February 7th, 2011 by albevi1234
- Lane – 205 points
- Fenger – 131 points
- Bowen – 125 points
- Kelly – 112 points
- Uplift – 88 points
- Taft – 62 points
- Gage Park 54 points
- Ag. Science 53.5 points
- Mather 48 points
- King 46 points
- 103 lbs: Alberto Dominguez (Kelly) pin Joey Hill (Fenger) 0:55;
- 112 lbs: Ronzel Darling (Bowen) dec Johnny McCarthy (Lane) 8-3;
- 119 lbs: Jameel Carter (Uplift) dec Nick Jankowski (Lane) 2-1
- 125 lbs: Matt Finnegan (Lane) pin Mahmoud Shalabi (Ag
January 19th, 2011 by albevi1234
October 11th, 2010 by albevi1234
Takedown Wrestling Media announces Distribution Deal with Time Warner Sports, bringing weekly amateur wrestling TV show to Eastern U.S.
July 2nd, 2010 by albevi1234
For immediate release Contact: Scott Casber, Takedown Wrestling Media: (515) 707-8657
Des Moines, Iowa – Takedown Wrestling Media and Time Warner Sports have established a relationship that will bring the popular TDR TV amateur wrestling program to over 700,000 homes in the eastern United States.
The first broadcast of TDR TV on Time Warner Cable NY will be Saturday, July 3, on Channel 813 throughout the CNY Division. (Check your local listings for availability on additional channels.)
TDR TV is a 30-minute weekly TV show that covers all aspects of amateur wrestling in the U.S
June 17th, 2010 by albevi1234
Just two days after a come from behind pin over Kelsey Campbell on the deck of the USS Intrepid at the Beat the Streets Gala, Leigh Jaynes, a 2007 National Champion and World Team member, instructed a free clinic at Baruch Middle School in lower Manhattan. Jaynes drilled about 40 middle school and high school wrestlers in advanced freestyle technique.
Before the clinic came to a close, Jaynes spoke with the wrestlers, parents, and coaches and shared with… Continue reading
June 10th, 2010 by albevi1234
September 11th, 2009 by admin
Mike Rodriguez wants to help turn boys and girls into upright citizens, and he figures the way to do it is to put them on a mat and teach them to twist each other into irregular shapes.
Heck, it worked for him.
Rodriguez, 77, was never what we refer to nowadays as an “at-risk child.” His parents didn’t come all this way from Mexico to let their five boys be hooligans. But it was wrestling that sent him to the University of Michigan and gave him a purpose and a platform, and it’s wrestling that he’ll teach… Continue reading
September 2nd, 2009 by admin
In several weeks, history will be made in one of America’s largest cities when the Beat the Streets-Detroit launches its initial program on September 15, 2009.
The Co-Directors, Mark Churella, former 3X NCAA Champion and Mike Rodriguez, 2X NCAA Runner-up both wrestled at the University of Michigan located nearby in Ann Arbor.
In 2007, Mike was recognized nationally as the coach with the most wins in high school wrestling with 732. He coached at Detroit Catholic Central HS for 51 years where his teams won 7 State High School Championships.
Cliff Keen Products, once… Continue reading
August 6th, 2009 by admin
Beat the Streets-Norfolk Summer Camp
Jim Lee and Randy Forrest hosted the Inaugural Summer Wrestling Camp for Norfolk.
They had a good turnout with many compliments from the parents and kids. A review of the program appeared on Beat the Streets- Norfolk
August 5, 2009
On Wednesday, July 29, 7 Beat the Streets, NYC wrestlers took a field trip to Washington DC accompanied by President and Executive Director… Continue reading
July 30th, 2009 by admin
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
By CORY STEGER
ThisWeek Staff Writer
It’s a cool summer evening at the Linden Recreation Center where people are taking time out of their day to enjoy the weather. As some sit on park benches talking, kids play on the playground and the North East Falcons youth football team begins fitting its players with equipment. One way or another, the people there are taking it easy, except for those inside the center itself.
Inside there is… Continue reading