Tournaments this weekend:
Saturday, Feb. 6 - Missouri Nationals Open in Lebanon, MO
Saturday, Feb. 6 - 35th Annual Monett Youth Wrestling Tournament
Sunday, Feb. 7 - Missouri Nationals Novice/Girls in Lebanon, MO
Monday, Feb. 1 - 6:00-7:30
Tuesday, Feb. 2 - 6:00-7:30
Thursday, Feb. 4 - 6:00-7:30
Feb. 6 - Monett Open
Feb. 6 - Missouri Nationals Open - Lebanon, MO
Feb. 7 - Missouri Nationals Novice/Girls - Lebanon, MO
Feb. 20 - TBD
Feb. 27 - State Series Districts - Neosho, MO
Mar. 6 - State Series Regionals - Seneca, MO
Mar. 12-14 - State Series Championships - KC, MO (Hy-Vee Arena)
ABUSE PREVENTION AND REPORTING TRAINING FOR USA WRESTLING MINOR ATHLETES
USA Wrestling strongly encourages parents of minor athletes to participate with their child in age appropriate training on abuse prevention and reporting of abuse. The training offered by the US Center for SafeSport allows a parent to choose a training module best suited for their child’s age.
As a USA Wrestling Chartered Club, Seneca Youth Wrestling Club is requesting that parents go to the web based training offered by the US Center for SafeSport, https://athletesafety.org/training/index. Choose the training link appropriate to your child’s age. Engage with your child during this 20-30 minute training. This is a great time to discuss safe relationships with other adults. Discuss what they might do when they don’t feel safe (perhaps create a ‘safe password’ they can use with you if they feel threatened or who they can report a concern to). Once you have completed the training with your child, they can print off a certificate of completion. Please have your child show their certificate to their coach or club director. Our club wants to achieve 100% participation in training minor athletes. The more knowledge we all have, the safer we can make the wrestling experience for your child.
By: Kevin Napier, President - Seneca Youth Wrestling Club
The purpose of the SYWC shall be to promote and support the sport of wrestling in the community of Seneca, Missouri. The organization is primarily, but not exclusively, for children age four through eighth grade providing opportunity for learning, practicing, and competing in the sport of wrestling.
The SWYC mission is to be the premier community youth wrestling organization. Dedicated to providing area children the opportunity to learn, practice and compete in the historic sport of wrestling. Committed to helping them develop work ethic, character, and confidence through the discipline and art of wrestling. Our focus is on developing the whole athlete with physical, mental and emotional training within a positive environment where athletes can grow and develop confidence and character. Our vision is to see our young athletes use their discipline and work ethic in all future athletic, academic, and social endeavors. Our commitment is to the children and providing them the physical, mental and emotional foundation for the many challenges that face them in their future.