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  1. Thadd... thank you for the recommendation. Do you have any of his contact info? If so, can you email it to me at [email protected] ? Thank you again. -Tim
  2. Tennessee Soccer Community: Just South of Nashville, in Middle Tennessee, sits the small and thriving community of Mount Pleasant. Situated about 30 miles southwest of Franklin, Mount Pleasant is home to three schools (Elementary, Middle, and High School) that are adjacent to one another creating the potential for a soccer powerhouse on one campus in one very supportive and very enthusiastic community. The Middle School and High School both have school grounds/fields that are ready to be used, school administrators that are ready to take their athletic programs to the next level by building both boys and girls soccer programs and cultivating an appetite for success that envisions future championships. The elementary school is a Reward School that has created a perfect scenario for kids soccer teams to flourish and feed directly into the middle school before stepping onto the pitch in high school, thus creating a pipeline of soccer dominance for many years to come. An adjacent community center is led by a community member who is ready to begin a kids league to support the sport and the future middle school and high school programs. Mount Pleasant schools are a part of Maury County. Maury County Public Schools have seen an increase in involvement in "the Beautiful Game" with new residents contributing to the growth in the community in recent years. Here is what we need: 1. Any unused soccer goals willing to be donated 2. A coach who is ready to partner with stakeholders to build quality student-athletes resulting in state champions in a community ready to embrace this sport and benefit from the citizens the sport of soccer produces. If anyone knows of soccer goals ready to be donated, please email Timothy Drinkwine, Ed.D. at [email protected] Any interested individual who is ready to come to Mount Pleasant and help begin something special needs to also email Dr. Drinkwine (email above). Links to the Mount Pleasant Schools and Maury County Public Schools are below: Elementary - http://mtpleasantelementarymauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ Middle- http://mtpleasantmiddlemauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ High- http://mtpleasanthighmauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ Maury County Public Schools- http://www.mauryk12.org/
  3. Tennessee Soccer Community: Just South of Nashville, in Middle Tennessee, sits the small and thriving community of Mount Pleasant. Situated about 30 miles southwest of Franklin, Mount Pleasant is home to three schools (Elementary, Middle, and High School) that are adjacent to one another creating the potential for a soccer powerhouse on one campus in one very supportive and very enthusiastic community. The Middle School and High School both have school grounds/fields that are ready to be used, school administrators that are ready to take their athletic programs to the next level by building both boys and girls soccer programs and cultivating an appetite for success that envisions future championships. The elementary school is a Reward School that has created a perfect scenario for kids soccer teams to flourish and feed directly into the middle school before stepping onto the pitch in high school, thus creating a pipeline of soccer dominance for many years to come. An adjacent community center is led by a community member who is ready to begin a kids league to support the sport and the future middle school and high school programs. Mount Pleasant schools are a part of Maury County. Maury County Public Schools have seen an increase in involvement in "the Beautiful Game" with new residents contributing to the growth in the community in recent years. Here is what we need: 1. Any unused soccer goals willing to be donated 2. A coach who is ready to partner with stakeholders to build quality student-athletes resulting in state champions in a community ready to embrace this sport and benefit from the citizens the sport of soccer produces. If anyone knows of soccer goals ready to be donated, please email Timothy Drinkwine, Ed.D. at [email protected] Any interested individual who is ready to come to Mount Pleasant and help begin something special needs to also email Dr. Drinkwine (email above). Links to the Mount Pleasant Schools and Maury County Public Schools are below: Elementary - http://mtpleasantelementarymauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ Middle- http://mtpleasantmiddlemauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ High- http://mtpleasanthighmauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ Maury County Public Schools- http://www.mauryk12.org/
  4. Tennessee Wrestling Community: Just South of Nashville, in Middle Tennessee, sits the small and thriving community of Mount Pleasant. Situated about 30 miles southwest of Franklin, Mount Pleasant is home to three schools (Elementary, Middle, and High School) that are adjacent to one another creating the potential for a wrestling powerhouse on one campus in one very supportive and very enthusiastic community. The Middle School and High School both have facilities that are ready to be used, school administrators that are ready to take their athletic programs to the next level by building wrestling programs and cultivating an appetite for success that envisions future championships. The elementary school is a Reward School that has created a perfect scenario for kids clubs to flourish and feed directly into the middle school before setting foot on the mats in high school, thus creating a pipeline of wrestling dominance for many years to come. Mount Pleasant schools are a part of Maury County. Maury County Public Schools have seen an increase in involvement in the sport of wrestling with wrestling programs recently beginning at Spring Hill HS and Columbia Central HS in the past few years. Here is what we need: 1. Any unused wrestling mats willing to be donated 2. A coach who is ready to partner with stakeholders to build quality student-athletes resulting in state champions in a community ready to embrace this sport and benefit from the citizens the sport of wrestling produces. If anyone knows of a wrestling mat ready to be donated, please email Timothy Drinkwine, Ed.D. at [email protected] Any interested individual who is ready to come to Mount Pleasant and help begin something special needs to also email Dr. Drinkwine (email above). Links to the Mount Pleasant Schools and Maury County Public Schools are below: Elementary - http://mtpleasantelementarymauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ Middle- http://mtpleasantmiddlemauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ High- http://mtpleasanthighmauryk12.ss9.sharpschool.com/ Maury County Public Schools- http://www.mauryk12.org/
  5. Dorefan

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    Completely agree. All of those extra names were not only solid wrestlers but friends. Those teams were a lot of fun to be a part of.
  6. Dorefan

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    I was honored to be a part of the 1997 John Overton H.S. team that cracked the USA Today Top 25 National Poll. During the 1995–1998 time frame, the Bobcat wrestlers won the State's Traditional State Tournament twice (1996 and 1997) and finished in the top six twice (sixth in 1995 and second in 1998). Moreover, the wrestling team won the Tennessee state Dual Title in 1997 with an undefeated dual record of 29-0. They finished in the top four in each of those years in the dual tournament having placed fourth in 1995, third in 1996, champion in 1997, and third in 1998. During this time, the Overton wrestlers had many individual state champions and All-Americans such as University of Nebraska recruit, Charles McTorry,[10][11] Eric and Derrick Jordan, former Sacred Heart University Head Coach Casey Brewster, Timothy Drinkwine, Robby Lee, William Hadden, and others. Coach Ralph Gabriel, took the team to many national tournaments such as the US Open in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, the Virginia Duals in Hampton Virginia, the Tournament of Champions in Reno, Nevada. Other tournaments attended were in New Orleans, Central Square, New York, Herndon, Virginia; and Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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