CBC Youth Wrestling is looking for new students!!

cropped-image1.jpgCBC Youth wrestling is looking for new students for its youth program.  Wrestling classes are held Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5:00-7:00 pm and Saturday 10:00-12:00.

We are accepting students of all ages & skill levels.

You can register your child at the Raynham Dog Track, 1958 Broadway, Raynham MA.  We are located in the Grandstands, 2nd level.

Monthly fees $125.00 includes all classes.

STCC Youth Tourney 10/19/14

DSC_0098Great day of wrestling out in Springfield yesterday at STCC. CBC Youth was well represented by the following team members:
Kyle H.
Ken H.
Dom C.
Jack F.
Mason P.
William S.
It was the first wrestling tournament for Jack F. and Mason P. They both showed huge improvement in their wrestling skills. Mason wrestled his way to a 2nd place finish. Dom C. Placed 1st and William S. wrestled back to place 3rd in a very competitive bracket.

CBC Youth Wrestling Practice tonight 5:00-7:00 pm @ the Raynham Dog Track

CBC Youth Wrestlers @ MAWA Regionals


imageTeam CBC Youth Wrestlers traveled 7 hours to compete in the Mid Atlantic Wrestling Association “MAWA” Regional Tournament being held in Coal Township PA.  The CBC wrestlers qualified for the regional tournament by placing in the top 3  at the MAWA Districts held in Londonderry NH.

The gymnasium was filled to capacity with the very best youth wrestlers on the east coast.  The skill level at the MAWA Regionals was impressive if not intimidating.  There were no easy age or weight class in the tournament.  The entire trip was a great learning experience for the youth wrestlers.


Team CBC wrestled hard and many of the wrestlers won their 1st and 2nd matches of the tournament.  Although no one from CBC qualified for the MAWA Nationals we did have several place winners.  Wrestling for Team CBC were:

Colby MacIntosh, Shaymus MacIntosh, Gaige Hughes, Brandon Winn, Aiden Winn, Devin Winn

Congrats to our wrestlers!


“PRIMED 4 GOLD” Elite Wrestling Camp

AUGUST 9/10, 2014

  • 2008 U.S. Champion and U.S. Olympian (74kg freestyle)
  • Two-time NCAA Champion for Missouri at 174 pounds (2006, 2007)
  • Four-time NCAA finalist and All-American (2004-07)
  • Three-time Big XII Conference champion
  • Two-time Dan Hodge Award winner
  • Two-time Schalles Award winner
  • Career 153-7 record at MU
  • Won 93 matches by fall (fourth-most in NCAA history)
  • Won 18-consecutive matches by fall in the first period (NCAA record)
  • Undefeated over his last two years of competition at MU
  • Won his last 87 matches in a row (Top 10 in NCAA history)
  • Four-time NWCA All-Academic selection
  • Four-time Academic All-Big XII selection
  • Graduated from Missouri in 2007

Ben Askren, highly decorated 2008 U.S. Olympic Freestyle team member, is one of the most well known wrestlers in the United States. After being a four-year starter at 174 pounds for Missouri (2004 -07) and a four year college coach, Askren moved back to Wisconsin to train at Roufusport MMA and help coach at AWA.

Askren put together an impressive collegiate career that saw him advance to the finals of the 174-pound weight class four times and capturing the national title in each of his last two seasons in Columbia (2006 and 2007). The four-time All-American and three-time Big XII champion was a dominant force in his final two seasons as he went undefeated and won 87 matches in a row, which ranks among the Top 10 all-time in NCAA history. Along with 93 career wins by fall, Askren also collected an NCAA record by pinning 18-consecutive opponents in the first period of their matches.

For his success on the mats as a junior and senior, Askren was honored by W.I.N. Magazine as its Dan Hodge Award winner, an award given annually to the top collegiate wrestler. In those same years, Askren won the Schalles award twice for the NCAA’s best pinner as well as the Outstanding Wrestler award at the 2006 NCAA Championships. He completed his career with a record of 153-7 and added four Academic All-Big XII honors to his mantel.

After earning his degree from MU in 2007, Askren remained in Columbia and served as a volunteer assistant coach, working alongside Charles for two years before both came to Tempe. Additionally, he and Max began their wrestling camps, allowing kids a glimpse of the highly stylized approach toward the sport of wrestling. Simultaneously, during his two years after graduating, Askren continued to hone his skills and went on to capture the 74kg freestyle championship at the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team Trials. With the victory came a spot on the Team USA roster and trip to the Beijing Olympics where he posted a 1-1 record on the world’s largest stage.

A native of Hartland, Wis., Askren was a two-time Wisconsin state champion (2001, 2002) and also was a three-time high school All-American (2000-02). During his prep days, he won the 2002 Junior National tournament and was the runner-up at the High School Nationals while also taking fourth in the FILA Junior Freestyle Nationals. One year prior, he also took fourth in the FILA Cadet Freestyle Nationals and was fifth in the 2000 Cadet Greco-Roman Nationals.