Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to compete individually and as part of a team? Whatever level you compete at, wrestling can enhance your life, improving fitness, strength and coordination.
Whats included with Registration Cost:
Entry fees for Washington Little Guy Wrestling League
High School Facility use Insurance
2 Practices per week for your athletes team/group
End of Year Gift
Lakeland Wrestling Club Spring Season:
How to Register?
Use the registration link above to register your athlete.
Who can participate in the Washington Little Guy Wrestling League?
Wrestlers age 5 thru 14 as of Febuary 1st, 2022
No 15 year old wrestlers will be allowed to compete regardless of grade level.
No High School freshman regardless of age shall be allowed to compete.
Online registration is open now!
Registration cut off Date:
Registration will be cut off on February 12th as WLGWL requires us to submit our roster to them after that date. Athletes not on the roster will not be allowed to participate in the WLGWL tournaments. Athletes registering after this date can still practice with the club and participate in tournaments outside the WLGWL.
We will be having a parent meeting the first week of practice.
First week of practice starts Monday January 31st. Practice will be broken up into 2-4 groups. Group rosters will be announced.
Practices are planned to be held on:
Monday & Wednesday: 5:30-7:00
Tuesday & Thursday: 5:30-7:00
Practice times are subject to change based on the number of participants that we get. The coaching staff will assess skill levels, and participants numbers to make sure your kids get the best experience possible.
Washington Little Guy Tournament Dates and Locations:
Tournament Dates and Locations:
Tournament Dates and Locations:
Week 1 - March 5th - Reardan
Week 2 - March 12th - Spokane Wrestling
Week 3 - March 19th - Spokane West Valley
Week 4 - March 26th - Post Falls
March 26th - Folkstyle State Tournament
Week 5 - April 2nd - Pratice Matches
Fees are $10 and to be paid in CASH at CHECK-IN
Check-in AND weigh in 7am – 9am
Tournament start time 10am
Only TEAM SINGLETs will be allowed.
No personal singlets; WLGWL enforced.
Hairnets are required for athletes with long hair.
Fingernails are check at check-in, be sure to have them trimmed.
Each wrestler will weigh in prior to each tournament. Their weight at that time determines the bracket they will be placed in. It is okay if your child’s weight fluctuates between tournaments. They will be encouraged to do their best no matter what their bracket.
***Washington Little Guys Wrestling League requires that all wrestlers competing in WLG tournaments are free of any contagious skin diseases / conditions or they are unable to compete. Wrestlers who appear to have a contagious skin condition should report it to their coach immediately and consult a physician for treatment. If the condition is treated and is not contagious a note from the physician stating the condition is not contagious must be available at all tournaments and practices. www.WebMD.com is a good resource to provide information on contagious skin conditions such as ringworm and impetigo (staff infection). When in doubt please seek medical advice from your doctor***
If you miss the registration deadline of February 14th you will not be allowed to wrestle in the Washington Little Guys Wrestling League tournaments. You can still practice with us, but will not be on the roster submitted to WLGWL. This is WLGWL enforced. You can only wrestle in the WLGWL tournaments that Lakeland is signed up for.
Time, date, and location TBA
We have team singlets available for checkout for a $40 fully refundable deposit.
Team singlets can be checked out: During parent meeting and the week of first tournament from the Equipment Manager
Singlet deposit can only be accepted as a check, money order, or cash.
LAKELAND WRESTLING CLUB QUESTIONS:
How can I help the club? We need volunteers for fundraising, coaching during practices, at tournaments: coaching, scorecard keeping, and refereeing. The club will provide training for any and all duties. It is LWC’s expectation that all parents volunteer in some capacity. We are a growing club and would love to talk to you more about getting involved year round.
What are the costs to sign up my child? The 2020 spring registration fee will be $30, along with a $40 singlet DEPOSIT (your deposit check will be returned to you with the return of the singlet). There are no sibling discounts.
Where do we practice? All practices will be at Lakeland High School in the High School Wrestling Room. It is a privilege and can be revoked by the school if team members or their families do not conduct themselves in a manner that is respectful of school property. Parents are asked to stay and help with the little kids. Parent participation is strongly encouraged. Please be mindful that siblings do not run in the wrestling room or other places in the school. Please be mindful that practice does not get disrupted. The coaches at any time have the right to ask you to leave until practice is over. Each wrestler is expected to be an attentive listener and to practice as the coach instructs during the entire practice. Wrestlers who do not pay attention and/or disrupt the entire practice will be asked to sit out for an appropriate amount of time. Continual disruptive behavior will result in removal from the team without a refund.
What about hygiene for wrestlers? Personal hygiene for wrestlers is extremely important. To keep down the occurrence to spreading infections and skin conditions, the wrestling mats are disinfected regularly. In consideration for all wrestlers, coaches, and parents, please do not send your child to practice or tournaments if they are feeling ill, have a fever or are experiencing flu like symptoms. In addition we strongly recommend that each wrestler adhere to the following recommendations.
Ø Do not wear street shoes on the mates. Do not wear your wrestling shoes anywhere but on the mats, (not on pavement, grass, etc.).
Ø Wear clean clothes to each practice
Ø Immediately shower after practice and tournaments
Ø Report any skin rashes to the coaches.
Ø Wash clothing after each practice
Washington Little League QUESTIONS:
Age Groups: Wrestlers shall be ages 5 thru 14 as of February 1, 2019. No exceptions will be made for 4 year olds, 15 year olds or for high school freshmen.
How tournament weight brackets are determined: Each wrestler will weigh in prior to each tournament. Their weight at that time determines the bracket they will be placed in. It is okay if your child’s weight fluctuates between tournaments. They will be encouraged to do their best no matter what their bracket.
What is required wrestling equipment? Singlet and wrestling shoes are required. A singlet is part of the uniform that we supply with a DEPOSIT. The equipment exchange will be during registration and the first practice. If you have equipment to sell trade or donate please contact our equipment manager. Headgear is REQUIRED. The best places in our area to buy wrestling shoes and headgear is Big 5.
What food should I bring to a tournament for my wrestler?
Snacks and/or lunch are needed.
Suggested food is, but not limited to: apples, bananas, granola bars, 100% fruit juice, boiled eggs, string cheese, deli meat, sandwich.
**Encourage your wrestler to stay away from acidic and/or greasy foods on tournament days.**
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