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Developing wrestling skills at Algonquin

Northborough/Southborough – Team members and coaches of Algonquin Youth Wrestling gather at one of the 12 sessions of the spring program's Youth Wrestling Technique Clinic held at the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Wrestling Room. Meeting twice weekly from March 1 through April 7, boys and girls in grades four through eight were learning amateur wrestling techniques while developing balance, flexibility, coordination, body awareness and self-confidence to help prepare them for the next winter program's competitions. The clinic is led by youth coach Gordon Wrin and Junior Varsity and youth coach Terry Camara, along with ARHS coaching staff and varsity standouts.

Team members and coaches of Algonquin Youth Wrestling gather at one of the 12 sessions of the spring program's Youth Wrestling Technique Clinic held at the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Wrestling Room. PHOTO/EDKARVOSKIJR.

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