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    Posted: Oct 27 2015 at 8:37am
With November 16th being the first official day for practices of the 2015-16 season, I figured that's a good enough day to publish the District 1 post-season tournament brackets/results back to 1974. 

Thanks to Jack Holt's tireless efforts in compiling these results!  He's been able to locate and compile just about every single result for all D1 sections, districts, and regions back to 1974 when the PIAA split wrestling into 2 classifications.  Perhaps once everything is published on the site, we'll be able to fill in what's missing (though it's not much).

So be sure to check back in the evening on Monday, November 16th for all the brackets.

In the meantime, I added a new page to the states results (same thing will appear with the D1 results) that shows details per school.

Here are some samples...

Hope to add some more ways to view the stats between now and the 16th.
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Brilliant, thanks to you and Jack for all the hard work that went into this.  It will be fun to see those results that may mean something only to OC, Jack and myself  Ouch
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Just a reminder that these brackets are coming one week from today.
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Expecting to have these brackets on the site around 7 PM tonight...
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It's finally all online!  District 1 post-season tournament history with brackets and results.  Almost all results going back to 1974...


HUGE thanks again to Jack Holt in his tireless efforts to research all of this!

As always, if you find any typos or mistakes...please let me know (email@pa-wrestling.com).

Enjoy!
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If you want to see stats by post-season level, try these links:


Those are accessible now on the "live tournaments" main page...middle of the page in one of those drop-down boxes.  These reports include ALL the various post-season tournaments we have right now, not just the D1 tourneys.
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mike this site is awesome, 1979 126lbers could have gone any way for district 1

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Mike nice job really enjoy your teams work. I saw one correction 1988 district south 155lb semifinal Dave Hurd was disqualified because he got cautioned out for stalling not for slam
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Thanks guys...all credit goes to Jack for the research.  The way he stored all the info made it really simple to import into this system to get it all online.

I'll check with Jack on that 1988 result... 

Just a note, I am working on a site search that will allow you to find anything on the site.  Not sure how soon that'll be ready but it is coming.
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Mike, I just spent about two hours reading these results.
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That is awesome.  Thanks for all the time you put in, but now we can't lie to the young guys anymore
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Thanks for all the hard work on this .It is great info
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you know whats great ??? People cant really lie anymore. Everytime someone tells me something far fetched I come and look on the site. LOl why lie ?

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I know! I caught a bunch of people BSing. I love it how people rewriting their history.. Haha
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During the next off-season I intend to scan to Mike all the hardcopies of the brackets of these tournaments that I have. They should make for interesting reading, if only to see the changes in technology (how many people remember (or even know) what a mimeograph is?) Then it's on to the next (and more difficult phase) of the project: The D1 post-season from 1934 to 1973. Unfortunately there are sizable gaps in the records, especially sectional results from the 1960's and early 1970's, but I have all the champions from sections through regions and every runnerup but one (whoever Dick Macrone beat in 1962). 
Those who forget the past need to read some history books!
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Originally posted by Holtjack Holtjack wrote:

During the next off-season I intend to scan to Mike all the hardcopies of the brackets of these tournaments that I have. They should make for interesting reading, if only to see the changes in technology (how many people remember (or even know) what a mimeograph is?) Then it's on to the next (and more difficult phase) of the project: The D1 post-season from 1934 to 1973. Unfortunately there are sizable gaps in the records, especially sectional results from the 1960's and early 1970's, but I have all the champions from sections through regions and every runnerup but one (whoever Dick Macrone beat in 1962). 

just chanced on this old post.  Don't know if you've found your answer, Holtjack, but I passed the question by a couple of old wrestlers who were in the '62 sectional finals including one from Ridley, and they think it was Hugh Checkemian from Springfield.  Hughie was section champ in '63 but I personally don't remember him making the finals in '62.  

Ridley had a good team in '62 with two or three really fine wrestlers.  Dick Macrone was Ridley's first D1 champ.  



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