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Hobart will be starting their RTC Wednesday 03/08/17. 6:00 pm. We are excited to have this opportunity to build the sport of wrestling. 

 

Every wrestler that plans to attend must be a Schoolboy/girl and up, and must have a USAW card. 

 

We have some well known names coming in to help run this RTC....Also will be adding to this list as well.

 

Alex Ramos- 2x State Champion, 5th Placer, Hobart HS Head Coach, Wrestled for Purdue University

 

Brennan Cosgrove- State Champ, 2x Runner-up, 3rd placer, Wrestled for Purdue University

 

Frankie Porras- 2x State Champ, Runner-up, 2010 Mental attitude winner, Wrestled for Purdue University

 

Jose Escobedo- State Champ, Runner-up, 7th Placer, Wrestled for Indiana University.

 

Enter Door 18, Go up the stairs, then down the balcony to the wrestling room.

 

Address:

Hobart High School

2211 E. 10th st

Hobart, Indiana 46342

 

Further questions please call/text/email

 

Zack Johansen

zjohansen@hobart.k12.in.us

219-689-1613

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Our First RTC will be Wednesday night, 6-8pm


Every wrestler that plans to attend must be a Schoolboy/girl and up, and must have a USAW card. 


 


3/8/17 RTC will feature 


Frankie Porras


Frankie wrestled for Hobart High School, as a freshman in 2007 he had a record of 39-8 and went on to become a state qualifier at 119 pounds. The next year as a sophomore at bigger weight, 125 pounds, Frankie went on to be a state runner-up, losing a very tight match to Josh Harper the defending state champion. Holding a record of 41-4. That same year Frankie became a high school All-American placing 5th at high school nationals. In his Freestyle campaign as a sophomore he was a Fargo All-American placing 8th. In 2009, Frankie became Hobart's 10th state champion in school history, Holding a record of 40-1. Also, placing 5th again at High school nationals, becoming a two time High school AA. During his senior year, Frankie won his 2nd state title with a record of 42-1. With his hard work recognized by the state, He won the 2010 Mental Attitude Award. After high school, Frankie went on to wrestle for Purdue University. This only highlights some of his accomplishments others include being a 2x academic all stater, a semi-state champion, 3x regional champion, and a 4x sectional champion. We are very excited to have Frankie in the room again.


 



 


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ADDRESS:


 


2211 E 10th ST.


Hobart, Indiana 46342


DOOR 18


 


(Door 18 is on the East side of the school.)


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Wednesday night, 6-8pm

Every wrestler that plans to attend must be a Schoolboy/girl and up, and must have a USAW card. 

 

3/15/17 will feature

Brennan Cosgrove

Cosgrove also wrestled for the Brickies and graduated in 2008. He is well known around the state and the country for his funky style and humor. He in my personal opinion was one of the most exciting wrestlers to watch because you never knew what he was going to do. As a freshman in high school he posted a record of 40-7 finishing out his freshman campaign with a 3rd place state medal. Moving on to his sophomore year where he improved his placement and took a step up the podium with a 2nd place finish at state and held a record of 46-2. His junior year was a fun one to watch, where the rivalry of Cosgrove vs McGill was born. These two went back and forth all year exchanging wins and losses, it came down to them in the finals of every tournament that they were both entered in. Semi-state came around, one of the better known matches, where the result was an illegal slam and Cosgrove leaving with a 2nd place SS finish. The very next week at the state finals they met again, with McGill wrestling the better match this time and coming out on top for the last time, Leaving Cosgrove with a 2nd place finish and a 45-4 record. Cosgrove's senior year was his most dominant, he was untouched with a 43-0 record taking his final step up the podium with a State Championship. Cosgrove is known for his funky style, big returns, flying throws, long shots, leg rides, etc... During his 4 years in high school Cosgrove was a Cliff Keen All-American, and also a High school All-American placing 6th at senior nationals. After high school he went on to wrestle for Purdue University. Other accomplishments include 2x Semi-State champion, 4x Regional Champion, and 3x sectional champion. If you are looking to bring some funk to your style, this is the RTC for you!! He will be showing some freestyle turns, and most likely some moves you just pull out of your butt. Thats the kind of wrestler he is.

 

 

 

Chico Adams and Cosgrove having some fun before the finals of state.


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Wednesday night, 6-8pm


Every wrestler that plans to attend must be a Schoolboy/girl and up, and must have a USAW card.


 


3/22/17 will feature


 


Kevin English


Kevin is the assistant wrestling coach at Fegely middle school in portage. In 2015 he was the Elementary wrestling coach for Portage wrestling club. Going back in the books from 2002-2003 he was the head wrestling coach at Quigley Prep HS in Chicago. Something that he is very proud of was coaching under hall of fame 6x Asst. Olympic coach Bill Weick at Mt. Carmel HS in 01-02. Other Coaching experiences include Griffith HS in 2001, Dolton Park Falcons IKWF Co-Head coach. In High school he posted a 77-6 record only wrestling one full season, he was a 2x DAC champ, sectional/regional champ, and semi-state qualifier. Freestyle and greco is where Kevin really shined, he was a 4x IN national team member, cadet northern plains regional place winner, he placed 5th at the cadet world team trials, AAU ironman world champion, AAU freestyle national runner up, AAU greco national champ, 2x ISWA freestlye state champ, 4x Greco state champ, 3x University Greco state champ. During his career one of his greatest moments was coaching the Indiana Bad Boys where he had 19 all americans and 7 state champions, and Concord Cup team champions. He has helped run various camps around the nation for all styles of wrestling. He has coached multiple team Indiana Junior Freestyle/Greco teams. Adding to his list of accomplishments came the MMA world where he held a Pro record of 13-7-0-2 and an Amateur record of 10-1-1, Total=23-8-1-2. He has fought on Fox tv, Pay-per-view, and Comcast sports. Kevin now helps at Portage where he coaches his son Kaiden, and I am sure this is his greatest accomplishment of them all! We are very excited to bring kevin in the room to teach us more about the freestyle world!


 


 

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Just watching the Cosgrove lift and return how was that an illegal slam? It looks like one of the stay down and you will win the match type of things. Was McGill hurt ?and if so it was not bad he won state the next week right? It just looked perfectly legal to me .....

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Hope to see you all there today! Remember 6-8pm cst. 

 

Door 18 on the east side of the school.

 

 2211 e 10th st

Hobart,IN 46342

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Wednesday night, 6-8pm


Every wrestler that plans to attend must be a Schoolboy/girl and up, and must have a USAW card.


 


4/5/17 will feature


 


Mark Augle


Mark is the assistant coach at Providence Catholic High school in Illinois.The Providence Catholic Celtics are 10 time 2a team state champions in wrestling. They are also currently ranked number 5 in the state of Illinois. Mark has been the Head assistant/ Head technician at Providence Catholic for 6 years now. He has been involved in the Illinois youth programs for 5 years. He also has coached Numerous team Illinois freestyle and Greco teams. He started high school in 2005 and had a combined record of 80-0 into his sophomore season. During his sophomore year Mark became a High school All-American. In 2008 Mark placed 5th in the state at 125lbs and was a member of team Illinois. Mark went on to wrestle for Purdue University in 2009.


http://www.purduesports.com/sports/m-wrestl/mtt/augle_mark00.html


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First RTC my kid has attended and it was awesome.  Cosgrove did a great job and the partners in the room really challenged my kid.  He will definitely be going to more of these. Thanks Hobart for hosting.

Piggy backing here.........my boys have been attending these RTC's the past several weeks and they are amazing.  Great energy, great instruction, great conditioning.  Seriously, well done coaches!  Sounds like Krause might attend one soon, has this been made official yet?

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Piggy backing here.........my boys have been attending these RTC's the past several weeks and they are amazing.  Great energy, great instruction, great conditioning.  Seriously, well done coaches!  Sounds like Krause might attend one soon, has this been made official yet?

Yes Krause will be in the 19th depending on how many attend.... For this practice we will be charging 20 dollars per family. He is driving all the way from Detroit to come here. If you plan to attend please let me know at 219-689-1613 Zack Johansen, This will be one of the only practices we will be charging keep that in mind.

 

Here are some of Krause's accomplishments

 

  • 46 year old devoted husband father of 4

  • Regarded as one of the best youth coaches in the country
  • Sponsored by Adidas Wrestling
  • 2010 -13 Journeymen / Asics National coaches clinic Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2010, 12, 13, 14, 15 USJOC Guest of honor.  National Clinician for Tournament for 2500+ wrestlers
  • 2010 National Northeast Coaches Clinics — Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2010 -2013 Monterey Champions Coaches Clinic — Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2011-12 Pop N Flo Mini Man Tournament Guest of Honor
  • 2011 Montana Open Guest of Honor – Held clinic for 1100 wrestlers
  • 2013,14,15 Clinician at the Huge 1000 wrestler Iron Sharpens Iron camps Voted #1 Clinician by wrestlers
  • 2010 HS State Champions
  • 2012 HS State Champions
  • 2013 HS State Champions
  • 2014 HS State Champions
  • 2013 OK State Coaches Clinic Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2014, 2015 Mark Cody OU youth coach clinician
  • 2013 Monterrey Champions Coaches Clinic – Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2013 Oklahoma High School Coaches clinic Youth Coach clinician
  • 2014 Team State Champs with 5 individual State Champions
  • 2016   5 HS State Champions
  • Holds Clinics and Camps throughout the Nation all year – Over 130 clinics
  • Head Coach of Team Shamrock – feeder team for Detroit Catholic Central
  • Head Coach NXT LVL Wrestling Academy since 2003
  • Team Shamrock 2x Youth State Champs 2X runner up
  • Inventor of the ‘Bring It” technique shirt
  • 4x Michigan State Letter-winner
  • Coaching and Wrestling for 30 years
  • Known for high energy and positive style of coaching
  • Flowrestling named him “Youth Coach of the Century” videos on www.flowrestling.org
  • Personal Website Named Top 10 Youth coaching sites of all sports www.bringitwrestling.com
  • Simply put….he brings the HEAT!!

We are still putting together the 12th.

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4-12-17 will feature

KYLE AYERSMAN

Kyle posted a 49-1 record as a freshman in high school with his only loss coming in the semis. Kyle went on to get 3rd place. From there on Ayersman did not see lower than 1st. As a sophomore 40-1 state champion. As a junior 52-0 state champion. As a senior 52-0 state champion. His career record added up to 193-2...now that is dominant! He was voted all male athlete of Lake central High school 2 years in a row. Kyle was a top 100 recruit in the country, and top 20 at 126lbs! Kyle went on to wrestle for Purdue. He is now in his 5th year graduating this year! We are excited to have Kyle come in and show us what he's got!

 

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REMINDER!

 

Next week we will have coach Krause in from Detroit

This is a 20 dollars per family practice. Make sure you have a USAW card and $20

 

Here are some of Krause's accomplishments

 

  • 46 year old devoted husband father of 4

  • Regarded as one of the best youth coaches in the country
  • Sponsored by Adidas Wrestling
  • 2010 -13 Journeymen / Asics National coaches clinic Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2010, 12, 13, 14, 15 USJOC Guest of honor.National Clinician for Tournament for 2500+ wrestlers
  • 2010 National Northeast Coaches Clinics — Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2010 -2013 Monterey Champions Coaches Clinic — Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2011-12 Pop N Flo Mini Man Tournament Guest of Honor
  • 2011 Montana Open Guest of Honor – Held clinic for 1100 wrestlers
  • 2013,14,15 Clinician at the Huge 1000 wrestler Iron Sharpens Iron camps Voted #1 Clinician by wrestlers
  • 2010 HS State Champions
  • 2012 HS State Champions
  • 2013 HS State Champions
  • 2014 HS State Champions
  • 2013 OK State Coaches Clinic Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2014, 2015 Mark Cody OU youth coach clinician
  • 2013 Monterrey Champions Coaches Clinic – Youth Coach Clinician
  • 2013 Oklahoma High School Coaches clinic Youth Coach clinician
  • 2014 Team State Champs with 5 individual State Champions
  • 2016 5 HS State Champions
  • Holds Clinics and Camps throughout the Nation all year – Over 130 clinics
  • Head Coach of Team Shamrock – feeder team for Detroit Catholic Central
  • Head Coach NXT LVL Wrestling Academy since 2003
  • Team Shamrock 2x Youth State Champs 2X runner up
  • Inventor of the ‘Bring It” technique shirt
  • 4x Michigan State Letter-winner
  • Coaching and Wrestling for 30 years
  • Known for high energy and positive style of coaching
  • Flowrestling named him “Youth Coach of the Century” videos on www.flowrestling.org
  • Personal Website Named Top 10 Youth coaching sites of all sports www.bringitwrestling.com
  • Simply put….he brings the HEAT!!

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