Vol. 24, Issue 4) of Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine  — called WIN’s High School Postseason Edition — has been printed Feb. 9 and is now available in digital form.

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Page 7 — BERGEN CATHOLIC RULES — Dave Bell, who took over the Bergen Catholic program in New Jersey nearly two decades ago, actually credits Blair Academy — the team BC beat to earn the No. 1 ranking — for his team’s current success.

Page 21 — HIGH SCHOOL’S SUPPLY & DEMAND — As the participation numbers of prep wrestlers continue its nearly decade-long decline, prep coaches are trying to find ways to deal with forfeits, including deciding on how many weight classes are optimal.

Page 23 — GROWING FROM WITHIN — Clovis High School in California and Southeast Polk High in Iowa are proving they can develop depth to their programs as past teams once did by promoting their middle-school programs.

Page 25 — RMN EVENTS WESTERN ROUND-UP — Paul Garcia of Nebraska excels on the mat and by helping needy in his Scottsbluff community, while two-time Colorado champion Theorius Robinson of Pomona is showing how far hard work can get you in life.

Page 26 — HIGH SCHOOL NOTEBOOK — Southern teams excelled, including Camden County that graduated half its line-up from last year’s Class 7A double team championship squad. Camden Country recently won its fourth straight Georgia dual state title.

Page 28 — CHEERS FOR FELICITY TAYLOR — The nation’s second-ranked 106-pounder went out for wrestling when she failed to become a wrestling cheerleader four years ago. Since then, the senior became the first Iowa girl to win 100 career matches.

Page 30 — TURNING THE TIDE — Freshman Sean Moriarty of Maine is beating foes on the mat while he continues to battle Cystic Fibrosis, since the age of 4.

Page 35 — CLASH OF DIVISION I’S TOP TWO TEAMS — The Penn State-Ohio State dual meet on Feb. 3 lived up to its billing as the Nittany Lions rallied to beat the Bucks at home. Now, the rivals will work to finish their conference season and get ready post-season tourneys.

Page 42 — NCAA QUALIFIERS — What will be the key storylines of the eight conference championships which will take place between Feb. 25 and March 4 that will eventually send 330 wrestlers to the NCAA Championships.

Page 48 — SEVEN MINUTES WITH TROY HEILMANN — The 149-pound senior from North Carolina goes one-on-one with Trackwrestling’s Andy Hamilton and shares what the strangest thing he’s thought about while wrestling.

Page 49 — REMEMBERING PA LEGENDS — Wrestling had to say goodbye to former Pitt Panther coach Rande Stottlemyer and Mike Smith of the Mid-Atlantic Wrestling Association, who passed away this winter.

Page 53 — SNYDER, TAYLOR EARN YARYGIN GOLD — Kyle Snyder captured a second straight gold medal and David Taylor also left Russia with a championship at the prestigious tournament where several other Americans medaled.

 

  • Also check out columns by Dan Gable, Jordan Burroughs, Kyle Dake, David Taylor, Ben Peterson, Ken Chertow, John Fritz, Kyle Klingman, Mike Chapman, Sandy Stevens and Wayne Baughman.

 

 

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