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Buccaneers Athletic Club

Bucs Wrestling


Welcome to BUCS Wrestling,

Thank you for your interest in our program. Our program is for children in Pre-K through the 8th grade and is designed to teach the fundamentals of wrestling, while instilling discipline, self-confidence,  and determination in a safe and fun environment. 

The Benefits of Wrestling:

Any one can wrestle - regardless of body type, height or weight, there is a place for you in wrestling. In some sports only certain body types are able to succeed. Not so in wrestling as long as you are (mentally) tough and have a desire to win and do your best.

Wrestling teams rarely cut their athletes for lack of skill or talent.

Wrestling promotes personal growth and development by reinforcing positive personality traits and characteristics. In particular, it embraces and teaches an array of life lessons that may not be as strongly promoted in other sports.

Wrestling increases self-confidence. When you wrestle you can’t rely on anyone but yourself. You have to be accountable for your successes and failures. Without confidence and a positive attitude, there will be no success. This confidence and positive attitude is gained on and off the wrestling mats.

Wrestling instills discipline. The intensity of wrestling practices requires discipline; often sacrificing time spent playing with friends or other activities. Sometimes doing things that aren’t that “fun” such as practicing can pay off in reaching goals.

Wrestling builds mental toughness. It takes a tremendous amount of toughness to pick yourself up off the mat after losing a match or being pinned, shaking your opponents hand, and walking off the mat in front of dozens of spectators.

Wrestling builds mental acuity. Wrestling requires 75% mental acuity and 25% physical strength. Much like the game of chess opponents must out think each other using offensive and defensive strategies and moves. Remembering moves learned and applying them at the appropriate times during a match requires razor sharp decision-making skills. These quick thinking skills can be useful off the mat in many other situations.

Wrestling promotes sportsmanship. Opponents are always required to shake hands before and after the match. It is common to see opponents become friends after the match. Matches often end with embraces and sometimes the loser will even raise the winner’s hand!

Wrestling promotes competitiveness. Even the mildest mannered noncompetitive child can find their competitive side in the sport. To succeed in competition, you need to train harder than your opponent. You need to want it more. Children often discover their inner competitive spirit as they become increasingly engaged in the sport. Thank you to for the info

Important "NEED TO KNOW" Details Below

***SEASON WILL START MONDAY 11/4 @ 6PM - SPALDING HIGH SCHOOL for ALL Wrestlers - 8080 New Cut Rd, Severn, MD 21144***

- Registration opens on 10/14/19 and will remain open until 2/1/20

- Registration fee is $180 per child and includes a team shirt, league tournaments and more.

- A post dated check deposit of $100 is required for singlets. Once the singlet is turned in, the check is returned.
- The Practice Schedule is listed below and is subject to change:

     * 1st year wrestlers under the age of 8 will only practice Monday and Wednesday nights from 6pm-7pm.
     * 2yr plus of experience and 1st year kids over the age 8 will practice on Monday, Weds, and Thursday nights from 6pm-8:30pm
     * Advanced kids (A Team - We will identify these kids) will practice on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday nights from 6pm-8:30pm

     * Practice days/times may vary at times due to school closings, events, and etc. and will be communicated in accordingly.

- Wrestlers must have a USA wrestling card - please purchase one at

- There will be wrestling tournaments throughout the season for the children to participate in.  Although the children are not required to participate in all the tournaments we list on our schedule, the coaches will evaluate each child and communicate with their parents/guardian to determine which tournaments their child should or should not participate in. The BUCS will pay for tournaments that will be predetermined based on the CAWL and MJWL schedule. The optional tournaments identified on the schedules will have to be paid for by the child's parent/guardian. The average entry fee is $25 per child, per tournament.

Meet The Staff

Director/Head Coach - Kevin Ferguson - [email protected] - 410-428-2254

Assistant Director/Assistant Head Coach- Scott Roberts - [email protected]

Team Mom- Sarah Ferguson - [email protected] - 410-662-2195 

Assistant Head Coach - Jeff Rermgosakul

Assistant Head Coach - Adam Palmer

Coach - Mark Goodwin

Coach - Jake Jones

Coach - Brendan Wills
Coach - Brian Wills

Coach - Dennis Martini

Coach - Ryan Herwig

Coach - Garrett Goralski
Coach - Brian Sanders
Coach - Gary Windsor
Coach - Eric DeCosmo



Please contact Kevin and/or Sarah Ferguson for any additional info needed.  410-428-2254 or 410-662-2195