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Congratulations to the 2012-2013 Spartan Wrestling Team for placing 5th this past weekend at the State Tournament. Your 2013 placers were sophomore Hunter Hemmings (106 lbs) and senior Brandon Bradley (113) both finished 4th, sophomore Kyle Politz (120) and senior Trent Scates (138) both finished 3rd and junior Carter Clinebell (132) finished as state runner-up. The team finished 5 points out of 3rd Place and 4 points our of 4th Place. Very proud of this team and the 6 guys who were State Qualifiers (including Aiden Jarrett @ 160 lbs).


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Varsity Wrestling



Overview
 

Head Coach
Jeff Harsh

 


The mission of Greater Atlanta Christian School is to help each student grow as Jesus did, in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man. Spartan Wrestling has long been attached to this mission and we believe that our program has been a great tool to help develop young men. We hope you will consider having your son join the Spartan Wrestling Program this season. The Varsity and Junior Varsity Wrestling Teams compete in Area 4-AA here in GA. Practices will be held after school in the Spartan Gym and meets and tournaments will be during the week and on multiple Saturdays. 

If you are interested in having your son join the High School Wrestling Team, please click here to register. Practices for the High School Wrestlers will begin the week of October 28th with optional conditioning taking place the week before on Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Please make sure that your son has completed GACS waiver forms and has a cleared physical form on file.
If you have any questions relative to High School Wrestling, please contact me

Go Spartans! 



Jeff Harsh 

Varsity Wrestling Coach
“As iron sharpens iron, so one man sharpens another.” Prov. 27:17