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Welcome to the Official Site of Scots Wrestling

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL
CHAMPIONS
2009  2016
 
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SAN JUAN UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
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Wednesday, January 18
First Home Meet of 2017

Carnegie vs. Rogers @ 3:30 in the Carnegie MP room on Thursday, Jan. 19.  Check out the commercial from the Carnegie Connection below.
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Sunday, January 22
Weekly Update

Monday:  Practice 2:45 - 4:30 

 

Tuesday:  Match @ Pasteur - All wrestlers are to dress and head to Pasteur right after school.  Only starters will have to weigh in.  We will set up as many matches as we can in addition to the starters wrestling.  GET THE WORD OUT AT CARNEGIE SO WE CAN LOAD UP THE PASTEUR GYM WITH CARNEGIE FANS!!!

 

Wednesday: Practice 2:45 - 4:30

 

Thursday:  Practice 2:45 - 4:30

 

Friday:  Practice 2:45 - 4:30

 

Saturday -  Del Campo Challenge:  Del Campo High School

J.V. and varsity wrestlers.

Weigh ins - 6:00-7:30.  Warm up - 8:00 Wrestling at 9:00.

Entry fee - $15.  

Admission - $3 adults, $1 children 

 

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Sunday, January 8
Scots Place 2nd at Matsumoto Duals



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Facing some of the toughest teams in Northern California, the Scots came away with a second place finish at the Matsumoto Duals at Kerr Middle School on Saturday.

Carnegie began the day with 3 run away wins against Harris, Pasteur, and Buljan middle schools.  The final match in the pool against Folsom would determine which team advanced to the finals.  In a back and forth match and with a big win from Reno Greneir to seal the deal (literally pulled out of the stands before weigh ins after 4 days of practice), Carnegie beat a very fired up Folsom team by a score of 54-45. 

The finals match up brought a rematch of the finals from last year.  The Scots wrestled very well but came up a little short in a back and forth match to Jepson 64-47.  

Carnegie placed 8 wrestlers on the All Tournament Team, more than any other team.  Ocean Gutierrez, Connor Willey, Dylan Maples, Bryan Henkel, Caden Stockett, Danny Harris, Dylan Sirois, and Carson Lee all brought home All Tourney honors.

Match Scores;

Round 1:  Carnegie 87  Harris 25

Round 2:  Carnegie 96 Pasteur 9

Round 3:  Carnegie 78 Buljan 30

Round 4:  Carnegie 54  Folsom 45

Finals:  Carnegie 47  Jepson 64 



Thursday, January 5
Scots Wrestling Takes the Mat to Pin Cancer



So many of us have been touched by cancer in our lives and know the impact it can have on those diagnosed as well as their families.  As a way of giving back to our community and to contribute to fighting cancer, the Carnegie wrestling team will be participating in raising funds for Pin Cancer.  Please click on the title of this article, go to our team site for  Pin Cancer, and join our team.

 PIN CANCER

TEAM TOTAL

$3263.31

 

TEAM LEADER

Maggie Layne

$260

 

 https://getinvolved.pincancer.org/team/95157

 

For more information on Pin Cancer go to http://pincancer.org/about-pin-cancer/



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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