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TERREL MCFARLAND U15 PAN-AMERICAN GRECO CHAMPION AT 75KG

Terrel dominates on way to 75kg: Greco Championship

WIN Ricardo Arroyo Herrera (Mexico)
WIN Angel Garcia Nuñez (Mexco)
WIN Alejandro Castaño Cruz (Colombia)
WIN Bryan Campos Flores (Peru)

Greco-Roman final team standings
1. USA, 240
2. Mexico, 185
3. Brazil, 94
4. Colombia, 83
5. Peru, 65
6. Puerto Rico, 60
7. (tie) Barbados and Chile, 4


TERREL MCFARLAND PANAM FREESTYLE CHAMPION AT

Terrell picks up his second Gold medal as he dominates at 75kg: 

WIN Ricardo Arroyo Herrera (Mexico)
WIN Angel Garcia Nuñez (Mexico)
WIN Julian Isiordia Ramirez (Mexico)
WIN Jusset Arebalo Torres (Colombia)

 

Men’s freestyle final team standings

1. USA, 245
2. Mexico, 185
3. Puerto Rico, 89
4. Colombia, 83
5. Brazil, 78
6. Peru, 43
7. Chile, 10
8. Barbados, 8


Emma Bacon 39 KG PAN-AM Champion


Rianne Murphy 50KG PAN-AM Champion


Haylie Jaffee 58KG PAN-AM Champion


Faith Bartoszek 66KG PAN_AM CHAMPION

Women's Results from U15 PAN AMERICAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
At Oaxtepec, Mexico October 23

Results PA Wrestlers Only

39 kg
Gold – Emma Bacon (USA)
Silver – Gabriela Palacios Hernandez (Mexico)
Bronze – Ananda de Souza Januário (Brazil)

 

50 kg
Gold – Rianne Murphy (USA)
Silver – Montserrat Hernandez Gomez (Mexico)
Bronze – Yulissa Garcia Saldaña (Mexico)

58 kg
Gold – Haylie Jaffe (USA)
Silver – Laysla Dias Barbosa (Brazil)
Bronze – Isis Fachin Quispe (Peru)

66 kg
Gold – Faith Bartoszek (USA)
Silver – Sthefany Evangelista Calheiros (Brazil)
Bronze – Luisa Pereyra Gonzalez (Mexico)


U.S. Women’s freestyle bouts

39kg: Emma Bacon, Naples, Fla., gold medal
WIN Gabriela Palacios Hernandez (Mexico)
WIN Ananda de Souza Januario (Brazil)

50kg: Rianne Murphy, Valparaiso, Ind., gold medal
WIN Brenda Games (Brazil)
WIN Montserrat Hernandez Gomez (Mexico)
WIN Yulissa Garcia Saldana (Mexico)

58kg: Haylie Jaffe, Avondale, Pa., gold medal
WIN Gabriela Ferriño Alvarado (Mexico)
WIN Meissy Valdez Ovando (Guatemala)
WIN Shanaia Garcia Rojas (Colombia)
WIN Laysla Dias Barbosa (Brazil)

66kg: Faith Bartoszek, Wrightstown, Wisc., gold medal
WIN Sthefany Evangelista Calheiros (Brazil)
WIN Elide Castañon Buendia (Mexico)
WIN Zashka Ruiz Carrizales (Mexico)
WIN Sthefany Evangelista Calheiros (Brazil)


Women’s freestyle final team standings

1. USA, 220
2. Mexico, 160
3. Brazil, 87
4. (tie) Peru and Guatemala, 50
6. Colombia, 34
7. Barbados, 4
8. Chile, 2

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2021 USA Wrestling Folkstyle Tour of America - Battle of the Bell

2021 USA Wrestling Folkstyle Tour of America - Battle of the Bell

First Leg of the PAUSA Wrestling Triple Crown

Spooky Nook Sports - 75 Champ Blvd. - Manheim PA 17545

11/05/2021 - 11/06/2021

Event Information Link

Registration Link

In order to properly plan for the 2021-22 Competition season and ensure we are followng the recommended COVID-19 Guidelines.  

No double bracketing!


If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19 or other health related concerns determined by local/state health officials, full refunds will be made available. 

2021 Entry Fees: 

1. Online Pre-Registration Deadline: November 1st at 11:59PM ET- $45.00.


2. Late Online Registration Deadline: November 4th at 12:00pm ET - $55.00.

 

Schedule

Friday, November 5th 

Medical Check and Weigh-in
All Age Groups 

6:00 PM - 7:00PM

Saturday, November 6th

Session 1: 

Preliminaries to medal matches
Boys: 8U, 10U, 12U

Girls: Middle School & High School
8:00am- Conclusion

 

Session 2: 

Preliminaries to medal matches

Boys: Middle School & High School

Girls:   8U, 10U, 12U
1pm to Conclusion

ALL SESSIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON PARTICIPATION NUMBERS

Ticket Prices: 
Adults (18 years old and up) - $25 for an all session pass
Students (ages 6-17) - $10 for an all session pass

 

Venue Parking: $10 

DIVISIONS:

Girl weights classes are listed but subject to change depending on registration to maximize matches

8U Boys 

Age: Born 2014-2015
Weight Classes: 43, 45, 49, 53, 56, 62, 70, 85 lbs. 
Time periods - All Matches - 1-1-1


8U Girls  (Girl weights classes are listed but subject to change depending on registration to maximize athletes)
Age: Born 2014-2015
Weight Classes: 45, 50, 55, 60, 70, 85 lbs. 
Time periods - All Matches - 1-1-1

 

10U Boys 
Age: Born 2012-2013
Weight Classes: 49, 53, 56, 59, 63, 67, 71, 77, 84, 93, 120 lbs. 
Time periods - All Matches - 1-1-1

 

10U Girls   (Girl weights classes are listed but subject to change depending on registration to maximize athletes)
Age: Born 2012-2013
Weight Classes: 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110 lbs. 
Time periods - All Matches - 1-1-1


12U Boys 
Age: Born 2010-2011
Weight Classes: 58, 63, 67, 70, 74, 78, 82, 86, 92, 98,  108, 117, 135, 160 lbs. 
Time periods - Championship: 1:00 - 1:30 - 1:30
Time periods - Consolation: 1:00 - 1:00 - 1:00


12U Girls   (Girl weights classes are listed but subject to change depending on registration to maximize athletes)
Age: Born 2010-2011
Weight Classes: 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 110, 120, 130, 145 lbs. 
Time periods - Championship: 1:00 - 1:30 - 1:30
Time periods - Consolation: 1:00 - 1:00 - 1:00

 

Middle School Boys (Grades 6-8th)
Age: Born 2007-2009 
Weight Classes: 71, 77, 83, 87, 92, 97, 102, 106, 110, 114, 119, 125, 130, 136, 149, 165, 187, 250 lbs. 
Time periods - Championship: 1:00 - 1:30 - 1:30
Time periods - Consolation: 1:00 - 1:00 - 1:00


Middle School Girls (Grades 6-8th)

Middle School Girl weights classes are listed but subject to change depending on registration to maximize athletes opportunity to wrestle.
Age: Born 2007-2009 
Weight Classes: 72, 79, 85, 92, 101, 110, 119, 127, 136, 145, 185 lbs. 
Time periods - Championship: 1:00 - 1:30 - 1:30
Time periods - Consolation: 1:00 - 1:00 - 1:00


High School Boys (Must be in High School)
Age: Born 9/1/2002 & after (plus enrolled in grades 9-12)
Weight Classes: 100, 106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220, 285 lbs. 
Time periods - Championship: 2:00 - 2:00 - 2:00
Time periods - Consolation: 1:00 - 2:00 - 2:00


High School Girls  (Must be in High School)

High School Girl weights classes are listed but subject to change depending on registration to maximize athletes opportunity to wrestle.
Age: Born 9/1/2002 & after (plus enrolled in grades 9-12)
Weight Classes: 100, 106, 112, 117, 122, 127, 132, 138, 144, 152, 164, 180, 200, 225 lbs. 
Time periods - Championship: 2:00 - 2:00 - 2:00
Time periods - Consolation: 1:00 - 2:00 - 2:00

Weigh Ins/Medical

WEIGH-IN PROCEDURES: ATHLETES MUST BRING A PHSYCIAL COPY OF THEIR USAW MEMBERSHIP CARD IN ORDER TO RECORD THE WEIGHT AT THE SCALE.

- Wrestlers must have a current USAW card to scan at the scale in order for officials to input the correct weight.
- Wrestlers must have a competition singlet on when entering the weigh-in area. They must submit to a skin disease screening prior to weigh-in. The chief medical officer has full authority without appeal in determining the eligibility of an athlete to compete. Parents/coaches cannot accompany the wrestlers. They will not be allowed to carry additional clothing or anything other than the weigh-in card with them during weigh-ins.
- No Weight reduction practices shall be allowed once weigh-ins begin. 


MEDICAL CHECK:


Athletes must be present in a COMPETITION SINGLET and must submit to a skin disease screening prior to weigh-in. The chief medical officer has full authority without appeal in determining the eligibility of an athlete to compete.


Click here for USA Wrestling Skin Disease Manual.

 

INJURIES


In the event of injury or illness, NO contestant will be permitted to continue the competition without approval of the Chief Medical Officer, whose decision is final and not subject to appeal.


WEIGH-INS


All wrestlers weighing in must be in the weigh-in area by the beginning of the posted weigh-in time and must remain in the area until he/she has weighed in.  


Any wrestler(s) who fails to comply will not be allowed to weigh in, thus will also not be allowed to compete.


Each athlete will be allowed two consecutive attempts to make weight and may not leave the weigh-in area. The second attempt will take place at the LAST CHANCE SCALE in the weigh-in area. All wrestlers must be dressed in a COMPETITION SINGLET for weigh-ins and no weight allowance is given for the singlet. Wrestlers must weigh-in for each style they compete in.


Curious about anti-doping rules? Click here for more information about what you can expect when you reach the next level.


Transgender Policy


USA Wrestling deems it necessary to ensure, insofar as possible, that transgender athletes are not excluded from the opportunity to participate in wrestling competitions. As such, USA Wrestling’s Gender Policy is based on the results and guidelines of the IOC actions.


Please read the transgender policy document in its entirety in order to understand the guidelines USA Wrestling follows in regards to transgender athletes competing at USA Wrestling events. 


CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT and UNCONSCIOUSNESS of COMPETITOR


USA WRESTLING NATIONAL EVENTS COORDINATOR will appoint a designated Medical Services Coordinator and/or Tournament Medical Director for each USA Wrestling International, National and Regional Event. This must be a medical professional licensed or Certified Health Care Provider. All on-site medical decisions by the Tournament Medical Coordinator/Physician Director are not subject to appeal or protest and are made in the best interest of the health and well being of the wrestler.


All competitors in a USA Wrestling International, National and Regional event must receive a copy of the rule related to Medical Coordinator/Physician Director and Concussion Management Protocol prior to competition.


USA WRESTLING CONCUSSION MANAGEMENT PROTOCOL


If a wrestler becomes unconscious or referee, coach, athlete or medical provider suspects a wrestler may have received a concussion; the match must be stopped and a tournament medical staff person will assess the wrestler. The tournament medical staff will have unlimited time to determine if the wrestler can continue. (Change from USA Rules to UWW rules).


If the wrestler is allowed to continue the match; after completion of the match the wrestler must be escorted to the Medical area and must be given a recognized concussion evaluation which is documented by tournament medical staff. The tournament medical staff will complete a YELLOW Medical Alert and until the wrestler is granted GREEN Alert by tournament medical staff the wrestler is on a Medical Hold.


If the Tournament Medical staff determine the wrestler has a concussion or was determined unconscious by the Tournament Medical Staff on the Mat or post match the following procedure must be followed:


- RED Alert is completed and Medical Staff submit to Pairings Official


- Tournament Medical Staff will provide written documentation of findings of Standardized Concussion evaluation and signs and symptoms of wrestler.


- Tournament Medical Staff will determine specific acute care plan. If wrestler is under the age of 18, the coach or club representative will notify parent/legal guardian as soon as possible of incident.


- If Tournament Medical Staff does not send wrestler to Hospital via EMS; Tournament Medical Staff will provide parent, coach and club representative with USA Wrestling Post Concussion Care Recommendation. Prior to release of wrestler the Tournament Medical Staff will complete a serial evaluation process and upon release a final symptom checklist. Under no circumstance does the Medical Staff release a concussed wrestler without transfer of care to a responsible adult with specific instructions. All minor age wrestlers with a concussion must be released to the designated adult assigned by parent/legal Guardian.


- No concussed wrestler will return to competition without a written return to play document from a trained concussion medical professional (as identified by State Law) excluding a parent of the wrestler and cannot return for a minimum of 24 hours ( unless State Law requires longer recovery period). Ideally USA Wrestling recommends a multi-step and multiple discipline return to play procedure. See Post Concussion Instructions.


- If a wrestler is choked out and rendered unconscious during competition the Tournament Medical Staff will determine return to play and written documentation of signs and symptoms must be submitted to National Events Director.


- If choked out wrestler is not permitted to return to competition; a standardized Concussion test must be administered and findings submitted; a RED Alert is completed and submitted to Pairings. A YELLOW Alert or RED Alert does not remove a wrestler from tournament but does not allow wrestler to compete in tournament.


- Once Tournament is completed, Pairings Official submits all RED Alerts to National Events Director and is available to the Medical Staff of the Next National Events.


- A wrestler that has RED Alert from a USA Wrestling International, National or Regional Event must present a Return to Play Form from a Physician (MD or DO) to USA Wrestling Tournament Medical Check to be cleared for the next USA Wrestling tournament. The National Events Director must maintain a list of all RED Alerts issued at International, National and Regional event hosted by USA Wrestling. 

 

COACHES AND ATHLETES PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR USAW MEMBERSHIP CARD & A PHOTO ID WITH YOU TO THE EVENT. EVERY COACH AND ATHLETE WILL NEED TO BE BAR CODE SCANNED IN TO THE EVENT. 

 

Coaches passes will be sold ONLINE for $20. This includes admission for coaches and need to be picked up on-site during weigh-ins or before the sessions starts.
Coaches Pass Link is at the bottom of the page! 

 

All coaches that wish to gain access to the competition floor to coach athletes must have a current USA Wrestling Leader Membership Card. All USA Wrestling Leader Membership Cards MUST be attained prior to the event, due to mandatory background checking. For a USA Wrestling Leader Membership Card Card, please click HERE. PLEASE ALLOW UP TO 30 DAYS FOR COMPLETION OF USAW LEADER MEMBERSHIP/BACKGROUND CHECK PROCESS.


 

Coaches must be prepared to show their current membership card, photo I.D., and Copper/Bronze card at registration in order to purchase a coaches pass.


Want to become a USA Wrestling Copper or Bronze level certified coach? Please contact USA Wrestling's Manager of National Coaches Education Program, Mike Clayton, at mclayton@usawrestling.org.

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Annual Board and General Membership Meeting

This year our General Membership meeting will be on Sunday September 26th at 1:00 PM more details to be announced soon but the meeting will be a big year for us as all the director positions are open.  All executive positions remain in place, until next year. If anyone wants to help make us a better organization, you can nominate for the positions listed. If you plan on attending the meeting fill out the Registration form link below:

 

 

Cadet Director

Coaches Director

Communication/Media Director

Club Liaison Director (name change was Director at Large)

Folkstyle Director

Freestyle Development Coach

Fundraising Director

Greco-Roman Development Coach

Junior Director

Kids Director

Membership Director

Officials Director

Open Director

Tournament Manager

Women’s Development Head Coach

Women’s Director

Director at Large (1 positions)

If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact me at joe.stab@gmail.com.

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Season Update!

The achievements of an organization are the results of the combined effort of each individual. (Vince Lombardi)

 

Dear Coaches, Clubs, Officials, Wrestlers and Parents,

We have just completed our Freestyle/Greco-Roman season and will start again, in September with some Folkstyle events.  We plan to run a few events monthly until the end of November.  More details will be available shorty.

I want to take a few minutes to wrap up our 2020-21 season with some highlights, such as we captured both 16U Freestyle and Greco Championships at the National Championship in Fargo, ND.

16U MENS FREESTYLE TEAM set a new PA record, with 21 All-Americans and blew away the rest of the field compiling a total of 223 points to finish 84 points ahead of Minnesota. 16U Freestyle All-Americans 106 - Sam Herring - 2nd Place, 138 - Tyler Kasak - 2nd Place,  145 - Pierson Manville - 2nd Place, 195 - Sonny Sasso - 2nd Place, 113 - Vincent Kilkeary - 3rd Place, 126 - Mason Gibson - 3rd Place, 145 - Dylan Evans - 3rd Place, 126 - Kamdyn Williams - 4th Place, 220 - Austin Johnson - 4th Place, 120 - Maddox Shaw - 5th Place, 220 - Zachary Evans - 5th Place, 285 - Aiden Compton - 5th Place, 88 - Kole Davidheiser - 6th Place, 113 - Jack Consiglio - 6th Place, 126 - Vince Bouzakis - 6th Place, 138 - Nicholas Kunstek - 6th Place, 106 - Nathan Desmond - 7th Place, 120 - Dalton Perry - 7th Place, 182 - Tucker Hogan - 7th Place, 120 - Gauge Botero - 8th Place, 170 - Travis Stipetich - 8th Place. Day 6 Wrap Up.

16U MENS GRECO TEAM claimed their 17th title since 1985 and their first double championship since 2007. Team PA crowned 3 National Champions and 3 National Runner up and a Total of 14 All-Americans on the way to the Team Title scoring 197 points with Minnesota 2nd with 128 points. PA also crowed 3 National Champions 126 - Mason Gibson, 145 - Pierson Manville and 160 - Liam Scrivanich. PA also had 11 All- Americans 100 - Trey Wagner - 2nd Place, 126 - Kamdyn Williams - 2nd Place, 220 - Austin Johnson - 2nd Place, 100 - Aaron Seidel - 3rd Place, 145 - Dylan Evans - 3rd Place, 94 - Davis Motyka - 5th Place, 94 - Josef Garshnick - 6th Place, 106 - Nathan Desmond - 6th Place, 88 - Kole Davidheiser - 7th Place, 113 - Sam Herring - 8th Place and 182 - Adrian Gacek - 8th Place.

16U CADET WOMEN also set a record with 10 All-American and finished in a tie for 6th Place with Minnesota and New York.  Leading was for Team PA was 122 – Haylie Jaffee – 3rd Place, 100 - Jayleah Pletz – 7th Place, 100- Aubre Krazer – 8th Place, 106 - Ana Malovich – 5th Place, 106 - Lexia Schechterly – 8th Place, 117 - Marissa Rumsey – 8th Place, 122- Savannah Witt – 5th Place, 144- Avry Ryhal – 7th Place, 164 -     Jael Miller – 4th Place and 164 - Abbie Miles – 6th Place.

JUNIOR MEN FREESTYLE finished in 2nd Place with 111 points well behind Illinois that had 130. Team PA had 10 All- Americans 132 - Nic Bouzakis - 3rd Place, 138 - Jude Swisher - 5th Place, 145 - Jackson Arrington- 4th Place, 152 - Paniro Johnson - 3rd Place, 152 - Erik Gibson - 6th Place, 160 - Rocco Welsh - 3rd Place, 160 - Holden Garcia - 7th Place, 195 - Kolby Franklin – 4th Place, 195 - Caden Rogers - 5th Place and 285 - Charles Crews iii – 4th Place.

JUNIOR MEN GRECO finished in 11th Place and had 4 All- Americans led by 152 – Paniro Johnson and 195- Caden Rogers both were 3rd Place, 106 – Marco Tocci – 7th Place and 160 – Erik Gibson – 6th Place.

JUNIOR WOMEN had 3 All-American and placed in 17th in the team standings. 122 - Montana DeLawder - 3rd Place, 112 - Ava Bayless - 5th Place and 200 - Trinity Monaghan - 7th Place.

It was a very successful trip for Team PA, and I would like to Thank our Team Leader Toni Black and her staff, our coaches and wrestlers and parents for making the Fargo trip a success.

Prior to our trip to the 16U and Junior National Championship in Fargo we competed in all the National Duals events,

KIDS NATIONALS FREESTYLE PA made a great showing. Crowning 4 National Champions. Leading the way to National Championship were Keegan Bassett (12U - 88), Max Firestine (12U - 135), Thomas Verrette (14U - 110) and Denarli Mickel (14U - 187).

PA also had 3 National Runner Ups - Caden Yanarella (12U - 88), Owen McMullen (14U - 1490 and Terrell McFarland (14U - 165) and finished up with a total of 18 All-Americans.

KIDS NATIONALS GRECO Keegan Bassett (12U - 86) led the way for PA picking up his second National Title. As winning Freestyle National Title were Nathan Fenner (10U - 84), Chase Hetrick (12U - 135) and Luka Litteton Mascaro (14U - 102). PA also had 6 national runner up's Max Dinges (12U - 67), Max Firestine (12U - 135), Thomas Verrette (14U - 110), Owen McMullen (14U - 149), Terrell McFarland (14U - 165) and Denari Mickel (14U - 187).

JUNIOR MEN AND WOMEN AND 14U WOMEN NATIONAL DUALS

Our 14U girls made history by being the first girl’s team to win a Girls Greco National Championship and also added a Freestyle National Championship. Our Junior Women PA Blue finished in 4th and where in every match but gave up a few forfeits that hurt them.  Our Junior Men finished in 20th in both Greco and Freestyle. Individual Result Junior Men Greco - Nico Tocci - 5-1, Marci Tocci - 3 -1, Liam Goodrich 3-1, Pierson Manville 9-0, Jared Keslar 4-0, Ethan Richer 7-2. In Freestyle Casey Walker 6-1, Marco Tocci 4-1, Nico Tocci 3-1, Taylor Weaver 3-1, Pierson Manville 7-0, Griffin Walizer 5-2, Colin McCorkle 4-0, Jared Keslar 3-0. Pierson Manville was 16-0 and Jared Keslar finished 7-0. Junior Women Freestyle PA Blue placed 4th which is the best we have done. Jayleh Pletz, Ava Bayless and Savannah Witt were all 7-1 and Montana DeLawder and Charlotte Gilfoil had 6-2 records. Leading the PA Red Team were Aubre Krazer and Ana Malovich both 8-1. Now on to our 14U Girls double National Champs the following girls were 4-0 Lillian Rumsey, Julia Horger, Lane Fordyce, Sienna Chiesa, Sienna Landrum, Jordyn Fouse, Julissa Ortiz (Outstanding Wrestler), Kayla Husti-Luca and Sierra Ripka.

16U NATIONAL DUALS FREESTYLE

PA Blue finished in 5th place and PA Red won the Yellow Pool. The following PA Wrestlers finished with perfect records in Freestyle Sam Herring – PA Blue (106) 7-0, Nino Walker – PA Red (120) and Conner McChesney – PA Red (152/160) 6-0

Wrestlers had 1 loss Nikos Filipos -PA Blue (94) 6-1, Kollin Rath – PA Blue (132) 6-1, Cameron Milheim – PA Red (138), Dylan Evans – PA Blue (145) 6-1 and Sonny Sasso – PA Blue (195) 6-1

16U NATIONAL DUALS GRECO

PA Blue takes 5th Place. PA Red finishes winning there last 3 matches. The Following Wrestlers were Undefeated and on the All- Tournament Team: Kole Davidheiser - PA Blue (88), Vincent Kilkeary - PA Blue (120) and Austin Johnson - PA Blue (220)

14U NATIONAL DUALS FREESTYLE

PA Blue finished in 9th place and PA Red placed 5th in the Red Pool. The following PA Wrestlers finished with perfect records in Freestyle and made the All-Tournament Team. Jack Conroy – PA Blue – (187/250) 9-0, Will Deter – PA Blue – (83) 8-0, Thomas Verrette – PA Blue – (110) 8-0, Terrell McFarland – PA Blue (165) 8-0 and Owen McMullen – PA Red (7-0). PA Wrestlers with 1 loss were Carter Chunko – PA Blue (77) 7-1, Chris Dennis – PA Blue (102) 7-1, Reagan Milheim – PA Red (110) 6-1, Quinn McBride – PA Red (114) 6-1, Aiden Grogg – PA Blue (119) 7-1, Cael Weidemoyer – PA Blue (149) 7-1 and Mason Papinchak – PA Red (149) 6-1.

Tournament Wins Thomas Verrette and Terrel McFarland 15-0, Carter Chunko and Will Dettar 14-1, Aiden Grogg 14-2, Reagan Millheim and Owen McMullen 13-1 and Cael Weidemoyer 13-2.                                         

14U NATIONAL DUALS GRECO

Greco finals saw PA Blue finishes as National Runner Up! PA Red bounces back to win their Pool. The Following Wrestlers were 7-0 and the All -Tournament Team: Carter Chunko - PA Blue (77), Eli Herring - PA Red (77), Thomas Verrette - PA Blue (110), Reagan Milheim - PA Red (110), Aiden Grogg - PA Red (119), Terrrell McFarland - PA Blue (165) and Jake Conroy - PA Blue (187/250).

Going 6-1 were Will Detar - PA Blue (83), Noah Fenner - PA Red (87), Elijah Brosius - PA Blue (97), Cael Weidemoyer - PA Blue (149) and Owen McMullen - PA Red (165)

PAUSAW STATES had 672 wrestlers compete in Freestyle and 440 in Greco which was one of the highest number of wrestlers we had in the last few years.

I do have a pet peeve that I would like to address and let people understand that this organization is all about our wrestlers and I heard numerous parents ask why we charge so much for our trip.  This year our organization took an $86,000 hit to our budget to send our wrestlers to Fargo. We had originally budgeted $30,000 but took a big hit due to increase cost and once we released our trip prices it was too late to change them. So, based on the cost of the trip below it cost us over $975 per wrestler.

FARGO COST 2021
Bus 1  $              14,196.00
Bus 2  $              15,516.00
Bus 3  $              16,506.00
Bus 4  $              19,667.00
Bus Total  $              65,885.00
Camp  $              21,600.00
Drivers Hotel  $                2,216.88
Van  Rental (2 vans)  $                5,052.12
Gas/Receipts Van 1 (Pataky)  $                   409.81
Gas/Receipts Van 2 (Evans)  $                   103.05
Shirts  $              10,747.00
Wrestlers Entry Fee  
16U M FS and 16U FS WM  $                5,500.00
JUN M  $                4,675.00
JUN W FS  $                1,210.00
16U M GR  $                2,695.00
JUN M GR  $                3,245.00
   
TOTAL HOUSING COST  $              79,850.00
   
Refunds  $                6,162.99
   
Total Cost  $            209,351.85
   
Collected from Wrestlers  $            150,885.00
   
Additional Cost to PAUSAW  $              58,466.85

 

We are in this for the kids. I see events being held every week that do nothing but line the promoters’ pockets with cash - not a lot giving back to the wrestlers. I am not saying that we shouldn’t have these events, that’s not my point, it is just to make you understand that we are here to support our wrestlers.

As an organization we have worked hard this past year to give our wrestlers as many opportunities to compete that we could, and did we make a few mistakes along the way you bet we did but we learn and discuss each and adjust and we will continue to offer opportunities as we proceed into next season.

 

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CADET WORLD CHAMPION

BO BASSETT CAPTURES 2021 UWW CADET WORLD TITLE

Bo Bassett claims the 2021 UWW Cadet World Championships at 45KG. Bo won all 4 of his match and dominated the weight class. 

Round 1: Bo Bassett (USA) VFA14-8 over Malkhazi Khelaia (Georgia)

Round 2: Bo Bassett (USA) VFA11-4 over Yusif Isparov (Azerbaijan)

Round 3: Bo Bassett (USA) VSU113-2 over Umidjon Iskandarov (Uzbekistan)

Finals: Bo Bassett (USA) VFA 1:27 over Alikhan Ashinov (Russia)

 

The USA Currently trails India in the Team Standings 147 to 143 and tomorrow will wrap up the Freestyle event. Levi Haines (USA) 71KG finished in 7th Place.

Thursday 7/22/21
5:30 AM - Qualification Rounds WFS - 40kg, 46kg, 53kg, 61kg, 69kg

10:45 AM - Semifinal Rounds WFS - 40kg, 46kg, 53kg, 61kg, 69kg

12:00 PM - Finals and Medal Matches WFS - 43kg, 49kg, 57kg, 65kg, 73kg

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Mason Gibson (126) Greco National Champion


Pierson Manville 152 Greco National Champion


Liam Scrivanich 195 Greco National Champion


16U GRECO NATIONAL CHAMPIONS


16U FREESTYLE NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

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ON LINE COACHING BRONZE CERTIFICATION

USA Wrestling is excited to announce that we are adding an online bronze certification course to supplement the in-person classes.

 Some of our coach members might have difficulty driving long distances to a bronze class or the dates/times may not fit into their schedule so we’ve launched this online course to help meet their needs. 

 The online course can be taken but you will need to have you new account setup and claim your profile:  

Click Here to go to Bronze Link

Online cost is $80. 

 

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