Team Type: Youth - Club Team
Style of Wrestling: Freestyle, Greco-Roman, Folkstyle
Age Range: 5 - 19
Affiliation: USA Wrestling (USAW)
Sub-Affiliation: Ohio State Association
About the Coaches: Coaching: Doc Leffler will orchestrate the overall Coaching structure – local area coaches will have significant contributions. Guest clinicians will be brought in for special events. Competitions: This club will compete in regional, state competitions this spring. Additional competition will be dictated by the team's level of preparedness.
Coach Leffler started the wrestling program at Toledo St. Francis de Sales High School in 1956 and continued as head coach for 15 years. During that time, the Knights put together Ohio's longest high school dual meet win streak of 120 consecutive wins. In 1966-67, Coach Leffler was the president of the Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association. During his tenure his high school team won two State Championships in 1964 and 1970. In 1971 Coach Leffler was the first coach named as the Ohio High School Coach of the Year. Doc is a member of the Ohio High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame. He is a member of the University of Toledo's Athletic Hall of Fame as a wrestler. In 1971 Doc campaigned the US Junior World Wrestling Team to Japan. In 1972 Doc coached the US Junior World Team in the Greater European Games in Trieste, Italy. Doc has coached 11 individual Ohio High School State champions. Doc's most recent State Champion was Sli Bostleman in 2006. This past season, Doc was instrumental in the success of the Toledo Central Catholic High School wrestling program. CCHS ended it's season with a 4th place finish in the 2009 Division II OHSAA State Championship. With a school record of six state qualifiers and four state placers.
Coach - Roshawn Jones
Coach Roshawn L. Jones is from Toledo, Ohio and is a former Roy C. Start wrestler. Coach Jones was a 3 time city champ and named the league’s Most Valuable wrestler in 2007, 3 time sectional champ, 3 time state qualifier, and a 2 time state placer. Roshawn’s wrestling career was unfortunately cut short due to suffering a neck injury and was unable to wrestle in college. Coach Jones has decided to pass his wealth of wrestling knowledge onto the FoxFire athletes to help them become great young men, not only in wrestling, but in life period.
Cost/Rates: This 13 week session is $75/beginners and $100/experienced.
12,000 Sq Ft Training Facility including wrestling, strengh training, cardio areas, office and lobby areas with wireless internet throughout!