Beat the Streets Lancaster is committed to helping establish youth wrestling programs in the Lancaster, PA area for girls and boys. The organization promotes the personal development of student-athletes by providing the resources through the sport of wrestling.
Beat the Streets Lancaster was founded on the principle that all children have the potential to become productive citizens when provided the proper support. This belief has endured since BTSL began in 2016, as we have helped established programs in and around Lancaster, including the first girls-only wrestling program in the county.
To this day, the organization remains focused on running wrestling programs for underserved student-athletes that can positively alter the trajectories of their lives. Come see what Beat the Streets can do for you!
Come join The Police Athletic League and Beat the Streets Lancaster for our 2nd Annual Chips for Future Champs Benefit presented by Ira G. Steffy & Sons, Inc. We are excited to bring back this event to benefit the youth PAL and Beat The Streets in Lancaster! Don't miss out on the opportunity to support your BTS wrestlers. Tickets are live on the link below. Grab yours today!
Location: The Lancaster Science Factory
Date & Time: Saturday September 25th, 2021 6pm-10pm
Bob Rehm has been named as Beat the Street Lancaster's Executive Director. Bob joins the BSTL team after spending the past 3 years at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.
"We are very excited to have Bob join the Beat the Streets Lancaster organization. Bob brings a wealth of previous wrestling experience and a passion for the City of Lancaster." said Founder and Board Chairman David Lehman. "We are thankful to our previous director, Ian Stoeckl, and know that Bob will continue to grow and take Beat the Streets to new heights."
As a wrestler, Rehm was a PIAA District III Runner-up and Champion. In 2011, he placed 5th at the PIAA AAA State Championships. At Lock Haven University, he was a 2x EWL finalist and the 18th wrestler in school history to earn over 100 wins.
"I am thrilled and excited to join the Beat the Streets Lancaster Family." said Rehm. "I would like to thank Dave, Ian, and the rest of the Board for giving me the opportunity to give back to the sport and the amazing community in Lancaster City."
Rehm will begin his duties in this role effective August 16, 2021.
Congratulations to Journie Rodriguez for winning the PA Girls State Championship! Congratulations also goes out to Jeremy "LJ" Salinas, Anthony Ortiz, and Coach Bubba Vogelbacher for qualifying for their age level state tournaments! We are very proud of all of you!