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7th & 8th Grade Wrestling

12/2 @ ARMS/HMS
    12/6  v.   SMS               
 12/9  v. OMS/LGMS 
12/13 v. LMS            
12 /15 @ WMS         
 1/5    v.   HCMS         
 1/6    @  UGMS/OMS
1/12     @      DMS     
 1/14   HCMSAL Duals
1/20 & 1/21 HCMSAL Traditional Tournament 
Coach: Brian Meredith
 Email: Meredith, Brian 
WRESTLING – A wrestling match is competition between two individual wrestlers who are of as nearly equal weight as possible.  A “dual meet” is a series of matches, one in each of the NFHS weight classes.  A wrestling tournament may be either or both individually bracketed or based upon the results of each wrestler on the team.  (National Federation of State High School Associations 2012-13 Rulebook) 
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*Students must have a current physical on file to participate
*Students must be grade eligible

What is the academic eligibility requirement? To be eligible to try out or to participate in a middle school activity, students must meet the followng academic criteria:
  1. Pass three (3) out of four (4) academic subjects in the semester immediately prior to competition.
  2. Have a cumulative semester connections average above 70 in the semester immediately prior to competition.
Is a physical required? Yes. In order to participate in athletics, you must have a physical (GHSA form) on file with your school Athletic Director. Additionally, you must have the Henry County Information and Consent form on file with your school Athletic Director. Both forms are required prior to being allowed to tryout. Both forms can be found on this website in the "Athletic Forms" section.
May 6th graders participate as team members or managers? No. 

Wrestling Schedule TBA 
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Many parents have concerns regarding insurance issues for their student athletes in the event of an injury during competition or practice.  Many parents will have already received the information earlier in the year necessary to deal with the issues that arise; however, the link below will be beneficial for parents needing the information in electronic format.
Last Modified on December 1, 2016