The Red Hawk Wrestling Club is dedicated to enhancing and promoting the sport of wrestling by providing a clean, safe, wholesome learning environment for our young wrestlers. We take great pride in watching our wrestlers grow as we help to mold and build their character, instilling in them a sense of pride and positive values that comes through the hard work, dedication and discipline that are inherent in the quest of the wrestler who... "Strives to be the Best He Can Be".

Classes for all skill levels.

Including drill, live wrestling, and instruction by some of the best high school, college and professional coaches in the area. Workout with some of the best and most dedicated work-out partners in the area.

Open Wrestling Practice Schedule

  • Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
  • Beginner & Intermediate - 5:30pm to 7:00pm
  • Advanced & 7th Grade + - 7:00pm to 8:30pm

We do hold special clinics on Saturdays but they are tentative based on what tournaments we are attending on the weekend. Pay attention to our Social Media accounts to see updates on those practices.

Length & Cost

  • One Night: $20
  • One Month: $130
  • Three Months: $340
  • Six Months: $620
  • One Year: $1160

As always, siblings are half price!

We split the practices up again to tailor more towards the needs of our wrestlers and their varying levels of skill. The merged practice was nice, but was a bit slow for our advanced wrestlers and a bit fast for the young ones. It's important to us that we can give proper attention to as many kids as possible. With 50+ kids in the room, it's tough to do that. With split practices it's easier for us to do our job. The new times are in their testing phase, but we don't want the second class to get out too late.

If your wrestler is more of a beginner, he belongs in the first class. Age doesn't really matter with this one. If he's advanced and can keep up with the technique, or he just likes the challenge, he can go to the second class. The difference being, the first class runs a lot slower. We take time to teach the kids the technique and try to get around to everyone we can. In the second class, there is no teaching. The move is shown and the kids drill through them quickly. If they fall behind, it's on them to keep the pace.