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  1. Coach Tom Hayes, founder of the Lexington High School Wrestling Program, had the wrestling room officially named after him this past Thursday, January 6, 2011. During his 21 years as the head wrestling coach at Lexington, his teams won 8 conference tournament titles, 10 conference dual titles, 7 district titles, and in 1976 won the Class A Team State Championship. He was also named the Coach of the Year for Missouri that same year. During his career, he coached 33 state medalists, 8 of which were state champions. Coach Hayes finished with a career dual record of 176-48. He was a member of the
  2. Coach Tom Hayes, founder of the Lexington High School Wrestling Program, had the wrestling room officially named after him this past Thursday, January 6, 2011. During his 21 years as the head wrestling coach at Lexington, his teams won 8 conference tournament titles, 10 conference dual titles, 7 district titles, and in 1976 won the Class A Team State Championship. He was also named the Coach of the Year for Missouri that same year. During his career, he coached 33 state medalists, 8 of which were state champions. Coach Hayes finished with a career dual record of 176-48. He was a member of the
  3. Coach Tom Hayes, founder of the Lexington High School Wrestling Program, had the wrestling room officially named after him this past Thursday, January 6, 2011. During his 21 years as the head wrestling coach at Lexington, his teams won 8 conference tournament titles, 10 conference dual titles, 7 district titles, and in 1976 won the Class A Team State Championship. He was also named the Coach of the Year for Missouri that same year. During his career, he coached 33 state medalists, 8 of which were state champions. Coach Hayes finished with a career dual record of 176-48. He was a member of the
  4. Coach Tom Hayes, founder of the Lexington High School Wrestling Program, had the wrestling room officially named after him this past Thursday, January 6, 2011. During his 21 years as the head wrestling coach at Lexington, his teams won 8 conference tournament titles, 10 conference dual titles, 7 district titles, and in 1976 won the Class A Team State Championship. He was also named the Coach of the Year for Missouri that same year. During his career, he coached 33 state medalists, 8 of which were state champions. Coach Hayes finished with a career dual record of 176-48. He was a member of
  5. TEAM RESULTS: 1. Oak Park 381.5 2. Fort Zumwalt West 324 3. Ray – Pec 272 4. Blue Springs 261 5. Park Hill 246 6. Fort Osage 204 7. St. Joe Central 184 8. Lindbergh 149 9. Liberty 137 10. Hazelwood East 116 11. Winnetonka 82.50 12. North Kansas City 63
  6. 215: 1st: Deron Winn (LIB) wbf Kolton Kono (OP) 3:38 3rd: Mike Matti (FZW) wbf Nick Ballard (PH) 3:01 5th: Kris Shuey (RP) wbf Jeremy Cosby (HE) 2:53 7th: Matt Hull (SJC) wbf Lane Hunton (NKC) 2:43 285: 1st: Elijah Madison (OP) dec. Dom Bradley (BS) 3 – 2 o.t. 3rd: Andrew Beile (LIB) wbf Detrez Woods (HE) 3:01 5th: Nick Clark (FZW) wbf Jake McDonald (RP) 1:58 7th: Jeremy Woolfolk (PH) dec. Brendan Donaldson (SJC)4 – 2 o.t.
  7. 160: 1st: Clarence Neely (BS) dec. Robbie Hicklin (PH) 14 - 10 3rd: Kendall Burke (RP) wtf Marcus Armato (OP) 15 - 0 5th: Sean Morrissey (FZW) dec. Nick Higgs (LIND) 3 - 0 7th: Will Unzicker (SJC) wbf Zack Bayless (WINN) 2:25 171: 1st: Chad Rosenstengle (RP) dec. Max Bailey (FO) 9 - 3 3rd: Gary Still (LIB) dec. Jimmy Davis (SJC) 3- 0 5th: John Elben (PH) m. dec. Max Hamilton (WINN) 9 - 1 7th: Scott Nill (FZW) dec. Mike Rollins (OP) 5 – 1 189: 1st: Ben Pister (SJC) wbf Anthony Brock (HE) 5:59 3rd: Tommy Tuck (FZW) m. dec. Nick Bowman (BS) 15 - 5 5th: Wi
  8. 103 Scorecard: 1st period: Caution Waters Caution Waters 2nd period: Waters escape: Waters 1-0 3rd period: Caution Waters, 1 point Tyler 1 - 1 Tyler escape: Tyler 2 - 1
  9. 140: 1st: Dylan Joiner (OP) dec. Chris Howk (BS) 12 - 5 3rd: R.J. McCravy (FZW) dec. Jay Warren (HE) 5 - 2 5th: Chad Gray (RP) dec. Michael LaBarge (LIB) 8 - 1 7th: Anthony Schartz (NKC) dec. Ryan Kelly (FO) 7 - 3 145: 1st: Brandon Wiest (FZW) dec. Shane Nay (OP) 3 - 2 3rd: Ryan Greco (BS) dec. Brett Buettner (LIND) 5 - 1 5th: Ryan Baker (PH) dec. Cody Hemme (FO) 7 - 3 7th: Scott Neumann (RP) dec. Dominique Thornton (HE) 3 - 1 152: 1st: Ray Hall (OP) dec. Michael Gagliano (FZW) 6 - 4 3rd: Chris Chionuma (BS) inj def. James Breaden (LIND
  10. 125: 1st: Trevor Wiest (FZW) dec. Shane Noland (FO) 19 - 6 3rd: Zach Blintiff (OP) wbf Brannon Beck (RP) :47 5th: Tyler Thompson (BS) dec. Mitchell Kennedy (PH) 10 - 3 7th: Jaime Avila (WINN) dec. James Stegall (SJC) 12 - 5 130: 1st: Corey Carr (PH) dec. Scott O’Donnell (OP) 7 - 4 3rd: Miles Bolin (FZW) dec. Alex Tripaldi (RP) 6 - 1 5th: Jesse Cain (LIND) m. dec. James Wade (FO) 8 - 0 7th: Carlton McGraw (HE) dec. Matt Laurent (LIB) 14 - 10 135: 1st: Joey Wolfrum (FZW) dec. Joe Green (OP) 1 - 0 3rd: Daniel Breit (RP) dec. Josh Howk (BS) 13 - 9 5th: Dere
  11. Final Results Final Results: 103: 1st: Cody Tyler (OP) dec. Alan Waters (PH) 2 - 1 3rd: Taylor Bolin (FZW) dec. Brock Summers (LIND) 8 - 3 5th: Bobby Nachtrab (SJC) dec. Zac Bailey (FO) 6 - 4 7th: Mauricia Garcia (BS) dec. Alex Pedockie (NKC) 9 - 2 112: 1st: Dusty Shaffer (RP) wbf Ryan Clark (BS) 2:29 3rd: Kodey Divers (FO) wbf Mike Dixon (SJC) 4:18 5th: Jeff Martinez (WINN) dec. Blake Morales (OP) 3 - 2 7th: Charles Johnson (HE) wbf Kyle Yohe (LIB) 4:51 119: 1st: Mac Bailey (OP) dec. Justin Forrest (RP) 4 - 2 3rd: Brock Lowe (LIB) dec. Robb Wate
  12. WINNETONKA INVITATIONAL RESULTS 2007 CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINAL RESULTS: 103: Alan Waters (PH) wbf Brock Summer (LIND) 4:48 Cody Tyler (OP) wtf Taylor Bolin (FZW) 16 - 1 112: Ryan Clark (BS) wtf Mike Dixon (SJC) 15 - 0 Dusty Shaffer (RP) wbf Kodey Divers (FO) 5:29 119: Mac Bailey (OP) dec. Robb Waters (PH) 9 - 5 Justin Forest (RP) dec. Brock Lowe (LIB) 4 - 3 125: Trevor Wiest (FZW) dec. Zach Blintiff (OP) 3 - 1 Shane Noland (FO) dec. Brannon Beck (RP) 7 - 4 130: Scott O’Donnell (OP) m. dec. Alex Tripaldi (RP) 21 - 9 Corey Carr (PH) dec. Miles
  13. There will be a wrestling camp at Winnetonka High School on July 17, 18, and 19. Cost is $75 which includes a t-shirt. 3 sessions per day with the first one beginning at 10 a.m. You can show up Monday and register then. Contact Danny Knapp 816 - 820 - 6592 for questions.
  14. What a great kid and person Adam was!!! I have lost a family member and a kid as Adam was one of the main reasons I wanted to be a coach. He was a great kid who listened well, trusted my coaching, and always wanted to improve as a person and as a wrestler. I had the privilege of coaching him in the youth club, on the high school team, and was fortunate to actually coach with him for 2 years at Higginsville. Please keep him in your prayers as he will always be in mine. God bless Adam and his family.
  15. Withdrawal After reading all of this, I guess I can withdraw the 5 page protest I sent in to MSHSAA in regards to Danny Pearson. I will also call the lawyers and will have them stand down as well. But be careful NorthCo as my lawyers are still looking for a chance to nail you for slipping something in to Mihlfield's water bottle before you went out and wrestled him at the state tournament. :-) P.S. Thanks for the entertainment!!! Better than T.V.!!!
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