Season

WRESTLING SEASON

The Waverly Wrestling Club (WWC) is designed to introduce the sport of wrestling to newcomers as well as reinforce fundamental wrestling skills to the experienced wrestler. We focus on folk-style wrestling covering top, bottom and neutral positions. Wrestlers of all skill levels from beginner to experienced will benefit from this clinic. All sessions will include technique, live wrestling, conditioning and competitive skill games. On weekends, wrestlers will enter several local wrestling tournaments as well as some national level tournaments.  Wrestlers will be encouraged but not required to participate in the tournaments.

Club practices typically start the middle of November and run through March. WWC has scheduled several practices prior to the Waverly Wrestling Club tournament (January 12, 2020).  All techniques and skills demonstrated will be continuously reviewed so that kids do not miss out on anything.  Parents will have access to videos showing the techniques that will be covered to review at home with the kids.

At the coaches discretion, we may move kids up / down practice times to accommodate skill and/or size of wrestlers.

Dates:
Practice starts the week of November 11th

Times:

Practice Schedule

Grade Day/Week Time Starting Location
Pre-K & K Tuesdays 6:00pm-6:55pm 11-12-19 WHS
 1st & 2nd Tuesdays

Thursday (Optional)

7:00pm-8:00pm

6:00pm-7:00pm

11-12-19

11-14-19

WHS

WMS

3rd thru 5th Mondays & Thursdays 6:00pm-7:30pm 11-11-19 WHS
6th thru 8th Mondays & Thursdays 7:30pm-9:00pm 11-11-19 WMS

WHS

* 7th and 8th graders will transition to Middle School practices in February.

 

WMS = Waverly Middle School, WHS = Waverly High School

 

Where:
WHS Wrestling Room and the “Optional practice” at Waverly Middle School wrestling room

Contact:
Waverlywrestlingclub@gmail.com or see Contact page

Fees:
$75 fee (or $150/family) covers all practices and entry for two tournaments (Waverly tournament & USA District tournament), WWC t-shirt and use of a singlet.

Registration:
Registration & payment will take place online (see Registration page) or at the OPEN HOUSE, November 4th at 6:30 in the High School Commons area.  If you are unable to attend the open house, please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your age groups practice.  *Please pre-register on-line at Registration page*.

Directions for Entering Waverly High School:
Wrestlers and parents must enter the high school through the back entrance on the southwest side of the high school. As you enter the building through the double doors, go down the hall take the door on left just past the display case, then take the flight of stairs up to second floor wrestling room.

Directions for Entering Waverly Middle School:  Wrestlers and parents enter at South double doors by main entrance. After going through double doors, turn right into the gym and enter the door on your right.  If available, we will try to have the outside door open that goes directly into the wrestling room. This will be on the sidewalk that runs south before the double doors.

Waverly Wrestling Club Awards

In-Season Awards:

Hat Pins – These pins are awarded for numerous reasons including but not limited to; sportsmanship, work ethic, practice attendance, and leadership.

Iron Man Levels – Based on # of tournaments entered

5 tournaments = Prize

8 tournaments = End of the year Award

10 tournaments = Gold Pin

12 tournaments = Colored Pin

Year-End Banquet Awards:

Iron Man – 8 tournaments

The “Beast” Award – Awarded to any wrestler that attends 4 or more of these events; any national level tournament, State USA tournament, State Huskerland/AAU tournaments, Star City Classic or the Midwest Classic.

Pin Master – Pin Master Shirt for the wrestler with the most pins in each grade.

Pin Master (Whole Club) – Trophy to the wrestler with the most pins in all grades. To be eligible, kids must be entered as “Good/Excellent” for tournaments that ask for experience level.

Bowmaster Award – Awarded to a 6th grade wrestler for sportsmanship, work ethic and perseverance.

Wrestler of the Year – Must be eligible for an “End of the Year Iron Man” (8 tournaments) and attend a State level tournament. Of the eligible wrestlers, the Wrestler of the Year will be awarded to the wrestler with the highest winning percentage. To be considered for this award, you must register as Good/Excellent for tournaments that ask for experience level.

 

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