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General Discussion / Re: Rule changes for 2017-18
« Last post by cwilson on May 26, 2017, 12:34:50 PM »
Like the rule changes

At College level they are making a rule that will impact funk. if the defensive wrestler is on his back for 3 seconds, official starts counting backs.  There are some funky guys that aren't going to like that.  WE will see how that affects the funk being called in high school
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General Discussion / Re: UCO Wrestling Camp at Central High School!
« Last post by cwilson on May 26, 2017, 09:22:10 AM »
Right now I have

Clinicians

Greg Wilson (222-6 in high school.  3X UIL State Champ.  USA Folkstyle National Champ.  2017 NCAA Div II National Qualifier

Miguel BArerras  (3X STate CHamp Rio Rancho New Mexico, Led UCO this year with most wins and most takedowns)

Next addition based on enrollment will be Caleb Cotter - NCAA JUco All American for NEO.  NCAA Div II All American for UCO.  Sign up today so I can book Caleb.

Camp Counselors

Matt Lupardus (Heavyweight State Champ for Keller High School in 2007)
Jared McKinstry (competed for UCO this year.  Former Fossil Ridge wrestler)
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Did Kincaid find coaches? if so let me know so I can remove the open position from the web site.
Thanks
Ray
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Tournaments / Kinkaid School looking to add dual meets, tri-meets and tournaments
« Last post by notchb on May 25, 2017, 12:45:21 PM »
Hey Coaches,

     I am looking to add some dual meets, tri-meets and tournaments to our schedule. Looking mostly in the Houston and surrounding areas. PM or email at briannotch@hotmail.com. Thanks!

Brian Notch
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Hey Coaches,

     I am looking to add some dual meets, tri-meets and tournaments to our schedule. Looking mostly in the Houston and surrounding areas. PM or email at briannotch@hotmail.com. Thanks!

Brian Notch
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Now then, why are there still so few high school wrestling teams in Texas?   
Now that protecting students is a clear priority, shouldn't Texas schools treat wrestling better?

What is it that you are TRYING to insinuate here? Because tax dollars go to protect inner-city kids, that is proof that you as a white man, and your sport, have been given the shaft? Grow up Peter Pan.

I would also like to note Texas may take wrestling more serious if people would stop bring frivolous lawsuits against the UIL in the name of wrestling. Just sayin...
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General Discussion / UCO Wrestling Camp at Central High School!
« Last post by cwilson on May 24, 2017, 10:36:38 AM »
THis is going to be a great camp series.

I am really excited about our advanced camp on June 19-22.  Greg Wilson (222-6) in high school with an NCAA Birth, 3 Texas State Titles, and a Folkstyle National Championship under his belt will bring his UCO team-mates to Central to put on an inexpensive, awesome camp.  If you talk to anybody has been to a Greg Wilson technique session, they will attest that he is a great technician and worth every penny.   

With a price of only $125, we are trying to attract numbers to this one. //the more that sign up, the more cliinicians i can bring down.   UCO was undefeated in duals this year and is loaded with talent right now.  We have access to lots of great technicians, but the number of cllnicians is based on enrollment.  We are hoping for 60 kids.  Right now we are half way there.  WE will obviously take walk ins on camp day, but to help me plan, I ask you to sign up early.  The more that sign up early, the more clinicians I will have for you at camp.  You can sign up at www.centralwrestling.org today   There is an option to pay by cash or check at the end, so you do not have to pay online although that is an option.  You do not have to pay now to sign up now.  The most important thing to me right now is a correct number count.  I am ordering t-shirts on the first week of June, so please sign up ASAP.

Here is the schedule.

830 am - 1030 am - Beginner Pinning Camp

1030am - 1230 pm - Advanced Pinning Camp

1230 pm - 1 pm - Eat your sack lunch

1 pm - 3:30 pm - Advanced Takedowns

3:30 pm - 415 pm - Opportunities for live wrestling

We also have a beginner takedown camp go June 5-8 to compiment the beginner pinning camp on June 19-22 (Pinning)  June 5th is right around the corner.  Sign up at www.centralwrestling.org

Thank You
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According to this article, Senate Bill 195 (aka "SB195) has advanced in the Texas legislature and will have taxpayers spend more $ protecting students going through violent neighborhoods to & from school:

http://www.chron.com/news/politics/texas/article/House-OKs-funding-walking-bus-programs-in-11168885.php

For the latest on SB 195:

http://www.legis.state.tx.us/BillLookup/History.aspx?LegSess=85R&Bill=SB195



Now then, why are there still so few high school wrestling teams in Texas?   There are around 200 for gals and 250 for guys, even as there are close to 1,500 Texas h.s. football teams.   Here's a map of known h.s. wrestling teams (which Coach Delgado is reportedly working on replacing, using a different web-based software provider and data from the UIL:  http://www.uiltexas.org/wrestling  ):

https://www.batchgeo.com/map/?i=d89595a73d9552b4464b1e69e83cb677

Now that protecting students is a clear priority, shouldn't Texas schools treat wrestling better? 
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General Discussion / 2017 Summer Wrestling Camps
« Last post by CSM Wrestling on May 22, 2017, 01:11:48 PM »
Colorado School of Mines Summer Wrestling Camps

The Colorado School of Mines Wrestling Camps strive to help student-athletes become champions, on the wrestling mat and in the classroom. Campers will learn from inspiring college wrestlers and experienced coaches.

Youth Half-Day Camp - June 12-14 / For grades 1-6

Youth Full-Day Camp - June 19-21 / For grades 1-6

The 3-day Youth Camps are specifically designed so that the wrestlers have a positive experience in a closely supervised environment. We cater to the needs of both novice and advanced wrestlers with varying degrees of skill, experience, and attention span through small groups and individual instruction. In addition to wrestling technique, the full-day camp will include lunch, games, movies, and swimming at the campus recreation center.


Overnight Camp - June 14-16 / For grades 7-12

The 3 Day/2 Night Overnight Camp is designed to help wrestlers at all levels improve and expand their wrestling skills. Focus will be on learning and developing the same technique instructed by the coaching staff during the college season. In addition to participation in the camp, student-athletes with an interest in attending Mines are encouraged to contact Coach Tyson Reiner by email at treiner@mines.edu to arrange a meeting prior to check-in.


Wrestling League - Every Thursday evening in June / For grades 6-12

Come on your own or bring your entire team! The Mines staff will lead a warmup and technique session prior to unlimited live matches. Pre-register by mailing the liability waiver and payment to: Mines Wrestling 1500 Illinois St. Golden, CO 80401. Checks payable to "Mines Wrestling". Walk-in participants will also be accepted. All participants will be required to submit a registration form and liability waiver before participating in the league.


Online Registration & Information: http://www.minesathletics.com/sports/20 ... camps.aspx
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