Freestyle and Greco State Week of PreparationPosted by Nick Stewart on Monday, April 30th, 2018
Freestyle and Greco Indiana State are coming up this weekend, so in preparation the Jeffersonville RTC is having a week filled with the best clinicians you can get. Blake Maurer, Chad Red (SR), Brayton Lee, Spencer Adams, Mason Parris, and Matt Coughlin all will be running practices throughout the week (thats 12 state titles if your counting).
All practices will run from 4PM to 6PM (unless noted). Be sure to bring your USA Card and gas money for the clinician (if you can).
Mater Dei’s Blake Maurer will be running practice Monday. In high school, Coach Maurer was a four time state champion, is inducted in the Indiana Hall of Fame, and wrestled for the Ohio State University. He currently runs the Maurer Coughlin Wrestling Club, which alumnus include Nick and Joe Lee and Paul Konrath.
Red Cobra’s Chad Red (SR) and Brownsburg’s Brayton Lee will be heading up practice Tuesday. Coach Red was the former coach of New Palestine HS, where his son was a four time state champ under him. Brayton Lee is a three time state champion for Brownsburg and will be attending the University of Minnesota. Currently he is the top 152lb in the nation.
Wednesday features a double header of Bellermine University’s Spencer Adams and Mason Parris, the three time state champion and #1 wrestler in the United States.
Coach Spencer Adams is the head coach at Bellermine and was three time NAIA All-American in college. Bellermine is a Division II college located across the river in Louisville and is a program on the rise. Mason Parris is a three time state champion for Lawrenceburg and will be wrestling for the University of Michigan next year. Mason is currently #1 in the nation at 220lb and is a FloNationals champion.
Note that the Bellermine portion will start early at 3PM.
The week is closed out by Matt Coughlin, the other half of the Maurer Coughlin Wrestling Club. In high school, Coach Coughlin was a two time state champion for Evansville Mater Dei and was a two time All-American for Indiana University.