Batavia High School has competed in the sport of wrestling since 1957. Wrestling is a no cut sport and offers athletes regardless of size or experience the opportunity to learn from experienced and dedicated coaches and become a part of a very special sporting fraternity.. We field Varsity, JV, and Freshmen boys teams, and more recently, have built one of the most successful girls teams in the state. Wrestlers have carried the lessons learned on the mat to future success at all levels of collegiate wrestling and have excelled academically and professionally after leaving Batavia High.
The sport of wrestling teaches young men and women to live the right way: to be disciplined, to be humble, to be thankful for the opportunities in our lives, to maintain the highest ethics of hard work, to sacrifice for the good of themselves and for their teammates, to be self-accountable, to be healthy, to become tough and resilient, to prioritize, make goals and to work tirelessly toward those goals, TO PROVERBIALLY STARE DOWN ADVERSITY, ATTACK IT HEAD-ON, WRESTLE IT TO THE GROUND AND DEFEAT IT. This is what becoming a wrestler is.
Thanks to everyone who joined us for our team get together at Johnson Mound on Saturday.
Mikey Caliendo recently announced his intention to compete collegiately for North Dakota State in the Big 12 Conference.
The IHSA has formally announced its plans to proceed with a Spring season for wrestling starting on April 19
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