Click here for a 3 week practice and competition schedule for the high school team.
The Titans are headed to the Hammerhead Invitational in Bremerton, WA this upcoming weekend. First, we will be taking in an NFL game on Thursday as the Seahawks take on the Rams on Thursday night. On Friday and Saturday the Titans will battle 48 Washington and Oregon teams at the Hammerhead Invitational.
We wrestled great in our first tournament of the year at the Syracuse Scuffle. Finished with a 6-2 dual record with close losses to highly ranked Mt Crest and 3A’s #1 ranked Bear River. Undefeated for the Titans was Mitch Parker, Jayden Burton, and Tucker Bartels. The JV team did great as well finishing 2nd out of 12 teams. JV Champions for the Titans were Ryker Craythorne, Zac Lawson, and Kaden Montano.
Thank you so much to everyone that volunteered to help at the tournament. It takes a lot of great people to run a wrestling tournament, especially one that starts on time and ends early.
Next up for the Titans is the Winter Sports Festival on Tuesday against Mt View. Please come support all three programs: wrestling at 3 pm, girls basketball at 5:15 pm, and boys basketball at 7 pm. $6 for all three events. An Xbox one will be given away at all three events. You must be present to win.
The Titans are prepared to hit the mat this week. We will be hosting the Syracuse Scuffle this Friday and Saturday. 11 other teams will converge to grapple one another. Some outstanding teams will take the mats including 3A state champs Bear River, 5A’s 3rd place team American Fork, and traditional power Mountain Crest. If you are interested in seeing the Titans in action, you could come anytime 3-9 on Friday, and 9:30-4 on Saturday and catch the varsity team on Mat 1.
Team members can view the following schedule that include everything team related for the next 5 weeks: 5 week schedule
Tomorrow starts season 10 of the high school wrestling program. Our youth wrestlers have been grappling for a couple weeks now, but it’s time to get the high school team on the mat. The team has been hitting the weight room hard since September and we are excited to see their hard work pay off. Here is a 3 week schedule to help everyone get organized: three week schedule
We are now accepting registration for youth wrestling. This is a recreation program for boys and girls grades pk-9. This is a great opportunity to introduce beginners to the sport or get brushed up on the basics for experienced wrestlers. It is a four week program that meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning on Oct. 25. We also have an advanced program for serious wrestlers that continues after Thanksgiving and runs until the Youth Super State Tournament in February. More information on that program will be provided later.
The upcoming High School season schedule has been posted. Practice begins on Nov. 7 and a trip to Seattle, WA for the Hammerhead Invite and a team activity at a Seattle Seahawks game highlights the schedule. With a lot of returning state qualifiers and bunch of returners that have been working hard, the team is looking good to get back to trophy contention.
Youth wrestling for pK-9 information will be starting the last week of October. More details and information will be posted soon.
Outstanding Wrestler: Colten Eden
Hardest Worker: Kelby Kendall
Most Improved: Braxton Miller
Most Improved: Tyler Stark
Most Inspirtational: Layne Blake
Outstanding Underclassmen: Jayden Burton
Sportsmanship: Jaden Nelson
Student: Logan Morbach
Most Coachable: Braxton Jones
Off-Season WOY: Joel Bolduc
JV WOY: Bridger Ostler
Rookie of the Year: Stetlar Buttars
100 Win Club: Colten Eden (113 wins)
Elite Letterman Scholarship ($500): Colten Eden