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  1. White Knoll High School is hosting the Freestyle/Greco State Tournament this Saturday. Weigh ins from 8am-8:30am on Saturday. Please go to track wrestling for the event flyer and registration. www.trackwrestling.com
  2. Guys need to start collecting applications for the camp. We need to reserve your spots. If you are head of a team or club and want to reserve a certain amount of spots for your team or club please email me at sodacitywrestlingclub@gmail.com, I will then get back with you on details about your applications. You can pay 1 of 2 ways now. 1. Mail in application with check 2. visit our Soda City Wrestling Club facebook page and pay via paypal.
  3. Yes have a a few kids at 140, 145, 152. All pretty good wrestlers.
  4. Yes we started on Monday. And we have a wide range of wrestlers. There will definitely be someone he can train with. We had over 30 wrestlers at Practice on Monday. Coach Deral Brown does a great job running practices and is a great instructor. We are blessed to have him on board. If you were not there Monday, come today (Wednesday). Practice is from 4:30pm-6:30pm. Must have USA card. Check above post for the other details. Thanks Coach Kimrey
  5. Here is the info for the Soda City Wrestling Practices this spring at White Knoll High School. Soda City Wrestling Club Focus: Freestyle/Greco/Folkstyle Purpose: To allow for the committed wrestlers from all over the city of Columbia to come together and train. Dates: March 11th through May 31st. (3 months) When: Monday and Wednesday (nothing during lex 1 school holidays or breaks) Time: 4:30pm-6:30pm Where: White Knoll High School Wrestling Room AGES: 6U and Older Cost: $50 one time non refundable initiation fee which will go to the host site. Then $40/month which includes practice fees, and coach's fees. (March is prorated at $30/month). Please pay cash or check to Soda City Wrestling Club. Monthly dues are due at the beginning of each month. Total Cost for the 3 months of practices and nonrefundable facility fee is $160 if you want to pay in full. Requirement: Must have Wrestling USA Card or will not be allowed to practice. You will be turned away from practice without card. Head Coach: Deral Brown Deral is currently the Assistant Wrestling coach at Newberry College. Brown was a former wrestler at Newberry and joined the staff in August of 2018 from State University of New York College at Cortland where he was an assistant coach for the past two seasons (2016-2018). In two seasons at SUNY Cortland, he coached nine NCAA qualifiers, three NCAA All-Americans, and one NCAA National Champion. He also assisted in leading the Dragons to a seventh-place finish at the NCAA Division III Championships in 2017. Prior to SUNY Cortland, Brown was the head wrestling coach at Fort Dorchester High School during the 2014-15 season. At Fort Dorchester, he was named South Carolina's 4A Wrestling Coach of the Year after leading the team to a second-place finish in the Dual State Championships and a first-place finish at the traditional state championships. Brown was a four-year starter during his career at Newberry. He was a two-time NCAA qualifier and NCAA All-American after a fourth-place finish in the 149-pound bracket at the NCAA Division II Championships in 2013. Brown holds the school record for major decisions and is currently tied with Bryant Blanton for the most wins in program history with 143 overall. Brown, a native from Elgin, S.C., wrestled for Lugoff-Elgin High School in South Carolina where he was a three-time state champion.
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    I think the younger the team, the more matches they should get. Biggest learning experience comes from experience itself. A lot of things cannot be replicated in the practice room with a young or inexperienced team. I think the better the team you have, the more you can dial it back and make sure your team is ready to peak physically and mentality for big matches through more practice time. But again, it can work either way. Some kids just want to wrestle vs practice. We have seen Rock Hill win it while wrestling 70 matches, and we have seen Fort D win it while wrestling 40 matches. But anywho, Maholtz is still the laughing stock of this message board?
  7. I am happy to announce that Soda City Wrestling Club and White Knoll High School will be hosting ODU Head Coach Steve Martin for the SCWC Granby School Clinic. When: June 25th and 26th (9am-12pm, 1pm-4pm, both days)(12hours of instruction) Where: White Knoll High School Who: Open to all and any entrants Cost: $150 I have attached pictures of the flyer since the actual file size of the flyer is to large to attach on this forum. If you want the actual document, email me at kkimrey@lexington1.net.
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    When we weighed in against Chapin for our region match. They had a wrestler who didn't weigh in with 138 but weighed in at 145 during weigh ins. The coach was mad he didn't weigh in at 138 and the ref said he is allowed to wrestle at 138 despite missing the 138lb weigh in since he actually made the weight for 138. He gave me some reason being that they changed that rule so it doesn't punish a kid for making a certain weight.