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mattime
Joined: Apr 8, 2008
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Location: G2 World Wrestling Academy
Section 5 Dual team Championship teams that have requested to participate: Brockport, Churchville-Chili, Fairport, Hilton, Spencerport, Webster Thomas.
The duals are set for Saturday January 6th at Hilton High School. I believe it will be bracketed and, if so, I see Spencerport at 1, WT at 2, Hilton at 3, Fairport at 4, Brockport at 5, CC at 6. Just my best guess. There should be some great wrestling as wrestlers are down to their certified weights, teams will be rested, and healed from any early season injurys. See you at Hilton on the 6th.

Smoothrider wrote:
the kind one wrote:
Livinginthepast wrote:
I'm a little surprised at Hilton's start and have to say, some younger, less experienced wrestlers are doing well and wrestling hard. They are the team to beat in duals, but possibly Spencerport or Penfield will fight for the sectional title. To say Gross hasn't built anything would be irresponsible. Although he has had some great one come at the right time, and most of them get their coaching in the 'garage,' he has done a nice job building the camaraderie of the program, etc. Not easy to do when you have greatness on a team. He has done well and this year's team proves he can coach and he knows what he is doing.


How is Hilton the team to beat in duals? Didnít they lose to Webster Thomas? The same WT that lost to Spencerport? Just wondering your logic!???
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Well I guess will be able to see come the section v dual meet tournament !!!

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tampacuse
Joined: Nov 2, 2011
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I think some of you guys/girls on here don't really now coaching. Quite a few of those (less experienced kids) HAVE been wrestling awhile ( six years plus) those are the kids from the youth program.


Livinginthepast
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the kind one wrote:
Livinginthepast wrote:
I'm a little surprised at Hilton's start and have to say, some younger, less experienced wrestlers are doing well and wrestling hard. They are the team to beat in duals, but possibly Spencerport or Penfield will fight for the sectional title. To say Gross hasn't built anything would be irresponsible. Although he has had some great one come at the right time, and most of them get their coaching in the 'garage,' he has done a nice job building the camaraderie of the program, etc. Not easy to do when you have greatness on a team. He has done well and this year's team proves he can coach and he knows what he is doing.


How is Hilton the team to beat in duals? Didnít they lose to Webster Thomas? The same WT that lost to Spencerport? Just wondering your logic!???


Forgot about that one, but that was in a dual meet tournament the first weekend. Sorry about the lack of logic...


omgomgomgomg
Joined: Dec 7, 2006
Posts: 72
tampacuse wrote:
In my view( I'm not a Spencerport guy!) Spencerport will be the team to beat. They have the most complete team top to bottom. Congrats to Glover. Unfortunately HILTON doesn't put enough into there youth. "Gross" has been handed great kids. Hasn't built anything.


tampacuse wrote:
I think some of you guys/girls on here don't really now coaching. Quite a few of those (less experienced kids) HAVE been wrestling awhile ( six years plus) those are the kids from the youth program.


I don't quite follow you...


ringworm2000
Joined: Jan 5, 2017
Posts: 2
Hilton has some very dedicated youth coaches who run a good program. Yes Hilton benefits from the garage and a lot of the young kids were groomed at G2. But you have to give the H.S. coaches credit. they have a team with outstanding commradie, and they all compete hard. Donít discount what they do for the kids. And if you watch them at tournaments they fight for all there kids. Hats off to Hilton, and I am not from Hilton.


Oldskool
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If your not a hs coach, you have no idea what they deal with day to day.


goodshots
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tampacuse, I had no idea you were such an important part of the HILTON program. So, you must know all the extra things coach Gross does for his program. Staying after practice for extra drilling sessions, conditioning work, weight lifting, teaching these young men and women about responsibility, community involvement, sportsmanship, and most importantly.. accountability for one's actions. Tell us, who again do you coach for.. We would all like to know the blue print on how to run a top notch program.
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tampacuse
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(Goodshots). there is Alot you don't know.


Mayo08
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Oldskool wrote:
If your not a hs coach, you have no idea what they deal with day to day.


Amen to that.
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Oldskool
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Mayo08 wrote:
Oldskool wrote:
If your not a hs coach, you have no idea what they deal with day to day.


Amen to that.
Every day is something. A different fire to put out every day, a different plan, a new adjustment. A whoooole lot goes sight unseen.


"A different fire to put out every day" ....thats the truth!
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