Directions/ Schedule

MONDAY- Princeton High School 1000 E Princeton Dr, Princeton , Tx  75407

Gym entrance is on the east side of the school.  Look for the big covered walkway.  Come in both sets of doors, then turn left.  Wrestling gym in the last gym on the right.

 

TUESDAY- Plano East Senior High  3000 Los Rios Blvd, Plano, Tx  75074

 Park near the gym and follow the sidewalk on north side of the gym.  You will walk downstairs with baseball fields on your left.  It is the first door on the right and will lead you into team room.  Wrestling room is the double doors in the team room


WEDNESDAY- Plano Senior High 

2200 Independence Pkwy, Plano, Tx  75075

Located  on the north west corner of the school.  Diagonal from the indoor facility.  Wrestling room is the first door on your left.

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THURSDAY- Plano East Senior High  3000 Los Rios Blvd, Plano, Tx  75074

 Park near the gym and follow the sidewalk on north side of the gym.  You will walk downstairs with baseball fields on your left.  It is the first door on the right and will lead you into team room.  Wrestling room is the double doors in the team room

Contact us

bryan.kenney@pisd.edu

Tel: (469) 573-4450
 

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Spring- Freestyle/Greco

     Freestyle wrestling is often considered club wrestling in the US, but it is the style most wrestled around the world.  This style is what one would see when watching the Olympics or other international competition.  Freestyle is also the only current form of women’s wrestling offered in the US, but that will soon change as women’s wrestling will most likely be in emergent status for the NCAA division 1 level competition soon.  Freestyle wrestling focuses on high action and scoring from standing (neutral).  If a wrestler gets control on top, the match could end in a matter of seconds.  If no control is established, wrestlers are quickly brought back to the neutral position.

     Roman Greco style wrestling is perhaps the oldest sport on the planet, there are cave drawings of it that date back as far as 3000 BC and it was in the 708 BC Olympic Games.  A common misconception is that Greco wrestling is all upper body.  While it is true that only the upper body may be physically attacked in this style, it still requires participants to move their feet and find power in their hips and backs in order to score.  Greco has the same scoring system as freestyle, but the vast majority of the points come from throws as it is illegal to attack the legs of wrestler in Greco.