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

Monday & Wednesday

  • 5:30pm to 7:00pm - Beginner to Intermediate (Grades K-6)
  • 7:00pm to 8:30pm - Advanced (Grades 7-12)

Tuesday & Thursday

  • 5:30pm to 7:00pm - Beginner to Advanced (Grades K-8)
  • 7:00pm to 8:30pm - Elite & High School (Grades 9-12)

If you're not sure what practice you should come to, please contact us.

Length & Cost

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

As always, siblings are half price!

The 'Beginner to Intermediate' class should be for anyone looking to learn the technique. We walk around the room and make sure everyone grasps the moves well and understands the concepts. We give them ample time to drill, so the pace of the class is a little slower. I bring the kids in every 5 minutes (about).

The 'Advanced' class is for those who understand the technique and want a faster pace. We push the kids through the class faster and therefore do not always have the time to get to everyone. We also assume that if you're in this class, you can keep up. Be careful when choosing this class. If you do not understand the sport well then you will struggle to keep up, and therefore may not get what you want out of it. This is 'enter at your own risk' when it comes to the pace of the instruction. It's not for learning, it's for drilling. I bring the kids in after a faster group does 5 each.

Our new 'Beginner to Advanced' class is going to be a mixture between the first two. We will give a little bit more time for the kids to go over the technique compared to the 'Advanced' class, but I will try to keep them moving as fast as possible. I'll bring the kids in after a faster group does 10 each. It will feel like the clinics I run. I teach a lot, but I push them through faster.

Our new 'Elite' class is for high school kids, who I assume can get through a few moves at a time. The goal is to still teach the technique, but I want to do it at a much faster pace. I will restrict the room to 90lbs and higher, with experience being a main factor. If you are under 90 pounds, please come to the first class of the day, unless you talk to me directly and I approve. If you are young or inexperienced and above 90lbs, please come to the first.

We do offer membership holds in case of injury. While we believe wrestling isn't inherently dangerous, unfortunate things do happen. We don't want you to feel like you will lose classes if your wrestler happens to get hurt and cannot partake. That being said, we will not hold memberships for vacations, because you want a break, your child doesn't want to wrestle right now, or because you play another sport.