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2015 Fall Session


SESSION FEATURES

WORLD-CLASS TECHNIQUE

Learn the best technique from our talented wrestling staff. Olympic champion, Bobby Weaver, Tommy Rohn & Matt Veres.

Additional clinicians:

  • Randy Cruz Jr. – 2x EIWA Champion, 2X NCAA Qualifier  – Lehigh University, PIAA State Champion
  • Darian Cruz – NCAA All-American, 2X PIAA State Champion, Lehigh University.
  • Elliot Riddick – NCAA Qualifier – Lehigh University, PIAA State Champion

 

IMPORTANT INFO:

Where: Bethlehem Catholic HS
When: Sept. 1 – Oct. 24, 2015 
Who: see calendar for featured instructor
How: sign up online at www.weaverelite.com
 

Practice Schedule:

★Tues: 6:30-8pm. Instructor: T. Rohn
★Wed: 6:30-8pm. Instructor: M. Veres
★Thurs: 6:30-8pm. Instructor: T.Rohn/M.Veres (See calendar)
★Sat: 11am – 12:30pm. Live/Open Room – Randy Cruz Sr. (see calendar for Open Room dates)
★Technique Clinics: See calendar for dates. Instructor: Bobby Weaver/Darian Cruz. Clinics are NOT part of the session fees. Clinics will hold a limited number of wrestlers who must register.
 
 

FALL DUAL TEAM COMPETITIONS

Weaver Elite Wrestling Club develops folk style traveling teams.

We form two full elementary/ middle school teams and one high school team. Each team wears our exclusive reversible sublimated singlets. We continue to compete throughout the year, teaching and improving our wrestler’s technique.

SCHEDULED SCRIMMAGES

Weaver Elite has built many close relationships with other wrestling clubs, in and out of state. This allows us to hold special scrimmage/practices to help both clubs improve.

Bringing outside competition to our wrestling room furthers our effort to improve our wrestlers.

PARTNERING CLUBS

  • Scorpion Wrestling Club, NJ
  • Rock Solid Wrestling Club, PA
  • Renegade Force Wrestling Club, PA

 

Need more info? Contact Chrissy Maag
PH 484 764 7399
E chrissymaag@me.com
 

2014 Freestyle Session

 

FREESTYLE SESSION FEATURES

Due to high demand, we will cap our room attendance. DON’T WAIT – sign up now!

WORLD-CLASS TECHNIQUE

Be prepared for post-season tournaments. Learn the best technique from our talented wrestling staff:

  • Bobby Weaver – Olympic champion, 6x world champion

  • Tommy Rohn – Lehigh University starter, Northampton state runner up

  • Matt Veres – Beca youth coach, 2x Vewl Team Champions, Blair Academy/F&M Graduate

 

Additional clinicians:

  • Steve Mytych – LVAC Sponsored Athlete (Lehigh University), University National Freestyle Champion, 4x NCAA Qualifier, Drexel career-wins leader (137)
  • Randy Cruz Jr. – 2013 EIWA Champion, NCAA Qualifier (True Freshman) – Lehigh University
  • Darian Cruz – 2X PIAA State Champion, Lehigh University Scholarship Recruit.
  • Elliot Riddick – Lehigh University, PIAA State Champion

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TRAVELING TEAM

All weaver elite members will be part our our open-tournament traveling team. Weaver Elite coaches will be present at local and state tournaments to coach wrestlers. Practices will prepare them to compete at these tournaments. Below is our traveling team tournament listing:

  • 4/17 – War at South Jersey Shore
  • 4/26 – Saucon Valley Qualifier
  • 5/2-4, NE Regional Tournament
  • 5/10 – Lehigh Valley Qualifier
  • 5/10 – Kids Club Duals
  • 5/11 – Junior Club Duals
  • 5/30, 31 – PAWF Freestyle States

(this does not include dual meet tournaments)

SCHEDULED SCRIMMAGES

Weaver Elite has built many close relationships with other wrestling clubs, in and out of state. This allows us to hold special scrimmage/practices to help both clubs improve. Bringing outside competition to our wrestling room furthers our effort to improve our wrestlers.

PARTNERING CLUBS

  • Scorpion Wrestling Club, NJ
  • Rock Solid Wrestling Club, PA
  • Renegade Force Wrestling Club, PA

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IMPORTANT INFO:

Note: due to limited spots, we are only allowing wrestlers who meet the following criteria:
  • 3rd grade and/or 9 years old and/or
  • 3 years of varsity  experience

Online payment DOES NOT guarantee your spot. You must meet the above requirements. We reserve the right to refund your money should you not fulfill the eligibility application.

Where: Bethlehem Catholic HS
When:  Apr 15 – June 31,  2014
Who: see calendar for featured instructor
How: sign up online at www.weaverelite.com
 

PRACTICE SCHEDULE:

Session dates: Apr 15 – June 31,  2014
★Tue: 6:30-8pm. Instructor: Tommy Rohn
★Wed: 6:30-8pm. Instructor: Matty Veres
★Thurs: 6:30-8pm. Instructor: Bobby Weaver
★Sat: 12:00-1:30pm. Live/conditioning 
 

SIGN UP

To sign up, click on one of the payment options on the right. Add the option to cart and check out with our online payment center.
 
Need more info? Contact Chrissy Maag
PH 484 764 7399
E chrissymaag@me.com
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Parker commits to Lehigh

Every take down Scott Parker has picked up since stepping onto the Pennridge wrestling mats has inched him closer to his ultimate goal of a state championship. His senior year offers a chance to reach the highest podium.

Besides his back-to-back top four finishes at PIAAs, his neck is drowning in medals, he is closing in on multiple school records and most recently he committed to Lehigh University.

Parker, who plans on majoring in business, had a tough decision between Lehigh, Princeton, Penn and Bucknell. Colleges have shown interest in the standout prior to his high school days, but the 113-pounder kept the focus on what he wanted academically and athletically.

“I had a few other schools in mind, but in the end Lehigh felt right,” Parker said. “Wrestling is important to me, but I need to get a good job as well and I think Lehigh can do that for me.”

Parker was reassured the Patriot League program was the right fit after a summer training with assistant coach Brad Dillon during his run to becoming to Cadet National Freestyle champ at 106 pounds. There was less and less doubt the Parker was destine to become a Mountain Hawk.

“I built a pretty strong relationship with Brad Dillon in Fargo, North Dakota during the Cadet Freestyle championships,” Parker said. “I got closer with all the other coaches as well.”

Verbally committing allows Parker to concentrate on making weight and tacking on a few more wins in his Rams’ career. With a record 105-9 career record he has chance to pass his current Pennridge coach Dan Goetter as the all-time wins leader in school history. But as the college decisions did, the wins will come along during his journey for the coveted state title.

Spring Session Sign Ups

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Spring Session Information

HELD AT FREEDOM & BETHLEHEM CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL


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  • HIGH SCHOOL/JUNIOR HIGH ADVANCED CLASS

Geared toward High School/Junior High aged wrestlers and advanced wrestlers who have already trained with Bobby in past years and/or are Mature enough to handle higher-level instruction.

COST:

$175 -1 WRESTLER

$325 -2+ WRESTLERS (SIBLING)

Thursday Nights – Freedom High School, 6:30-8:00 (INCLUDES LIVE/REVIEW CLASS)

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  • ADVANCED ELEMENTARY CLASS

Geared toward 1st – 6th grade Advanced wrestlers who need to learn higher-level skills as instructed by Bobby Weaver. Instruction is age appropriate and more advanced then normal school-team instruction.

COST

$175 -1 CHILD

$325 -2+ CHILDREN (SIBLING)

Tuesday Nights – Freedom High School, 6:30-8pm (INCLUDES LIVE/REVIEW CLASS)

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  • LIVE WRESTLING/CONDITIONING CLASS

An extra day of wrestling (no instruction), filled with review of Bobby’s teachings and live wrestling and situational drilling. This is a great opportunity to work out with some of the best partners in the state.

COST:

INCLUDED WITH ONE OF THE OTHER CLASSES PURCHASED

Saturday afternoon – Bethlehem Catholic High School, 11-12:30pm (CHECK CALENDAR)

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  • ATTEND ALL CLASSES, ALL NIGHTS

COST:

$200: 1st Wrestler

$350: 2+ wrestlers (siblings)

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THIS IS THE MOST POPULAR TIME OF THE YEAR. DON’T WAIT TO JOIN. CLICK “ADD TO CART” ON THE DAYS YOU’D LIKE TO ATTEND. THIS SESSION IS GUARANTEED TO FILL UP FAST. JOIN NOW!

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Weaver Elite Wrestling Club Information

What Come and learn from the best wrestling clinician, Olympic Champion Bobby Weaver. The Weaver Elite Wrestling Club is world-class, with instruction that guarantees improvement. Get the best work-out partners in the Lehigh Valley and beyond. When

For Most Sessions: Days of the week: -Monday (Instruction): BECA High School, 6:30-8pm -Thursday(Instruction): BECA High School, 6:30-8:00pm Saturday(Live Wrestling): BECA High School, 11:00am -12:15pm Check calendar for lastest updates Length of Session:2-3 days per week, for approx. 10-12 weeks Pricing options: Session Prices: See Join Now Page How

To join in on this club, you must prepay for the session in advance. Click here to see WRESTLING OPTIONS. Payment must be received one week before the first practice. We have provided an online check out service for your convenience. Spots are limited, so hurry! After you pay online, please fill out our online registration form. Click here for online registration form…

Darian Cruz Earns Silver At Freestyle Nationals, Fargo ND

Darian Cruz said the crowd and the mat spotlight and the setting caused him to freeze Friday. The leg he broke in January, however, felt just fine.
Six months after a serious injury ended his freshman season at Bethlehem Catholic, Cruz punctuated his comeback with a silver medal at the USA Wrestling Freestyle national championships in Fargo, N.D. The 15-year-old Cruz swept his bouts in the 98-pound Cadet division before falling 3-0, 1-0 to Phillips Laux of Iowa.
“I felt like once I got out there, my nerves got to me, and I felt really cold,” Cruz said. “I was ready, but then I just got this nervous chill. Still, it was a good week.
The week-long Fargo Nationals, the nation’s biggest wrestling tournament with more than 4,000 competitors, concludes Saturday with the Junior freestyle division. Nazareth senior Zach Horan, who won a national title two years ago, is in the medal round at 125 pounds. Earlier this week, Parkland’s Forest Touchberry (130) and Saucon Valley’s Ray O’Donnell (160) each placed seventh to earn all-America status in the Cadet Greco-Roman tournament.
For Cruz, the national tournament served as a partial substitute for the high school postseason he missed. In January, Cruz sustained a broken tibia, cutting short a freshman season in which he had a 23-3 record and was the area’s top-ranked wrestler at 103 pounds. Cruz attended the regional and state tournaments to watch his teammates, including brother Randy, but felt out of place sitting in the stands.
“I’m saving the postseason I didn’t get to have for all of next year,” Cruz said. “I have the mentality that I still have to wrestle my freshman year. I’ll have all the hype and energy of not wrestling districts, regionals and states at the high school level.”
Cruz’s injury required a cast and boot but no surgery. After having the cast removed, he began rehab and returned to wrestling several weeks after states concluded in Hershey in March.
“He bounced back pretty quickly from that horrific injury,” Bethlehem Catholic coach Jeff Karam said. “His flexibility and movement weren’t what they were before the injury, but over time they came back. This is more or less his postseason.”

Cruz has been wrestling freestyle this offseason, winning a state title to qualify for nationals. In Fargo, Cruz moved comfortably through his bracket, winning eight matches without being taken to the third period.
The championship bout was a rematch between wrestlers who competed in the national duals. Cruz had beaten Laux there and felt he could repeat — until stepping onto the mat for the final.
“I couldn’t get my shots off, and I felt like I was too far away to shoot,” Cruz said. “It was nerves. It was very important for me to place high, definitely in the top two. So I think I did pretty well.”