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Last updated
03-06-15 03:43 AM
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PO Box 332
Canonsburg, Pennsylvania

Monday, January 5


Contact any of the officers if you need any information.

 President: Tim Markovich 

vice-President: Mike/Jen Binni:

Treasurer: Jenna Anderson

Secretary: Jenelle Pinto 

Scheduler/Wrestler Agent: John Ayres



Folks, Here we go our first Tournament is Sunday January 11, 2015 at CM High School

Please register your wrestler by Thursday January 8, 2015.  Make sure you do not register online, CCNS is paying a portion of the entry fee.

We are running 2 tournaments this day. 1) Advanced (starting at 8AM) 2) First year ONLY (1PM).

An email will go out for volunteers to help at the tournament.  Please sign up to help out.

If you did not get a registration, please see me at practice this week. 

 Thanks, John


 Match Schedule

Now posted in the Handout section

See handout section for days and times for your wrestler's practice room. 


Click on the LINKS  icon for a connection to the Pennsylvania Youth Wrestling web page with all tournament listings and a connection for directions to Canon McMillan High School. (click here to print out registration forms for tournaments. You will need to mail in your own registration forms, this is on individual basis and will need to coach your own wrestler. Sometimes other dads will be available to help coach if needed.)


Click on the Link to the left (Under the sun) to send CCNS an e-mail.

CCNS by-laws are available under handouts.

Why Wrestle?


1. Wrestling is a natural activity, one of the first forms of physical play that young children do without ever having been taught.

2. As wrestlers gain experience, technique becomes complex and often correlates to high academic performance.

3. Wrestling does not favor any particular race, gender, culture, size, or stature and is practiced on all continents.

4. Wrestling builds character that contributes to one's ability to become a responsible member of society.

5. Wrestling is a sport of control - not violence.

6. Wrestling is a great way to build confidence and self-defense skills.

7. Wrestling can dramatically improve one's ability to perform in other sports.

8. Wrestling develops agility, balance, reflexes and strength in every major muscle group.

9. Win or lose, wrestlers must shake their opponent's and opposing coach's hands, ensuring that sportsmanship remains a vital part of the sport.

10. Proper weight management develops healthy eating habits that benefit the individual throughout life.

11. Just as in other sports, college scholarships are available for wrestlers who excel both on the mat and in the classroom.

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