Frequently Asked Questions
The Sport FAQs
What is a Dual versus Individual Tournament?
How are team points earned?
How many matches can a wrestler wrestle?
What are the weight classes?
What is a Weigh-in?
Are there substitutions?
Are there timeouts?
What is Trackwrestling?
What is SportsYou and how do I sign up?
SportsU is a messaging app for parents and coaches to quickly communicate needed information.
Sign up for your free account and enter your email or continue with Google
From your computer or phone, go to sportsyou.com
From your mobile device, download the sportsYou app from the app store on iOS or Android
Confirm your email address
Enter the Hoggard Wrestling access code (ESHZ-UWLL) to join the team
How do I get tickets for the matches?
Does any equipment need to be purchased by the wrestler?
Wrestling requires minimal gear. Wrestling shoes, headgear, a mouth guard (only if you wear braces), and a proper uniform are all that is needed. Hoggard Wrestling provides the uniform and has headgear also. Often wrestlers prefer their own headgear and it’s completely acceptable to provide your own.
Is there a specific style of mouth guard recommended?
We recommend the Mouth Guard Pro - Kid's Comfort PRO Sports Mouthguard - Denta-Gard. It protects top and bottom and makes it easier to breath then most standard mouth guards. https://mouthguardpro.com/
What do we do if we notice an unknown skin mark (lesion(s)) on our wrestler?
You must see your doctor or Urgent Care/Medac as-soon-as possible. There are mandatory waiting periods, once medication has started, before a wrestler can complete. The waiting periods are 48-72 hours depending on diagnosis. The Medical Release For Wrestler to Participate With Skin Lesion(s) form must be completed. This is the only form that will be recognized by Medical/Trainer Staffs. Even if there is no diagnosed issue the form must be completed. Return the completed form to the coaching staff as they need to be brought to the competitions.