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Wrestling Schedule for the 2012-2013 Season:
The following is a tentative schedule for our practices and tournaments this year.
PRACTICES:
Practices will be held at the Las Vegas High School wrestling room.
Under 8 and First Year Wrestlers: Tues / Thurs 6-7.
Experienced Wrestlers: 6-7:30p Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
This session will be for experienced wrestlers (5th – 8th grade) and by invitation for younger wrestlers. This will be a fun, intensive program to help our competitive wrestlers prepare for upcoming tournaments.

Tournaments: (Through January)
 

DECEMBER:

8   North Las Vegas Wrestling Club (Mojave High School)
15 RMN All Star Classic @ Cashman (National)
22 Wildcat Rumble
29 Open Date


JANUARY:

5   Liberty Wrestling Club or Salt Lake Slam                                                                                                                              12 Pahrump Jr Trojans
19 Las Vegas Gladiators Tournament (Arbor View High School)
25-26 Beehive Brawl (Utah) or Boulder City (local)

“Practice like a Champion, Wrestle like a Champion, Live like a Champion!”

Mission Statement:

Our mission is to develop student athletes that are physically and mentally strong. We strive to instill hard work, discipline, and character in our youth. So they are prepared with the skills necessary to become leaders and champions in life. The sport of wrestling is always evolving and our resolve is to keep up with the new training methods and techniques. Our commitment to the youth is to help them maximize their potential.

Why Wrestle?
Wrestling prepares youth to fight the game of life. The wrestler is an athlete that must meet his opponent and do battle completely on his own. There are no substitues or timeouts. He has no one to check, screen, block, or assist him in any way. He cannot blame anyone for his mistakes. When he wins, he must show quiet pride and modesty. When he loses, the responsibility is his.
Wrestling is a true sport. In most sports when contact is made, the whistle is blown to stop the action. In wrestling when contact is made, we are just getting started. It is a sport that requires a lot of sacrifice. The individual through self-denial offers more of his character than can ever be explained. It is something he carries with him throughout life, through every trial, test, and tribulation.


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