If you understand these two verses and stand on them, then you can see how we are able to offer
wrestling lessons for ONLY $40.00 a month. Through God's workings, we are able to teach you wrestling.
We leave the level of participation in tournaments up to you.
A must know before you become a member of Texoma Wrestling Academy:
Wrestling is a sport that takes:
1. Dedication to attendance,
2. Committment to Learning, Fitness, and Improving
3. Eagerness to Compete,
4. and "in all things do it for the Glory of God."
Nights: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Sessions: Two Sessions Offered
Session 1: 6:00-7:00PM
Session 2: 7:00-8:00PM (Will not sign-up Session 2 until Session 1 has enough students
or there is enough interest in Session 2)
If Teams are offered:
Here's how it works: Non Travel Team
1. Sign-up (Release Form, etc.) Sherman Youth Center 903-892-7344
2. Don't miss more than 2 practices, or you will be asked to try again another time.
3. Come eager to learn and workout
Tournament Entrants: Travel Team ( If we provide)
1. Sign-up (Release Form, etc.)
2. Don't miss more than 2 practices, or you will be asked to try again next year. NO REFUNDS
3. Come eager to learn
4. Cost is $100.00, includes USA Wrestling Insurance.
5. Tournament entry fees are the participant's responsibility.
*We are only committing to the information above. No past information, insinuations, or past
precedence will be honored.
-December 1, 2006
1 Person: $40.00 per month
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If you are interested in a day clinic or multi day camp for your group,
or personal lessons, please contact us.
Texoma: Denison, Gainesville, Sherman. In Oklahoma, the most notable city is Durant.
Other towns and cities in North Texas include Gordonville, Cedar Mills, Locust, Fink, Pottsboro, Anna, Van Alstyne, Tom Bean, Bells, Gunter, Celina, Prosper, McKinney, Whitesboro, Callisburg, Whitewright,
Southmayd, Sadler and Preston.
Other towns and cities in Bryan County, Oklahoma include Cartwright, Colbert, Calera, Platter and Mead. In Marshall County, Oklahoma they include Little City, Cumberland, Kingston, Woodville, McBride Willis and the unsubmerged portion of Aylesworth. Most of Aylesworth was submerged under the water of