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  1. 2021 OHIO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS The 29th Ohio Tournament of Champions is scheduled to be held on April 24, 2021, at the Ohio Expositions Center (Ohio State Fairgrounds), in Columbus, OH. While you will be able to register for the Tournament starting on December 1, 2020, (www.ohiotofc.com), the payment option will not appear until we have been given approval, by the Expo Center, that the event can safely be held. Once we receive word that it can, we will notify all those that have registered and let them know that they can log back in to complete the payment
  2. 2021 OHIO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS The 29th Ohio Tournament of Champions is scheduled to be held on April 24, 2021, at the Ohio Expositions Center (Ohio State Fairgrounds), in Columbus, OH. While you will be able to register for the Tournament starting on December 1, 2020, (www.ohiotofc.com), the payment option will not appear until we have been given approval, by the Expo Center, that the event can safely be held. Once we receive word that it can, we will notify all those that have registered and let them know that they can log back in to complete the payment pr
  3. NOTE: Top 6 wrestlers at 2013 & 2014 Missouri Challenge are already eligible to compete. To All Wrestlers, Coaches and Parents, Registration is now open for the 2014 Ohio Tournament of Champions, scheduled for April 26, at the Columbus Convention Center, in Downtown Columbus, OH. A few notes for the 2014 tournament: 1. Entry fees remain the same for this year ($65 for first entry and $40 for each additional entry, from the same immediate family). Open Division wrestlers also remain the same at $40. As has been the case the past two years, there is a
  4. 2014 Ohio All-Star Wrestling Team ***First 15 wrestlers have been named (representing 5 states) ***Selection Committee decides to expand roster to accommodate at least 26 wrestlers October 13, 2013 Fifteen spots have now been filled on the 2014 Ohio All-Star Wrestling Team, which will mark its 32nd Anniversary Tour next summer. From these initial 15 spots, five states (Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Massachusetts and Missouri) are already represented and, according to Team Chairman Bart Freidenberg, applications from several other states have been received and not yet voted on. You
  5. Current team Members: Wrestler #1: Elijah Perkins, 125 pound 9th grader, from Miamisburg, OH. Elijah was 25-0 during his 2013 Junior High Season; 2nd at the 2013 Ohio TofC and placed 6th at the OAC States. Straight A student. Wrestler #2: David Crawford, 130 pound 8th grader, from Canfield, OH. David was 2nd at the 2013 Ohio TofC, 2nd at 2013 OHIOWAY States and had a 65-10 record last season. Straight A student. Wrestler #3: Jacob Lagoa, 115 pound 7th grader, from Ashtabula, OH. This past season, Jacob had a 93-11 record and placed 1st at the Ohio Tournament of Champions, OHIOWA
  6. October 5, 2013 Dear Coaches, Parents & Wrestlers, This e-mail will serve as a final reminder, that if you are at all interested in submitting an application, for a wrestler to be considered for the 2014 Ohio All-Star Wrestling Team, that they are due by October 23. (for an application, please e-mail bdbop@aol.com AND non Ohio wrestlers may apply) Again, interested wrestlers must currently be enrolled in 6th-9th grade (5th graders may be considered), have an estimated summer weight of 68-145 pounds and have a 2.5 (B-/C+) grade point average. Next summer will mark the OA
  7. The Ohio All-Star Wrestling Team is looking to add one youth wrestler, from Georgia, to its roster for 2014. Those interested need to currently be enrolled in grades 6-9, have a GPA of 2.5 (B-/C+) or better and have an estimated summer weight of 65-145 pounds. While applications are due by October 23, the team is naming one team member every three days, and currently has named the first 8 team members. These 8 members, as well as additional information on the team, can be found under the other post about the team. Next summer, 21 of the top youth wrestlers, from the Eastern USA, will
  8. Short promotional video one parent put together about the team can be viewed here:
  9. Dear Parents & Wrestlers, We continue to announce one new member of next summer's Ohio All-Star Wrestling Team every three days, but many of you have e-mailed about who might be coaching the Ohio All-Star team next summer. Well, I am happy to be able to announce that the following individuals have indicated their desire to help coach the team, based of course on their schedule. 1. Mark Jayne - Mark recently moved back to the Cleveland area, from Chicago, where he was a High School Coach. He will now be an Assistant at Lakewood St. Edward High School. He was a 3x Ohio High Schoo
  10. 2013 Quotes “I think the trip was honestly one of the best things that I have ever done. This trip has taught me so much. It teaches you how to deal with other kids, how to manage money and many other things. Personally, I think the experience was fantastic. More than half of the stuff we did, I will never have the chance to do again. At the end of the trip, you have 20 new brothers. The wrestling was fantastic and I learned so much. I’ll never forget this trip and I’ll have memories that will last a lifetime.” Matt Cabezas (MA), 2013 Ohio TofC-7th place “Picking Aarron
  11. September 1, 2013 Dear Parents, Coaches & Wrestlers, _ _ The Ohio All-Star Wrestling Team is now accepting applications for its 2014 summer tour. Interested wrestlers must currently be enrolled in the 6th-9th grade, have at least a 2.5 G.P.A. (B-/C+ average) and have an estimated summer weight of 65-145 pounds. NON OHIO WRESTLERS MAY APPLY and more than 500 wrestlers, representing 23 states (see list at end), have participated since the team began in 1983. ---To request an application, please send your request to: bdbop@aol.com __ _ ***Current plans are for the 2014 tour
  12. OHIO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS - APRIL 20, 2013 - COLUMBUS, OH ***2800 WRESTLERS EXPECTED TO COMPETE*** Named the Top Youth Wrestling Tournament in the USA & The Tournament where Kyle Dake & David Taylor first met TofC Alumni Include: Kyle Dake * David Taylor * Logan Stieber * Quentin Wright * Jordan Oliver * Ed Ruth * Nico Megaludis * AJ Schopp * Robert Hamlin * Hunter Stieber * Mathew Brown * Dustin Kilgore * Ben Bennett April 1, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The final registration deadline for this year's Ohio Tournament of Champions has been set at Saturday
  13. PRESS RELEASE - JANUARY 27, 2013 RE: 21ST OHIO TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS - APRIL 20, 2013 COLUMBUS CONVENTION CENTER - COLUMBUS, OH For Additional Information Contact: Bart Freidenberg at bart@ohiotofc.com or visit the Event Website at: http://www.ohiotofc.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Attention Wrestling Coaches, Parents and Wrestlers, Registration for the 21st Ohio Tournament of Champions, to be held April 20, at the Columbus Convention Center (Columbus, OH), is now u
  14. Dear Potential 2013 Ohio All-Star Team Members & Parents, You are invited to the following site to view photos from this past year's Ohio All-Star tour. Hopefully this will allow those of you, who are considering applying for the team, to understand a bit more about what goes on during the tour. http://ohioallstarwrestlingteam.shutterfly.com/ Again, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call. Yours in Wrestling, Bart Freidenberg OASWT
  15. I thought I would comment on two additional concerns I have heard from some folks: the length and cost of the trip LENGTH Back in 1983, the trip was only three weeks in length, and cost close to $2000. Over the years, it eventually expanded to the current six weeks (it was actually seven weeks in 2007, our 25th year, as we added a week in Hawaii). Keep in mind that these kids generally do not know each other before they meet up at the training camp, just prior to the start of the tour and it generally takes a couple of weeks before they really started to get to know everyone on the
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