• Attention to the small details separates good from great matmen
    Jarret Jurgens, a former SCHS wrestler and currently a junior on the Hastings College wrestling team, assists two young grapplers during a recent camp in Scott City. (Record Photo)
  • Attention to the small details separates good from great matmen
    Former SCHS wrestlers and state champions Zach Tucker (left) and Wyatt Hayes demonstrate a move during a three-day camp. (Record Photos)
  • Attention to the small details separates good from great matmen
    SCHS wrestling head coach Aaron Dirks observes two young grapplers as they work on moves they were taught during a camp held at the Scott Community Activity Center at SCMS. (Record Photo)

Attention to the small details separates good from great matmen

The difference between good wrestlers and great wrestlers are the little things.

“You have to pay attention to the details,” emphasizes Jarret Jurgens, a four-time state medalist at Scott Community High School. “It’s easy to do a move a certain way and get so comfortable with it that you miss the little details that can make you even better.”

A classic example of repetition and perfection leading to great execution is the high crotch that often led into a sweep single-leg takedown by twotime state champion Justus McDaniel.

 

 

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