Our mission is to promote the sport of wrestling in the community, and to train our wrestlers to succeed at a progressively competitive level. The program is divided into teams, each with a different set of goals: 


An entry level to the sport. Designed purely to introduce kids to wrestling, with basic instruction and supervised simulated wrestling. Games make it fun, to encourage kids to come back to wrestle at the next level. (Kindergarten & 1st grades)


Accelerated instruction, with individual and team standings. Wrestlers get their first exposure to league competition. Focus remains on gaining skills as well as live-match experience, geared towards preparing for the varsity level. (4th through 8th grades)


Accelerated instruction with individual and team standings. At this level, competition becomes intense, and there is heavy emphasis on hard work and dedication. Wrestlers at this level aspire to be the best in their respective weight classes. (4th through 8th grades)


Kids' first exposure to competitive wrestling, in an informal Jamboree format plus some tournament participation.  A moderate level of instruction, with an emphasis on developing the core techniques wrestlers use in competitive match situations. (2nd & 3rd grades)


Similar to the Tri-County league, but at an even higher level of competition. These wrestlers are extremely dedicated and are generally preparing to compete at the high school level. The Grade School team consists of our middle school wrestlers. (6th through 8th grades)