Grizzly Point System

Mukwonago Wrestling Grizzly points

We always encourage you to set some goals each season. Whether it’s a State championship, the number of wins this season, the number of tournaments you attend, or doing 100 pushups without stopping, something you hope to be able to complete by the end of the wrestling season. They are all goals. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner, or an experienced wrestler; goal setting allows you to focus on objectives that you want to achieve. Then write down the things you need to do to achieve that goal

One way we will help you set those goals is with our Grizzly points program.

Grizzly points will be awarded for a number of things; practice attendance, attending tournaments, for pins, wins and push-ups. These points will be tallied for the Awards at our year-end celebration.

There are 3 levels of achievement: Bronze, Silver and Gold

The number of points for each level very with experience and grade

New Grizzly Point System

pre k Rookies 10 points pre-K experienced 10 points
k-1st Rookies23, 29, 35k-1st experienced29, 35, 41
2nd Rookies29, 35, 412nd experienced41, 49, 57
3rd Rookies29, 35, 413rd experienced41, 49, 57
4th Rookies35, 42, 494th experienced47, 56, 65
5th Rookies38, 46, 535th experienced50, 60, 70
6th Rookies38, 46, 536th experienced50, 60, 70
7th Rookies 38, 46, 537th experienced50, 60, 70
(26, 32, 39 Middle School)
8th Rookies38, 46, 538th experienced 50, 60, 70
(26, 32, 39 Middle School)


There are a total of 30 points available by attending practices. We will be awarding 1- Grizzly point for every practices that you attend, plus 5 bonus point for perfect attendance. But you need to remember to sign in for every practice.


Any wrestling tournament you attend starting in January 1st to March 18th is worth 3 points. An addition point is given for each win, with a bonus point given for a pin. Wrestlers are limited to 11 tournaments for Grizzly points scoring.

Bonus Points:

From time to time we will be giving bonus points the move of the week, such as push-up contests, or for other activities.

Your ultimate goal should be to practice to be at your best for the Regionals in March.

Goal Setting Guidelines

  • Make your goals personal.
  • Make your goals challenging – yet realistic.
  • Write your goals down and Post them where you will see them often.
  • Believe in yourself!

Please see Randy Dusing if you would like to discuss your goals.