UPDATE: Moore representing Canada on Sunday

Selwyn House Old Boy wrestlers continue to shine on all levels since graduation.
Alex Moore 2014 is now in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, representing Canada in the 86-kg weight class at the 2019 Senior World Championships. Moore was named the Outstanding Wrestler at the 2019 Canadian Championships in March, and leads the Canadian team.
He will compete on Sunday, September 22. Full results and live video are available at
At the end of October, both Moore and Sam Barmish 2014 will represent Canada at the 2019 Under-23 World Championships, to be held in Budapest, Hungary. Selwyn House Wrestling Coach Rob Moore has been named as coach of the Canadian team, and will accompany them to Budapest. Sam will compete in the 79-kg weight class on October 28 and Alex in the 86-kg weight class on, October 29. This will be Sam’s first World Championships, while Alex finished fifth at last year’s U-23 World Championships.
Elsewhere, Selwyn grad Luke Kalaydjian 2018 continues to be a starter at the Hotchkiss School in the U.S., where he is coming off a successful season, while Angus Scott 2018 has excelled at Phillips Exeter, qualifying for the New England Championships and is hoping to qualify for the National Prep School Finals this coming season. Both young men were stars at Selwyn House and continue a long tradition of excellence in the sport of wrestling at Selwyn.
Tehowennathe Patton 2019 has been selected for the Eastern Door Team for the 2020 North American Indigenous Games and is currently training in Kahnawake to prepare. “We wish him luck at the Games, which is an amazing event,” says Coach Moore. Tehowennathe is the first Gryphon to ever compete at this event.
Over the years, we have produced a number of top wrestlers who have gone on to great things, including Greg Rossy 2008 who wrestled for Concordia University and won a silver medal at the prestigious 2009 Canada Games, and David De Cotiis 2012, who competed at prep school in the U.S., followed by a successful wrestling career at Queen’s University.
This year’s team is looking forward to their Cuba Training Camp, which will be held in Havana, Cuba in early February.