Great job by the team today participating in Edgemont’s Colors Against Cancer 5k to raise money for pediatric cancer research! Giving back to the community is a big part of our #PantherTough culture! #FeedThePanther
I was going through our photos from this season and we’ve got a ton of awesome ones – thank you to our parents (especially Annette Meglino) and to Coach Marsh’s special lady friend, Sallee, for the great photography! (You can check them out here.)
And then I came across this one photo I’d forgotten about, but in retrospect really changed the course of our season. I’ll get back to that in a second, though. Continue reading
I’m fired up today to announce to you our 2016 Post-Season Award winners!
Obviously, as usual, we’ve had our share of guys who were honored for their competitive achievements (more on that in a second) but more importantly, at our recent banquet, we were able to give out our internal team awards.
These team awards are really the ones that bear the most significance for our program – they’re based more on the process than on the outcome. Continue reading
We spend so much time talking about our varsity guys, it’s important to take a step back and acknowledge the reason our program is so successful is because of the concerted of efforts of our wrestlers, parents and coaches at all levels.
One of the greatest things that sets our program apart from any other athletic program at Edgemont or any other wrestling program in the area is our view that we are not a wrestling “team” – we are a wrestling “program.” Continue reading
Some quick updates on some various goings-ons (is that a word?) with our wrestlers and our program!
Cliff Wang just got back from competing in the NHSCA Junior Nationals in Virginia Beach this past weekend. Cliff’s weight had over 70 of the toughest juniors from around the country!
I was fortunate enough to be able to watch most of the NCAA Wrestling Championships this weekend with our entire coaching staff at MSG.
If you’ve never seen it, you absolutely have to. It’s one of the purest sporting events you’ll ever see. No million dollar contracts waiting for these guys, no glory outside of the wrestling community – just 330 student-athletes who have worked incredibly hard most of their lives for a chance to reach their dreams.
We got about two dozen emails asking for more about the States this past weekend, so here ya go!
Just walked in the door after driving back from Albany and the NY State Championships. By this point, I’m sure most of you have seen how we fared on Facebook and Twitter. I’ll certainly be writing again to talk a bit more about that but right this second I felt I really needed to thank a lot of people for such a tremendous weekend and really didn’t want to wait! Continue reading
Let me start off with some great news!
If you haven’t heard, Kyle Aslanian got a wildcard bid to the State Championships and will be representing Edgemont and Section 1 in Albany this weekend at 132 pounds!
Needless to say, we’re psyched to have two tremendous athletes heading up to compete this weekend and we’ve been busy prepping them! Continue reading