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  1. Flyer attached Rock Hill Girls Challenge 2018.pdf
  2. Rock Hill High School will again host the Rock Hill Girls Challenge on Sunday, December 2, 2018! I will post the flyer as soon as I get it (should be tomorrow). This is a USA Wrestling event so you will need a USA card. Let's get as many girls as we can to participate!
  3. Rock Hill High School is seeking a tournament on January 11th and 12th. Please contact Cain Beard at tbeard@rhmail.org if you have an opening.
  4. Rock Hill High needs one more JV team for the Dan Davis Brawl in the Hall on December 1st at Rock Hill High School. Please contact Cain Beard at tbeard@rhmail.org if you are interested. Current teams are: Rock Hill, Dorman, Northwestern, South Pointe, Davie, York, Indian Land
  5. Rock Hill High needs one team for a quad including Rock Hill, Northwestern, and Clover on January 22nd. If interested please contact Cain Beard at tbeard@rhmail.org
  6. Rock Hill High is in need of a JV tournament on December 22nd for the 2018-2019 season. Please contact Cain Beard at tbeard@rhmail.org if anyone knows of a jv tournament somewhere on that date.
  7. 2019 Rock Hill Bearcat Invitational Bearcat Wrestling When: Bearcat Invitational Dates: Jan 4-5, 2019 Weigh In: Jan 4, 2018- 5 pm, Jan 5, 2018- 8:00 am Start Time: Jan 4, 2018 - 6:00 pm, Jan 5, 2018- 9:00 am Where: Bearcat @ Rock Hill High- Jan 4-5 Teams: Bearcat – 25-32 Varsity Teams on 7-8 mats (1st day) and 4-5 mats (2nd day) Entry Fee: Bearcat - $200.00 made payable to Rock Hill Wrestling Please send your entry fee on or before December 14, 2018 Awards: Team trophies will be given for the top three teams. We will give two most outstanding wrester trophies (Lightweight, 106-145 and Upperweight, 152-285). We will give plaques to the top 4 placers in each weight class and medals to 5th-8th place. Admission: Admission to the tournament will be $10.00 for all day. Schedule: Friday, January 4, 2018 (Bearcat) Weigh-ins will begin at 5:00 PM (Scratch + 2 pounds) Coaches Meeting will follow weigh-ins. Wrestling Begins @ 6:00 PM- 1st Round Championship, 1st Round Consolations, 2nd Round Championship, 2nd Round Consolations Saturday, January 5, 2018 Weigh-ins will begin at 8:00 AM (Scratch + 2 pounds) Coaches Meeting will follow weigh-ins. Wrestling Begins @ 9:00 AM-, Championship Quarterfinals, 3rd Round Consolations, 4th Round Consolations, Semi-finals, Consolations until finals. Finals, Consolation Finals, 5th-6th Place, 7th-8th Place Finals matches will be on four mats. Weigh-in Procedure: All wrestlers are to be seated in the old gym. We will have scales in the mini gym and will call each weight class one at a time. After weighing in each wrestler should be checked for hair, nails, skin, etc. and have their hand marked, with their weight, by an official. Please email entries’ weights and seeding information by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, January 2, 2018) Our program is looking forward to hosting the 2019 Rock Hill Bearcat Invitational. If you have any questions, please call or email me. Please note that there will be no coolers allowed in the new gym. Cain Beard: School Phone: (803) 981-1300 Work , (803) 981-1343 School Fax or (803) 981-1322 School Fax Email: tbeard@rhmail.org Sincerely, Cain Beard Rock Hill Wrestling
  8. Bearcat Wrestling When: Bearcat Invitational Dates: Jan 4-5, 2019 Weigh In: Jan 4, 2019- 5 pm, Jan 5, 2019- 8:00 am Start Time: Jan 4, 2019 - 6:00 pm, Jan 5, 2019- 9:00 am Where: Bearcat @ Rock Hill High- Jan 4-5 Teams: Bearcat – 25-32 Varsity Teams on 7-8 mats (1st day) and 4-5 mats (2nd day) Entry Fee: Bearcat - $200.00 made payable to Rock Hill High Please send your entry fee on or before December 14, 2019 Awards: Bearcat - Team trophies will be given for the top three teams. We will give two most outstanding wrester trophies (Lightweight, 106-145 and Upperweight, 152-285). We will give plaques to the top 4 placers in each weight class and medals to 5th-8th place. Admission: Admission to the tournament will be $10.00 for all day. Schedule: Friday, January 4, 2018 Weigh-ins will begin at 5:00 PM (Scratch + 2 pounds) Coaches Meeting will follow weigh-ins. Wrestling Begins @ 6:00 PM- 1st Round Championship, 1st Round Consolations, 2nd Round Championship, 2nd Round Consolations Saturday, January 5, 2018 Weigh-ins will begin at 8:00 AM (Scratch + 2 pounds) Coaches Meeting will follow weigh-ins. Wrestling Begins @ 9:00 AM-, Championship Quarterfinals, 3rd Round Consolations, 4th Round Consolations, Semi-finals, Consolations until finals. Finals, Consolation Finals, 5th-6th Place, 7th-8th Place Finals matches will be on four mats. Weigh-in Procedure: All wrestlers are to be seated in the old gym. We will have scales in the mini gym and will call each weight class one at a time. After weighing in each wrestler should be checked for hair, nails, skin, etc. and have their hand marked, with their weight, by an official. Please email entries’ weights and seeding information by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, January 2, 2019) Our program is looking forward to hosting the 2019 Rock Hill Bearcat Invitational. If you have any questions, please call or email me. Please note that there will be no coolers allowed in the new gym. Cain Beard: School Phone: (803) 981-1300 Work , (803) 981-1343 School Fax or (803) 981-1322 School Fax Email: tbeard@rhmail.org Sincerely, Cain Beard Rock Hill Wrestling
  9. Rock Hill will host a quad on December 5, 2018. Right now it is Rock Hill, Lugoff-Elgin, and Indian Land. We would like to add another team. Please contact Cain Beard at tbeard@rhmail.org if interested.
  10. Rock Hill would like to host a one day dual tournament on December 8, 2018. If interested please email Cain Beard at tbeard@rhmail.org If we get enough teams we would expand to two days.
  11. Bearcat2007

    State Thoughts

    I first want to congratulate Andrew and all of the fort d family on a great weekend. They were ready to prove something this weekend and they did a fantastic job in winning five individual titles, along with two runnerups, and a 4th. That being said, the SCHSL recognizes the dual team winner as the state champion. As long as that is the case, we will continue to coach our studs to try and go out to get bonus points and coach our lesser guys to try and not give up bonus points (common sense). So let’s take a look at those matchups from Tuesday night... 285 Q gets a major over a state qualifier 106 Amaker gets 6 113 Beck gets 4 120 Brown gets 3 over a qualifier 126 aluyan gets 4 over a part time starter So thus far, just for arguments sake, in four weights “the studs” have all left some bonus points on the board 132 Wilkins gets five 138 Simpson (a stud who didn’t qualify) gets 6 145 ramirez (another stud that didn’t qualify) beats a qualifier 152 Parker techs the jv state champ Yet again bonus points are left on the board by both teams 160 state runner up from last year pins defending state champ in a near side cradle 170 Casto gets the pin Two studs have done their job 182 Myers gets a tech 195 mills get a pin 220 spicer gets a pin One team point deducted for an overly excited freshmen doing something ill advised and running onto the mat out of the stands What’s all this add up to? 35-33 in a match for the ages from both squads! We coach our team to win in whatever setting it is but facts are facts, in a dual setting it is and will always be a total team effort, whether it be going out and getting six or hey do your best not to get pinned. Both teams sent some kids out there to win big and some out there not to get pinned. As it played out, there were only two decisions in the entire dual. From a pin stand point it was four to two in favor of rock hill. Tuesday is a prime example of what a TEAM win is! ALL 14 going out and doing their job no matter who was in front of them. Your right, on paper there’s no way we should’ve won in most people’s eyes. But that’s why we wrestle the matches and 14 guys believed they could get it done and did just that. Fort D proved they are the best individual 5A tournament team today. On Tuesday rock hill proved they are the best 5A dual team. I’ll take the ring every single day of the week. Having that said, I’m from nc where both the dual champion and the individual team tournament champion are recognized as state champs. I’d be completely fine with that. But that day is not here, therefore we will ALWAYS focus on getting our ENTIRE team, from the best guy to the worst, ready to win the dual team title. Everything after that is just icing on the cake. Congratulations to everyone on a great season! See ya next year! #19x
  12. Bearcat2007

    State!!!!

    Sbutler only attends individual tournaments. : )
  13. These are unofficial, as we have the seed meeting in the morning at Laurens.
  14. This is only in regard to the 5A final. I can assure you that Rock Hill will be in the 5A finals where ever and when ever they tell us.
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