Best Trained Wrestling Gearing up for 2021 -2022 Season. Ready to defend our 2021 TXUSAW State Championship.

Back in March Best Trained captured the TX USAW Youth Team Title and we don’t plan on letting anyone take that title anytime soon….

We are finalizing our schedule and plans for the upcoming season. Stayed tuned over the next few weeks for more information.

Best Trained Wins 2015 Texas Wrestling Greco & Freestyle State Tournaments

Best Trained Greco & Freestyle wrestlers took home team gold as overall champs in both styles – and below are individual results:

Greco:

Jett Moore 1st
Antonio Oliva – 1st
Nissim Pingue – 3rd
Joseph Liescheski – 2nd
Angelo Ferrari – 1st
Kade Moore – 1st
Anthony Ferrari – 1st
Vincenzo Oliva – 2nd
Braxton Brown – 1st
Elise Brown Ton – 2nd
Sean Delmonte – 3rd
Michael Powers – 1st
Noah Yeamans – 4th
Logan Brown – 3rd
Trent Dooley – 3rd
Braden Redlin – 1st
Mark Inglehart – 1st
Matthew Johnson – 4th
Collin McCoy – 1st
Nico Manzonelli – 2nd
Nathan Rankin – 1st & 2nd
Tre Moore – 2nd
Garrett Miller – 3rd
Dalton Miller – 1st
Patrick Bryan – 3rd

Freestyle:

Jett Moore – 1st
Antonio Oliva – 1st
Aiden Cooley – 2nd
Nissim Pingue – 3rd
Joseph Liescheski – 2nd
Angelo Ferrari – 1st
Jackson Dubree – 1st
Kade Moore – 1st
Anthony Ferrari – 1st
Vincenzo Oliva – 1st
Braxton Brown – 1st
Elise Brown Ton – 2nd
Sean Delmonte – 3rd
Michael Powers – 1st
Noah Yeamans – 3rd
Logan Brown – 4th
Trent Dooley – 3rd
Hunter Gibson – 3rd
Braden Redlin – 1st
Collin McCoy – 2nd
Nico Manzonelli – 3rd
Sierra Brown Ton – 1st
Nathan Rankin – 1st & 3rd
Dalton Miller – 3rd
Garrett Miller – 1st
Evan Hackett – 3rd
Patrick Bryan – 3rd
Alex Liles – 1st
Sierra Brown Ton – 1st

Congratulations!

 

 

#BestTrained Results from #FloKickoffClassic

Below are  results for 2014 Kickoff Classic for Best Trained Wrestling.

6 and Under

 

60lbs- Teagan Ruble 2nd place

8 and Under

 

43lbs- Zach Siatka 5th place

10 and Under

 

73lbs-  Angelo Ferrari 3rd place

12 and Under

70lbs- Cade Morgan 4th place

73lbs-  Braxton Brown 2nd place

76lbs-  Anthony Ferrari 3rd place

15 and Under

108lbs-  A.J. Ferrari 3rd place

145lbs-  Braeden Redlin 3rd place

157lbs- Ryan Angeloni 3rd place

Congrats to all, and we are back in the room and putting in work to keep improving!

#BestTrained Results: PreSeason Nationals 2014

It was a great weekend in Iowa at PreSeason Nationals 2014. Below are our BT champions and placers:

Champions:
Angelo Ferrari
Braxton Brown
Braeden Redlin
Sierra Brown Ton

2nd place Alex Liles

3rd place A.J. Ferrari

4th place Garrett Miller

Best Trained Camp: A Wrap

First, let me say thanks to all the wrestlers who attended this week’s camp. We had kids from all over Texas – DFW, Houston, Lubbock, Austin, Pampa and more – as well as wrestlers from PA, KS, MO and OK. Everyone put in a lot of work, showed improvement and wrestled tough over a long four days.

Thanks also to McKinney Christian Academy wrestling for helping organize and for being part of the camp. Also thanks to Coach Joe Heskett and Coach Joe Young from West Point for taking time out to spend 2 full days with us. And once again, thanks to Coach Surber from Tuttle for bringing the team and helping with the camp – for what I believe is close to the eighth year in a row now.

We spent a tough four days drilling, learning technique, live wrestling and making new friends. As we left today, my one parting thought for everyone is to maintain that critical focus on basics and fundamentals – they are KEY to success. At the camp, we focused on some techniques and new moves that will be helpful to many in both the short term and long term.

However, over the years wrestling styles change, new moves and techniques come and go, but I can’t stress enough that if you want to be great, you have be perfect at the basics and perfect at position – above all else.

We have Junior Dual camp and Junior Duals coming up next week, followed by Fargo in July. So, I’m looking forward to some great wrestling over the coming weeks.

Don’t forget to keep checking the website for updates, next year’s schedule and enrollment info for Best Trained Elite and Youth programs.

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Save the Date: Best Trained Camp June 16-19, 2014

Freestyle and greco practices are underway, and we have a tremendous group of wrestlers preparing for the season. As we move into the spring there have been a lot of inquiries about our upcoming camp. While we don’t have all the details finalized, we have set the dates for the camp – June 16-19, 2014.

As soon as we have final details and enrollment info, we will post, so stay tuned!

Best Trained results from last weekend’s big tournaments

Tulsa Nationals: The Ferrari brothers keep their quest alive to win the coveted trinity award by winning the toughest youth tournament in the nation Tulsa Nationals. Angelo Ferrari 8 and under 1st place, Anthony, 10 and under 1st place and A.J. 12 and under 1st place. Other placers were Braxton Brown 12 and under 2nd place and Payton Pierce 3rd place.

Novice state: Tot 56 – Teagan Ruble’s place is 2nd and has scored 16.00 team points.
D1 38 – Zachary Siatka’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
D1 42 – Jett Moore’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
D2 70 – Caden Garcia’s place is 1st and has scored 20.00 team points.

Houston nationals:Tot 56 – Teagan Ruble’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
D1 38 – Zachary Siatka’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
D1 42 – Jett Moore’s place is 2nd and has scored 12.00 team points.
D1 55 – Austin Poe’s place is 5th and has scored 5.00 team points.
D2 52 – Trenton Ruble’s place is 2nd and has scored 12.00 team points.
D2 52 – Max Parman’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
D2 58 – Kade Moore’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Kade Moore (Best Trained Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
D2 75 – Noah Alavi’s place is 2nd and has scored 12.00 team points.
D2 115 – Vincenzo Oliva’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
D3 135 – Dylan Johnson’s place is 2nd and has scored 12.00 team points.
D4 80 – Gabriel Martinez’s place is 4th and has scored 7.00 team points.
D4 100 – Rex Collins’s place is 3rd and has scored 9.00 team points.
D4 142 – Ryan Angeloni’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.
Champ. Round 1 – Ryan Angeloni (Best Trained Wrestling) received a bye () (Bye)
D4 175 – Davis Madole’s place is 5th and has scored 5.00 team points.

D5 115 – Jeffrey Franks’s place is 2nd and has scored 12.00 team points.
D5 145 – Braeden Redlin’s place is 1st and has scored 16.00 team points.

PreSeason Nationals: Great Showing at a Tough Tournament…and more

Once again, Pre-Season Nationals did not disappoint – big tournament with tough competition. This is always a good early tournament to get wrestlers ready for the season with a lot of matches against quality opponents – all in a great venue.

The Best Trained grapplers had an impressive showing, with AJ, Anthony and Angelo Ferrari leading the way, all taking home gold. Even more impressive because it might be the first time 3 brothers have won it in the same year!

Braxton Brown took home silver, while Kade Moore took home a fourth place medal.

Tough matches were also wrestled by Noah Alvi (2-2), Logan Brown (5-2), Ryan Angeloni (3-1, inj def).

For detailed results, visit http://www.trackwrestling.com

Also, competing this weekend in Morrison, OK, Best Trained wrestlers Jeffrey Franks & Robert Franks took home gold with their first place showing, and Cade Morgan bumped up and took home fourth.

Congratulations to all the competitors, a great start to a winning season!