Practices start on Monday, November 4th, 2019


Mondays and Thursdays

6:30-7:30 pm - Pre-K - 3rd Grade

6:30-8:00 pm - 4th - 8th Grade


All practices are in the

Vista Ridge High School
Wrestling Room


Vista Ridge High School

  • Address
    200 S Vista Ridge Blvd
    Cedar Park, TX 78613


Please be sure your child has clean workout clothing for every practice

Appropriate Clothing
  • Shorts-Wrestlers should wear snug fitting athletic shorts or sweatpants
  • Shirts-Short or long sleeve, snug fitting, dry fit, or athletic t-shirts
Inappropriate Clothing
  • No pockets, exposed buttons, zippers, other sharp objects, or patterns/prints that are rough.
  • No baggy clothing and "hoodies"


Required Gear
  • Wrestling Shoes
    Regular tennis shoes are not allowed on the mats.
  • Wrestling shoes should not be worn outside
    Please change into wrestling shoes at practice and put them on/off in the wrestling room.
  • Water Bottle
    Please bring a liter size or larger water bottle to practices.
Recommended Gear
  • Wrestling Headgear
    Headgear protects ears from damage and injury
  • Mouthguard
    Wrestlers with braces are required to wear mouthpieces for competitions.  We also recommend wearing them at practice.
Recommended Online Wrestling Stores

We encourage parents to stay in the wrestling room during practice.

Why do we invite you in the room?

  • Learn more about the sport of wrestling
  • Support your wrestler by gaining knowledge on wrestling technique and language
  • Participate by becoming a volunteer in the room and work with your wrestler and others. (Especially the Pre-K to 3rd grade age group)

Expected parent etiquette in the practice room

  • Please do not talk during coach instruction time
  • Stay positive at all times
  • Please work with all wrestlers in the room
  • Have fun!

The coaches will be firm on these simple expectations and parents will be asked to leave the room if they are not followed. 

Here's some inspirational wisdom Wrestling Coach and all around tough guy Rick The Rasslin' Dad picked up over his illustrious wrestling career.