Thank You

Yesterday, March 2, 2017 was the last day of wrestling for our younger wrestlers.  We hope you enjoyed your wrestling season as much as we enjoyed watching you learn, grow and become better wrestlers.  The great wrestling on the mat last night during the Mini Grizzly is proof of that.

Wrestlers: Thank you for all your hard work and dedication on the mat.  Practice isn’t always fun or easy, but you came every week and gave it all you had.  Win or lose this season, you walked out last night a better wrestler and you should be proud of yourself.

Parents:  Thank you for bringing your child/children to practice every week prepared and ready to work.  Thank you for providing the support they needed on those tough days and being the high five or hugs on the good days.  It’s not always easy watching your kids have a hard day or lose a match, but it’s about teaching them to get back up and try again that makes them good wrestlers and strong human beings.

Don’t forget to mark your calendars for our end of season banquet on April 30th.  Details will be announced closer to the date.

We look forward to seeing you next season!!

Mukwonago Junior Bohn

Bad to the Bohn: Mukwonago junior captures state wrestling title

Jon Wierzbicki knows Aric Bohn embodies the spirit of the Mukwonago wrestling program. The MHS wrestling coach believes Bohn has an old school feel to him mixed with a toughness few possess. On Feb. 25 at the Kohl Center in Madison, Bohn demonstrated that in more ways than one.

Read the full article at

Mini Grizzly

We will finish our younger group season on Thurday March 2nd.

This is basically an inter-scrimmage tournament on our final practice. We will pair the kids up and wrestle a standard tournament bracket.  At the end we will have a short awards ceremony send them home with a Grizzly medal hanging from their neck.
Please fill out this form and bring to the practice table by Tuesday Feb 28th.


Coach Dusing

Wrestlers 2016/17


What a great group of wrestlers and coaches this year.

First Session Wrestlers:



Second Session Wrestlers:



Letter from a wrestling dad.

From: A Dad
Date: Wed, Feb 8, 2017 at 8:42 PM
Subject: Re: volunteers needed Grizzly tournament
To: Randy Dusing <>

Good evening Randy I just wanted to say thank you to you and your coaching staff in particular to Shane for his great coaching this past weekend at the Watertown tournament. This was my sons first real tournament other than the badger beginner. He got his butt handed to him his first match, he hurt his neck during the match I’m guessing his neck hurt a little more due to the loss! Without Shane’s coaching I’m not sure I would have been able to get him out there to wrestle again that day. Shane was able to get him refocused and back out on the Mat it ended up being a great learning experience and day for my son. He ended the day going 2 and 2. Thanks again for all that you and your staff do.

A Dad

Badgers peaking at right time in Big Ten


UW Athletic Communications

MADISON, Wis. — If there’s a perfect time to turn up the heat and start hitting their stride, the time is now for the Badgers. Finding its groove headed into the final duals of the season, Wisconsin picked up wins over both Purdue and No. 14 Michigan this past weekend. The Badgers will close out the season with home duals against Michigan State on Friday and Central Michigan on Sunday.

The Badgers’ 5-5 dual record belies the team’s strength and skill this season. Consider this: All five of Wisconsin’s losses came at the hands of top-15 teams, while four of the five were to top-10 teams and three were to top-five. The Badgers performed well in each dual and have battled with some of the nation’s top wrestlers.

Full Story HERE

Mukwonago Grizzly’s Thanks You


The Mukwonago Wrestling Club would like to say thanks to all the wonderful participants, families, and friends at our Mukwonago Grizzly Open today.  There was some outstanding wrestling and we hope you all enjoyed yourselves.  We would like to say a special thank you to all the Mukwonago Grizzly families that volunteered their help to make this possible.  Without you it would not have been a success.

Till Next Year!!!


Thanks All,

Mukwonago Grizzly’s

PS. If you have photos, and would like to share, please head over to our photo section and add them to our 2016/17 ALBUM.

USA Wrestling declares February 10-19 as Women’s Wrestling Week


USA Wrestling, the national governing body for wrestling in the United States, has declared the week of February 10-19 as Women’s Wrestling Week in the United States. This is the third straight year that USA Wrestling has held this celebration of women’s wrestling.

Read the full article at HERE


MWC Grizzly Open Meetings for Parents: (Tuesday 7th)

On Tuesday Feb 7th we will be hosting 2 quick club meetings to discuss and answer any questions on our Mukwonago Grizzly Open Tournament.
The 2 meetings are at 5:40pm (1st group parents) and 6:50 pm (2nd group parents) in Classroom 126)… Coach Wierzbicki’s classroom.)
Please do your best to attend.

Board member Kevin Bischell has already sent you 2 emails
One for Concessions donations, the 2nd for your help during the tournament….
If everyone steps up to help we have short easy shifts…

Grizzlys earn 2nd place at West Allis

Our Mukwonago Grizzlys headed to West Allis sunday, bring home the Team runner up trophy, narrowly missing the championship  to KWA by a 1 point margin 114 – 113.

individually the grizzly brought home 9 championships by Luke Jowers, Bo Dooley, Wendell Brausch, Adam Whittier, Devin Viola, Adam Concotelli, Zach Eliszewski, Tucker Winski and Hayden Chitwood.