Youth Wrestling registration by November 22

Above: Youth wrestlers at a sectional tournament earlier last winter (contributed photo)

If your children are big WWF fans they may be asking you to sign up for Algonquin’s Youth Wrestling Clinic.

They may be disappointed, and you may be relieved, to learn that coaches will be teaching amateur wrestling techniques.

The clinic is for 5th-8th graders will run December 10 through February 27 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

Why wrestling? Program coordinators pitch:

Develop balance, flexibility, coordination, body awareness and self confidence through high energy, fun filled sessions where your child will learn amateur wrestling techniques.

Participants can register for $100 up through November 22nd. After that the price goes up to $125.

Contact Katarina Wrin at wrinkat6@aol.com if you have any questions.

Click on the flyer for registration form and details.

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daddyo
8 years ago

This is a great program ! My son started wrestling in the 9th grade. He always wished he could have started when he was younger. He is now a junior in college and still loving it. It is a great confidence builder and he has made tons of friends.

Eileen Cozzolino
8 years ago

I agree with Daddyo that this is a great program for the young athletes to have the chance to try the sport of wrestling. Our oldest son first started wrestling when he was a freshman too and fell in love with it. Joe is now a senior and one of Captains of the ARHS Varsity team. His younger brother (Drew, pictured above) started with these clinics when he was in 6th grade. Joe realizes that his younger brother will have some advantages that he didn’t have when he was first starting out on the team! The winter and spring clinics can give boys and girls a chance to try something different. This is a great opportunity to see if wrestling could be for them. Not much cost up front but a lot of reward in the end. I knew nothing about this sport four years ago but I’ve seen our boys grow in their athleticism and confidence which has not only helped them on the mat but, more importantly off of it as well. We are looking forward seeing some new faces in the wrestling room! If you still have questions please feel free to contact myself or Katarina. Keep an eye on ARHS wrestling schedule and come to one of our home meets. Go T-Hawks!

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