They are not done. The ONLY rule regarding that is for concussions.Stop with the holier than thou....I've seen many officials do a screw job on an athlete where arrogance is involved. Saw Mattueci throw one out of the state tournament for an arrogant ridiculous call completing screwing a multi state champ his freshman year... MOST are good, but to claim none exhibit bias or arrogance is STUPID. MOST athletes who are on injury time, do NOT DEFAULT and take a win. If they are that injured where a medical person or coach claims they are not able to continue.......they are DONE.
That was a slam. It’s not even a close call. Shore left his feet as the other kid was on the way down and he was driven into the mat shoulder first. Shore tried to indicate his knee was down first but that is not actually part of the rule the way people think it is. It has to do with being under control and not driving your opponent into the mat and this was clearly out of control and forceful. When both wrestlers are off the ground bad things happen in that situation.
The Garaway kid won by the letter of the rule. He also has the right to attempt to wrestle again by rule. He has no moral obligation to anyone on a message board. Chances are he attempts to wrestle and won’t be able to use that arm much and ends up defaulting. His shoulder could have dislocated and made it impossible to finish yesterday but could have been put back in and with a nights rest and a good brace he may be able to go.
If wrestlers who win or lose by injury are deemed unfit to continue competing by some of you hardcore internet iron men then imagine how many D1 college guys wouldn’t be wrestling next week after all the medical FFs at conference finals.