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Rich Manning Heading to Master World Championships

Rich Manning has qualified for the UWW Masters World Wrestling Championships. Rich finished First in Greco-Roman and Third in Freestyle at the US Open in Las Vegas, NV to claim All-American Honors in both styles. In doing so he earned the spot on the USA Masters World Team at 70kg (154lbs). Manning will be competing in Bulgaria on October 9th through the 15th.

He is the Head Wrestling Coach at the UFC Gym in Greenville, SC, where he also trains. Rich also has been a SC-USA Wrestling National Team Coach.

If you would like to help Sponsor Rich on his once in a lifetime adventure, copy and paste this link. https://www.gofundme.com/richmanningworlds%C2%A0 funds will be going towards his airfare, tournament fees, transportation, room and board, and uniform fees.  Any donation is greatly appreciated!  Please help Coach Rich reach his goals in the same way he pushes everyone to reach theirs!

Congratulations Rich on this great honor. We are proud that you are representing South Carolina and the United States on the World Stage. Have fun and kick some...


Girls Throw and Brandy's Hair Goes!

Brandy says goodbye to her hair.

Brandy says "Goodbye to her hair!"

The end of July and Beginning of August, Coach Brandy Green held her first annual "5 Point Wrestling Camp" at High Point Academy. The camp named after the highest point value in wrestling inspired Coach Green to challenge the girls. "If EVERYONE completes a successful back arch throw, Then ..." so the challenge was excepted. Now, it did take a team effort. Some girls were more hesitant than others; but together they got the job done by either throwing another camper or a throwing dummy. Everyone from 18 year old Brooke Richards down to 6 year old Jackie Welch completed the task. To make a long story short Brandy is donating 12 inches of her long blonde hair to "Wigs 4 Kids" (http://www.wigs4kids.org) an organization that makes and donates wigs to children who are loosing hair due to illness like cancer.


Mansfield brings home the Silver Medal

Trevor Mansfield finished second at 63 kg/138 lbs at the UWW Cadet World Team Trials in Akron, Oh on June 2rd and 3th. In the Quarter finals match Trevor defeats Ethan Woods from Florida's Jets WC (12-4);  https://www.flowrestling.org/video/1210054-63-quarterfinals-trevor-mansfield-caveman-wrestling-vs-ethan-woods-florida-jets . In the Semi-Finals Mansfield took on Kevon Davenport (Cadet Pan Am Team member) and came out with an 8-4 victory. https://www.flowrestling.org/video/1210258-63-semifinals-trevor-mansfield-caveman-wrestling-vs-kevon-davenport-shamrock-select. That win gave Trevor the opportunity to face Mason Phillips (Top Notch Training WC) in the finals for a best 2 out of 3 match contest. The first match Mason tech. fall Trevor, 10-1. https://www.flowrestling.org/video/1210676-63-rr-rnd-1-trevor-mansfield-caveman-wrestling-vs-mason-phillips-top-notch-training-wc. In the second of 3 matches, Phillips dec. Mansfield 7-2. https://www.flowrestling.org/video/1210843-63-rr-rnd-2-mason-phillips-top-notch-training-wc-vs-trevor-mansfield-caveman-wrestling. Phillips wins series 2-0. Trevor brings home the Silver Medal.

We are extremely proud of Trevor and his accomplishments. He is a fine representative of the State of South Carolina. Good Luck in the Future.


Team SC takes 13 to Fargo

Team SC took 6 Cadets and 7 Juniors to Fargo, ND for the USMC Juniors and Cadets Greco-Roman/Freestyle National Championships held in the Fargodome on the NDSU Campus. The 13 wrestlers was the 2nd largest South Carolina team to travel to North Dakota. The Team was coached by Trent Goodale, Sean Mansfield and Jake Hart Sr. This years Team started with a 3 day camp at Coach Goodale's Gym the "Cave" in Greenville then the team traveled on the 11th. Our first stop was Purdue University where the team got a good sweat and weight cutting practice in before settling down for the night. Then the next morning traveled to University of Iowa to get another workout in and take time to take pictures with local University coach, Coach Brands. After practice the journey continued to Osage, IA for some rest and to blow off steam prior to continuing the next day to Fargo. Once the team got to there, it was back to practice. This year's team had a great experience even though they did not achieve the goals they set out. Each one wrestled very hard and learned a lot.

Cadets - 126 Israel Schultz (Goose Creek) and Riley Augustine (Eastside), 132 Bailey Wilkins (Rock Hill), 138 Austin Lippencott (Easley) and Josh Cizmadia (Fort Mill) and at 195 Chase Barnes (Eastside).

Juniors - 113 Trenton Patterson (Belton-Honea Path), 120 Jordie White (Eastside), 126 Bo Wooten (BHP), 132 Trevor Mansfield (BHP), 145 Jake Hart (Fort Mill) and Selwyn Porter (White Knoll) at 285 Kraig Correll (Blair Academy)


SC Wrestlers Make NATIONAL DUALS ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS.

For the 2nd consecutive year Trevor Mansfield makes the Junior Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team with a 5-0 Greco record. Then Trevor along with SC Teammate Jake Hart both make the Junior Freestyle All-Tournament Team with 5-0 records. Mansfield finished the 4 day two style event with a 10-0 record and Hart finished the tournaments at 9-1. Mansfield's accomplishments of make both All-Tournament Teams, in the same year, is the first time a South Carolina wrestler has done this feat.

At the Cadet Duals in Greco-Roman South Carolina's Heavy weight X-Zavion Glenn made the Cadet Greco-Roman All-Tournament Team by going 6-0 in York, PA.


20 Girls to Folkstyle Nationals

This past March, Team South Carolina took its largest team of 20 wrestlers to a national tournament. We had 20 Girls go the USAW Girls Folkstyle National Championships in Oklahoma City, OK. The Team consisted of 5 High Schoolers - 2 Juniors and 3 Cadets - and 15 Middle Schoolers and under. Not only was it SC largest team but it was tied for the most girls from any one state along with Georgia. We also brought home the most medals from any state with 10 to include 1 National Champion at Schoolgirl 155 Kyleigh Dean from Aynor (Myrtle Beach Area).

Other All-Americans were;
2nd Place finishers - Girls Division 1 - Lily Hutto (55 lbs), Anna Hannon (80 lbs) and Zoe Yearby (85 lbs).
3rd Place finisher - Girls Division 1 - Dylan Meagher (70 lbs); Dylan lost a True Second Place Match after losing in the Finals in over time.
4th Place finishers - Girls Division 2 - Bre'Azia Williams (118+ lbs) and Skylyr Yearby (118++ lbs)
6th Place finisher - Girls Division 1 - Celie Green (50 lbs)
7th Place finishers - Girls Division 1 - Olivia Ruiz (65 lbs) and Schoolgirl Dasia Yearby (137 lbs)

Team was coached by Brandy Green, Brittany and Brieana Delgado.

Great job by all the SC Wrestlers who represented South Carolina- we are very proud of you!


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PostPoned SC-USAW State Meeting Scheduled

Due to Hurricane Irma our  State meeting has been postponed and re-scheduled for Saturday, September 30th 2017. It will be held at Shoney's 7335 Garners Ferry Rd in Columbia, SC 29209. Take I-77 to exit 9 then head East away from the VA Hospital.

You will be able to have lunch at the meeting.

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Stories of Interest

SC Wrestling would love to hear about any South Carolina Wrestler (Current or Former) in any style. If you have a story or an accomplishment and would like it posted on this website. Please email Robert Delgado at delb4s@aol.com use the subject Story for South Carolina Wrestling then send me your story along with pics. I will do my best to get it on the page.

Thank you for your help.

Robert Delgado