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What is Beat the Streets?

Empowering Lancaster's Youth Through Wrestling

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BTS Wrestling Try It Night #1

Beat the Streets Lancaster is excited to host the first of many "Try It" Nights for our Lancaster City youth. These nights are completely free and allow kids to see if they would enjoy the sport we love. Come check it out. Please note that parents must register online or fill out the waiver form at the wrestling room. Kids without waivers will not be able to participate.

 Try It Night #1 -

JP McCaskey High School Wrestling Room

4:00pm - 5:30pm

Thursday, June 30th, 2022 

For any questions, please contact Executive Director, Bob Rehm (rrehm@btslancaster.org)

Click Here to Register for June 30th Try It Night!


Beat The Streets Lancaster Qualifies 4 for Fargo

Fargo is home to the 2022 US Marine Corps Junior & 16U Nationals, which is one of the largest annual wrestling competitions in the country featuring athletes from all over the USA. Wrestlers compete for All-American honors and to showcase their skills in front of hundreds of collegiate coaches. There are now over 115 Women's Wrestling College programs that are offering life altering scholarships to female student-athletes. Our Beat The Streets Ladies have put in the work to qualify for the tournament, now all they need is support to get North Dakota to compete. The costs have risen considerably to send a wrestler to Fargo. It is now nearly $1,500 in order to compete. Please consider helping us raise $6,000 needed to give these great wrestlers the opportunity to follow their dreams on and off the mat.

For any questions, please contact Executive Director, Bob Rehm (rrehm@btslancaster.org)

Click Here for More Information on our Fargo Qualifiers!


Wrestlers Now, Champions For Life!

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!