Your Search Returned 16 tagged news reports
Another big part of the head coach's duties is wrestling up attention at Snohomish -- and its community -- for the sport. "It's really no secret. It's just a lot of hard work to get kids to come out," Zabel said. " It's a really sad thing. We teach
Friday night at Snohomish High School, wrestling teams from Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., and Doane College in Crete, Neb., will meet in a regular-season dual match. As an added bonus, both squads have wrestlers from Snohomish County. The
Others hand trinkets and other family heirlooms from generation to generation. For the Iversen family wrestling has grappled its way through the family lines. This season, three Iversens -- brothers Craig and Sherm and their father Rick -- all head
00am on May 20, 2012 The Meridian wrestling program is on its way back. For the past three years, since the school cut the program, Trojans wrestlers have been working through a co-op agreement with programs at Lynden (2009-11) and Mount Baker (2011-
North Catholic, Mapletown and Ellwood City are bucking the trend...The Wolverines completed section play 2-4 record and are 2-5 overall. When I took over as athletic director six years ago, I inquired about a wrestling program," said North Catholic
Organizers have announced plans for the second annual Fight for Wrestling event. It will take place Saturday, October 1 at 6pm at the Madonna Expo Center...Last year's event, the first MMA event held in San Luis Obispo County, raised $50,000 for the
Stephen Neal figures that if no state money will be going toward the Cal State Bakersfield wrestling program, he's going to do everything in his power to help fill that void. "The money we raise will help the wrestling program survive," said Neal,
Those familiar with wrestling in Western Pennsylvania will recognize the name of one of the driving forces behind the event, Kraig Nellis. Mr. Nellis, of Shaler, and his five brothers, Keith, Kevin, Kurt, Kyle and Kenny, were all leading wrestlers in
Maurice Atwood at Parkland High School in Winston-Salem. "It's hard for me to encourage kids to wrestle," said Atwood, "and they see a school with a big wrestling program that just drops it, out of the blue, and has no indications or warnings."
The number of state qualifiers in the young history of the Thunder Mountain wrestling program continues to grow as, for the second straight year, the Falcons will be sending four grapplers to the final tournament of the high school wrestling season.