2012 HHSAA Girls Wrestling Finals – 130 Chow vs Jhun

March 13, 2012 by  
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15 Responses to “2012 HHSAA Girls Wrestling Finals – 130 Chow vs Jhun”
  1. Mr.O says:

    What about the Girls 108 Pounds championsip match ? Very good match !!!

  2. MOHS says:

    Mindy Chow is a cocky wrestler/judoka she doesn't deserve the title. I'm glad that this is her last year so I can watch some matches with some real wrestlers instead. Brianne good luck next year and take it!

    • Truth Never Told says:

      I disagree about not deserving a title. It was won fair and square. I do agree that about the arrogant me first attitude. Her sister was worse. They would make a perfect fit on the Kardashian show.

    • Prep Fan says:

      Did I miss something? What did Chow do that was cocky?

    • Pundad says:

      View the video. If dominating ones opponent with skillful wrestling, then without any fanfare shaking your opponents hand and the coaches hand, are your criteria for judging someone to be undeserving and cocky, Mindy and the other Punahou wrestlers were certainly guilty. I guess being pinned like the MOHS wrestler makes you deserving or strutting around the mat for 5 minutes after a Judo title like Brady of MOHS makes one humble.

  3. wrestling says:

    Cocky or confident? Don't all the Punahou wrestler's fall in that category?

    I guess on the flip side all the Moanalua wrestlers can be considered "soft" once it gets physical they all seem to quit, including their cry baby coach.

  4. Be real yo says:

    When you are as good as the Chow sisters, its no longer considered being cocky or arrogant, its just being REAL.

  5. Just sayin'... says:

    Cocky and arrogant? Josh Terao points to his chest then points to the crowd and that's OK? But Chow is cocky? Cassidy Oshiro holds up 3 fingers, both on the mat and on the awards stand, and Chow is the arrogant one? Come on…

    I've met all three kids and they all seem like really solid people with good character. Kids are kids and I know it's a very emotional moment. But let's keep things in perspective here.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Can everyone please just cut it out – on both sides of the argument.

    Fundamentally, what everyone is complaining about are these kids' personalities and the way they display them in a given moment. For each piece of criticism and/or support, based on what I've seen and know, everyone is way off base in their interpretations, and everyone is hitting on some grain of truth.

    The Chows are the way they are.

    Brady is the way he is.

    Terao is the way he is.

    Cassidy is the way he is.

    By and large, my observation is that they are all good kids. No drugs, no crime, not bullies. Some of them get a bit flamboyant at the moment of triumph. Some don't.

    All are Hawaii Champions, and I'm quite certain we should as a community spend our time pulling for and supporting these kids rather than tearing them down.

    Somehow, however, I suspect being critical of post competition celebration is ultimately based on biases, prejudices, and partisanship.

    So, for instance, I'm sure the people of China, Oregon, Massachusetts and Washington just might absolutely hate one of the following athletes, who you might happen to love:

    I’m sure a billion Chinese people were probably unhappy with this display:
    http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.pa

    Isn’t it enough to just win??? Residents of Portland shouldn’t have gotten their noses rubbed in it too:
    http://jjsportstalk.wordpress.com/2012/01/11/motivation/

    No wonder he didn’t get his $26 million bonus. Too "arrogant":
    http://content.usatoday.com/_common/_scripts/big_

    This really has to be the worst one ever, though:
    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/football/ri

    • Guess says:

      I AGREE WITH THE ANONYMOUS' COMMENTS BELOW:

      "Can everyone please just cut it out – on both sides of the argument.

      Fundamentally, what everyone is complaining about are these kids' personalities and the way they display them in a given moment. For each piece of criticism and/or support, based on what I've seen and know, everyone is way off base in their interpretations, and everyone is hitting on some grain of truth.

      The Chows are the way they are.

      Brady is the way he is.

      Terao is the way he is.

      Cassidy is the way he is.

      By and large, my observation is that they are all good kids. No drugs, no crime, not bullies. Some of them get a bit flamboyant at the moment of triumph. Some don't.

      All are Hawaii Champions, and I'm quite certain we should as a community spend our time pulling for and supporting these kids rather than tearing them down.

      Somehow, however, I suspect being critical of post competition celebration is ultimately based on biases, prejudices, and partisanship."

      IT WAS PERFECTLY SAID UP TO THIS POINT. I DIDNT BOTHER CLICKING ON THE LINKS BELOW. THE POINT WAS WELL MADE PRIOR TO THE LINKS. JUST SAYIN'

      So, for instance, I'm sure the people of China, Oregon, Massachusetts and Washington just might absolutely hate one of the following athletes, who you might happen to love:

      I’m sure a billion Chinese people were probably unhappy with this display: http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.pa….

      Isn’t it enough to just win??? Residents of Portland shouldn’t have gotten their noses rubbed in it too: http://jjsportstalk.wordpress.com/2012/01/11/moti

      No wonder he didn’t get his $26 million bonus. Too "arrogant": http://content.usatoday.com/_common/_scripts/big_….

      This really has to be the worst one ever, though: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/football/ri….

  7. guest says:

    Fans should have their favorites and be allowed to cheer for anyone we like, for any reason. We also should be able to not like certain actions or displays and voice our opinion

    nothing wrong with that but for the weak and faint

    • Anonymous says:

      guest,

      Are you serious about that standard?

      • guest says:

        Absolutely

        Last year there was lots of fans who cheered against Cooper and on the other hand lots of fans cheered for him. His was the most highly anticipated and watched match throughout the year…punahou or radford.

        Some called his antics disrespectful, some called it intensity

        This whole politically correct at all times is weakening the next generation

  8. that guy says:

    Cocky…humble… who cares she's a winner and winners can act how ever they want. My personal philosophy .

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