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  1. The Rebels will no longer be hosting a Freestyle Duals meet on April 23rd. Rebel Wrestling Foundation (RWF) will be hosting a Freestyle Qualifier event on Thursday April 20th that we are excited about. It will be very well ran with 2 full mats and 2 licensed officials for age groups PW-JR. Our goal is to get everyone a couple matches and out of the gym in a couple hours. We also understand with proms, SAT/ACT, spring breaks, baseball, etc. it gets very difficult to make it to 2 freestyle tournaments on 2 of the 4 weekends in April.... This event will count as 1 of your qualifiers for ISWA Freestyle State. Flyer and more information.... Rumble at the Roch Thursday April 20th, 2017 LOCATION St. Roch Catholic School 3603 S. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN46217 CONTACT Wade McClurg wrestling@roncalli.org 317.501.8306 Registration, Weigh In Procedure, Wrestling Format & Schedule Early Registration- Email wrestling@roncalli.org by Wednesday April 19th at 5:00pm: Name, USAW Card #, DOB, Age Group (PW - JR), Actual Weight.$10 cash per wrestler pay at the door Thursday. You will receive a confirmation email by Wednesday night, if you do not receive an email please call Coach McClurg. On-Site Registration- Thursday from 5:00pm-5:30pm you can register on site, $20 cash per wrestler. Weigh In Procedure- Everyone must step on the scale from 5:30pm-6:00pm to weigh in.We are going to pair the tournament prior to weigh ins, but we will check weights on before competition.So, please make sure you are close to the actual weight that you emailed to us. Wrestling Format & Schedule- We will have 2 full mats and 2 licensed officials. Wrestling will start at 6:00pm.We will put wrestlers in a round robin of 3 wrestlers. We hope to get everyone at least 2 matches.We will group wrestlers according to their actual weight and age group. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION · This tournament is hosted and ran by Rebel Wrestling Foundation (Roncalli’s wrestling club). · This tournament is a qualifier event for the ISWA Freestyle State Tournament. · We will email the ISWA all entrants that paid, weighed in, and showed up to compete on Thursday night, because this counts as 1 of 2 required qualifiers needed to participate at state. · Concessions will be available. · Wrestlers must have a valid 2016-17 USAW card, replacement cards will not be available at tournament.
  2. By JEREMY HINES Thehines7@gmail.com Roncalli freshman Alec Viduya knew what it would take to become a wrestling state champion. There’s hard work, dedication and all that jazz – but most importantly, he needed a perm. “Alec decided it was time to bring the perm back before the sectional this year,” Roncalli coach Wade McClurg said. “He was 15-0 in the state series with the perm, so the secret is in the hair.” Viduya won the 113 pound weight class, beating Jimtown’s No. 6-ranked Hunter Watt 7-4 in the finale. “He earned the nickname Goku (Dragonball Z reference) last summer,” McClurg said. “Goku is known for his work ethic and constantly striving to be the greatest warrior to protect the universe. Alec has crazy hair like Goku and he is always striving to be the best wrestler to protect the Southside Rebellion.” Viduya become Roncalli’s fourth state champion, and the first in 32 years since Chris Maxwell won in 1985. He wants to follow in the footsteps of his former coach Lance Ellis and become a four-time champion. “He was my coach for a long time, and I’d love to follow what he did,” Viduya said. Viduya certainly doesn’t lack confidence. The freshman tried not one, but two standing cradles in the finals match. “I know what I’m capable of,” Viduya said. “I knew that if I could lock that up I was getting back points.” Coach McClurg learned from his mentor, Carmel coach Ed Pendoski, that communication is the key to having a successful program. So McClurg held a meeting with Alec and his family at their kitchen table in July and discussed Alec’s goals. “Without hesitation he told me that he wanted to be a state champion as a freshman like his mentor Lance Ellis,” McClurg said. “That dialogue began when he was a youth wrestler and continued into the kitchen table conversation in July, and it’s still communicated on a daily basis.” Viduya dismantled several ranked opponents during his tournament run. He beat Warren Central’s No. 3-ranked Skylour Turner in the New Castle semistate final 15-4. He then beat #17 Kane Egli, No. 8 Jose Diaz and No. 1-ranked, returning state champion Asa Garcia leading up to the final match. “My Friday night match was one of the hardest because I had to make weight and maintain my weight,” Viduya said. “I was pretty tired. On Monday I was 122 pounds.” As is the case with almost every state champion, Viduya strives for excellence in practice. “I’ve had the privilege to have coached Alec since he was 8 years old,” McClurg said. “Alec has always taken his training very seriously and is passionate about wrestling. He is motivated by his absolute hatred of losing and has been that way since he was very young. That’s just how he is programmed. Alec is the ultimate competitor. He is confident in his abilities and he stays mentally strong in tough situations.” To many, Viduya seems very straight-laced and serious at all times. He is hyper-focused during tournaments and dual meets. But coach McClurg says he’s not always that way. “There is a misconception with some people who are not real familiar with Alec,” McClurg said. “Because they think he never smiles or talks. The people that really know Alec and see him every day in the hallways at Roncalli know that is certainly not the case. If I had to describe Alec in one word it would be ‘cool.’ Alec is one cool customer.” This summer Viduya plans to wrestle at Fargo in freestyle. His work to stay on the top of the championship ladder in high school is far from over. But, he feels that as long as he puts in the work, and keeps the perm, he should be ready.
  3. By JEREMY HINES Thehines7@gmail.com Roncalli freshman Alec Viduya knew what it would take to become a wrestling state champion. There’s hard work, dedication and all that jazz – but most importantly, he needed a perm. “Alec decided it was time to bring the perm back before the sectional this year,” Roncalli coach Wade McClurg said. “He was 15-0 in the state series with the perm, so the secret is in the hair.” Viduya won the 113 pound weight class, beating Jimtown’s No. 6-ranked Hunter Watt 7-4 in the finale. “He earned the nickname Goku (Dragonball Z reference) last summer,” McClurg said. “Goku is known for his work ethic and constantly striving to be the greatest warrior to protect the universe. Alec has crazy hair like Goku and he is always striving to be the best wrestler to protect the Southside Rebellion.” Viduya become Roncalli’s fourth state champion, and the first in 32 years since Chris Maxwell won in 1985. He wants to follow in the footsteps of his former coach Lance Ellis and become a four-time champion. “He was my coach for a long time, and I’d love to follow what he did,” Viduya said. Viduya certainly doesn’t lack confidence. The freshman tried not one, but two standing cradles in the finals match. “I know what I’m capable of,” Viduya said. “I knew that if I could lock that up I was getting back points.” Coach McClurg learned from his mentor, Carmel coach Ed Pendoski, that communication is the key to having a successful program. So McClurg held a meeting with Alec and his family at their kitchen table in July and discussed Alec’s goals. “Without hesitation he told me that he wanted to be a state champion as a freshman like his mentor Lance Ellis,” McClurg said. “That dialogue began when he was a youth wrestler and continued into the kitchen table conversation in July, and it’s still communicated on a daily basis.” Viduya dismantled several ranked opponents during his tournament run. He beat Warren Central’s No. 3-ranked Skylour Turner in the New Castle semistate final 15-4. He then beat #17 Kane Egli, No. 8 Jose Diaz and No. 1-ranked, returning state champion Asa Garcia leading up to the final match. “My Friday night match was one of the hardest because I had to make weight and maintain my weight,” Viduya said. “I was pretty tired. On Monday I was 122 pounds.” As is the case with almost every state champion, Viduya strives for excellence in practice. “I’ve had the privilege to have coached Alec since he was 8 years old,” McClurg said. “Alec has always taken his training very seriously and is passionate about wrestling. He is motivated by his absolute hatred of losing and has been that way since he was very young. That’s just how he is programmed. Alec is the ultimate competitor. He is confident in his abilities and he stays mentally strong in tough situations.” To many, Viduya seems very straight-laced and serious at all times. He is hyper-focused during tournaments and dual meets. But coach McClurg says he’s not always that way. “There is a misconception with some people who are not real familiar with Alec,” McClurg said. “Because they think he never smiles or talks. The people that really know Alec and see him every day in the hallways at Roncalli know that is certainly not the case. If I had to describe Alec in one word it would be ‘cool.’ Alec is one cool customer.” This summer Viduya plans to wrestle at Fargo in freestyle. His work to stay on the top of the championship ladder in high school is far from over. But, he feels that as long as he puts in the work, and keeps the perm, he should be ready. Click here to view the article
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