Top Dog Wrestling

"We Build Champions"

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NIWL Schedule 2012
  • 2011 Fall Season has concluded. Thanks for another great season!

Spring 2012

    • 3-Central Valley
    • 10-North Central
    • 17-Sandpoint
    • 24/25-Montana Open (Billings)
    • 30-Lakeland
    • 30/1-USA Wrestling Folkstyle Nationals (Cedar Falls, IA)
  • April
    • 14/15-Cadet/Jr State
    • 14/15-Smith McCarthy (Butte)
    • 27/28-Kids State

 

 

2012 Off Season Schedule Season

See Coach Randles

Top Dogs Compete at Northwest Bigfoot Battle

A handful of Top Dogs extended their fall season one more week when they competed at USA Wrestling's Folkstyle Tour of America tournament, Northwest Bigfoot Battle. Leading the charge for the Top Dogs were SMS Wrestlers Casey Randles and Owen Stebbins. Randles and Stebbins combined for six pins and a tech fall. The two seventh graders were joined by fellow seventh grader Scout Nash. Nash earned a hard-fought fifth place finish. Also competing for the Top Dogs were Luke Stebbins, Tanner McNelly, and Brock Kluver.

 
Top Dogs Send 26 to the Podium at 2011 Panhandle Championships

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 Top Dog Wrestling

 

Philosophy:

Top Dog Wrestling holds that all youth can benefit from the sport wrestling. Wrestling develops not only a multitude of athletic skills--but mental skills as well, especially those pertaining to perseverance, accountability, and focus. Top Dog Wrestling holds that all youth should be afforded the opportunity to participate and compete in Man's Oldest and Greatest Sport. Consequently, Top Dog Wrestling, designated a non-profit organization, works to keep costs to a minimum. Ultimately, it is the objective of Top Dog Wrestling to create a safe and warm environment were children can develop Physical, Mental, and Social Skills.

Format:

Top Dog Wrestling is broken into two groups: Old Dogs, a program designed for wrestlers who have competed for a minimum of three years, have a background in competition, and plan to pursue further, more challenging competition; and New Dogs, a program designed for beginners, focusing its efforts on play, rather than competition. Old Dogs typically practice three days per week (Monday/Wed/Thurs) from 5:15-6:30. New Dogs typically practice two days per week (Tues/Thurs) from 5:15-6:15. All practices take place in the SHS Wrestling Room.

Cost:

$50.00 Which includes a secondary insurance card, all practices, and a t-shirt

$5.00   Entry Fee per tournament (For those who choose to compete)