CROSSVILLE — Stone Memorial Panther Middle School wrestling program for those in the 6-8 grade begins at SMHS on Monday, Nov. 5. Practices are every weekday, 4:45-6 p.m., except when SMHS has a match. The cost is $60 and you can try it one day for free. All wrestlers must be zoned for SMHS. Experience is not required. Wrestlers are matched by size. Your time with Panther Middle School wrestling will prepare you for high school wrestling at SMHS. The only equipment not provided by the team is wrestling shoes, which can be purchased for $30. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Coach Brian Parker.
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SMHS track teams compete at Tennessee Relays
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SMHS tennis team loses twice to Rhea County
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CRYSA registration is going online
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