Fighting Squirrels

Philosophy

 

Team Oriented – Athletes are expected and required to have a team-first attitude. One of the goals of the coaching staff is to create a tight-knit team that is unselfish, and willing to help individuals be their best and reach their goals.

Work Ethic – “You reap what you sow”. Therefore, we want to instill in our wrestlers a strong work ethic. The harder and smarter an individual works in and out of the practice room, the more successful he or she will be on the mat and in life.

Integrity – A major focus of the wrestling program is to develop young men who are honest, respectful, coachable/ teachable, and responsible.

Sportsmanship – Athletes are expected to play by the rules, be humble winners, and be honorable when they lose.

Goal Setting – Goal setting is a key element in reaching personal aspirations. We want the athletes to set realistic and measurable goals

Fundamentals – The coaching staff believes that the cornerstone of a successful program is becoming fundamentally sound and being a student of the game.

Positive Experience -We are here to love and coach the athletes and not tear them down. We will let them know what they need to work on, but we will also praise them for the things they are doing well. Our aim is to make this a positive experience for the athletes.

Coaching Staff

Jon Muri, Jake Garrison, Brad Perry, KC Walsh, and Gordie Tamayo

Philosophy

 

Team Oriented – Athletes are expected and required to have a team-first attitude. One of the goals of the coaching staff is to create a tight-knit team that is unselfish, and willing to help individuals be their best and reach their goals.

Work Ethic – “You reap what you sow”. Therefore, we want to instill in our wrestlers a strong work ethic. The harder and smarter an individual works in and out of the practice room, the more successful he or she will be on the mat and in life.

Integrity – A major focus of the wrestling program is to develop young men who are honest, respectful, coachable/ teachable, and responsible.

Sportsmanship – Athletes are expected to play by the rules, be humble winners, and be honorable when they lose.

Goal Setting – Goal setting is a key element in reaching personal aspirations. We want the athletes to set realistic and measurable goals

Fundamentals – The coaching staff believes that the cornerstone of a successful program is becoming fundamentally sound and being a student of the game.

Positive Experience -We are here to love and coach the athletes and not tear them down. We will let them know what they need to work on, but we will also praise them for the things they are doing well. Our aim is to make this a positive experience for the athletes.

Coaching Staff

Jon Muri, Jake Garrison, Brad Perry, KC Walsh, and Gordie Tamayo

Philosophy

 

Team Oriented – Athletes are expected and required to have a team-first attitude. One of the goals of the coaching staff is to create a tight-knit team that is unselfish, and willing to help individuals be their best and reach their goals.

Work Ethic – “You reap what you sow”. Therefore, we want to instill in our wrestlers a strong work ethic. The harder and smarter an individual works in and out of the practice room, the more successful he or she will be on the mat and in life.

Integrity – A major focus of the wrestling program is to develop young men who are honest, respectful, coachable/ teachable, and responsible.

Sportsmanship – Athletes are expected to play by the rules, be humble winners, and be honorable when they lose.

Goal Setting – Goal setting is a key element in reaching personal aspirations. We want the athletes to set realistic and measurable goals

Fundamentals – The coaching staff believes that the cornerstone of a successful program is becoming fundamentally sound and being a student of the game.

Positive Experience -We are here to love and coach the athletes and not tear them down. We will let them know what they need to work on, but we will also praise them for the things they are doing well. Our aim is to make this a positive experience for the athletes.

Coaching Staff

Jon Muri, Jake Garrison, Brad Perry, KC Walsh, and Gordie Tamayo

Philosophy

 

Team Oriented – Athletes are expected and required to have a team-first attitude. One of the goals of the coaching staff is to create a tight-knit team that is unselfish, and willing to help individuals be their best and reach their goals.

Work Ethic – “You reap what you sow”. Therefore, we want to instill in our wrestlers a strong work ethic. The harder and smarter an individual works in and out of the practice room, the more successful he or she will be on the mat and in life.

Integrity – A major focus of the wrestling program is to develop young men who are honest, respectful, coachable/ teachable, and responsible.

Sportsmanship – Athletes are expected to play by the rules, be humble winners, and be honorable when they lose.

Goal Setting – Goal setting is a key element in reaching personal aspirations. We want the athletes to set realistic and measurable goals

Fundamentals – The coaching staff believes that the cornerstone of a successful program is becoming fundamentally sound and being a student of the game.

Positive Experience -We are here to love and coach the athletes and not tear them down. We will let them know what they need to work on, but we will also praise them for the things they are doing well. Our aim is to make this a positive experience for the athletes.

Coaching Staff

Jon Muri, Jake Garrison, Brad Perry, KC Walsh, and Gordie Tamayo