1st-8th graders, boys & girls
1st-6th grade boys & girls may participate in Township competitive teams.
7th & 8th grade boys & girls may practice with the Township program before and after the middle school season.
The Township teaches the basics of wrestling so children can develop and sharpen their wrestling skills and compete with teams from other towns in Middlesex and Monmouth counties.
Participants will be divided into groups of beginners and experienced wrestlers.
The season normally runs from November to March meeting each week in the Quibbletown Middle School gymnasium on certain weeknights. Practices are usually two to four nights per week from 6:15-8 p.m. A practice calendar will be distributed on the first night. Matches are usually held on weeknights beginning in mid-December.
There is no charge for this program. Uniforms will be provided for matches. Wrestling shows and headgear are the responsibility of the participants.
It is your responsibility to keep the Recreation Department informed of changes to your contact information. You must also check the website periodically for updates.
Most communication will be sent via e-mail only to the person listed as Parent/Guardian #1 as entered in the online registration. It is Parent/Guardian #1’s responsibility to share information with Parent/Guardian #2 and the emergency contact person.
How To Register: 1) Click the button below. 2) Complete the registration form. 3) Hit Submit. You will receive a confirmation number letting you know that your registration was submitted. Please note that you will not receive an e-mail confirmation.
Each sibling must be registered separately
It is now mandatory in New Jersey for all school aged youth that wear corrective eyewear while participating in recreation programs and activities to wear “protective eyewear” that meets American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards for frames and American National Standards Institute (ASNI) standards for lenses.
Participants in Piscataway Recreation sponsored events do so at their own risk and accept full responsibility for all their actions and injuries incurred by their participation. Prior to submitting a claim to the Township, injured parties must first use their own medical/accident insurance as their primary coverage. The insurance offered by Piscataway Township is supplemental and secondary only. If a claim qualifies for consideration, the Township insurance is limited to a maximum payout of no more than $5,000.00 per accident.
Coach must report the accident to the Recreation Office immediately.
Recreation will provide parent/guardian with an accident Report that must be completed within twenty-four (24) hours after the accident and returned in person to the Recreation office. All claims must be submitted with original bills that are not covered by private insurance.