History

Millard South Wrestling Club’s origin came from the “Little Indians” wrestling club founded by John DeGeorge in 1986. The “Little Indians” wrestling club changed administration to Joe Erspamer and Robert Piltcher after John DeGeorge left Millard South High. The club had no real association with the high school at this time until coach Doug Denson came to Millard South High school in 1993. At this time, the Millard South Wrestling Club was established and in 1996 an administrative board was formed connecting the club to the high school as a feeder club. The Millard South wrestling Club has been developing young wrestlers in the Millard area of Omaha, Nebraska for past fourteen years.

The Millard South Wrestling Club has produced 2 six time Huskerland State Champions, 2 five time Huskerland State Champions, and 1 four time Huskerland State Champion.

In the last 3 years 50% or more of our wrestlers have been in the championship bout during weekly competition regardless if five or twenty wrestlers were competing.

Millard South Wrestling Club has won:
Five Huskerland State Championships (2000 – 2004)
Eight Huskerland Dual State Championships (1999 – 2006)
Four AAU State Runner-ups, and two AAU Grand National Championships (2004 – 2005)

It is Millard South Wrestling Club’s philosophy that through a competitive sports program, we can provide the incentive for youth to fulfill their own individual needs and goals and at the same time set an example for other youth in the community as well as remember that the program is not only for themselves, but for the kids that follow.

The Mission of the Millard South Wrestling Club is to provide an atmosphere that fosters the art of wrestling and sportsmanship, which will be provided to kids K-12, at any talent level, and with intentions of attending Millard South High School