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    Posted: Mar 26 2015 at 8:54am
As part of our plan to get older tournament brackets and results on the site, we've started with some of the more recent state tournaments.  

Up until now, we've had results back to the 2003 season.  Now, we have back to the 1997 season...both AA and AAA.  That's the last 19 years worth of brackets and results. You can find the brackets here:  http://live.pa-wrestling.com/   Just pick the season in the drop-down and then find the year you want.  We'll be adding more throughout the spring and summer.

A huge thanks to Joe Stabilito for helping with a lot of the data entry on these brackets!  Also, a huge thanks to Jack Holt for helping to clean up our wrestler database and assisting with the D1 tournament history which we are still working on.

Something else I've been working on...various reports for each tournament's history.  This is still in the very early stages, so consider this a limited beta test for the members of the D1 forum.  Here are samples for AA and AAA states:


These will be available for each tournament, and I'm working on reports like this that combine both state tournaments.  The same would be done for sections, districts, and regions.  Once we have D1 post-season history in the system, we'll be able to have some cool stats available for anyone to look at.

For states, I want to add more reports like district/regional medal count and champ count..like there currently already is for teams.  Also going to work on things like last freshman/sophomore/junior to win at each weight, last state champ from each district (maybe at each weight too), etc.

If you have ANY suggestions for stats breakdowns and reports, please let me know...either by replying to this post, sending a private message on the forum, or an email at email@pa-wrestling.com.


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Now if only we could get the other districts in the state to be as proactive with the site as D1 is... 
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Great Job Mike!
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Worked on cleaning up a few issues with the various reports....

Also, added reports for states as a whole, combining AA and AAA.  That's available here:

With 19 years of data so far, some interesting numbers from states...
  • Only 14 schools have qualified wrestlers all 19 seasons:
    Bald Eagle Area, Boyertown, Burrell, Canon McMillan, Cumberland Valley, Derry Area, Easton, Erie Cathedral Prep, Nazareth, North Allegheny, Northampton, Parkland, Reynolds, Saucon Valley
    • Council Rock South has qualified wrestlers in all 13 seasons of existence as well
  • Easton leads the way with 16 gold medals (won by 10 different wrestlers)
  • Reynolds has the most medals won at 74
  • Northampton and Franklin Regional had the most champs in a season at 4
  • Northampton's 10 medals in 2004 is the most in a single season
  • Reynolds as 7 wrestlers who won 4 medals; Central Dauphin and Franklin Regional distant second with 4


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Now have back to 1995 for both AA and AAA...
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More interesting numbers from states. 

I believe that Northampton has the longest streak of consecutive state placers at 32 years (still active, 84-15). Second are Bald Eagle Area (81-99), Canon McMillan (82-00) and Reynolds (still active, 98-15) at 19 years.

Top in D1 is CR South at 12 years (still active, 04-15). Norristown (95-05) and Boyertown (01-11) are second at 11 years.


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Easton's long streak of consecutive years with medals was stopped last year.  Not sure how long it was but I remember talking to a photographer from Easton last year who said it had been a real long time that no one from Easton made it to the second day.

I'll definitely have to add a few "consecutive year" streaks to the stats...like years with a qualifier, medalist, finalist, and champ.
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I believe the bracket that has Teague Moore losing in the finals his senior year is erroneous. 

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Originally posted by bennythejetrodriguez bennythejetrodriguez wrote:

I believe the bracket that has Teague Moore losing in the finals his senior year is erroneous. 


Good catch benny...thanks.  Not sure how I missed that one when I was reviewing everything.  It's fixed now.
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I have Easton with their longest streak at 15 years (99-13). The records I have only go back to 74, with Easton missing in 79, 82, 91, 98 and 14.

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Originally posted by Coach78 Coach78 wrote:

I have Easton with their longest streak at 15 years (99-13). The records I have only go back to 74, with Easton missing in 79, 82, 91, 98 and 14.

Indeed you are correct...  Maybe the guy I talked to said that it was a long time since they didn't have anyone past the first day.  Either way, we'll get all these stats figured out soon enough (I hope).
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Originally posted by MTLeister MTLeister wrote:

Indeed you are correct...  

Of course I am......!

You've got some killer stats on this site, you the man, Mike!!!!
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We now have back to 1991...25 years of state tournament brackets and results.

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what a blast from the past.  Thanks, Mike.  I'd forgotten about one of my favorite matches of all time.

Ryan Nunamaker,Nazareth vs. Bob Crawford, Milton was one of the top 5 finals I've seen over the years.

Milton had been AA the year before but turned AAA in '91.  Crawford was this looong, skinny guy who looked like a good wind could blow him away.  And he went to his back way too easily.  But when you got him on his back, he had you just where he wanted you.

This match was just nuts, with Nunamaker turning Crawford over and Crawford immediately reversing him.  Nunamaker was the coach's son, and I think he's a coach up in District 11 now.  I didn't take Crawford seriously, but during every scramble, he seemed to end up on top.  No matter what Nunamaker did, Crawford seemed to have about 6 inches more body left over.

Anyway, the match went in to overtime with Crawford winning, 15-11.

I was searching the web to see if I could find a Crawford match, just to see if he matched my memory of him.  Weirdly, I found his final AA bout from '90.  Strangely, the guy who posted that bout to the web was me.  I posted it 5-6 years ago, I guess and promptly forgot about it.

Crawford won that one in overtime, too:  13-11.  He was kind of a 'last point wins' guy.

Bob Crawford was one of the few 4 time PIAA state champs.  I think he was the only one who wrestled both AA and AAA, with 1 AA win and 3 AAA wins.  

if you are interested, here is a link to that '90 match.  Crawford only went to his back once, but you can get the idea of how he got out from there.  

He was the only 4 x PIAA champ that you just had trouble taking seriously.



btw:  the final at 152 for 1991 is reported incorrectly.  It says that Brian Cippolone of Plum won by Injury Default over Romy O'Daniel of Canon Mac.  What really happened is that Cippolone won by disqualification.  O'Daniel slammed him a couple of times, the second time knocking Cippolone out.  Strangely, I watched O'Daniel at two tournaments (the other being the Manheim Central Christmas Tourney) that year and he was disqualified from both of them.  




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Originally posted by oldcougar oldcougar wrote:


btw:  the final at 152 for 1991 is reported incorrectly.  It says that Brian Cippolone of Plum won by Injury Default over Romy O'Daniel of Canon Mac.  What really happened is that Cippolone won by disqualification.  O'Daniel slammed him a couple of times, the second time knocking Cippolone out.  Strangely, I watched O'Daniel at two tournaments (the other being the Manheim Central Christmas Tourney) that year and he was disqualified from both of them.  


Thanks for the catch OC...just fixed that one.
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Originally posted by oldcougar oldcougar wrote:


Bob Crawford was one of the few 4 time PIAA state champs.  I think he was the only one who wrestled both AA and AAA, with 1 AA win and 3 AAA wins.  


Gulibon just duplicated this feat a couple of years ago.  2-AA and 2-AAA wins.


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Originally posted by dicemen99 dicemen99 wrote:

Originally posted by oldcougar oldcougar wrote:


Bob Crawford was one of the few 4 time PIAA state champs.  I think he was the only one who wrestled both AA and AAA, with 1 AA win and 3 AAA wins.  


Gulibon just duplicated this feat a couple of years ago.  2-AA and 2-AAA wins.
Not to nit pick but I think Gulibon won3 at 3-a and 1 at 2-a
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Originally posted by rocky rocky wrote:

Originally posted by dicemen99 dicemen99 wrote:

Originally posted by oldcougar oldcougar wrote:


Bob Crawford was one of the few 4 time PIAA state champs.  I think he was the only one who wrestled both AA and AAA, with 1 AA win and 3 AAA wins.  


Gulibon just duplicated this feat a couple of years ago.  2-AA and 2-AAA wins.
Not to nit pick but I think Gulibon won3 at 3-a and 1 at 2-a

Dice was right... it was 2 and 2.


That page just lists the 4-time changes over the past 25 years.  When we get more years of results entered, that page (and the other stats) will get updated.
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coincidentally, looking at Marstellar's  166-0 record, there were some who thought he'd never lose.  But just Saturday, he lost to Jason Nolf from Kittanning and Penn State out at Las Vegas.



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Originally posted by MTLeister MTLeister wrote:

We now have back to 1991...25 years of state tournament brackets and results.


How far are you trying to go back?

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