Started by thequad, January 14, 2022, 01:25:45 PM
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Quote from: downtown on January 14, 2022, 06:57:16 PMSo the number 1 ranked team in division three wrestles the number 2 ranked team in division 2 and they forfeit 3 weight classes. Two incredibly strong programs that have been dominate in the state of Wisconsin since the inception of boys wrestling by the WIAA with having 23 team state championships between the two of them. But people want to think that we don't have too many weight classes. Interesting.
Quote from: downtown on January 15, 2022, 09:05:21 AMThere is always an excuse/reason from the camp of not reducing weight classes. The simple fact and numbers support that two of the greatest programs this state has ever produced on a non "down" year for them couldn't field a full lineup. I am sure you can and will use the excuse of COVID, injury, kid missed weight, ect.... The fact is that two of the top teams in the state not only of this season but of all time obviously have a hard time fielding a full team if everything isn't going just right for them.