We have posted links to articles in the past that espoused the great benefit wrestling is to athletes who participate in other sports. Football is a commonly linked sport. The article linked below is another great example of how one family was given advice for their middle-school aged son to get involved in wrestling as it would have direct impact on skills necessary to develop into a good football player.
The Tracy Press covered the recent Rod Gaines varsity tournament. The team took sixth place of more than twenty schools even though Tracy was handicapped without a full lineup in the team race. Five medalists from Tracy include two freshmen, Anthony Nunes and Jason Matta. Both freshmen have prior wrestling experience in the Tracy wrestling club and are looking to solidify a permanent spot in the varsity lineup, an honor for freshmen.
The Tracy press article on the first Tracy high wrestling action of the season.
The National Wrestling Hall of Fame is partnering with the Pro Football Hall of Fame to feature a “Wrestling and Football” exhibit at the NCAA Wrestling Fan Fest in the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland – Hall A on March 15-17. Held in conjunction with the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships in Cleveland, the Fan Fest is free to the public.
The Tracy Press’ sports editor, Bob Brownne, came to the Stockton Arena to witness Tracy High’s Eli Blackwell qualify for the CIF State Tournament.
The Tracy press covered the CIF SJS Division 1AA qualifying tournament reporting that four Bulldogs of eleven advance to the Masters tournament.
The Tracy Press’ Bob Brownne was on site at Tokay High School for the TCAL league tournament. He reports on the Bulldog and other area wrestlers in this latest report.
The Tracy Press covered the Mission San Jose Invitational. Deemed a state level competition with state ranked wrestlers from around the state.
The Tracy press came out and covered our cross-town dual with West high. Read the report here.
The Tracy Press covered the Mid-Cals tournament with the following report.