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#81 Jan 5, 2008
I am sorry to everyone for the third post. I am using safari browser and sometimes my posts show up..sometimes they duplicate.sometimes they don't show up at all and I have to retype everything.

I think that I need to make the switch to Firefox.
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#82 Jan 5, 2008
Sports Nut..

To verify my information on the AP courses go to the following website:

https://apcourseaudit.epiconline.org/ledger/

under the search leave the city blank and move the state to Nebraska. This will give you all of the schools in Nebraska that offer AP classes. As I said the only schools in this area (within 60 miles) is Auburn and Fall City. Check it out.
Wondering Mind

Lincoln, NE

#83 Jan 8, 2008
Aaron Hawley was a GREAT wrestler. I think he brought home medals all 4 years. Correct me if I am wrong.

“Faster than You”

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Auburn

#84 Jan 9, 2008
Wondering Mind wrote:
Aaron Hawley was a GREAT wrestler. I think he brought home medals all 4 years. Correct me if I am wrong.
Aron Hawley was great parents just spelled his first name different. He was awesome and is still as buff as ever.
Nemaha County Wrestler

Phoenix, AZ

#85 Sep 28, 2013
Seth Groff was the first and may still be the only to have an undefeated season winning state beating Mitch Waite who was a NCAA II runner up at Nationals. Justin Williams was a four time semi finalist at state and was an All American for Dana. He may be the only All American that has come through Auburn High School. Wade Goering was a dominant force and tooled on his kid in the state finals. Aaron Hawley was a beast and stepped over a whizzer his senior year or would of been a state champ. Still John Whisler has to be the best to wrestler to wrestle for Auburn a two timer and also wrestled for Peru State. John Coatney was also a state Champ and Kiefer was 5 seconds from being an undefeated state champ. Like anybody that knows anything about wrestling it is hard to beat a good opponent multiple times. Rodney Groff, Chuck Knipe, Brian Knipe you could go on and on. There are a lot of quality wrestlers to come through that program.
Nemaha County Wrestler

Scottsdale, AZ

#86 Sep 28, 2013
Forgot to mention the first state placer for the school Bruce Sherman. He would of walked away with the state title at 189, but the coach made him wrestle up a weight at 215 and he took third. A lot of wrestling matches I'd like to see, but Wade Goering and Bruce Sherman batteling on the mat in their prime would be epic. Bill Kieler was no slouch either. Old timers say he was the best from that era. The era just before him with Rodney Groff, John Coatney, John Whisler, Chuck Knipe, and others would of took Omaha Skutt or anybody else out to the wood shed in their day. One hell of a high school team that may be the best class to come through that wrestling room. Not taking anything away from the mid 90s Pugh, Goering, Hawley, Williams, Groff team or the generation after them the state runner up team ofKiefer Coatney, Seth Kubik, Matt Oliver teams that did well at state.
obamaisgreat

Brock, NE

#87 Oct 1, 2013
Nemaha County Wrestler wrote:
Forgot to mention the first state placer for the school Bruce Sherman. He would of walked away with the state title at 189, but the coach made him wrestle up a weight at 215 and he took third. A lot of wrestling matches I'd like to see, but Wade Goering and Bruce Sherman batteling on the mat in their prime would be epic. Bill Kieler was no slouch either. Old timers say he was the best from that era. The era just before him with Rodney Groff, John Coatney, John Whisler, Chuck Knipe, and others would of took Omaha Skutt or anybody else out to the wood shed in their day. One hell of a high school team that may be the best class to come through that wrestling room. Not taking anything away from the mid 90s Pugh, Goering, Hawley, Williams, Groff team or the generation after them the state runner up team ofKiefer Coatney, Seth Kubik, Matt Oliver teams that did well at state.
then why did bill kieler shoot himself in the leg his last year, I think he had the hebe gebes. as for rest of the guys your spot on, I know there were 2 or 3 guys that didn't wrestle, that would have really been good,
Next Time

Lincoln, NE

#88 Oct 2, 2013
Nemaha County Wrestler wrote:
Forgot to mention the first state placer for the school Bruce Sherman. He would of walked away with the state title at 189, but the coach made him wrestle up a weight at 215 and he took third. A lot of wrestling matches I'd like to see, but Wade Goering and Bruce Sherman batteling on the mat in their prime would be epic. Bill Kieler was no slouch either. Old timers say he was the best from that era. The era just before him with Rodney Groff, John Coatney, John Whisler, Chuck Knipe, and others would of took Omaha Skutt or anybody else out to the wood shed in their day. One hell of a high school team that may be the best class to come through that wrestling room. Not taking anything away from the mid 90s Pugh, Goering, Hawley, Williams, Groff team or the generation after them the state runner up team ofKiefer Coatney, Seth Kubik, Matt Oliver teams that did well at state.
I agree with everything you have said here. One thing I want to add is that almost all of the people mention grew up on the mat. If you were from Peru,(most mentioned are) you wrestled very young. Oliver obviously wrestled his entire life:) These guys should have won and were expected to win. The one that stands out is Goering. I think he learned to wrestle in a couple years and dominated the sport. That guys was one hell of an athlete! I'm not sure how he didn't win multiple titles?

P.S. I miss the 90's!!!
one of them

Lincoln, NE

#89 Oct 2, 2013
One name of the list is Joe Alstead(sp) he dominated all year undefeated state champ. I think he even had an injury to his ankle during the year, but still kicked butt.
Next Time

Lincoln, NE

#90 Oct 2, 2013
one of them wrote:
One name of the list is Joe Alstead(sp) he dominated all year undefeated state champ. I think he even had an injury to his ankle during the year, but still kicked butt.
All I have to say is that 215 was extremely weak that year. It seems that Auburn isn't the only place where the athletic talent has taken a dramatic down turn.

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