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new providence pal wrestling 2021

Welcome to Wrestling!

NP PAL Wrestling, Chatham and Summit youth wrestling programs are combined and wrestle together as one team named “Hill Valley Wrestling Club.

NP PAL Wrestling is committed to building and supporting our youth wrestling program that fosters the development of character, sportsmanship, teamwork, work ethic, courage, community, respect and honesty in all of our student athletes.

2023-24 Season UPDATE


September 5 – October 1, 2023 (PK – 8th Grade)


November 13, 2023 – March 2024


NJYWL, Future Stars and KOM


Due to the challenges with the timing of delivery and irregularities in sizing, we have switched vendors for our HVWC team gear to Thompson’s Sporting Goods (522 Morris Ave, Summit NJ 07901 – Phone: 908-273-0660).  Thompson’s is local vendor with decades of experience outfitting sports teams.  The switch to a local vendor will allow your wrestler to go to the store to be fitted to ensure proper sizing.

All wrestlers competing for HVWC need to have, at a minimum, a singlet and warm up gear to wear in order to compete in our travel program. We have deliberately kept this year’s gear consistent with last year’s, so if are a returning wrestler and your gear still fits, you don’t need to order anything new.

The Team Store is now open and closes on October 1, 2023 in order to ensure it arrives prior to our first match, so please order asap.  Once the store closes, it will not re-open, and if you miss the deadline you will need to go into Thompson’s to order directly, which will delay delivery and increase the cost.

Please check out this team store link.


Saturday morning: Clinic (young/first year wrestlers) ||| The program will focus on body movement, fundamental skills, and creating an environment of fun to encourage passion around the sport.

Monday/Wednesday: Novice (young wrestlers or those still getting comfortable with the sport) ||| Seeks to create skill-strong novice athletes who are prepared competently and confidently compete in live wrestling situations. The program will focus on body movement, fundamental skills, and creating an environment of fun to encourage passion around the sport. Those wanting to compete will be given options in select novice tournaments, KOM and/or Future Stars leagues.

Tuesday/Thursday: Travel (Competition Teams) ||| Individuals will be competing in the Future Stars and NJYWL leagues based on skill level and experience. FOCUS: improving and refining technique by exposing athletes to a variety of wrestling styles, skills, and moves.

For more information and Hill Valley Wrestling Club updates, please check out our website. Hill Valley Wrestling Club

Jeremy Ferguson
HVWC, Wrestling Commissioner


Join us for the upcoming season!



New Providence PAL Wresting Program

Core Principles

  • FUN: Wrestling is a sport. Sports are supposed to be fun. At its most basic level, having fun is the primary reason to engage in the sport of wrestling.
  • PHYSICAL FITNESS: Wrestling provides student athletes with the opportunity to develop a wide range physical skills and attributes –strength, agility, stamina and athleticism. In the process, student athletes will develop a love for exercise and appreciation for physical fitness that will help to shape their lives going forward.
  • TEAMWORK, CAMARADERIE & COMMUNITY: Wrestling affords student athletes the opportunity to work together in a dynamic team setting that develops a sense of shared purpose, teamwork, respect, camaraderie and community. Our student athletes will benefit from the shared experience and develop more quickly as individuals through the collective effort of the team.
  • BENEFITS OF INDIVIDUAL CHALLENGES AND ACHIEVEMENT:  While pursued in a team setting, wrestling is an individual sport at its core. Finding the internal resolve and courage to test oneself against another individual is a life altering experience that can help to positively shape an individual’s future.
  • CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT: Wrestling develops character. The longer that individuals choose to participate in the sport, the more that basic premise rings true. The sport teaches, and ultimately requires, self-reliance, discipline, independent thinking, courage, passion, grit, toughness, honesty and self-confidence. It is a sanctuary where individuals can test their mettle and explore the limits of their potential – inevitably finding those limits and committing themselves to pushing them back. It provides the opportunity to reach for an uncertain goal with 100% of your heart and soul – requiring you to combine a well devised plan of action and reckless abandon simultaneously. It is where greatness can be achieved – not through the act of winning but rather summoning the courage step into the arena and truly go for it. When done properly, this process is invigorating, emboldening and fun. And yet, there is no mystery to it.

Coaching Principles

  • FUN AND SAFE ENVIRONMENT: We will focus on creating a fun and safe environment for our children to experience the benefits of this great sport.
  • FOCUS ON BASIC WRESTLING TECHNIQUES: We will teach a few basic wrestling techniques and practice them repetitively with the goal of providing a foundation for the sport of wrestling. These same basic techniques are applicable at the highest levels of national and international competition.
  • PROCESS ORIENTATION OVER OUTCOME ORIENTATION: We will focus on learning how to learn while not being afraid to fail. We understand that nobody enjoys losing but recognize that a process orientation is crucial to longer term personal and athletic development.
  • UNDERSTAND THE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS OF EACH CHILD: We recognize that each child is different – physically, mentally and emotionally. We appreciate that finding the courage to step out and challenge another individual can be intimidating and scary. We will attempt to understand and meet the needs of each child individually.

Practice Schedule

  • CLINIC PROGRAM (K-3) Saturday mornings 9-10:30 at the Chatham Municipal Building (58 Meyersville Rd, Chatham NJ 07928)
  • NOVICE PROGRAM: Monday & Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm location to be determined.
  • TRAVEL PROGRAM: Tuesday & Thursdays 6-7:30pm and Saturday Morning 9-10:30am at the Summit Middle School Mueller’s Gym (272 Morris Ave, Summit NJ 07901).

Competition Schedule

  • Details will be forthcoming

If you’re interested in joining the program, below outlines the benefits for any athlete. If you’re ready to join, you can view our flier on this page, or sign up right now through COMMUNITY PASS.