GHW FRECO TRAINING INFORMATION
We will host two preseason clinics on Saturday, November 2nd at Oak Park High School from 3-4pm in the wrestling room and on Sunday, November 4th at Park Hill High School in the wrestling room from 4:30-5:30pm. These clinics will give kids an opportunity to come experience what wrestling is all about and how a typical practice will be during the season. The cost of the clinic is free and you will register onsite. Shorts or sweatpants and a shirt is all that is needed to participate.
There are also a couple of "Back to the Mat" B2M sessions still available where children can come check out a practice and the program before the season starts. Those dates are Tuesday, Oct. 22nd at Oak Park HS from 6:15-7:30pm for ages 4-6 years old and Monday, October 28th at Park Hill HS from 6:15-7:45pm for ages 7-14 years old. The cost of the October sessions are free. Please contact Coach Morales at email@example.com if you have interest.
The official start of the 2019-20 youth wrestling season will begin the first week of November. For those playing football this fall, if you are still in your season when we begin or if your athlete needs a short break afterward the football season concludes then he/she will be able to jump into the regularly scheduled practices at anytime during the month of November. We have open enrollment through the month and parents can sign up their athlete at any one of the regularly scheduled practices.
This year we will once again have a Kansas USA wrestling charter and the program will practice on Tuesday nights at Tonganoxie High School.
For more information about costs, practice schedules, etc., please contact Coach Keck at firstname.lastname@example.org or 816-863-7002.
The Greater Heights High School Training Spring Semester will start on March 1st, 2018. Practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:45pm at Oak Park High School and Sundays from 2-4pm at Park Hill High School. Check out the documents above for more information on costs, registration, etc. Stay tuned as updates will be posted. If you would like more information and to be added to our email distribution list please send an email to email@example.com.
2017-18 Greater Heights Youth Wrestling Club
The Greater Heights wrestling program is a nationally respected and renowned wrestling club out of Kansas City, Missouri that has produced numerous youth and high school state champions, as well as national champions, placers and collegiate wrestlers. The youth program captured its 15th consecutive Missouri Youth State Team Title and just tied a state record the program set the previous year with thirty state medalists in a season.
The Greater Heights wrestling program is successful because it doesn't just teach wrestling moves but rather how to wrestle in all positions. In addition, the program teaches athletes discipline, respect, and the importance of making good choices as a student-athlete every age level. We also teach the importance of creating a family bond with teammates and community members, how to be a leader on and off the mat, and most importantly, we teach athletes to love and appreciate hard work so that they can be successful in life after their wrestling careers have ended.
If you are interested in your son or daughter reaching their full potential in wrestling, and in life, use the contact form below and make sure to read our News Section to keep updated on our development philosophies and team progress throughout the year.
Greatness is earned. Not given.
At Greater Heights we do our best to promote a team-oriented family atmosphere. From practices to tournaments to hang out nights, we truly believe in a family-centered philosophy.
One of our coaches filmed a tournament day from start to finish to show the world what these young wrestlers go through beyond just the few minutes that they battle on the mat. It's not just about winning for us. It's about creating life-long friendships between the kids (and also the parents). We've achieved success only because our support system is so strong. Winning is a byproduct of tough practices, caring coaches, supportive parents, and a family atmosphere.
Nothing great is ever accomplished alone.
Jason Keck - Founder & Head Coach
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