Wrestling camps continued a week after Mike and Bill Zadick held their annual camp in Great Falls.
C.M. Russell high school hosted a camp for over 70 kids between the ages five and 18. The campers skill level varied from beginners to hose getting ready for national tournaments. Great Falls High head coach Steve Komac and CMR head coach Aaron Jensen were on hand teaching the kids.
North-Central Montana has a strong tradition of wrestling and the coaches were glad to use this opportunity to teach the wrestling stars of the future.
"Our job is to keep that going," says Komac. "And that starts with young kids. Getting them excited about wrestling and things like this help."
"It's not about being at CMR or Great Falls High right now," says Jensen. "It's about coming together in the community. We also have a couple kids from Havre, we got a kid from Wolf Point, we got a kid from Fairfield. It's open to anybody and we're just here to make kids better."