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General Discussion / Re: Team Gear Needed
« Last post by LelanBro on November 19, 2017, 03:07:32 PM »
Another great source for team wrestling supplies is "Clever Items".  This company is located in Arlington and has most everything you need to look great, on and off the mat.

The contact person is Jeff McCall.
  -- Jeffm@cleveritems.com
  -- 8176371997
  -- Www.americanwrestler.com

 His business Clever Items is an approved vendor for most school districts.
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General Discussion / Re: Team Gear Needed
« Last post by LelanBro on November 15, 2017, 12:01:12 PM »
For great deals, great quality, contact NCWAGear for a quote, designs and products.
The person you need to contact is Ryan Jessee - "Ryan Jessee - Creative Influence, Inc." <rjessee@creativeinfluenceinc.com>.  He will beat most any deal.
Lelan Brotherman
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General Discussion / Team Gear Needed
« Last post by nw170709 on November 15, 2017, 11:15:51 AM »
I need to get gear for my guys (singlets, etc.). Where can I go to get stuff that is affordable and look decent?
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General Discussion / 2017 Winter Break Wrestling Camp
« Last post by CSM Wrestling on November 14, 2017, 04:43:32 PM »
Colorado School of Mines Winter Break Wrestling Camps

December 28th & 29th in Steinhauer Fieldhouse located at 1500 Illinois Street, Golden CO, 80401
9:00AM Drop-off 12:00PM Pick-up, $60 per Individual, $20 Sibling Discount

Register online at minesathletics.com/camps or for the sibling discount contact coach DeVoe at adevoe@mines.edu or 303-273-3374

We strive to help youth and high school student-athletes become champions on the mat and in the classroom. Campers will learn from 30 inspiring college wrestlers and 4 experienced college coaches (staff listed on current Mines roster). The 2-day Camp is specifically designed for wrestlers of all ages to have a positive experience in a closely supervised environment. We cater to the needs of both novice and advanced athletes with varying degrees of skill, experience, and attention span through small groups and individual instruction. The campers will be split by youth, middle school, and high school. Our focus for the youth group will be developing basic wrestling skills, the middle school focus will be a combination of basic & advanced technique with attention to detail, and the high-school wrestlers will learn the same skills instructed by the Colorado School of Mines coaching staff during the college season.

Contact Coach DeVoe for more information at adevoe@mines.edu or 303-273-3374
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General Discussion / Weight Certifications
« Last post by Cobras2105 on November 09, 2017, 03:01:39 PM »
Interesting to see the movement in weight classes this year. Weight Certifications can be found on Track. Many of the kids got bigger, particularly the 106's. We'll have a lot of tough matches, particularly at 113 and 120, and even some rematches from last year's state championships. Can't wait!
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College / FLO Wrestling + Cliff Keen = WWCTOC (HS Girls & College Women Dec 15-16 2017)
« Last post by dddotti on November 07, 2017, 03:28:11 PM »
ROAD TRIP!
Women's West Coast Tournament of Champions is the Can't Miss PREMIER TOC for College Women and HS Girls --  Supported by both Cliff Keen and Flo Sports

COLLEGE UPDATE:  

• Bacone College, OK (recruiting only, not competing)
• Eastern Oregon University (competing & recruiting)
• Emmanuel College, GA (competing & recruiting)
• Grays Harbor College, WA (competing & recruiting)
• Menlo College, CA (competing & recruiting)
• Ottawa University, KS (recruiting only, not competing)
• Santa Rosa Junior College, CA (competing & recruiting)
• Simon Fraser University, Canada (competing & recruiting)
• Southern Oregon University (competing & recruiting)
• Umpqua Community College, OR (competing & recruiting)
• University of the Fraser Valley, Canada (recruiting only, not competing)
• Warner Pacific University, OR (competing & recruiting)

RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITIES CONTINUE TO GROW:

TOP California High School Girl's Teams have confirmed such as Selma, Northview, Del Oro, Tokay, Enoch, Tulare Union, Newark Memorial, and Birmingham... To date, 54 teams have committed with more expected including some from out-of-state!

SPECTACULAR COLLEGE AWARDS:

Champions – Medal, Cliff Keen Backpack
Finalists - Cliff Keen Singlet
Top Placers – Medal
Top Team – Trophy
Most Outstanding Wrestler - Medal

COLLEGE TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:

College Duals – Friday, December 15th – Weigh-in at 10am Competition begins at Noon
College Open – Saturday, December 16th - Weigh-in at 8am Competition begins at 10am

Sign-up as a team or individual:

• College Individual - $35
• College Duals -$250
• College Team -$350
• College Duals & Team -$500
• Mail checks to: Natomas HS Boosters P.O. Box 22843 Sacramento, CA 95822

HS TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE:

High School Varsity – Friday, December 15 – Weigh-in at 2pm Competition begins at 4pm
High School Varsity and JV – Saturday, December 16 – Weigh-in at 7am Competition begins at 9am

TOURNAMENT LOCATION:

Hardwood Palace
1091 Tinker Rd.
Rocklin CA 95765

OTHER:

• Head Coach to receive a gift and have access to a hospitality room where food and beverage will be available
• Recruitment table is FREE!
• Registration link is not LIVE at this time but you can confirm your spot now with an email response or phone call
• If you’d like any flyers emailed or mailed to you, just send me a good address and I’ll take care of it right away
• For more info just visit, www.wwctoc.com
• Tournament sanctioned by USAW
• Watch LIVE - www.FLOWRESTLING.com

Be sure to follow-up with any questions you might have and let me know if you'd like to commit so I can alert the High Schools and add your School to the WWCTOC website and marketing!

Happy November,

DDD

Donna D. Dotti
USAW Bronze Certified Coach
donna@placertourism.com
916-773-5443
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It's time for a ROAD TRIP, Texas! 

Women's West Coast Tournament of Champions is the Can't Miss PREMIER TOC for High School Girls and College Women. Supported by both Cliff Keen and Flo Sports, this is the tournament to compete in and be seen!

RECRUITMENT OPPORTUNITIES CONTINUE TO GROW!!!

WWCTOC COLLEGE UPDATE: Who's coming so far........

• Bacone College, OK (recruiting only, not competing)
• Eastern Oregon University (competing & recruiting)
• Emmanuel College, GA (competing & recruiting)
• Grays Harbor College, WA (competing & recruiting)
• Menlo College, CA (competing & recruiting)
• Ottawa University, KS (recruiting only, not competing)
• Santa Rosa Junior College, CA (competing & recruiting)
• Simon Fraser University, Canada (competing & recruiting)
• Southern Oregon University (competing & recruiting)
• Umpqua Community College, OR (competing & recruiting)
• University of the Fraser Valley, Canada (recruiting only, not competing)
• Warner Pacific University, OR (competing & recruiting)

HIGH SCHOOL UPDATE:

TOP California High School Girl's Teams have confirmed such as Selma, Northview, Del Oro, Tokay, Enoch, Tulare Union, Newark Memorial, and Birmingham.

To date 54 teams from CA and even NV have committed with more expected! This competition is open to Teams and Individuals. Out-of-State/Country WELCOMED!

SPECTACULAR AWARDS for both College and HS Varsity wrestlers:

Champions – Medal, Cliff Keen Backpack
Finalists - Cliff Keen Singlet
Top Placers – Medal
Top Team – Trophy
Most Outstanding Wrestler - Medal

(HS JV top placers to receive a medal)

TOURNAMENT LOCATION:

Hardwood Palace
1091 Tinker Rd.
Rocklin CA 95765

WWCTOC SCHEDULE & PRICING:

College Duals – Friday, December 15th – Weigh-in at 10am Competition begins at Noon
College Open – Saturday, December 16th - Weigh-in at 8am Competition begins at 10am

Sign-up as a team or individual:

• College Individual - $ 35
• College Duals - $250
• College Team - $350
• College Duals & Team - $500
• College Head Coach will receive some added incentives

High School Varsity – Friday, December 15 – Weigh-in at 2pm Competition begins at 4pm
High School Varsity and JV – Saturday, December 16 – Weigh-in at 7am Competition begins at 9am

Sign-up as a team or individual:

• High School Varsity Team - $350
• Varsity Individual - $ 35
• High School JV Team - $250
• JV Individual - $ 25
• Varsity & JV Team - $500

OTHER:

Mail checks to: Natomas HS Boosters P.O. Box 22843 Sacramento, CA 95822

College Recruitment table is FREE!

Registration link is not LIVE at this time but you can confirm your spot now with an email response or phone call

If you’d like any flyers emailed or mailed to you, just send me a good address and I’ll take care of it right away

For more info just visit, www.wwctoc.com

Watch LIVE -- FloWresting.com

Tournament sanctioned by USAW and hosted by Natomas High School


Thank you for your consideration and time. Be sure to follow-up with any questions you might have and let me know if you'd like to commit so I can add your School to the WWCTOC website and marketing!

Happy November,

DDD

Donna D. Dotti
USAW Bronze Certified Coach
donna@placertourism.com
916-773-5443
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General Discussion / Ranking Gurus Needed
« Last post by rshoaf on November 06, 2017, 02:22:49 PM »
Still have openings for the rankings program am rolling out this season,  needing 12 people per class at least 10. the ranking will be done by all 10-12 ranking gurus on a point system. 
Still need

6A boys. 3
5A boys. 2
6A girls. 8
5A girls. 7

email me rayshoaf@wrestlingtexas.com if your interested,  with your phone number and I'll explain in detail.
Thanks
Ray
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Virginia recently added yet another boarding high school wrestling team, which is already included in the links above.   (Oak Hill)

Any news about boarding schools here in Texas?   

Interestingly enough, Wyoming Seminary H.S. (a boarding school up in PA.) recently added a gals' high school wrestling program:

 http://www.wyomingseminary.org/athletics/upper-school-athletics/wrestling-girls-varsity



Unlike Texas, however, PA and its neighboring states do not yet sanction gals' high school wrestling...

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5A Wrestling / 5A Questions
« Last post by LampasasDad on October 31, 2017, 08:48:18 AM »
We are new to Texas wrestling and going to be part of a new team in Lampasas.  My son brought home the schedule for Lampasas and it seems there are some tournaments but no dual events.  My son says no schools want to wrestle a new start up team.  Is this true?  Seems like everyone would want a new program to wrestle, it promotes building of the sport and brings in competition.  If we can get some more dual type events (5 ways are great) I am sure the Lampasas team will not let you down.  My son is used to 70 plus matches per year and we would like to get more than a hand full events his senior year.  Please reach out to Coach Rosa at Lampasas High School if you would like to wrestle the new team on the block. 

If you have any feed back on getting more matches during the High School season please feel free to chime in and let us all hear you.


Thank You
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