Tironook looks to put together a high level training camp to prepare wrestlers for the Southern Plains Regional Championship

With summer wrestling national tournaments approaching, Tironook wants to do its part in making sure athletes are prepared for what’s to come when facing national competition. “Looking back, I would have loved to have camps like this. To get the opportunity to train with other wrestlers in the state that have the same goals you do really sets a high standard on a personal level” says Head Coach Tyrone Lewis. “The goal for all of our Prep Camps is to get some of the very best wrestlers in Oklahoma that are training for national competitions to come in and train together at a very high level”. For anyone who has participated in one of these high intensity Prep Camp training sessions, they know all to well what to expect, and the expectation is to get prepared.

If you’re interested in training with us for the upcoming Southern Plains Prep Camp, just contact Coach Lewis via email and he will send you the registration link. It is imperative that wrestlers come to camp in adequate physical condition. Practice sessions will be structured and held at a challenging high pace (in other words, it will be tough).

Email: tyrone@tironookschoolofwrestling.com

Tironook releases dates for summer Prep Camp series to share with others the training principles found most effective in preparing wrestlers for national competitions

The Tironook Prep Camps are invitation only camps designed for serious wrestlers in the state of Oklahoma whom are preparing for upcoming national tournaments throughout the summer. Tournaments such as Southern Plains Regional, Southeast Regional, Cadet National Duels, Junior National Duels, Fargo Nationals, Preseason Nationals, Kansas City BLUE CHIP, and Super 32 are all events that helps our athletes gain experience and exposure in the sport of wrestling. It is imperative that wrestlers come to camp in adequate physical condition. Practice sessions will be structured and held at a challenging high pace (in other words, it will be tough). For quality control of the wrestling room and all training sessions, we're only permitting a limited number of camp enrollees. Any wrestler not going to either tournament but wanting to participate in camp may do so on a first-come, first-serve basis but must get approved through the Tironook camp staff. All training sessions will be held at the Tironook School of Wrestling gym location in Oklahoma City. Campers must have a valid USA wrestling card to participate in all practice sessions. If you are interested in partaking in any of this summer’s Prep Camps, you may do so by clicking on the available camp link below and filling out the camp request form. Or you can email Coach Lewis at tyrone@tironookschoolofwrestling.com or call 405-601-4061.

Camp Practice Times: 6:00pm-7:30pm (Practice times and days are subject to change at any time)
Location: 910 N May Ave. Oklahoma City, OK 73017

Camp Date: May 21-23, 2018 ($50)

Camp Date: May 28-31, 2018 ($50)

Camp Date: June 4-8, 2018

Camp Date: June 11-15, 2018

Camp Date: July 2-6, 2018

Camp Date: October 1-18, 2018

Camp Date: October 1-25, 2018

Camp Date: October 1-25, 2018

Avendano wins Junior Western Regional in Las Vegas and making strides for the podium in Fargo!

Parker Avendano from El Reno, Oklahoma captured the US-Open Junior Western Regional Championship title this past weekend in Las Vegas, NV. Parker went 3-0, out scoring his 3 opponents 33-13. Wrestling freestyle/greco under his club team Tironook School of Wrestling, Avendano has gotten this years summer freestyle/greco season of to an explosive start. Prior to the Junior Western Regional, Parker has competed in every local tournament in Oklahoma and winning both styles in multiple tournaments. Coming off a State Runner-up finish this past folkstyle season, Parker followed that up by winning the Junior Western Regional at 106 pounds. In his first match, he narrowed Colorado’s Dylan McChesney 8-7 to a victory and followed that up with a tech fall win over Charlie Boyle from Arizona. In his final bout, Parker routed Christian Her from California with a 13-3 tech fall and claiming the title at 106lb. Next up for Parker and Tironook freestyle/greco wrestling club is the Oklahoma freestyel/greco regional tournament in Blanchard, OK Saturday, May 5th . Wrestling will start approximately 10:00am.

Complete results for Team Oklahoma from the Junior Freestyle Western Regional for all divisions listed below:

2018 Marines Western Regional-Freestyle Results for Oklahoma

Bantam 62

Hudson Fryar’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Patrick Pina Iii (Arizona) won by decision over Hudson Fryar (Oklahoma) (Dec 4-4)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Hudson Fryar (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Henry McDoniel (Colorado) won by tech fall over Hudson Fryar (Oklahoma) (TF 22-9)

Schoolboy 83

Rhett Peak’s place is unknown and has scored 9.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Rhett Peak (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Rhett Peak (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Treygen Morin (Idaho) (TF 10-0)
  • Quarterfinal – Jesse Loges (Nebraska) won by decision over Rhett Peak (Oklahoma) (Dec 5-4)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Rhett Peak (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Conner Todd (Wyoming) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 5 – Rhett Peak (Oklahoma) won by decision over Andrew Fox (Utah) (Dec 7-5)
  • Cons. Semi – Dj Gillett (Oregon) won by tech fall over Rhett Peak (Oklahoma) (TF 12-0)

Schoolboy 87

Ishmael Guerrero’s place is 4th and has scored 12.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Jackson Stevens (Iowa) (TF 10-0)
  • Quarterfinal – Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma) won by decision over Paul Kelly (Arizona) (Dec 7-6)
  • Semifinal – Thomas Dalton (Wyoming) won by fall over Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma) (Fall 2:55)
  • Cons. Semi – Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma) won by decision over Tyler Kaahanui (Nevada) (Dec 8-6)
  • 3rd Place Match – Paul Kelly (Arizona) won by tech fall over Ishmael Guerrero (Oklahoma) (TF 10-0)

Schoolboy 102

Cole Brooks’s place is unknown and has scored 11.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Cole Brooks (Oklahoma) won by fall over Mason Frei (Washington) (Fall 1:24)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Cole Brooks (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Rudy Osborne (Wyoming) (TF 10-0)
  • Quarterfinal – Cole Brooks (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Cooper French (Arizona) (TF 11-0)
  • Semifinal – Sergio Ramos (Arizona) won by tech fall over Cole Brooks (Oklahoma) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Q`veli Quintanilla (Washington) won by tech fall over Cole Brooks (Oklahoma) (TF 12-2)

Schoolboy 106

Jim Mullin’s place is unknown and has scored 7.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Jim Mullin (Oklahoma) won by fall over Tyler Fouts (Washington) (Fall 2:42)
  • Quarterfinal – Jim Mullin (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Austin Kelly (Utah) (TF 10-0)
  • Semifinal – Oscar Williams (Colorado) won by injury default over Jim Mullin (Oklahoma) (Inj. 0:00)
  • Cons. Semi – Michael McGruder (California) won by injury default over Jim Mullin (Oklahoma) (Inj. 0:00)

Schoolboy 106

Talon McCollom’s place is unknown and has scored 6.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Michael McGruder (California) won by decision over Talon McCollom (Oklahoma) (Dec 11-10)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Talon McCollom (Oklahoma) won by injury default over Christopher Neal (Washington) (Inj. 0:00)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Talon McCollom (Oklahoma) won by fall over Austin Kelly (Utah) (Fall 0:30)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Tanner Chaffee (California) won by decision over Talon McCollom (Oklahoma) (Dec 13-11)

Schoolboy 114

Chapman McKown’s place is 3rd and has scored 20.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Chapman McKown (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Ayden Garver (Oregon) (TF 10-0)
  • Quarterfinal – Brock Bobzien (California) won by tech fall over Chapman McKown (Oklahoma) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Chapman McKown (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Riggin Boger (Utah) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Chapman McKown (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Taka Barberi (California) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Chapman McKown (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Anthony Tiamzon-aniciete (Nevada) (TF 10-0)
  • 3rd Place Match – Chapman McKown (Oklahoma) won by fall over Joseph Misitano (Arizona) (Fall 1:52)

Cadet 152

Jacob Law’s place is unknown and has scored 8.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Mark Rausch (Utah) won by decision over Jacob Law (Oklahoma) (Dec 22-14)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Jacob Law (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Riley Rose (Oregon) (TF 12-0)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Jacob Law (Oklahoma) won by decision over Keisel Perez (Nevada) (Dec 9-6)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Jacob Law (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Kristopher Darrin (California) (TF 15-5)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Jacob Law (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Juan Escobar (Washington) (TF 11-0)
  • Cons. Round 5 – Joseph Martin (California) won by tech fall over Jacob Law (Oklahoma) (TF 12-2)

Junior 106

Parker Avendano’s place is 1st and has scored 17.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Parker Avendano (Oklahoma) won by decision over Dylan McChesney (Colorado) (Dec 8-7)
  • Round 2 – Parker Avendano (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Charlie Boyle (Arizona) (TF 12-2)
  • Round 3 – Parker Avendano (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Christian Her (California) (TF 13-3)

Junior 138

Jacob Catagas’s place is unknown and has scored 5.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Jacob Catagas (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Jacob Catagas (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Noah Cortez (California) (TF 14-4)
  • Champ. Round 3 – Connor Shirar (California) won by fall over Jacob Catagas (Oklahoma) (Fall 3:41)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Matthew Van Riel (Nevada) won by decision over Jacob Catagas (Oklahoma) (Dec 15-12)

Junior 145

Luke Surber’s place is unknown and has scored 13.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Luke Surber (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Luke Surber (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Kalob Jewett (Texas) (TF 10-0)
  • Champ. Round 3 – Danny Coles (Canada) won by tech fall over Luke Surber (Oklahoma) (TF 17-6)
  • Cons. Round 4 – Luke Surber (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Carson Sheets (Utah) (TF 12-0)
  • Cons. Round 5 – Luke Surber (Oklahoma) won by fall over Alex Mosconi (Indiana) (Fall 0:19)
  • Cons. Round 6 – Luke Surber (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Benjamin Baugher (Washington) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 7 – Michael Weber (Montana) won by decision over Luke Surber (Oklahoma) (Dec 14-8)

Junior 220

Joshua Heindselman’s place is 2nd and has scored 21.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Champ. Round 2 – Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Jaden Worthington (Missouri) (TF 10-0)
  • Quarterfinal – Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) won by decision over Brady Fisher (Illinois) (Dec 16-11)
  • Semifinal – Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) won by tech fall over Nick Ware (Utah) (TF 10-0)
  • 1st Place Match – Cordel Duhart (Kansas) won by decision over Joshua Heindselman (Oklahoma) (Dec 12-10)

WOMEN (CADET/JR) 117

Kobie Moiser’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Marissa Kurtz (Oregon) won by fall over Kobie Moiser (Oklahoma) (Fall 0:36)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Kobie Moiser (Oklahoma) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Jaine Stephens (Kentucky) won by fall over Kobie Moiser (Oklahoma) (Fall 0:53)

Helping the OKC community stay on task with fitness: Tironook School of Wrestling offers fitness classes to the public.

While growing in numbers for the sport of wrestling at the Tironook training compound, head coach Tyrone Lewis finds new ways to reach out to the community by offering summer fitness classes. Coach Lewis explains why he feels the need to start fitness classes at Tironook School of Wrestling. “Why not? This is what we do here. We help individuals reach their maximum potential and accomplish their goals.” Tironook School of Wrestling is going into their second summer of operation, and by the looks of things, maximum potential for the future of this rising gym looks very bright. “Our number one focus here has always been and will always be our athletes or anyone who walks through these doors to train in this facility.”  The TASC (Training, Agility, Strength, and Fitness) program is designed for those looking to participate in a 4-week physical training activity in a group setting. There are currently two class options. The “Adult TASC” will start at 6:00 a.m. and the “Youth/Teen TASC” will start at 3:00 p.m. Both classes will start on May 28th and will run on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. TASC Fitness is an activity program for all youth, teens and adults looking to stay energetic and be involved with physical exercise throughout the summer. “We feel that Training, Agility, Strength and Conditioning (T.A.S.C.) are key essentials for anyone to build self-confidence, a positive attitude and self-respect. Our goal is to help everyone develop life skills through exercise and fitness such as patience, social connection, resilience and work ethic.” This class will consist of a 12 -minutes warm-up, plyometric drills, followed up by 25 minutes of timed exercise stations and closing with an 8-minute group ab workout & stretch. For more information about the TASC program, you may call 405-601-4061, go to http://tironookschoolofwrestling.com/tasc/ or email Coach Lewis at tyrone@tironookschoolofwrestling.com. Due to quality control, a maximum of 20 persons per class will be allowed to enroll. Each class enrollment will end once capacity is reached.

Tironook Freestyle/Greco wrestling club showing growth in numbers at the Tuttle tournament this past weekend

Another awesome weekend of wrestling for Tironook freestyle/greco program at the Tuttle tournament. Going into into the second weekend of summer freestyle and greco events, the Tironook School of Wrestling (TSW) freestyle/greco wrestlers are showing an extensive amount of growth and effort every time they hit the mat. Head coach of TSW stated “When going into tournaments like this, from a coaching standpoint i’m not concerned with the wins or the losses, I’m more focused on the overall effort and execution in each match. Don’t get me wrong, we want our athletes to compete to win, however we want them going out to try new things and have fun in the process. That’s how you grow and get better in these events”. Next up for TSW freestyle/greco wrestling club will be the Putnam City tournament on April 14th. wrestling will start at 10:00am.

Complete Tuttle Results

Bantam FS 53-56

Eli Medellin’s place is 2nd and has scored 14.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Eli Medellin (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Easton Lee (Elgin Owls) (Fall 1:38)
  • Round 2 – Eli Medellin (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Andrew Stockton (Cashion Club) (Fall 0:34)
  • Round 3 – Hendrix Newcomb (prodigy wrestling) won by tech fall over Eli Medellin (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 12-2)

Bantam Greco 56

Eli Medellin’s place is 1st and has scored 6.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Eli Medellin (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Andrew Stockton (Cashion Club) (Fall 0:22)
  • Round 2 – Eli Medellin (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Andrew Stockton (Cashion Club) (Fall 0:29)

Intermediate FS 59

Gage Stark’s place is 3rd and has scored 6.00 team points.

  • Round 2 – Gage Stark (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Talon Storozuk (Elgin Owls) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 3 – Antonio Gonzalez (Enid Wrestling Club) won by decision over Gage Stark (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Dec 16-8)
  • Round 4 – Gage Stark (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Colby Willeford (prodigy wrestling) (TF 12-2)
  • Round 5 – Conner Vance (prodigy wrestling) won by fall over Gage Stark (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 1:34)

Intermediate FS 77-84

Preston Scott’s place is 2nd and has scored 3.50 team points.

  • Round 1 – Preston Scott (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Tatum Noel (Elgin Owls) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 3 – Juan Ybarra (Team Worx Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Preston Scott (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Intermediate Greco 77

Preston Scott’s place is 1st and has scored 5.50 team points.

  • Round 1 – Preston Scott (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Tatum Noel (Elgin Owls) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 2 – Preston Scott (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Tatum Noel (Elgin Owls) (Fall 0:36)

Novice FS 98

Jared Law’s place is 2nd and has scored 11.50 team points.

  • Round 1 – Jared Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Payton Zweifel (Enid Wrestling Club) (Dec 7-3)
  • Round 2 – Jared Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Deago Chay (True blue) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 3 – Kody Routledge (Matrix Grappling) won by tech fall over Jared Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Novice FS 108

Matthew Snyder’s place is 1st and has scored 7.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Matthew Snyder (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Ethan Waswo (Cashion Club) (Dec 13-4)
  • Round 3 – Matthew Snyder (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Joran Fingernail (Putnam City Freestyle) (Fall 2:32)

Novice FS 117

Aiden Weatherly’s place is 2nd and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Chance Goodner (Jr. Patriots) won by fall over Aiden Weatherly (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 1:53)
  • Round 2 – Chance Goodner (Jr. Patriots) won by fall over Aiden Weatherly (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 1:28)

Novice Greco 98

Jared Law’s place is 2nd and has scored 15.50 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Jared Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal – Jared Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Deago Chay (True blue) (TF 14-3)
  • 1st Place Match – Kody Routledge (Matrix Grappling) won by tech fall over Jared Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 12-0)

Novice Greco 108

Matthew Snyder’s place is 1st and has scored 7.00 team points.

  • Round 2 – Matthew Snyder (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Ethan Waswo (Cashion Club) (Dec 9-7)
  • Round 3 – Matthew Snyder (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Joran Fingernail (Putnam City Freestyle) (Fall 0:28)

Schoolboy FS 97

Dailey Jennings’s place is 3rd and has scored 8.50 team points.

  • Round 1 – Braden Potts (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Dailey Jennings (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 2 – Dailey Jennings (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Jayden Gracy (Matrix Grappling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 3 – Thomas London (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Dailey Jennings (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Schoolboy FS 114

Shane Lovejoy’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Jake McCain (Dark Horse) won by tech fall over Shane Lovejoy (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Leslie Fortner (Enid Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Shane Lovejoy (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 12-0)

Schoolboy FS 165

Mason Weatherly’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Devin Aynes (Matrix Grappling) won by fall over Mason Weatherly (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 3:35)
  • Cons. Round 1 – John Roberts (Oklahoma Wrestling Academy) won by decision over Mason Weatherly (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Dec 13-9)

Schoolboy Greco 97

Dailey Jennings’s place is 2nd and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Braden Potts (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Dailey Jennings (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 2 – Braden Potts (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Dailey Jennings (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Cadet FS 106

Cooper Mahaffey’s place is 1st and has scored 22.50 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Cooper Mahaffey (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Keaton Story (Oklahoma Wrestling Academy) (TF 18-7)
  • Semifinal – Cooper Mahaffey (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Lane Snapp (Team Worx Wrestling Club) (TF 10-0)
  • 1st Place Match – Cooper Mahaffey (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Kaleb Kerr (East OC Freestyle) (TF 12-2)

Cadet FS 132

Cole Mitchell’s place is unknown and has scored 4.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Cole Mitchell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Logan Bibb (prodigy wrestling) (TF 13-2)
  • Quarterfinal – Jack Golowenski (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Cole Mitchell (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Cole Mitchell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Jeremy Santos (MacArthur) (Dec 14-13)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Luke McCain (Dark Horse) won by tech fall over Cole Mitchell (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Cadet FS 145

Savaughn Watkins’s place is 4th and has scored 11.00 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Savaughn Watkins (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Quarterfinal – Savaughn Watkins (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Caleb Hukill (Putnam City Freestyle) (Dec 18-16)
  • Semifinal – Chance Cobb (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Savaughn Watkins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Savaughn Watkins (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Damon O`Neill (Norman High School Wrestling) (Fall 5:28)
  • 3rd Place Match – Jaxon Randall (Bellator Pro Deus Wrestling) won by tech fall over Savaughn Watkins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Cadet FS 145

Xzavier Oquendo’s place is unknown and has scored 3.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Damon O`Neill (Norman High School Wrestling) won by decision over Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Dec 16-11)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Round 2 – Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Caleb Hukill (Putnam City Freestyle) (TF 12-2)
  • Cons. Round 3 – Jaxon Randall (Bellator Pro Deus Wrestling) won by fall over Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 1:08)

Cadet FS 152

Logan Parrott’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Wallace Tilley (Yukon Youth Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Semi – Chris Harpole (East OC Freestyle) won by tech fall over Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Cadet FS 160

Skyler Buck’s place is 5th and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Round 2 – Tate Picklo (Matrix Grappling) won by tech fall over Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 12-0)
  • Round 3 – Seth Guzman (Deer Creek Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 4 – Nick Mayberry (East OC Freestyle) won by tech fall over Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 5 – Dillon Berry (Blanchard Lions) won by tech fall over Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Cadet FS 170

Jacob Law’s place is 1st and has scored 16.50 team points.

  • Round 2 – Jacob Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Jackson Jones (East OC Freestyle) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 3 – Jacob Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Austin Long (Norman North) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 4 – Jacob Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by forfeit over Donnie Bell Hurd (East OC Freestyle) (FF)
  • Round 5 – Jacob Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Harley Andrews (Tiger Wrestling Club) (TF 12-1)

Cadet Greco 106

Cooper Mahaffey’s place is 1st and has scored 21.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Cooper Mahaffey (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal – Cooper Mahaffey (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Tyler Johnson (Elgin Owls) (TF 10-0)
  • 1st Place Match – Cooper Mahaffey (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Keaton Story (Oklahoma Wrestling Academy) (TF 10-0)

Cadet Greco 145

Xzavier Oquendo’s place is unknown and has scored 2.50 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Chase Epperson (Team Worx Wrestling Club) won by fall over Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 0:57)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Cameron Howard (Putnam City Freestyle) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Traylon Jackson (East OC Freestyle) won by tech fall over Xzavier Oquendo (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 25-15)

Cadet Greco 152

Logan Parrott’s place is 3rd and has scored 7.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal – Andy Mejia (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 12-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • 3rd Place Match – Logan Parrott (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)

Cadet Greco 160

Skyler Buck’s place is 3rd and has scored 10.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal – Tate Picklo (Matrix Grappling) won by tech fall over Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • 3rd Place Match – Skyler Buck (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by forfeit over Dillon Berry (Blanchard Lions) (FF)

Cadet Greco 170

Jacob Law’s place is 1st and has scored 8.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Jacob Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Austin Long (Norman North) (TF 11-0)
  • Round 3 – Jacob Law (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Harley Andrews (Tiger Wrestling Club) (TF 10-0)

Junior FS 120

Parker Avendano’s place is 2nd and has scored 2.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Parker Avendano (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Austin Renfro (prodigy wrestling) (Dec 7-0)
  • Round 2 – Cruz Aguilar (Oklahoma Wrestling Academy) won by tech fall over Parker Avendano (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Junior FS 126

Studd Morris’s place is 1st and has scored 26.50 team points.

  • Champ. Round 1 – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Ahmad Alserafei (Panthers Wrestling Club) (TF 18-7)
  • Quarterfinal – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Hunter Daniel (prodigy wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Semifinal – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Skyler Lancaster (Stillwater) (Fall 2:58)
  • 1st Place Match – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Mannie Rogers (East OC Freestyle) (TF 10-0)

Junior FS 152

Tyson Ward’s place is unknown and has scored 4.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Tyson Ward (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Gabriel Vandenberg (Ike Eagle Wrestling Club) (Fall 1:31)
  • Semifinal – Gage Shetley (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by fall over Tyson Ward (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 1:33)
  • Cons. Semi – Kobi Gomez (TEAM WORX) won by tech fall over Tyson Ward (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Junior FS 182

Kord LaFoe’s place is 4th and has scored 9.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Kavan Guffey (Tiger Wrestling Club) won by fall over Kord LaFoe (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 3:28)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Kord LaFoe (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Christian Fuchs (Norman North High School Wrest) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Kord LaFoe (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Trevon Todd (Ike Eagle Wrestling Club) (TF 17-7)
  • 3rd Place Match – Matthew Santos (MacArthur) won by tech fall over Kord LaFoe (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 11-1)

Junior FS 195

Kaden Bowers’s place is 3rd and has scored 9.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Muhammad Ali Al Zeragi (Ike Eagle Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Kaden Bowers (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 2 – Kaden Bowers (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Trent Owens (East OC Freestyle) (Fall 1:34)
  • Round 3 – Konner Doucet (Tribe Wrestling Club) won by tech fall over Kaden Bowers (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 11-0)

Junior FS 220

Layton Hockersmith’s place is 5th and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Garrett Pride (TEAM WORX) won by fall over Layton Hockersmith (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 5:00)
  • Round 2 – Branson Pershica (Norman North) won by fall over Layton Hockersmith (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 0:28)
  • Round 3 – Cabe Dickerson (TEAM WORX) won by tech fall over Layton Hockersmith (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 4 – Kendall Johnson (Norman North High School Wrest) won by fall over Layton Hockersmith (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 2:34)

Junior FS 285

Preston Stell’s place is 3rd and has scored 5.00 team points.

  • Round 2 – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by decision over Ashton Aldridge (Yukon Youth Wrestling Club) (Dec 9-2)
  • Round 3 – Blake Russell (Matrix Grappling) won by tech fall over Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Round 4 – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 4:10)
  • Round 5 – Mason Lancaster (prodigy wrestling) won by tech fall over Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)

Junior FS 285

Payton Haskins’s place is 4th and has scored 3.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Mason Lancaster (prodigy wrestling) won by tech fall over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 11-0)
  • Round 3 – Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Ashton Aldridge (Yukon Youth Wrestling Club) (Fall 2:03)
  • Round 4 – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 4:10)
  • Round 5 – Blake Russell (Matrix Grappling) won by fall over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 0:19)

Junior Greco 113-120

Parker Avendano’s place is 1st and has scored 9.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Parker Avendano (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Lane Sullivan (Putnam City Freestyle) (Fall 1:03)
  • Round 2 – Parker Avendano (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by fall over Jose Becerrill (MacArthur) (Fall 2:17)

Junior Greco 126

Studd Morris’s place is 3rd and has scored 12.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Colton Carr (True blue) won by tech fall over Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Round 1 – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Cons. Semi – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Michael Williams (Elgin Owls) (TF 10-0)
  • 3rd Place Match – Studd Morris (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by tech fall over Mannie Rogers (East OC Freestyle) (TF 14-3)

Junior Greco 182

Kord LaFoe’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

Junior Greco 195

Kaden Bowers’s place is 3rd and has scored 0.00 team points.

  • Round 1 – Muhammad Ali Al Zeragi (Ike Eagle Wrestling Club) won by fall over Kaden Bowers (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 1:33)
  • Round 3 – Trent Owens (East OC Freestyle) won by fall over Kaden Bowers (Tironook School of Wrestling) (Fall 2:42)

Junior Greco 220

Layton Hockersmith’s place is unknown and has scored 0.00 team points.

Junior Greco 285

Preston Stell’s place is 3rd and has scored 10.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal – Mason Lancaster (prodigy wrestling) won by tech fall over Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) (TF 10-0)
  • Cons. Semi – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • 3rd Place Match – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by forfeit over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (FF)

Junior Greco 285

Payton Haskins’s place is 4th and has scored 4.00 team points.

  • Quarterfinal – Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • Semifinal – Blake Russell (Matrix Grappling) won by forfeit over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (FF)
  • Cons. Semi – Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
  • 3rd Place Match – Preston Stell (Tironook School of Wrestling) won by forfeit over Payton Haskins (Tironook School of Wrestling) (FF)

2017-2018 Little League Wrestling Season Sign-up

With the 2017-2018 wrestling season upon us, now is a good time to get signed up and begin your quest to a State Championship. Tironook School of Wrestling will be holding on-site enrollments on Thursday, September 28th and Friday, September 29th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. We have changed our membership opportunities to make it more affordable and convenient for all athletes to train and compete on our youth little league wrestling club team for the upcoming season. Our goal is to have a training environment with multiple training partners that can train and compete at a high level. With our very knowledgeable coaching staff and proven system, we feel that your child will excel both on and off the wrestling mat. 

On-Site Enrollment Days & Times

WHEN: September 28th & 29th (Thursday & Friday)
TIME: 6:OOpm - 7:30pm

Enrollment Location

2236 NW 10th Suite 118 Oklahoma City, OK 73107
 

Online Enrollment

 
 

Contact Information

Phone: 405-601-4061
Email: tyrone@tironookschoolofwrestling.com 

TSOW Fundraising Donation Drive

Dear Potential Sponsor:

Join the Team! Tironook School of Wrestling is seeking sponsorship donations for its upcoming 2017-2018 season (October 2nd – February 8th). In order to assure a successful program for the youth of our community, we rely heavily on local businesses that serve our community to provide sponsorship donations and help underwrite the cost for our youth wrestling program.

Wrestling is a sport of individual participation functioning within the framework of a team concept.  This aspect contributes to the development of life long patterns of responsible behaviors including discipline, the ability to set goals and achieve them, and respect for others.  A young person involved in wrestling can be expected to display increasing self-confidence and appreciation of their self-worth.

All of the collected funds will be directed towards uniforms, equipment, gym operation, team building activities and much more.  Your sponsorship donation will guarantee that this becomes a successful and enjoyable season. Please give this request careful consideration. For your convenience, below we have provided sponsorship donation options to best fit your business need. If you have any other request or idea options, feel free to contact us. 

Please provide us with a jpeg image of your business card and company logo by emailing them both to tyrone@tironookschoolofwrestling.com.

Thanks for helping to make our season a reality. Do not hesitate to call Tyrone Lewis at 405-601-4061 or Email at tyrone@tironookschoolofwrestling.com with any questions you may have.

Follow our team’s success this season at www.tironookschoolofwrestling.com.

 

Sincerly                                                   

      

Tyrone Lewis
Head Coach/Owner

Bronze

Our bronze program is $50 per season.  In return for your donation, you will be recognized with your business card or logo displayed on our 18”x24” team poster, which will be exhibited in a variety of different business locations throughout the Oklahoma City metro area.

Silver

Our silver program is $100 per season.  In return for your donation, your logo and/or business card will be displayed on the home page of our website with a link to your own business website. You will also receive your business card or logo displayed on our 18”x24” team poster.

Gold

Our gold program is $200 per season. In return for your donation, your logo and/or business name will be displayed on our 4’x6′ competition banner displayed at weekly tournaments throughout the season. Your logo and/or business card will be displayed on our website with a link to your own business website, and your business card or logo will be displayed on our 18”x24” team poster.

Youth Summer Fitness

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If you’re looking to keep your child involved in some sort of physical activity throughout the summer, then the TASC Fitness program is just for you. TASC Fitness is an activity program for all students (athletes or non-athletes) to stay energetic and involved with physical exercise throughout the summer, helping them live an active, healthy and disciplined lifestyle. We feel that Training, Agility, Strength and Conditioning (T.A.S.C.) are key essentials for all students to build self-confidence, a positive attitude, respect and responsibility. Our goal is to help each student develop life skills through exercise and fitness such as patience, social connection, resilience and work ethic. We hope to see you in training.

View The TASC Website

Enroll Online

 Mail In Your Enrollment
 

 

 

Progress Faster with Private Lessons

Because private lessons are typically taught one-to-one or two-to-one, your coach will have a lot more time to work with you individually which will lead to faster progress. Your private lesson coach will have sufficient time to find out your “problem areas” and give you specific techniques to improve them. Let’s say you’re having problems defending a single leg or finishing a high-crotch, you can bring it up to your coach and spend the entire lesson on it if you wanted to. During your lesson, you will have the time to analyze every technique, position and movement a lot more. The amount of detail and technique your coach can dive into in a private lesson is much greater than that of a group practice. That’s because in a group practice there may be up to 20 to 30 other students that need help and so the coach’s time is split amongst them. If you’re looking to tailor your workouts to your specific focus areas and improve quickly, you will enjoy private lessons. Throughout the Oklahoma City metro area you will be able to find high level, world class private lesson instructors such as Nik Turner, Mitch Brown, Tyrone Lewis and many more willing to help you accomplish your goals throughout the summer. Get up, get out and go book a lesson today. Here are six reasons why you can benefit from private lessons.

  1. Eases or reduces the stress or intimidation experienced by beginners when attending large group wrestling classes for the first time.  Private wrestling lessons will give you a crash course on the basics of wrestling, which will give you the foundation necessary to feel comfortable in a group environment.
  2. Private wrestling classes are the perfect way to work on special technical concerns, basic skills, or any other limitations you may experience.
  3. Private wrestling classes can offer a highly viable option if you have set a specific goal – whether it’s mental, emotional or physical. With a specific goal in mind, a private wrestling coach can tailor and create a specific practice for you designed to help meet your goals.
  4. Private wrestling lessons will provide the necessary guidance to better equip you to meet your goals.
  5. A skilled private lesson coach will be able to provide recommendations on what types of drills and technique works for you best, based on his observations in the private lesson session.
  6. Experienced wrestlers can also greatly benefit from private wrestling lessons, especially for those who want to take their career to the next level. A private wrestling coach can work closely with you in directing you into more challenging drills and techniques during your private lesson class.

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