Dates to Remember

  • Registration to begin September 1- October 15, 2018
  • Late Registration to begin October 15- November 30, 2018


Online Registration available September 1, 2018

Click the sign up button for online registration. SIGN UP

In Person Registration September 4th and 18th 6:30-8:00 in front of Madison Middle School


October 16, 2018 6:30-7:30- Mandatory Parent Meeting (location TBA)

October 22, 2018- First practice for open and tournament wrestlers

October 23, 2018- First practice for ALL wrestlers


$125 – registration (fee pays for registration, OKWA membership, and one support gear t-shirt and one pair of support gear shorts for wrestlers)

$50 –  for each additional sibling.

$25 each child –  for late registration (Bruin football players are excluded from late fees)


Liability Waivers signed, copy of Birth Certificates given and Fees paid MUST be done before wrestlers can enter the wrestling room.


Wrestlers will need wrestling shoes and headgear at practices and at tournaments. (We have some on hand we can check out to wrestlers but our supply is low)


Singlets are mandatory for tournaments:

We have singlets that can be rented for $65 and a $50 deposit will be given when singlet returned at the end of the current season.

We will also have singlets to purchase if you choose as well.


**USA Wrestling is now in Oklahoma **

USA Cards Membershipsnot included in registration fee –  $35 (nationwide), we sign up as a club but you will need to pay fee at registration, additional information available

We will attend multiple USA/TrackWrestling tournaments this year as well as OKWA tournaments

Contact Tiffany Evans 918-876-2287 or Casey Evans 405-496-0491 for additional information.

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BWC is an organization committed to motivating, encouraging, and inspiring wrestlers to develop and grow physically, mentally and emotionally while developing character, leadership, and integrity through the sport of wrestling.  We will do our best and view coaching as a privileged responsibility.  BWC coaches work hard to develop their wrestlers.  They work hard to instill pride, poise, and self-confidence. We are excited to be a growing club and helping the youth of Bartlesville and surround areas.