Hosted By:
New England Youth Wrestling

190+ of the best youth wrestlers will descend upon the Cape and Islands to battle for the Big Shark trophy!




July 25 Weigh-Ins
July 26 & 27 Wrestle
Where: Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis

35 Scudder Avenue, (West End Circle) Hyannis, MA 02601
PH: 866-828-8259

Entry Fee: $800 per team.
Weigh-Ins: July 25th, 3-8 PM @ Cape Cod Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis
Eligibility: Grades K-8th (graduated 8th graders are okay)
Weights: 48, 53, 58, 63, 67, 72, 77, 82, 87, 92, 97, 102, 110, 118, 125, HWT (Max 150)  NO ALLOWANCE (Alternates Are Allowed)
Format: 1:00 / 1:30 / 1:30 (Overtime- 1 min sudden victory, 30 sec tie-breaker, 30 sec tie-breaker, 30 sec ride-out)
On-Site: Certified Referees & EMT on site
Awards: 1st - 3rd Team & and Individual Trophies

What type of tournament is this?


How many times have you driven to a school in the middle of a field to wrestle all day and return to the hotel with nothing to do?  That's the difference with this tournament.  There's lots to do when the wrestling is done!


This is a wrestling VACATION!  Something your kids will enjoy and beg to come back and wrestle year after year, and for once you’ll actually look forward to the weekend.


We plan to start early, wrestle hard, and end early enough for you to check out a beach, visit Martha’s Vineyard, go on a whale watch, enjoy a nice meal by the sea, or shop.  Whatever it is you enjoy, you’ll find it down the Cape!


Team Awards!

Team Awards 1st-3rd


Individual Awards 1st-3rd



The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis




Indoor Pool
Outdoor Pool
Par3, 18 Hole Golf Course

Enjoy a day by the pool with a cold tropical cocktail.

Cabana Bar

The Spa at Atlantis

30 Minutes from Woods Hole - $16/adult to Martha’s Vineyard Round-trip.  $8.50/child round-trip.

Visit South Beach on MV

Local Beaches

Craigville Beach-  Craigville is a big sound beach with little waves, which makes it perfect for a day with kids. Lifeguards and bathrooms also make it practical, while fried clams at the shack across the street make for a decadent lunch. Insider tip: The parking lot tends to fill early, so plan accordingly.  Craigville Beach Road, Centerville.

Kalmus Park Beach-  "Kalmus," as it’s referred to by Hyannis denizens, has some of the best people-watching on the Cape. Here you’ll spot windsurfers, massive yachts, and ferries shuttling passengers out to the islands.  Ocean Street and Hawes Avenue, Hyannis.

Long Beach-  Located on the sound, Long Beach offers the same scenery as Craigville, but with far fewer people. Insider tip: Parking here is for residents only, so pay to park at Craigville, then walk up the beach about a quarter-mile.  Craigville Beach Road, Centerville.

MillWay Beach-  Millway presents sunbathers with great glimpses of Sandy Neck Village, plus fried clams (at Osterville Fish Too just up the block). Insider tip: This is a residents-only beach, but the sticker checkers are off-duty by afternoon.  Millway, Barnstable Village.

Sandy Neck Beach-  This is one of the Cape’s best bay beaches, as well as one of the longest in the area. There’s crisp water and, on a clear day, unbeatable vistas that stretch from Sandwich to P-town.  425 Sandy Neck Rd., West Barnstable.

2 Live Concerts Same Weekend as Tournament

Directly Across Street from Wrestling Venue/Resort



Cape Cod Canal Cruises

Deep Sea Fishing

Whale Watch


Sight Seeing Duck mobiles