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We will host two preseason clinics on Tuesday, October 30th at Park Hill High School from 6-7pm in the wrestling room and on Sunday, November 4th at Oak Park High School in the wrestling room from 4-5pm. astrid y gaston lima reservations 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 $10 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 Oct. 10th at Park Hill HS from 6:15-7:45pm for ages 7-14 and Oct. 17th at Oak Park HS from 6:15-7:30pm for ages 4-6. The last B2M is Oct. 18th also at Oak Park HS from 6:15-7:45pm for ages 7-14. The cost of these practices are $10 for current club members and $15 for non-club members. Please contact Coach Morales at if you have interest.

The start of the season will begin on Thursday, November 1st at Park Hill for the Greater Heights Level 2 (advanced) wrestlers. For the Level 1 (novice and intermediate) wrestlers the first practice will be on Monday, November 5th at Oak Park and the first Light Infantry (4-6 year olds) practice will be on Tuesday, November 6th at Oak Park. For those playing football this fall, if you are still in your season when we begin or if your athlete needs a short break afterwards then he/she will be able to jump into the regularly scheduled practices at anytime during the month of November.

USA Competitor Cards expired on August 31st, 2018. As such each athlete who is or will be training and competing this upcoming season will need to renew or obtain a new 2018-19 competitor card. electricity year invented This can be done either through our club or online at The cost of the card is $41. The card provides supplemental injury insurance while practicing or competing and also is a requirement to compete in any USA Wrestling sanctioned event. If you wish to purchase the card through the club please provide payment to Coach Keck at one of the scheduled workouts.

Here is a list of preseason competitions and events that the program will have coaches and athletes attending. You are responsible for signing up your athlete and paying their entry fee. The various links are provided below. For Preseason Nationals, I have provided a link for hotels. I have booked rooms at the Holiday Inn Express and Suites located on 11th Street in Downtown Des Moines. gas leak explosion You can choose to book rooms at that hotel or one of the other hotels in the area. The location has a complimentary breakfast and free parking. You can make reservations by calling the 800 number and securing the room with a credit card. You can cancel up until the day before your stay so even if you are on the fence then you can reserve now and cancel later if need be. Make sure you ask for the "USA Preseason Nationals" rate.

The /Greater Heights Wrestling Combine is scheduled forOctober 6th and 7th at Oak Park HS. This is for 7th graders-12th graders. College coaches will be coming to share information about their colleges/universities and to recruit potential athletes for their programs. For the middle school and high school wrestlers this is a great chance to hear what coaches are looking for in a student-athlete and what breeds success at the next level. We will have college coaches and senior level wrestlers as clinicians for this event. The Oklahoma RTC is going to bring a number of quality wrestlers up from OK to participate in this year’s event.

Greater Heights Wrestling 4th training semester starts on Tuesday, Aug. 21st and will run through October 18th. electricity and magnetism notes Practices will be on Tuesdays & Thursdays at Park Hill from 6:00-7:45pm & Sundays at Oak Park from 2:00-4:00pm. Register onsite or email Coach Keck at and he will email you the registration form and waiver in advance. If your wrestler has been a part of the prior training semesters this year (2018) no additional registration paperwork is needed – just payment. Both youth & HS wrestlers are invited to participate no matter of their club or school affiliation. The cost for the 9 weeks of training is $150 per athlete with a sibling discount of $30 off the second fee and $50 off the third fee. There is a one day a week option designed for those traveling long distances to train and/or for those athletes that are playing a fall sport. gas vs electric oven review One day option cost is $75 per athlete with no sibling discount. Lastly, we will allow a drop in fee option of $15 per practice, per athlete. New youth wrestlers and Novice youth wrestlers in their 1st or 2nd year can also participate in our B2M "Back to the Mat" sessions that will occur on Aug. 22 for Light Infantry (4-6 yrs old) at Oak Park HS from 6:00-7:30pm and Aug. 23 for Novice (7-14 yrs old) from 6:00-7:45pm at Oak Park HS. Mark your calendars for the future B2M dates which are as follows: Sept. 5 (Light Infantry) at Oak Park HS, Sept. 12 (Novice) at Park Hill HS, Sept. 19 (Light Infantry) at Oak Park HS & Sept. 26 (Novice) at Park Hill HS and Oct. 3 (Light Infantry) at Oak Park HS and Oct. 10 (Novice) at Park Hill HS. All wrestlers who plan on participating in the B2M sessions should contact Coach Morales at to be included on his email distribution list in case practice times, locations or dates change. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Coach Keck by email at or at 816-863-7002.

Thanks to all those that joined in the free Summer Sundays the past 3 weeks! We hope you enjoyed the training and what the program has to offer. Participation was at an all-time high for August so that excites the staff as we build for the season. We will kick off the final GHW training semester on August 22nd. electricity units of measurement We will practice Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:45pm at Park Hill High School and Sundays 3-4:45pm at Oak Park High School. All wrestlers are invited to participate in the semester training no matter what age, club affiliation or school your wrestler attends.

We hope to see some more of the Pee Wee and youth wrestlers jump into this semester to get a head start on the upcoming season – even if it is just one night a week. electricity generation efficiency All those practice hours multiple and add up quickly. The final training semester will be for 10 weeks at the cost of $150 – both cash or check are accepted. Wrestlers attending one night per week (Sundays), the cost is $75 for the semester. All checks should be made out to Greater Heights Wrestling please. We keep a running tally to show who has paid and who has not. We will collect fees at the time your participates so please have your wrestler bring payment to the first session he/she attends. This semester all payment needs to occur at the start of the semester and this will be monitored closely so please just make sure that gets taken care of so we can concentrate on the wrestling and training. If you have not completed the registration paperwork then you can contact Coach Keck and have him email you it in advance or you can fill out the necessary documents on location at practice.

Lastly, please do not forget to check out our Facebook page and "Like" it as there is club related updates that occur weekly. kushal gas agencies belgaum A link to the Facebook page is located at the tab above. Thank you!If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Coach Keck by email at or via phone or text at 816-863-7002. Again, we are really looking forward to a great semester!

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.