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Wrestling Basics

Who: Any kid from Morristown , Morris Twp or Morris Plains 1st - 8th grade

Where: Frelinghuysen Middle School , Morristown

When: Practice 2X per week for 1st and 2nd graders (Dec & Jan), 3X per week for 3rd grade and above (Nov - Feb)

A program for each wrestler’s needs, kids advance to next level when they show ability to focus in practice setting and have acquired the skills (advancements can be made during the season.):


  • #1 because its safe and fun (you have to come and see for yourself)
  • We give you 2 weeks to come and try it out before committing
  • It’s a fun sport for kids who like contact sports (football, lacrosse, soccer). Kids compete against kids their own size (where else can a small kid be a champion?)

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Online Registration for the 2015-2016 Season is Now Open

Place Your Order for Gappler Gear at the Spirit Store. It is Open Until December 18th


Open to All Kids in Morristown, Morris Township, and Morris Plains.

The Morristown Junior Colonials wrestling is open to all kids in Morristown, Morris Township and Morris Plains in grades K-8. In general our practices are as follows (check out our calendar for specifics.):

  • Pre-Clinic (K-2) starting Dec 2nd - Tuesday (6-7 PM) and Saturday (8-9 AM)
  • Clinic (3-4) - Monday & Thursday (6:30-8:00) and Saturday (9:00-10:15)
  • JV/Varsity - Monday, Tuesday & Thursday (6:30-8:00) and Saturday (10:00 - noon)

Access the 2015-2016 Schedule- Please check this link periodically for changes to the practice and match schedule.


Interested in making a donation to the MoTown Grapplers Club? You can now make a donation online via PayPal.

Truth about Wrestling

So, your son tells you that he wants to take wrestling and you immediately envision him being lifted into the air by a testosterone filled kid wearing a Superman costume. If the idea of wrestling brings fear to your mind based upon the images portrayed by what you have seen on t.v., then put your mind at ease. Youth wrestling is very different from the professional wrestlers on WWE.

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All About Wrestling - A New Parent's Introduction

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Ten Good Reasons for Football Players to Wrestle

By Bill Burlingame, former assistant football and wrestling coach, East Liverpool High School, OH

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“I believe that wrestling as adopted and practiced in prep schools and uni-versities, under trained coaches, is one of the best constructive sports that an individual can take part in and should be encouraged in prep schools, universities, and other institutions whose aim is to develop young men."

- Knute Rockney, Norte Dame Football Head Coach

"Well-respected by coaches and teammates for his tough, aggressive nature (comes from his prep wrestling background)"

- NFL Draft Scout on Alex Stepanovich

"I would have all of my Offensive Lineman wrestle if I could."

- John Madden, NFL Hall of Fame Football Coach

“I never met a wrestler that was a coward.”

- Joe Gibbs, Washington Redskins Head Coach


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