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Wrestling Coaches Have a Lasting Impact on Wrestlers — 10 Comments

  1. what a great website – Coach Brandon Terry was that Coach for my son Cain – because of all those qualities mentioned is the reason he graduated from college with a degree , got a good job, bought a house and continues to grow. Coach Brandon Terry is the finest man/coach i will ever have the chance to be around – i still to this day support his program because i believe in him so much and believe every high school student deserves from him to be a part of their lives.

  2. I have to say I learned so much from my wrestling coach’s. Hartford MI has some of the best coach’s. Being a female wrestler was not easy I got hit in the face by my opponent and I walked over to my couch and he looked me dead at me and told me to get back out there and show him I’m not afaird to be a girl and get hurt. I have had guys refuse to wrestle me because I am a girl. That broke me because I love the sorry and my coach’s just kept building up my self esteem and pushed me to do my best. Now I strive to do my best at everything I do.

    THANK YOU TO ALL THE WRESTLING COACH’S OUT THERE.

    Elizabeth

  3. My brother is Coach Nick Williams in Altus. He started wrestling at age of four under the coaching od my dad. I am so proud of his accomplishments. The process of him as a coach ans his boys, to help them become men, is incredible.

  4. I started wrestling with my coach Les Neal at the Hornsby Wrestling Club in Sydney Australia in 1969. I still meet up with him regularly to talk about wrestling and he is still in touch with most of the team. He is a true lifetime friend.

  5. Wrestling made me mature and grow up to be a good citizen, father and patriot. Food, water, sleep and weight depervation seemed like a walk in the park under the tutelage of DAN DELUCA H.S. HALL OF FAME COACH! I love my father with all my heart! But there is no way I would have reached the success in life with out his teachings and fathering :-)!! Joseph P Berger Fair Lawn H.S. 1970~73. May his Legend live on in infamy!!

  6. I have gained so much from my coaches, and learned many valuable lessons. I would not be the person I am today, nor be able to stay in the sport, if not for my high school and collegiate coaches.

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