Category: News

Spring Session

Feb 23rd 2022 in News

Spring Session – 3/19/21 After the COVID challenges of the last 12 months, the WCWC is excited to offer our Spring Session to local athletes in grades 2-12.  We will offer 31 training sessions, running until the end of May.  This training cycle will offer multiple competition opportunities as well as some unique clinic options […]

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Pre-Christmas Training Session with Mike Krause 12/23/21

Dec 13th 2021 in News

The Williamson County Wrestling Club is pleased to offer a unique Holiday Training opportunity on December 23. Coach Mike Krause will be leading a training session with a limited group of local athletes at Independence High School from 12-2. This session will be open to all wrestler’s 3rd-8th grade. This is an exceptional opportunity for […]

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Random Dad/Coach Thoughts

Feb 20th 2021 in News

I love the sport of wrestling.  The practices, the athletes, the competitions, the life / skill development that you see week over week are amazing to see.  I still study the sport voraciously and love the characters and stories that this great sport has helped create. Technology has allowed for an incredible way to consume […]

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2020/2021 Season Update

Oct 6th 2020 in News

Hello Folks, The 2020-2021 TNAAU Wrestling Season is here!  We will hold our first practice on Monday, Oct 26th at Independence High School!  I’m excited to see the club defend its Region 4 title. We are going to have a great season this year. Most of the coaching staff from last year will be returning […]

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It’s a Journey, Not a Destination

Mar 13th 2020 in News

Like many of you in this club, I’m extremely disappointed in not getting to see our team compete at the AAU State Championships.  My son cried, when I broke the news to him yesterday afternoon and I’m sure many of you had similar experiences.  My heart breaks for the NCAA Athletes that will not get […]

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When Should a Beginner Wrestler Start Competing?

Nov 14th 2019 in News

We are approaching the start of the competition season and there is always interest from parents and athletes in criteria for determining when their son or daughter is ready for competition.  I have spent over 40 years involved in this sport as an athlete, coach, and now as a father, and I have formed my […]

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WCWC at Franklin High School

Oct 29th 2019 in News

Williamson County Wrestling Club is growing! We are proud to announce we have a second location and offer the same AAU wrestling experience in Franklin, TN as we offer in Thompsons Station, TN at our home Independence High School location. WCWC will have on-site registration on October 29th. Coaches Ken Friedl, Jason Minor, and Michael […]

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Pre-season Preparation

Oct 2nd 2019 in News

We have made it to October and many athletes are beginning to transition into winter sport mode and the start to their wrestling season.  A majority of our wrestlers have been competing in other sports or activities during the summer and fall and now need to start spending some time getting ready for the specialized […]

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2019 Beginners Clinic

Sep 12th 2019 in News

The Williamson County Wrestling Club, in conjunction with Independence High School is holding our third annual beginners wrestling clinic on 9/23 and 9/25. This event is open to any elementary-aged boy or girl who is interested in trying the sport of wrestling. Our intent is to provide two nights of supervised fun, exposing these participants […]

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Why Kids Should Wrestle

Sep 10th 2019 in News

Inclusivity – Wrestling is the most inclusive sport on the planet. Tall, short, fat, lean, athletic, uncoordinated, big, or small, the sport allows for techniques and tactics where almost anyone can be successful.  The sport can be easily taught in groups of participants of similar size and experience or by blending various experience levels together […]

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