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  1. Date is set for next year for our Dick Welsh Team Dual Invitational in Algonac Michgan (Hour north east of Detroit Michigan)January 12th, 2019This year we had:Oxford (State Ranked)Walled Lake Central (State Ranked)Tecumseh (State Ranked)Lake Orion (3rd in county that included #9 in country Detroit Catholic Central)Algonac (State Ranked)New Haven (2 State Qualifiers this year)St Clair (1 individual state qualifier) Utica Henry Ford II ( 3rd in County, Multiple quality guys coming back)----------------------------------------------Southgate Anderson - (Couple state medal winners)Troy (full line up, Up and coming team)Yale (mostly full team, going to be getting better)Royal Oak- full line up but a beginner team.** I am probably going to be replacing some of the lower tier teams to make the tournament better. Depending on the upper half of the list. For 2019- I have sent out invitations out to some pretty Powerful Schools in Michigan. I will likely be replacing some of the lower tier teams with some tougher competition. I want the competition. DO your homework you will see I have a good base for this tournament and will be looking to at more power to it. There was too big of a gap in competition in the pools, before some great close duals in the round robin finals matches. each pool had two pretty solid teams, and two weaker teams, so the pool play was a little easy. I want to correct that. Id like to make the pools more competitive. Id like there to be three teams in each pool who are pretty solid, and one team who is weaker. Give Weaker team some Hard matches for their pool play, but two good cross over matches to finish out the day. this also make the better teams have the opportunity to sub in a JV kid who traveled this far with the team and get some matches. The 10th place round even competitive for the teams who finished last in their pools.Somebody else you wanna see, Let me know I will send them a message and get them in. There is only a few schools I wouldn't invite.This is not a "B" team tournament. I want teams "A" team and in the three years we have had it Oxford, and WLC have been bringing it. As you can see from my list I'm outsourcing to get some further away schools who have earned some great credentials. Thanks Coach Treppa
  2. Maurader Summer Duals Mt. Vernon High School 1806 West IN 234, Fortville , IN 46040 Eligibility: Wrestlers entering 7th-12th grade are eligible. No graduated seniors! Weight Classes: 100, 106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220, 285. There will be a 5 lbs. allowance (i.e. 100= 105) Rosters: Limited to 20 wrestlers per team. Each team will be required to supply a table worker. Cost $250 must be received by May 19th to guarantee you a spot! Registration: Make checks payable to Maurader Wrestling Club. Mail to 10515 Fawn Ridge Lane, Indianapolis, IN, 46236 Weigh ins: Saturday 7:30-8:30. It is highly encouraged for teams and coaches to weigh in together with a roster form. Start time: Coaches meeting st 8:45. Wrestling will start promptly at 9:00. Format: 12 teams on 6 mats (two gyms) First 3 rounds will be round robin followed by 2 rounds of crossover for placing. Awards: Awards will be given for wrestlers going 5-0 in a single weight class. Team champion will receive trophy. Officials: We will use licensed IHSAA officials. Misc: Both gyms will be air conditioned. Full concessions will be open. This is one of the only summer duals tourney in the Indianapolis area and will fill up quickly! Admission: $5 will be charged for all non wrestlers, coaches, or table help. Questions: Contact Randal Hayes @ 317-809-5309 or randal.hayes@gmail.com
  3. KING OF THE RING FREESTYLE OPEN BROUGHT TO YOU BY ELITE ATHLETIC CLUB Sunday, April 29, 2018 Location East Chicago High School 1100 W Columbus Dr. East Chicago, IN 46312 Sanction – Eligibility Tournament is sanctioned through the Indiana State Wrestling Association by USA Wrestling and is open to all 2017-2018 USA Wrestling members. This is a Qualifier for ISWA Freestyle State ENTRY FEE $25 On Track Wrestling Age Divisions PEE-WEE – JUNIOR Registration www.trackwrestling.com registration only Registration Closes Saturday April 28, 2018 9:00 PM NO WALK – UP Weigh-Ins Sunday 6:30 AM – 8:30 AM Wrestling Will begin approximately 9:30 AM AWARDS Championship Ring Medals -2nd, 3rd Spectator Fee $5.00 Per Person - $10.00 Per Family Additional Information Concessions Available On Site Cooler Fee $2.00 USAW cards must be purchased at iswa.com before tournament – NO cards sold on site Elite Freestyle Open.pdf
  4. Wrestlingmom2

    Yorktown Summer Duals

    Yorktown Summer Duals Yorktown High School 1100 S. Tiger Dr. Yorktown, IN 47396 Saturday, June 23rd Weigh-ins: Saturday, June 23rd 7:30a-8:30a (On-site only) Coach’s Meeting: 8:30a Start Time: 9:00am Weight Classes: 106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220, & Heavyweight (up to 285 lbs.) *There is a five-pound allowance. Eligibility: Wrestlers entering 9th grade through graduating seniors. Each team may have up to 3 pick-ups. Cost: $200 received by June 8th made payable to Yorktown Wrestling Club (Mail to: YWC P. O. Box 26 Yorktown, IN 47396 Format and Max Teams: Two pools, then crossover matches for placement. Winners will receive a team trophy and t-shirts. Max of 12 teams. Workers: Each team is required to provide one score table worker for each dual. Notes: Concessions will be available. Spectator fee is $6 per person. Children 2 & under are free. Questions: Contact: Lisa Stephenson Lstephenson@yorktown.k12.in.us (765) 730-1723
  5. Cambria County Fall Brawl - We need High School members for this trip! Elite Athletic Club - Nuway Summer National Champs! High School Team HWT last spot!!! Travel to PA Friday 10/6/17 - Rental Van Est time 7hrs Stay together as a team! LARGE RENTAL HOME! New Gear Package - Singlet, Shirt, Shorts, & Bag Dual meet Saturday October 7th Individual. Format October 8th Head Home 7am October 9th Contact EliteAthleticClub@Comcast.net or www.EliteAthleticClubllc.com or 219-841-1906
  6. Western Boone is looking to add 1-2 JV/Freshman tournaments to the schedule this year, especially in November/December. Contact coachjoycewebo@gmail.com
  7. Elite Athletic Club needs a few wrestlers who want to compete in the Cambria County Fall Brawl!!! Cambria County Fall Brawl High School Team 102, 110, 117, 125, 135, 145, 155, 167, 182, 200, & HWT 6th Grade & Under Team 52, 57, 62, 68, 72, 77, 84, 88, 92, 102, 112, 125, & HWT Travel to PA Friday 10/6/17 - 8am via. Rental Van Est time 7hrs (this time 3 vans) Stay in a huge home with 16 Beds! Gear Package - Singlet, Shirt, Shorts, & Bag Dual meet Saturday October 7th Individual. Format October 8th Head Home 7am October 9th Contact EliteAthleticClub@Comcast.net
  8. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Sam Balaban-Feld at 215.561.6900 ext. 4157 sbalaban-feld@maccabiusa.com / www.maccabiusa.com CHRIS FEDER APPOINTED AS HEAD COACH FOR MACCABI USA’S OPEN MEN’S WRESTLING TEAM FOR THE 20th WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES Philadelphia, PA – David and Stewart Pruzansky, Open Wrestling Co-Chairmen of the USA Organizing Committee for the 20th World Maccabiah Games, have appointed Chris Feder as Head Coach for the Open Men’s Wrestling team for Team USA. Feder, a 2006 inductee to the California Wrestling Hall of Fame, will lead a team of nine wrestlers to compete in Israel, July 4-17, 2017. The World Maccabiah Games are the world’s third largest sporting event, with over 9,000 total participants representing over 75 nations. No stranger to the World Maccabiah Games, Chris Feder represented the United States in Wrestling at the 8th & 13th World Maccabiah Games in 1969 and 1989, respectively, winning a silver medal in both freestyle and Greco-Roman at both tournaments. Feder also holds the record for oldest wrestler to medal at the World Maccabiah Games. Along with experience in freestyle and Greco-Roman, Feder also has competed in folkstyle wrestling as well. “It is an honor and privilege for me to be named by Maccabi USA as the Open Men’s Wrestling Head Coach for the 20th World Maccabiah Games in 2017,” said Feder. “Having the Maccabiah come full circle for me is truly remarkable, first being a competitor in 1969 and 1989, and now being the Head Coach. My previous appointments to Team USA were life-changing, from winning four silver medals, to the lifelong friendships I have made.” Feder has had a lifelong involvement in the Wrestling world, beginning with a stellar collegiate career at CW Post (currently known as Long Island Post University). While at Post, Feder was the Metropolitan Conference Champion from 1967-1969, finishing his career with the conference record for most falls and all-time scoring. Feder was also a two-time NCAA All-American, finishing in third place in 1968, and second place in 1969. Since 1975, he has been coaching various regional and high school wrestling teams in Northern California, and from 1990-2005, held various leadership positions within USA Wrestling and California Wrestling. He is currently the Head Coach for Marin Catholic High School in Kentfield, CA, and the Brawlers Wrestling Club in San Rafael, CA. Feder is recruiting wrestlers to compete at team trials, spring 2017, to represent Team USA in Open Men’s Wrestling at the 20th World Maccabiah Games, ages 18+. Applications for the Games and tryout information are available online now at www.maccabiusa.com. Maccabi USA builds Jewish pride through sports, generating the emotional intensity, high ideals, and powerful camaraderie of competition. We connect athletes, volunteers, and supporters with the global Jewish community. Our athletic, educational, and cultural experiences build Jewish identity, perpetuate Jewish continuity worldwide, and strengthen support for the State of Israel. For more information, please contact Program Director, Shane Carr, at (215) 561-6900 x4147, or by email at scarr@maccabiusa.com. About the organization: Maccabi USA (MUSA) is a federally-recognized not-for-profit 501©(3) organization with an extensive history of enriching Jewish lives through athletic, cultural and educational programs. The organization is the official sponsor of the United States Team to the World Maccabiah Games, and the Pan American and European Maccabi Games, as well as a sponsor of the JCC Maccabi Games for teens in North America. As the official Maccabi representative in the U.S., Maccabi USA supports Jewish athletic endeavors, enhanced by cultural and educational activities in the United States, Israel and throughout the Diaspora. MUSA develops, promotes and supports international, national and regional athletic-based activities and facilities. It strives to provide Jewish athletes the world over the opportunity to share their heritage and customs in competitive athletic settings. MUSA supports programs that embody the Maccabi ideals of Jewish Continuity, Zionism and Excellence in Sport. Maccabi USA Builds Jewish Pride Through Sports. Maccabi USA is a U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC) Multi-Sport Organization (MSO). The organization is one of 38 MSOs nationwide to be recognized by the USOC for its ability to cultivate a national interest in sport and increase opportunities for participation internationally, nationally and at the grassroots level. ### MACCABI USA – Building Jewish Pride Through Sports
  9. sslaymon

    Whiteland Folkstyle Open

    Just a reminder, registration cutoff is at 500 wrestlers and entry deadline is 11 pm on Thursday January 1st. Get those entries in ASAP to secure your spot in our tournament. With no other local tournaments, we are expecting to be close if not fill up on spots, since we had close to 440 wrestlers last year. We've gotten a lot of positive feedback over the past couple of years and it sounds like there will be several teams bringing large numbers, so should be some good wrestling before elementary state next weekend. We will also be having weigh-ins, before wrestling will begin, from 8am-9am. Wrestlers receive 1 pound allowance with singlet on. Declare your weight on trackwrestling. Please be accurate so we don't have to change a lot wrestlers, to get tournament started close to time. http://indianamat.com/index.php/topic/46846-whiteland-folkstyle-open-1315/
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