GENERAL INFORMATIONE l i g i b i l i t y
Open to all Junior High and High School students interested in improving upon and establishing their wrestling abilities. All skill levels welcome.
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Recommend headgear and mouthpiece
Bring Lunch or spending money for pizza & drinksC o s t
The fee will be $125 per camperL o c a t i o n
The camp will be held at Trinity Christian Academy in the Wrestling Room (upstairs in the Field House).
17001 Addison Rd.
Addison, TX 75001Co n t a c t I n f o r m a t i o n
d a t e s & t i m es
June 19-23, 2006: Check-In will be at 8:30am the 19th
9:30am - 11:00am 1st Session
11:00am - 12:00pm Lunch & Devotional
12:00pm - 1:30pm 2nd SessionW h a t y o u c a n e x p e c t
Drill Review: Each session new drills will be taught to ensure that key elements are remembered. The trainers will review these drills each morning.
Instruction: These drills will then be taken and used in a main instruction segment so that the wrestlers will be able to work on scoring holds that will be successful against their toughest opponents.
Specialized Sessions: Each day the wrestlers will have the opportunity to concentrate on specific areas they need to improve upon. For new wrestlers, assessment groups will be set up to ensure understanding of basic procedure and execution.
What you will take away:
A better understanding of the fundamentals of wrestling. You will learn how to grow from every experience on and off the mat.
Throws: Taking your opponent from their feet to their back.
Takedowns: Single Legs, Double Legs, High Crotches (defensive takedowns).
Pinning Combinations: Cradles, Arm Bars, Legs, Tilts
This camp will prepare you to go to the next level in competition.CAMP STAFF
Tom Grossman completed his High School career with a record of 167-7. He won the Texas State Tournament three times, placed fourth as a freshman, and was named the State Tournament Outstanding Wrestler. He later went on to place second in the High School Senior Nationals in Pittsburgh and was chosen by Wrestling USA to wrestle on their first Dream Team. Tom placed fifth in the Junior World Tournament in Ukraine during one of two World Teams. By placing second in the Junior National Freestyle Competition, Tom still holds the record for the highest placing Texan to date. Tom went on to conclude his career at the University of Oklahoma, wrestling as a starter for four years. In which he aided his team in wining two Big 12 titles and placing in the NCAA’s top five every year.Tentative guest trainersBo Maynes
- was a four year undefeated state champion at Salina South in Kansas City, finishing 130-0. During his high school career, Maynes was never taken down. He continued on to the University of Oklahoma, where he qualified for the NCAA’s and took home the Big 12 title his senior year.Witt Durden
- was a four time state champion at Dublin High School in Georgia, with a 155-4 record, including 145
victories in a row. Durden was an eight time all-American in Freestyle and Greco Roman, placing 2nd in Junior National Freestyle and Espoir National Freestyle. Witt went on to wrestle for the University of Oklahoma in which he started all four years and achieved All-American Status three times at nationals.Justin Dyer
- Recorded a mark of 141-3 while at Olathe South High School. A three-time Kansas state champion, Kansas City Star All-American, and academic All-American. Currently wrestles for the University of Oklahoma where he has taken fifth in 2004 and third in 2005 at the Big 12 and was named the 2004 Academic All-Big 12 first team.
Most importantly, all four young men have a heart for the Lord that is exemplified in their lifestyles.