What is the break down for the Registration Cost?

The registration fee covers a $50 singlet deposit, which means you do not need to purchase a singlet and you will get $50 back at the end of the season as long as you return the issued singlet. The fee also covers cost of your child's USA wrestling card, coaching at tournaments, practice space rental, and unlimited tournament entry fee coverage.

Can I purchase a singlet?

As of the 2015 wrestling season there will be an option to purchase a brand new singlet through the club. The fee for registration would be $250 and the singlet fee would be $60. The singlet cost is non-refundable, so the total registration cost would be $310. The benefit of this would be that the singlet is yours to keep, you don't have to worry about getting it back to us at the end of the season, you can use it the next season, pass it down to your younger kids, or keep it as a personal memento for your child when it's out grown. The downside is that your child may outgrow it and you will need to purchase another one in the future.

What other costs should I expect for a first time wrestler?

Wrestlers need headgear and wrestling shoes. Kneepads and mouth guards are optional. Tournaments require admission at entry for any spectators.

Do all age groups practice together?

Wrestlers age 8 and under will have a separate practice time.

Can you visit a practice before you decide if you would like to join the club?

You could definitely come visit if you'd like to see before joining all are welcome.

Do the coaches push the kids to become state champs?

Our mission is to help all of our kids excel whatever their goals may be while teaching sportsmanship, discipline, and fair play. We won't push someone who doesn't want to be pushed or respond to pushing. Part of the art of coaching is knowing your kids and how they respond to different types of coaching and motivation.