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  1. Coach Cox

    Central Ironman

    We are again hosting our Central Ironman tournament with all freestyle, Greco-Roman, and folkstyle. We look forward to having another good event. Register ASAP because we fill up early and pre-registration is required on trackwrestling. Here is the link: http://www.trackwrestling.com/tw/opentournaments/MainFrame.jsp?newSession=false&sport=wrestling&TIM=1524497551021&pageName=&ie=false&frameSize=835 The flyer is attached below.
  2. ATT: Coaches - Men's War at the Shore - Freestyle and Folkstyle, Easter Friday and Saturday This year Atlantic Coast Wrestling has added a Men's division to the War at the Shore. The War at the Shore is always held on Easter Friday and Saturday at the Wildwoods Convention Center which is situated right on the beach in Wildwood, NJ. There will be a Men's Folkstyle tournament on Easter Friday (March 25) and a Men's Freestyle tournament on Saturday (March 26). The tournament is geared toward Post-High School adult wrestlers, but HS wrestlers are permitted to enter. The HS division is tough enough, so HS wrestlers are discouraged from entering this division. There will one set of weight classes for both tournaments, and one weigh-in on Thursday evening, March 24th. The weight classes are: 125, 135, 145, 155, 170, 185, 200 and 285 The cost to enter is $25.00 per tournament or $40.00 to wrestle both Freestyle and Folkstyle. For more details, and to register and pay online, please go to: www.AtlanticCoastWrestling.com or www.ShoreWar.com 2016_War_Mens Division_V2.1.doc
  3. Girls War at the Shore Using FloWrestling for tournament management and live video streaming this year! AtlanticCoastWrestling.com GIRLS REGISTRATION: Online Registration & Payment is mandatory via AtlanticCoastWrestling.com. THE REGISTRATION FEE is $35.00 per wrestler, and can be done online up until 11:59 PM, Friday, March 18, 2016. The Girls tournament will start on Friday & Saturday morning at 10:00 AM. Tournament director reserves the right do modify the tournament schedule or combine weight classes as needed. LATE REGISTRATION FEE IS $45.00. Late Registration period is Saturday, March 19 until 11:59 PM, Monday, March 21, 2016. ALL REGISTRATIONS CLOSE at 11:59:59 PM, Monday, Mar 21st, 2016. LOCATION: Wildwoods Convention Center, 4501 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260; Easter Fri - Sat, March 25 & 26, 2016 HOTEL INFORMATION: Visit the ACWA Web site (www.AtlanticCoastWrestling.com) to make online reservations at preferred event hotels. Most Wildwood hotels are still closed. Use the site's Hotels link to get a room. WEIGH-INS: Thurs, March 24th, 2016; 5:00 – 6:00 Tots & Bantams, 6:00 – 8:00 PM for all divisions at Wildwoods Convention Center. NO WEIGHT ALLOWANCE and NO WEIGHT CHANGES after Monday, March 21st! Wrestlers may ONLY make changes ONLINE via the AtlanticCoastWrestling.com site, with your SportNgin User ID / Password established at registration. All competitors MUST weigh-in wearing a singlet or underwear and will be allowed a 0.2 overage for the singlet / underwear. COMPETITION SCHEDULE: Friday, March 25th & Saturday, March 26th ; 10:00 AM to completion. Awards presentation will take place immediately after completion of wrestling in each bracket and certification of results. Divisions / Weight Classes – 4 Age Groups, 52 weight classes Division I (Born 2005-2007): 50, 55, 60, 65, 70, 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 102, 110, 118, 135 (14 weight classes) Division II (2003-2004): 69, 75, 81, 89, 97, 105, 113, 120, 128, 137, 145, 155, 175, 195 (14 weight classes) Division III (2000-2002): 84, 88, 95, 101, 108, 115, 124, 132, 143, 154, 172, 198 (12 weight classes) Division IV (in HS & born in 1998 or after): 97, 105, 112, 117, 121, 125, 130, 139, 148, 159, 172, 198 (12 weight classes) SEEDING: NO SEEDING! Blind Draw, with separation of wrestlers from same state/team when possible. MATCH LENGTHS: Division I, II & III - 1-1-1. Division IV – 2-1-1 - ALL Wrestle-backs 1-1-1. OT for All divisions - 1 minute OT, 2 @ 30 second OT, Final 30 second Ultimate Tie Breaker. Freestyle: 2 - 2 GENERAL RULES: Modified NFHS rules, with AGGRESSIVE STALLING ENFORCEMENT. Headgear and singlet required. INDIVIDUAL AWARDS: Unique Awards for 1st – 3rd place INDIVIDUAL WRESTLER ELIGIBILITY: For the Girls Division, be sure to bring copies of birth certificates for verification. CONTACT INFO: Email ONLY – info@AtlanticCoastWrestling.com, monitor www.ShoreWar.com for updates
  4. John Smith has a video up rbehind the FloWrestling paywall. He brings up a good point on how officials inconsistently call takedowns in scramble or funk situations (specifically the leg pass), and proposes a few solutions. Smith points out that right now no two refs call leg pass situations exactly the same, and that someone from the NCAA should objectively define what the criteria for a takedown vs stalemate are in this situation. One ref will award the attacking wrestler with a takedown and back points, while another will gift the leg passer a stalemate in the exact same position. This is a problem. Currently, folkstyle has clear definitions for takedowns in several situations ("wrong leg in," locked hands in a cradle, one hands touches the mat- are all specific criteria) that take the subjectivity out of reffing. The leg pass situation has no clear definition as the rules have lagged behind the technique of the last decade. To Smith, it boils down to two simple criteria: 1) Land on your inside him with both of your knees on the same side, and 2) Stop the leg passer from rolling the other direction and hold him in nearfall criteria. Here's an example: Delgado attempts to leg pass Nashon Garrett. Garret goes with the roll, but lands on his inside hip with both of his knees together and holds Delgado on his back with a crossface. As soon as Garrett holds Delgado in a position that he can't leg pass out of, Garrett is in control and should be rewarded (he was the attacking wrestler after all). Regardless if the NCAA adopts Smith's criteria, he feels that they need to do something. Right now, the subjective discretion that refs have in this situation is a major problem with folkstyle wrestling. The interpretation of this position changes on a ref-by-ref basis and does not reward the wrestler who takes a risk and attacks. He sums up his feelings on this position nicely by urging refs to "put points on the board!"
  5. We are again hosting our successful Central Ironman tournament. The tournament will be on April 11, and USA Wrestling cards are required. You will need to pre-register online by April 10 at trackwrestling.com (should be up later this week). The cost is $15 per style or $30 for all three styles. We will give awards for each style as well as awards in each weight and age division for an overall Ironman (only for those that do all three styles). We look forward to again having a great tournament with lots of competition in one day for a good price. Contact Rich Cox at rcox@rcsnc.org if interested and you need more information. Ironman Flyer 2015.pdf
  6. LIL’ WARRIORS at PROVIDENCE ANNUAL FOLKSTYLE OPEN Sunday, March 1, 2015 ***CHANGE*** ISWA Wrestling requires us to verify weights. Please have a coach or an official conduct weigh-ins on a certified scale on Friday or Saturday and email Burnsda96@hotmail.com weights on an excel spreadsheet. LOCATION Providence High School 707 Providence Way, Clarksville IN 47129 CONTACT David Burns Primary: 502-930-6877—Alternate: 812-987-1175 E-mail: burnsda96@hotmail.com SANCTION - ELIGIBILITY Tournament is sanctioned through the Indiana State Wrestling Association by USA Wrestling and is open to all 2014-2015 USA Wrestling members. ENTRY FEE $15.00 AGE DIVISIONS PEE-WEE – JUNIOR REGISTRATION & WEIGH-INS ***CHANGE*** ISWA Wrestling requires us to verify weights. Please have a coach or an official conduct weigh-ins on a certified scale on Friday or Saturday and email Burnsda96@hotmail.com weights on an excel spreadsheet. No On-Site Weigh-ins. Register and pay online at Trackwrestling.com no later than Saturday February 28 at 1 pm EST. Tournament officials have the right and responsibility to confirm weights and ages at tournament. AWARDS Placement Awards: 1st – 2nd – 3rd Participation Ribbons for all others PAIRINGS Matside Pairing—Awards will be presented at mat side without waiting! TOURNAMENT START TIMES All wrestlers must sign in no later than 9:00 am. Wrestling will start at 10:00 am SPECTATOR FEE $3.00 per person - $9.00 per Family ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Concessions on site, Out-of-State Wrestlers Encouraged USA Wrestling Competitor Cards will not be for sale at the tournament.
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