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    Wrestling may probably be the hardest sport you or your athlete will ever be involved in. It encompasses Mind, Body, and Soul. It's a lifestyle more than it is a sport. Yet, when done correctly, it becomes an art form.
    Here at Texoma Wrestling Academy we pride ourselves in years of training, drilling, competing, coaching at all levels, and going to elite clinics. 
We teach the physical conditioning, the mental toughness, and the spiritual building of our athletes. We want our athletes to be the BEST they want to be. To be more conditioned then their opponents and more physical. To be so trained that they can hit moves without thinking. We want them spiritually strong and confident in their abilities. To us, this is a lifestyle that has been passed down from person to person, generation to generation.
    We believe what sets us apart  is the systematic way in which we share wrestling to our athletes and their ablity to retain the information in a short amount of time.

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Wrestling Clinics are going on now at the Glennie O. Ham Building. They are open to anyone from anywhere. Please call 903-892-7344, for more information.

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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 the lake.