Contratulations to our end of season award winners and a special thank you to our 7 seniors:
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
The freestyle / greco season is fast approaching. We will be starting practices on Thursday March 3 at 5:45 pm. See the following attachment for more information and a registration form: Syracuse FFG
Congratulations to our 13 state qualifiers. Colton Eden, Bridger Ostler, Austin Martinez, Mitch Parker, Tyler Stark, Kelby Kendall, Braxton Miller, Scott Davies, Jayden Burton, Layne Blake, Josh Butcher, Joel Bolduc, and Duncen Millerberg all came through the divisional tournament last week with the opportunity to battle for a state place this week at UVU. After the dust settled at the state tournament, Colton Eden (3rd), Jayden Burton (5th), and Joel Bolduc (5th) came away with state placings. Kelby and Tyler were both eliminated in the blood round on day two.
Winning wrestling matches is every athletes original motivation. The drive to succeed sets every athletes career in motion. As the journey progresses there are different challenges that arise, and only well rounded athletes make the most of their potential. We have identified some areas in life that successful wrestlers must excell in to reach their potential. We call them our pillars of success, or C foundations. Commitment. Camaraderie. Classroom. Character. Circle. Courage. Conviction. Community. Competition. Crave.
We expect our wrestlers to progress in all ten areas of their life. Only one, competition, deals with winning and losing. The other nine are the areas of life that help us grow as men and women of excellence. We will highlight all ten C foundations as a blog post and facebook post. One per week over the next ten weeks. Stay tuned.
December is a busy month for the Titans. Please view the following schedule for the month: 4 week schedule
Here is the schedule for the next three weeks for all high school wrestlers and parents. Also, there was a change on the competition schedule, so please see the link in the menu above for an updated schedule.
The defending region champions are back on the mats this week. With most of last years varsity team gone to graduation, this years team has a lot of work to do to keep the tradition of excellence going. Though the Titans will be young this season, the talent is there to surprise people around the state. Look for a lot of new faces in the lineup, but also look for a talented group hungry to leave their own legacy.
Our 2015 youth wrestling program is now accepting registration. We have one of the largest, most organized, and successful youth wrestling programs in the state of Utah. We have programs for kids of all ages, including our second year having a girls program. For more information and a registration form please see the following flyers: boys or girls
Former Titans Teague Vigil and Aspen Naylor are on the fight card for Power Promotions MMA this Saturday August 22 at 6:00 pm at the Davis Conference Center. It would be awesome to show them some support as they both begin their MMA careers. More information can be found on a write up by the Standard Examiner. You can get tickets through Teague or Aspen.
Just a reminder that all high school wrestlers need to get registered for 4th period Team Conditioning with Coach Brown. Please take care of this before school starts so you don’t have to rearrange your schedule after school starts. If you are playing football you will be in one of Coach Jones’ football conditioning classes. All others should be in 4th period. Sophomores will not need to have Fit-for-Life on your schedule.