We employ the Whole Child Approach as a Mentoring Program

Knights Youth WrestlingKnights Youth Wrestling serves 45 wrestlers and is a feeder program into East H.S. and the Warrior high school programs. We are devoted to helping each wrestler into the best they can be as a person through the vehicle of sport. Whether that be placing 1st in a local tournament, a state qualifier, state placer, a state champion, or a national champion.

This program can be used by young adults to attain a great deal of success in their youth wrestling career, however, the ultimate goal we have is for every wrestler who trains with Knights Youth Wrestling to have the choice and opportunity to take this sport to the high school level.

  There are four main areas we will concentrate on that we believe are vital in achieving one's personal best and/or preparation for next level wrestling. Each wrestler is required to focus on academics 1st by participating in tutoring when intervention is needed. Next we train them to focus on learning proper technique followed by discipline and finally be a good citizen.

We will not only teach foundational wrestling, but current and advanced technique. Second, we will concentrate on physical training centered on wrestling-based exercises and weight lifting used in the high schools.

Third, we will spend ample time on the various mental aspects of this sport, from dealing with pressure to having proper attitude. Every wrestler should enjoy his experience in the wrestling, and without the right mental approach to this sport, almost everything else is useless. This sport is a character building experience that will last a lifetime.

And fourth, we STRONGLY believe that the best chance for success in this sport and in life is to be self-motivated, and self-sufficient. The staff at Knights Youth Wrestling Club also recognizes that every wrestler has different body styles and different strengths. This coaches will focus on particular techniques that optimize EACH wrestler’s abilities and potential.

Some notable wrestlers who have placed in Colorado 5A wrestling are DeVon “Bubba” Elliston and Maya Nelson who is also a 2020 Olympic hopeful in Women’s Wrestling. We know this is the sport that can make a tremendous difference in a young person's life. We have already stated that our main goal is to help each athlete get advance into high school and then the NCAA. More importantly, we believe that the discipline learned in this sport can and will have a major impact on an individual's work ethic and success in life.

 2017 World Champion Maya Nelson

Knights Roundtable Rumble youth wrestling tournament Sunday, January 7, 2018 at Denver East H.S., 1600 City Park Espilanade, Denver, CO  80206.

For more information, contact Joshua Nelson 720-313-6001.

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Denver Metro All Stars is a fall baseball collaboration comprised of high school baseball players from Manual HS, Bruce Randolph and Northfield HS baseball programs working together with community partner Athletics & Beyond.

 

Head coach: JC Martinez has been coaching baseball for 17 years. Currently in his seventh year of coaching at Manual High School, he also coached for eight years at Montbello High School and two years at Denver South High School. His commitment to youth goes beyond baseball, as he also volunteers his time with Bello Valley Young Life. John prides himself on helping youth and every student-athlete achieve a high level of competence and self-reliance so they can successfully steer their way through life. My Brothers Keeper MBK25 2017 Class of 2017.

Assistant coach: Bryan Sanders

Mission Statement:

SASS woman serve as positive examples to our youth by living SASS core values. We express the importance of staying active in underserved communities in a way that promotes a sisterhood and success through entertainment and service.

Vision:

The SASS vision is to instill SASS Core Values in the young ladies of our future to ensure that they become positive, successful, respected leaders of the world. Our goal is to promote all aspects of success both personal and professional to support young ladies by building a lasting sisterhood through cheer and dance and mentorship.

Email Leola Marsh at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Ph# 720-641-3009 or Jasmine Marsh at 303-902-0272

Core Values:

Integrity~Service~Leadership~Respect~Accountability

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Meet the Sistahs: (Left to right top row) Ambar Jordan, Jerri Reece, Sabrina Breaux, Staisha Copeland, Patrice Brown (Bottom Row) Maylawn Nobles, Naomi Marsh (Co-Founder), Leola Marsh (Founder)

A&B Team Colorado is the premier off-season football training program for middle & high school football players looking to up their game and test their skills against National Talent.  The club was formed in 2012 by Athletics & Beyond to help build the brand of football in Colorado by having a strong competitive off-season development program (January – July).

Alumni, mentors & coaches; University of Colorado Buffalo's football Joshua Ford, Joshua Spicely (Intern Coach at CU), Justin Adams, River Thompson, CSU Rams class of 2017 Jordon Vaden, CSU-Pueblo Ammon Johnson, Anthony Barron, and Arizona State University graduate Ezekiel Bishop. The program has featured some of the top high school talent in CO and participates in local and national 7v7 tournaments.  

Head Coach- Kyle Reese, Defensive coaches Adrian Cook & Jimal Loftis, QB intern coach Isaiah Waiters and Life skills and mentoring program JEGNA Athletics.  

D Coordinator Paul Jefferson: https://gowilkesu.com/coaches.aspx?rc=581&path=football

 Sprint 50 Training with Thal Woods

Motivational speaker NFL Super Bowl 50 Champion Ryan Harris http://www.ryanharris68.com/ 

Additional programming such as tutoring (SAT Prep) for Club 7v7 includes: Strong Women and Gentlemen (S.W.A.G.), team building, National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Eligibility Center Workshops, college planning, Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process, anger management, dating and sexual harassment workshops, among others. Additionally, program members compete at NCAA football clinics throughout the summer in addition to combines. A&B Student Athletes are expected to contribute to their community through serving learning opportunities such as youth volunteers working at A&B Sports Camps and Life Empowerment Girls Empowerment & Life Beyond Sports Workshops for young men.  Life beyond sports workshops introducing student athletes to community development, entrepreneurship economic development, financial literacy and philanthropy to empower themselves and the community.

In addition to specialized athletic accomplishments our academic component has boasted 4 John Lynch Student Athletes of the Month, 1 John Lynch Student Athlete of the Year scholarship awardee, DECA (http://deca.cccs.edu/) awardee, Watkins Award and 7 National Honors Society members. Our student athletes have gone on to play college football for the University of Wisconsin- Madison, Arizona State University, University of Colorado, Colorado State University, Harvard, Colorado School of Mines, University of Arizona, University of Oregon, Alcorn State University and Colorado State University- Pueblo just to name a few schools.  Visit us on our Alumni Scholar Athlete page to see some of the accomplishments of our scholar athletes.

Student athletes are provided the opportunity to go on unofficial visits to various colleges to gain exposure to campus life. Colleges Team Colorado have visited; University of Miami, Florida State University, University of Florida, University of South Florida, Arizona State University, University of Houston, Prairie View A&M University, University of Nebraska, University of Southern California, Texas Christian University, University of California Los Angeles, University of Northern Colorado, Colorado State University- Ft. Collins, University of Denver, Colorado State University- Pueblo, University of Colorado, University of Los Vegas Nevada and several more universities throughout the nation.

For more information contact: Executive Director, Coach Narcy Jackson 303-725-0811 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Head Coach Kyle Reese ph# 303-912-5975 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.