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indianpride01
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Posts: 120
Who will get a card? D1 and D2?
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Pinmaster
Joined: Jan 14, 2016
Posts: 28
99 none
106 none
113 non
120 if sargent gets an A3 or higher Anders and Sargent will be in
126 none
132 Mitchell
138 possibly Raines he was an alternate last year I believe
145 Ferris
152 none I don't think
160 none
170 none
182 none
195 none
220 none
285 most likely not but there's a chance


duddems
Joined: Jan 25, 2018
Posts: 135
I was thinking mitchell and ferris will get cards


ringworm2000
Joined: Jan 5, 2017
Posts: 41
I have no idea how the wildcards work. But I thought the number of wildcards given to a section had something to do with how the section places at states the previous year. Can someone enlighten me on the process. Seems Section V D1 should got more than three wildcards.



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https://drive.google.com/file/d/12-IFRzZ-HhLYEe9OxHoNk_wwzl5YFDrA/view

Wildcard applicants will earn points in four ways:
1-Current season Record: Difference between wins and losses. (A Maximum of 35 points is allowed).
2-Placement Points based on prior year Sectional and State place finishes. (Placement points tables were re-established in 2012-13)
3-Power points based on the past 6 year history of how many place-winners your Section has had at the NYS tournament. The Power point scale will be adjusted on an annual basis to always reflect the most recent six years.
Top 4 Sections: Earn +10, Middle 4: +5, Bottom 4: do not earn any.
(Beginning with 2007-08: the Sectionís Highest placer at each weight is the one who earns the Section their points).
4-Competiton Points: 6 pts for defeating a Federation State Champ, 5 points for a runner up, 4 pts for 3rd , 3 pts for 4th , 2 pts for 5th , 1 pt for 6th . Wrestlers earn the points every time they beat a Federation place winner.
5-A Tie-Breaking criteria has been developed if total points are the same.
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mattime
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Here the list of D1 and D2 Sectional qualifiers at every weight. We will have a list of wildcard options for every weight as the week goes on. Stay tuned. http://www.nyway.org/page/show/3947290-new-york-high-school-postseason-powered-by-nyway



matburn wrote:
https://drive.google.com/file/d/12-IFRzZ-HhLYEe9OxHoNk_wwzl5YFDrA/view

Wildcard applicants will earn points in four ways:
1-Current season Record: Difference between wins and losses. (A Maximum of 35 points is allowed).
2-Placement Points based on prior year Sectional and State place finishes. (Placement points tables were re-established in 2012-13)
3-Power points based on the past 6 year history of how many place-winners your Section has had at the NYS tournament. The Power point scale will be adjusted on an annual basis to always reflect the most recent six years.
Top 4 Sections: Earn +10, Middle 4: +5, Bottom 4: do not earn any.
(Beginning with 2007-08: the Sectionís Highest placer at each weight is the one who earns the Section their points).
4-Competiton Points: 6 pts for defeating a Federation State Champ, 5 points for a runner up, 4 pts for 3rd , 3 pts for 4th , 2 pts for 5th , 1 pt for 6th . Wrestlers earn the points every time they beat a Federation place winner.
5-A Tie-Breaking criteria has been developed if total points are the same.

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TribeMom
Joined: Feb 12, 2018
Posts: 10
Obviously the NYWAY link is just for discussion, but do we have stats on how accurate these predictions usually are? Do the folks updating the NYWAY page have access to official points from each section, or are they scouring section boards and trackwrestling looking for records like the rest of us?


Oldskool
Joined: Feb 1, 2004
Posts: 1101
If you have the time, you can figure out most on your own.


TribeMom
Joined: Feb 12, 2018
Posts: 10
The challenge in that is tracking down the records from some of the sections that aren't as centralized as 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10. Eleven lists win/losses on their brackets, but 1, 7, 8, and 9 can be difficult to navigate.


Oldskool
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Go to trackwrestling. Search specific wrestlers by name. You can find records.


quickpick
Joined: Jan 9, 2015
Posts: 190
The NYwrestling site was pretty accurate last year. No guarantees but it gives all of the guys in the top. Look them up on NWCA for more accuracy from that list.


Oldskool
Joined: Feb 1, 2004
Posts: 1101
They are out.


thereptileguys
Joined: Apr 7, 2011
Posts: 252
Location: BROCKPORT
Looks like lots o pruple at 120 Burgos champ, Sargent A4 ,ANDERS A5 section 10 has 1 div 1 team. That alone should make changes 1 team d1


NYvictor
Joined: Feb 10, 2016
Posts: 5
Where are the wild cards listed at?


Smoothrider
Joined: Jan 14, 2016
Posts: 283
thereptileguys wrote:
Looks like lots o pruple at 120 Burgos champ, Sargent A4 ,ANDERS A5 section 10 has 1 div 1 team. That alone should make changes 1 team d1


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