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Week in review

We had an exciting and successful first week of competition!  On Friday we sent 25 of our first year wrestlers to the DAL Novice tournament for their first matches of the season.  The kids won over 50% of their matches.  On Saturdya we went to three different tournaments.  The JV boys went ot Vallejo and walked away with 6 medalists.  Our girls went to a tough tournament at WC Overfelt HS with Avery Seidenspinner and Lereli Labao both earring 6th place medals.  Our boys Varsity attended the Don Duals at Amador Valley HS for a team tournament.  Our Falcon grapplers went 4-1 and walked away with a second place trophy!  Matt Northrup and Dakota Buelna went undefeated earning all tournament honors



The Mission of College Park Wrestling is to provide a fun, healthy, and safe environment, where student athletes may work hand in hand with the coaching staff to learn and achieve their goals in the sport of wrestling.  Wrestling is not for everyone.  It is an intense, full contact sport that requires hard work, commitment, and character.  To achieve success in wrestling you must set increasingly high standards and goals, then dedicate yourself 100% to achieve them.  Remember that champions are often, but not always, the ones that win the most matches.  True champions are the guys who get the most out of themselves and others.  They strive to be great, and often do achieve greatness.  At the very least they command respect.
-Hard work pays off.  Work hard, stay healthy, play safe, and most importantly have fun.
-Set realistic goals, making sure to set them high.  Never sell yourself short.  Everyone’s goals will differ.
-Wrestling is and always has been an intense sport.
-Always work your personal best.  You get out of the sport what you put in.
-Respect yourself, teammates, coaches, and others.
-Repetition, intensity, sacrifice, emotion, and preparation are all keys to success.
Athletes should walk away from the program having #1 enjoyed themselves.  In the process they should have gained self esteem, learned healthy lifestyle habits, gained knowledge of the sport, and learned the value of hard work.
“Wrestling is, without a doubt, the toughest high school sport in the nation.  Those that wrestle are challenged physically, mentally and emotionally every day.  Faced with the prospect of hard work many quit.  Others will step up to the task with drive, determination and desire.  Hard work does pay off.  Those that remain will be champions.”

    Amit Elor wins cadet and Junior World Championship 2021

    Jim Keck

    Head Coach

    Asst Coaches/Volunteers

    Brenna Kubiak
    Cory Salmon
    Tom Prado
    Matt Zonfrello
    Zach Sesar
    Mark Weiler
    Dan Smith
    Tony Rolandelli
    Rikki Chacon
    Josh Segal
    Tristan Fletcher