Beat The Streets - New York City Wrestling

Staten Island, New York – In one of the most evenly matched PSAL Wrestling Championship finals in the last five years, Brooklyn Tech held on for a 42-28 victory. The match was a rollercoaster of a dual meet that saw several lead changes, and was not decided until the fourteenth match of the night.

Read more: Brooklyn Tech Holds Off Petrides to Claim 2017...

On Tuesday, February 14, Bronx Science knocked off Curtis High School 53-24 to claim the 2017 PSAL Blended League Wrestling Championships.

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Watch the match live right here on BTSNY's website, 6:30pm, Tuesday, February 14th (backup:

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On Saturday and Sunday, February 11-12, The Division I, II, and girls City Championships took place at Truman High School and Eagle Academy. 300 of the most competitive young wrestlers in NYC took to the mat to prove their standings as the best in the city.

Read more: NYC City Championships See Local Winners Off to...

The best Public Schools Athletic League wrestlers will face off this weekend in the PSAL Division 1, Division 2, and Girls Individual Championships. The Division 2 championships will take place on Saturday, February 11th at Eagle Academy with the finals slated to start at 12:30pm. The Girls Championships are schedule to take place on Saturday, February 11th at Truman with the finals slated to start at 5:30pm. The Division 1 Championships will be spread over two days at Truman with the finals set for Sunday, February 2nd at 3:30pm.

Read more: PSAL Wrestling Championship Weekend – Div 1...

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Rieanna Duncan, a senior at High School for Public Service: Heroes of Tomorrow on Wingate campus, is a semi-finalist for the New York Times College Scholarship Program. The program was designed “as a way to support high achieving yet financially underprivileged high school students” from the NYC community who plan to attend a four-year college.

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Sabrina Cheng, a Townsend Harris High School senior who is a Beat the Streets wrestler, was recently accepted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

Read more: Sabrina Cheng, Townsend Harris Senior and BTS...

On Saturday, March 11, wrestlers and enthusiasts will have a chance to support youth wrestling programs in NYC with the second annual Step Into the Circle tournament. 

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On Friday, January 27, Stevens Institute of Technology and NYU faced off in a dual meet just across the river in Hoboken, NJ. This opportunity allowed 14 NYC kids to witness some great college wrestling and learn more about how to advance their futures towards higher education.

Read more: At Stevens vs. NYU Dual, NYC Kids Watch and...

The 2017 PSAL Wrestling Dual Meet Championships will kick off on Wednesday, February 1st, with the Boys preliminary round matches and the Blended quarterfinal round match ups.

Read more: PSAL Wrestling Dual Meet Championship Brackets...

The 2017 NYC Mayor’s Cup Wrestling Championships took place this past Saturday, January 21 at York College. The Mayor’s Cup was a chance for 225 of New York City’s top high school wrestlers from the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL), the Catholic High School Athletic Association (CHSAA), and the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) to compete for the title of “Best in the City.”

Read more: 2017 NYC Mayor's Cup--Battle for Best in the City

On Monday, January 16, BTS partnered with Edge Hoboken to host the Hoboken Youth Tournament. 60 young BTS wrestlers, between fifth and eighth grades, showed up to compete.

Read more: Hoboken Youth Tournament— a Promising...

BTS is proud to report that NYC wrestlers completed the Eastern States Classic with Brandon Nunez as a champion, Terry Adams as a runner-up, Demitreus Henry as a sixth-placer, and Victor Marzano as a seventh-placer! BTSNY funded the participation of 15 PSAL wrestlers in the tournament, which took place at SUNY Sullivan from January 13 through 14.

Read more: NYC Wrestlers Compete at Eastern States...

The 2017 NYC Mayor’s Wrestling Championships will be taking place at York College on Saturday, January 21st. Admission is free. Spectators can enter at 160-02 Liberty Ave. Jamaica, NY. 11451.

Read more: The NYC Mayor’s Wrestling Championship is less...

On Monday, January 9, 2017, Beat the Streets teamed up with The Door for Life Skills: SAT Prep. 24 BTS student-athletes were pleasantly surprised to find much more than SAT Prep awaiting them at The Door.

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Simon Chee, a Beat the Streets wrestler, was recently accepted into Wesleyan University. He will continue his academic and wrestling career at the college in Middletown, CT in the fall.

Read more: Simon Chee: NYC Student-Athlete Set to Wrestle...

We are extremely pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2017 Gotham City Girls Open Championship, sponsored by Cliff Keen Athletic! The Open will be taking place at Columbia University’s Dodge Fitness Center from April 22 through April 23.

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Wrestlers Jose Perez (left) and Joe Diforte.

On December 13, the PSAL, in cooperation with the New York Yankees, honored 55 student-athletes from New York City at the 2016-17 MVP Scholar Athlete Awards, including several wrestlers associated with Beat the Streets. The dinner and ceremony, which took place at Yankee Stadium, was the seventh year.

Read more: Wrestlers Perez, Diforte Receive PSAL Scholar...

For three days during winter break, young BTSNY wrestlers gathered at Brooklyn Technical High School for the BTS Winter Break Training Camp. Camp, which ran from December 28 to 30, provided as many as 150 participants opportunities to refine skills during the school break and exposed them to peers, female and male, of many ages and experience levels, across the city.

Read more: Young Wrestlers Shed Blood and Sweat at BTS...

On Wednesday, December 28, Beat the Streets held its newest Life Skills installment-- Tough Choices, Good Decisions. The presentation, which was attended by 59 young wrestlers of varying ages, was taught by Coach Randy, an “international keynote speaker, workshop facilitator and edutainer” and CEO of Project NextGen. The event was held at Brooklyn Technical High School following the first day of Winter Break Training Camp.

Read more: BTS Life Skills Class Teaches Young NYC...

More Articles...

  1. NYC Coaches Learn Moves and Systems at BTS Seminar
  2. Nunez leads PSAL Wrestling Contingent at the Sal Difazio Holiday Tournament
  3. Hard Work Pays: BTS Alumnus Joseph Roy Wrestles at Johnson and Wales
  4. BTS Junior League Wrestlers Begin “Students In Action” Training Through Jefferson Awards Foundation Partnership
  5. BTS Launches College Clinic Series with NYU vs Hunter Matchup
  6. BTS Wrestlers Saluted at Long Beach Gladiator Tournament
  7. Gotham City Girls Open Returns to NYC, April 22-23
  8. Bryant Winter Dual Classic Promises Excitement, Dec 3-4
  9. Jaden Olivier: Wrestling and Leading at an Early Age
  10. BTS Rocks the World's Most Famous Arena at Grapple at the Garden
  11. NYC Kids Witness Top College Wrestling at Princeton-Rutgers Dual
  12. BTS Student-Athletes Push Through and Complete Spartan Edge Race
  13. BTS Life Skills Class Teaches NYC Kids Time Management Skills
  14. Kids show competitive advances in Junior League City Championships
  15. Uzbek Student-Athletes Stick Together at Cunningham Junior High
  16. BTS Welcomes Jeff Marsh as Chapter Relations Coordinator
  17. BTS Board Member Hooman 'Mo' Tavakolian to be Inducted into National Wrestling Hall of Fame
  18. The Wrestling Motto: Life Lessons from Wrestler and Future Doctor Ahmed Elsayed
  19. NYC Wrestlers Score Top Spots at Danbury Tournament
  20. BTSNY Welcomes New Training Center Coordinator Jaime Gray
  21. NYC Kids Learn about Nutrition at BTS Life Skills Class
  22. BTSNY App Free to Download in Apple App Store
  23. Melanie Lalman: A Multi-Talented Wrestler Teaches Kids Karate
  24. Italian Olympian Michele Liuzzi Teaches BTS Clinic
  25. BTS Seminar Brings New Skills to NYC Coaches
  26. BTS Announces Middle School to High School Festivals
  27. BTS Launches New Life Skills Program with College Access Workshop
  28. BTS Kids on the Rise at Columbus Day Duals
  29. William Yee: A New Coach, Inspired to Give Back
  30. BTS Coach Jacque Davis Accompanies Girls US World Team to Nation of Georgia
  31. BTS Wrestler Experiences Culture in Dominican Republic
  32. Harvard Wrestling's Jesse Jantzen Joins BTS Board
  33. BTS Board Member Hooman 'Mo' Tavakolian Profiled in InterMat Wrestling
  34. BTS Team Shows Vigor at Waterway Duals Tournament
  35. Interested in Becoming a NYC Wrestling Referee?
  36. BTS Grad Sara Andresen Serves The World in Africa and Beyond
  37. Kids Experiment with Newfound Skills at Big Apple Games Tournament
  38. BTS Kids Put Practice to Use in Summer Heat Tournament
  39. BTS Announces Olympic Wrestling Watch Parties
  40. Buy Tickets to September 15 Fall Fundraiser for BTS
  41. Over 300 BTS Kids Enjoy Summer Camps Across the Country
  42. NYC Boys are Top Performers at Fargo National Tournament
  43. Two BTS Girls Crowned Champions at Fargo National Tournament
  44. Pure Toughness: BTS Alumnus Josh Ferenczy Makes Waves in College Wrestling Scene
  45. Top of the Podium Camp Offers Valuable Wrestling Technique and Life Skills Lessons
  46. Big Apple Games Practices Begin Monday July 11
  47. Beat the Streets to Send 22 Boys, 31 Girls to Fargo National Tournament
  48. BTS Comprises Almost Half of NY's Freestyle Cadet National Duals Team
  49. BTS Leadership Learns New Approaches to Making New Coaches at UWW Educational Course in Los Angeles
  50. Greek Olympian Georgios Koutsioumpas to Coach BTS Practice Thursday, June 16
  51. Truman Crowns Three Individuals, Brooklyn Tech Claims Team Title at 2016 PSAL Girls Wrestling Championships
  52. BTS, UPS to Hold June 8 Job Fair for Students, Parents, Coaches
  53. Beat the Streets 2016 Benefit a Smashing Success in Times Square
  54. Trials and New Courses at Girls' Body Bar Tournament in Irving, TX
  55. Beat the Streets College Combine Connects NYC Kids to Higher Ed Opportunities
  56. United in the Square Streaming Live on FloWrestling
  57. Nearly Sixty BTS Kids Show Off Skills at NY Freestyle and Greco States
  58. 2016 Olympian Robby Smith to Emcee Beat the Streets Event in Times Square Thursday
  59. Beat the Streets Announces Youth Match-Ups with Baltimore, Philadelphia for Annual Gala
  60. USA Junior stars Fix, McKee, Hall, and Valencia to wrestle Iranians at Beat the Streets on May 19
  61. BTS Head Girls Coach Jacque Davis Profiled by Excelle Sports
  62. Beat the Streets Announces Man of the Year Award for Kyle Snyder and Lifetime Achievement Award for Ray Lewis among 2016 Benefit Award Winners
  63. 2016 Gotham City Girls' Open Results
  64. USA Olympians Burroughs, Cox and Bisek receive international opponents for Beat the Streets “United In The Square,” in Times Square on May 19
  65. BTS Kids Qualify for Fargo at Northeast Regionals
  66. First BTS College Combine to Connect Student-Athletes with Higher Education
  67. 100 Days Out: The Road to Rio Pre-Olympic Celebration in Times Square on Weds., April 27
  68. 2016 Benefit to be Streamed Live on FloWrestling
  69. Third Annual Gotham City Girl's Open Tournament Set for May 7 - 8
  70. Ray Brinzer to Coach at BTS Spring Break Training Camp Scheduled for April 25th- April 29th
  71. Marcus Mendoza: Giving His All, on Stage and on the Mat
  72. BTS Girls Perform and Place at Revolution in Springfield Tournament
  73. 'From the Basement to the Penthouse': W.C. Bryant Wrestling's Path to the Championships
  74. Wearing the Orange - Positive Reinforcement Improves Sportsmanship in NYC
  75. BTS Alumni Give Back as Coaches at Successful Boys Club Tournament
  76. Girls Raise Each Other to New Heights at OKC Folkstyle Nationals
  77. John Bowne Rising: How a Coach and a Wrestler Revitalized Their Program
  78. John Bowne Rising: How a Coach and a Wrestler Revitalized Their Program
  79. BTS Girl Wrestlers Excel and Bond at Mohawk Valley Tournament
  80. USA Wrestlers To Face Iran In Times Square In New York City May 19 In “United In The Square,” To Highlight Beat the Streets Annual Benefit Night
  81. Josh Antoine and Deuly Espinal, All-Americans and Beat the Streets Alumni
  82. First Step into the Circle Tournament a Major Success
  83. John Hughes Clinic Set for Wed., March 16
  84. Beat the Streets Announces New Executive Director
  85. At Youth States, BTS Kids Noted as Top Placers and Good Sports
  86. Women’s Wrestling Week: Each One Bring One
  87. Beat the Streets Regular Places at States
  88. BTSNY Wrestlers Make a Strong Showing at Youth States Qualifier
  89. 2016 PSAL Invididual Championships - Winners and Brackets
  90. Bronx Science Wins Inaugural PSAL Blended Wrestling Championships
  91. Read all about the PSAL's new Blended Wrestling League in the New York Times!
  92. Cross-team Comradery In Abundance at 2016 Mayors Cup
  93. Top Four Seeds Advance to PSAL Blended Wrestling League Semifinals - NFHS Network to Livestream Finals
  94. BTSNY Coach Davis Says Managing Expectations is About Incremental Goals
  95. PSAL Dual Meet Championships Kick Off Championship Month
  96. Final Brackets and Team Scores - 2016 Mayors Cup
  97. Bronx Science is the Top Seed Heading into the PSAL Girls & Boys Wrestling Playoffs
  98. 2016 NYC Mayor's Cup Rescheduled for SATURDAY, Jan 30
  99. NYC Wrestlers Show Grit at Eastern States Classic
  100. BTS Middle School Grapplers Compete in Garden State Classic
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