Ocean Springs High School to host Wrestle for Hope K-8 girls tournament in March
February 27th, 2020 | Written by: Editor



On March 21st Ocean Springs High School in Mississippi will host a Wrestle 4 Hope All-American Girls Classic wrestling tournament for girls entering kindergarten through eighth-grade.  Proceeds from the events will benefit breast cancer research via  Click here for registration information.

The following information comes from Coach Jason A. Guiducci of the Springtowne Wrestling Academy of Vallejo, California:

Wrestle4Hope VIII is heading to Mississippi in 2020...

Join us on March 21, 2020 at Ocean Springs High School and make history at Mississippi's ​1st Ever Girls Youth Tournament!!!!

 The event is co-hosted by:

The Springstowne Wildcat Wrestling Academy
and the Ocean Springs Wrestling Academy. 

It will be held at the Ocean Springs High School Gymnasium
​6701 Old Spanish Trail
Ocean Springs, Mississippi, 39565
The goal of Wrestle4Hope is to begin an ambulatory national event designed to promote girls wrestling at the grassroots K-8 level on a regional and national scale.

Assisted by high school and college females acting in mentorship roles as referees, the dream came to fruition in Ohio in 2013 and made its way to Maryland in 2014, California in 2015, Arkansas in 2016, New Mexico in 2017, South Carolina in 2018 and back to California in 2019.

As a goodwill event it instills in the competitors a sense of camaraderie through the philanthropic effort of raising money.  Since its inception the tournament has raised $9225 to fund Breast Cancer Research.

Please click on the flyer image above or here for times, rules, ages, registration information and other information.

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