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JANUARY 2023 | SCHOLASTIC COACHES DIRECTOR’S REPORT

by George Way, Scholastic Coaches Director Today-Tomorrow-Next Year This is that time of the season when so many things are happening in your wrestling program. Rivalry dual meets and league championships are taking place, preparation for the upcoming end-of-season tournaments, banquets, and awards is on the horizon, and off-season planning...

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JANUARY 2023 | RETIRED COACHES DIRECTOR’S REPORT

by Paul White, Retired Coaches Director Greetings, It sure is great to be back to a typical wrestling season! I have enjoyed watching some outstanding wrestlers and teams compete this year in Georgia. This is the first time in 44 years I have not been on a coaching staff, but...

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JANUARY 2023 | EVENT DIRECTOR’S REPORT

by Dan Weaver, Chief Operating Officer The 2023 NWCA Multi Division National Dual Meet Championships have officially wrapped up, and it was beyond successful. Ninety-five total college teams competed with 6 team champions. Thank you to all our sponsors, The United States Marine Corps, Arms Software, Defense Soap, and Capitol...

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NOVEMBER 2022 | SCHOLASTIC COACHES DIRECTOR’S REPORT

by George Way, Scholastic Coaches Director Fortunate and Lucky As I reflect on my life and focus on the opportunities and experiences afforded me, I quickly realize how fortunate and lucky I was. I've also realized that beyond the hard work, sacrifices, perseverance, and resilience employed by me, being fortunate...

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