Note: For the high school and middle school PSAL Big Apple Games, NO BTS ID Card or USA Wrestling Membership is required! In addition, free breakfast will be served at the Manhattan Training Center Monday-Thursday at 8:30am, and free lunch will be served at both the Manhattan Training Center and Eagle Academy, Monday-Thursday, after sessions.
An Evening with David McCormick was enjoyed by a full house last night at the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan. Discussion ranged from wrestling to business, and everything in between.
Co-President at Bridgewater Associates and
former West Point wrestler
Join fellow wrestlers and friends of wrestling for an evening of networking and wrestling history.
Beat the Streets student-athlete Freddy Guevera was one of only two New York wrestlers
named to the All-Tournament Freestyle Team at the Schoolboy National Duals held June 4th-8th in Indianapolis, IN.
Athletes that went undefeated after wrestling a minimum of five matches over the course of the tournament were named to the All-Tournament Team. Guevera, who will be a freshman at Eagle Academy in the Bronx this fall, went 7-0 in his Freestyle matches while competing in the 136 lbs. weight class for Team New York.
Great job, Guevera!
The Annual PSAL Wingate Awards Ceremony was held last night, recognizing the most outstanding senior student-athletes in each of the PSAL’s 44 respective sports.
Winning the titles for Boys Wrestling was Said Kakhramonov of New Utrecht High School. Sara Andresen of Hunter College High School took home the honor for Girls Wrestling. Said is coached by Chris Freiedrich, and Sara by Rafael Soto.
Born in Samarkand, Uzbekistan, Said began training in Judo at age seven, then moved to Brooklyn in 2010, where he began training in folkstyle wrestling at New Utrecht. By 2012, he had won the Judo National Championship, taken 3rd at the NYC Mayor’s Cup, and was a runner up in the PSAL DI Championships.
In the period from 2012-2013, Said became Assistant Captain of the Utes, took 2nd place at Mayor’s Cup, claimed the PSAL DI Championship, and took 6th at New York States. Just a year later,
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