Scots Wrestling: Welcome

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Welcome to the Official Site of Scots Wrestling

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL
CHAMPIONS
2009  2016  2017
 
SACRAMENTO NORTH AREA 
CHAMPIONS
2009  2010  2012  2014  2015  2016  2017
 
SAN JUAN UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
CHAMPIONS
2009  2010  2012  2014  2015  2016  2017



Tuesday, February 20
Weekly Update


Wednesday  Practice – 8:30 - 10:15 a.m.

Thursday – Practice - 8:30 - 10:15 a.m.

Friday – Practice - 8:30 - 10:15 a.m.

Saturday - Nor Cal Regional Championships  @ Elk Grove High School

Weigh ins:  6:30 - 7:30 a.m..  You must make the same weight you wrestled for Area Championships.

Warm-up @ 8:15, Wrestling @ 9:00

 


 

COMMITMENT + PARTICIPATION + COMMUNICATION = FAMILY



Handout: Parent Handouts

Matsumoto Trophy
Sunday, January 7
Matsumoto Duals



The Scots took the mat against some of the toughest programs in the area on Saturday at the Matsumoto Duals at Kerr Middle School in Elk Grove.

In pool wrestling, the Scots went 3-1 with wins against Harris Middle School, Sutter Middle School, and the Kerr's 2nd team.  The final match was against an outstanding Sierra Sabres team who beat the Scots, sending the team into the 3rd place match against Kerr Middle School's starting lineup.  The Knights defeated the Scots to give Carnegie a 4th place finish on the day.

The Scots were led by captain Brodi Herron-Williams and Logan Marlatt who were both undefeated on the day.  Brodi went 5-0 with three pins, putting him on the All-Tournament Team.  Logan was 4-0 with a pin and a forfeit.  Both wrestlers were responsible for putting 24 team points on the board over the five duals.

Congratulations Scots!!!


Tuesday, December 5
2017-18 Schedule

Handout: Schedules

Saturday, December 2
David Taylor Ankle Pick Video

Watch this video featuring David Taylor executing ankle picks.  We will be learning and working on this technique on Monday.

Wednesday, March 22
CLICK HERE FOR THE 2016-17 VIDEO


Wednesday, December 7
Be a Triple Impact Competitor

A Triple-Impact Competitor® is an athlete who works to improve oneself, teammates, and the game as a whole. These individuals play a special role in Positive Coaching Alliance’s mission to turn high school and youth sports into a Development ZoneTM, developing better athletes and better people.

Being a Triple-Impact Competitor is not easy. It requires commitment and sacrifice. Here are the three levels in which a Triple-Impact Competitor works:

1.) Self
A Triple-Impact Competitor is committed to improving him or her self, always looking for ways to perform better.

2.) Teammates
Help your teammates through positive reinforcement and by prioritizing team success. It’s hard to look beyond oneself, but a Triple-Impact Competitor focuses on helping others.

3.) The Game
With an underlying respect for the rules, opponents, officials, teammates and self, a Triple-Impact Competitor strives to make the game better.



Wednesday, November 9
Cross The Line

This video is the focus of our team this year.  Click on the title to take a look.

Tuesday, August 30
SJUSD Middle School Athletics Handbook

All wrestlers need to read the SJUSD Middle School Athletics Handbook and return the signature sheet to Coach Smith.
Handout: SJUSD Middle School Athletics Handbook

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