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Shawn Ellis Murphy :: Mar 19, 2007, 2:28 pm
Dear Miron, Thank you for training Quinton. He placed 6th In the New York State High school Championships this year as a seventh grader. I don't think he could have done without your help. He will be back this summer to work hard and make a run for the State championship next year. Thanks again Miron (Quinton’s Dad)
I've never really got on this website very much, but today, March 19, 2007, I got a little curious. I was looking around and found some letters to you and thought "hey I want every one to know how much I appreciate Mmiron and how much he has helped me through out the years." you have helped me win 1st 2nd and 3rd in the state, cliff keen WOW classic,tournament of champions, and many other wrestling tournaments. I want to thank for all you have done for me. You are the best coach and best person to come to for 1 on 1 wrestling. I have been with you for almost 5 years and its all paying off. Thank you again. sinceley, Bobby Smith
Lee Ann :: Mar 20, 2007, 12:12 pm
MIRON what a inspiration you have been to my son. I want to thank you for everything you have done for Dominique, you are 1 in a million coach with a heart of gold for every wrestler you teach. You have taken my son to the next level. We look forward to training with you throughout his HS career, thank you for everything! My hats of to you!!
Izzy Santiago :: Mar 20, 2007, 9:32 pm
Coach Miron, This is Izzy (Israel) Santiago from Gurnee, IL. I do not know if you remember me and my brother came out to your camp last December to learn from you. I want to thank you very much and to tell you that I made some goals and I am doing very well. Last year at IKWF Midget State I was not able to make it to the second day to get a medal and I felt really bad. I told myself that I did not want to feel like that again so after coming back from your camp I promise myself that I would work harder this year to get to that second day. Well I've got good news. I made some many people proud after placing 1st at my regionals and 1st at sectionals, I went to Midget State and made it to the second day and placed 3rd. My only loss was to the Champ in the semi-finals. I want to thank you and the friends I made there (Martinez, Caleb Romero, Dakota and the others) for helping me and to show me that I can be a better by believing I can. I hope to see you soon again at one of your camps. I sent you some pictures of Midget State. I'm working on sending you one next year when I am in the Novice Division winning the top spot. Thanks, Izzy
Brandon Scott :: Mar 25, 2007, 7:38 pm
Hi Miron, I'm sure remember me I came to your winter camp in December and I am signed up for some of your camps this year. I just thought you would like to know how I did at state this year. I got 6th place at 98 lbs., and I probably would have gotten 2nd or 3rd but in the constelation semi-finals I hurt my knee. I saw a nurse and they think it was either a contution or bersideous. I'm sure I will be fine in a week or so. It made me sick though to sit there and watch kids I know I could beat win matches and place higher then me. My only lose was 2-0 and it was because I didn't move well on the bottom, that is something I want to improve on. I'll see you in April. Thanks, Brandon Scott
Jason Holtsclaw :: Apr 6, 2007, 10:48 pm
Miron, Joe asked me to send photo of Jake Burroughs and Wade Holtsclaw. Jake is now 3 time Kentucky Grade School Champion winning his 3rd at 55lbs three weeks ago at our Championships. Last weekend Jake finished 2nd at the AAU Youth Nationals at 52 lb weight class where he finished with AAU-All American status. Jake is also the 2006 Kentucky Gable Belt Series Champion in the midget division. Wade Holtsclaw won his first Kentucky Grade School Championship three weeks ago in the 90lb weight class. He also wrestled in the 2007 AAU Youth Nationals in Knoxville, TN last weekend where he placed 1st in the 90lb Novice Division receiving AAU-All American Status. Wade finished the day with two pins and no points scored on him in four matches. Wade is also the 2006 Kentucky Gable Belt Series Champion in the novice division. We appreciate all the efforts you help put into these little guys. It has really started to pay off for both of them. Thanks Jason Holtsclaw No-Ox Wrestling
Marian Bosma, 14 :: Apr 15, 2007, 4:57 pm
...just an addition to my thank-you posted March 11...I won the USGWA National championship on Mr. 30,31, and April 1. Thank-you again for all your help and influence on my family. My brother Jordan (your student and my coach) ended the Jr. high season 18-0 and was only scored on once! We're all TEAM MIRON!
David & Tina Marsh :: Apr 28, 2007, 2:24 pm
We just wanted to let your know how much all of your hard work and dedication means to us. Caleb would not be at the level he is now without your training. Now he must stay focused and work hard to acheive the goals that your training will take him! Thank you for everything!
Tim Deady :: Jun 25, 2007, 12:06 pm
I have to give a huge thanks to Miron. WIth out your dedication and sacrifice to my son he would not be where he is today in wrestling. You are always there giving 100%. I am currently serving in Iraq and I am not one bit upset about how my son is spending his summer. He will be at most of Mirons camps learning,getting better, faster and stronger. Thanks Miron I owe you so much!!!!!!
andy flores :: Jul 12, 2007, 10:33 pm
Hey coach miron this is Andy from the three day in july. I just wanted to say that no matter how hard you worked us we understood why you did that. thanks. i have noticed a significant change in my stamina and strength. For anyone who reads this i would highly recommend this camp to anyone who wants to work hard and push themselves to become champions. thanks again coach i will hopefully see you in many camps to come. Andy Flores
Diana Capaci :: Jul 25, 2007, 8:31 pm
Dear Miron, I wanted to express my heartfelt gratitude to you for all you have done and continue to do for Nick. He has grown in so many ways because of your guidance and knowledge. I was so proud of him at states! He was awesome!! I don't know how we can ever thank you! I know Nick will continue to learn and mature with your help. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You! My best, Diana Capaci
connor brady :: Dec 9, 2007, 5:23 pm
Coach Miron has improved my wrestling in only a short time. I just went to his camp this weekend. It was extremely challenging but very rewarding. It has made me better mentally and physically. I go to his club and i think it is the best there is. I am lucky to be close enough to go to his club. My older brother is starting tomorrow because he wants to be the best he can be. Team Miron is #1 Connor Brady
Lee Boys :: Dec 14, 2007, 10:19 am
Miron, Thank you for taking us to the next level! You are a great coach and a great man! We wish we could wrestle for your club but the drive is worth it! Take care and tell your club thanks for including us! Nick, Joe and Matt Lee
nick murphy :: Feb 5, 2008, 1:30 pm
Miron, Just wanted to let you know that because of your help Alex was able to win the Kentucky State Middle School title at 117lbs. this year. Without your help he would not have been able to do this . thanks again. Alex Murphy - Kentucky Middle School State Champ
Ginger :: Feb 21, 2008, 12:15 pm
Dear Miron - I would like to thank you for all that you have done for Bobby with all your training , technique and dedication to the kids and the sport . Bobby was able to take 1st place last weekend at the Virginia State Prep Tournament . Bobby wrestled 130lbs weight class and was the only freshman to ever win states at his school . Every time Bobby is feeling down and beat up he says "He needs Miron" and last weekend when he won he said "He needs Miron" . Can't wait to see you this summer ! Thanks , Ginger
Max Gladstone :: Feb 23, 2008, 10:27 pm
I want to say thank you Miron. When you first saw me at the 8th grade districts you believed in me, even though I was nothing. From there on I have gotten so much better and qualified for States. You pushed me to the next level and I can never repay you for this. Thank you
Chris Kline :: Mar 2, 2008, 7:45 pm
Dear Miron, I want to thank you for your dedication, support, time and help threw out the past couple of years. You always told me one day I would be a state champ, and well I want to thank you for helping me push towards my goal and dream that I have finally completed! All that hard work paid off. Thank you so much, Chris Kline Ohio State Champion
Quinton Murphy :: Mar 9, 2008, 11:56 pm
Thanks Miron, for every thing because of you Miron I'm state champion (in 8th grade)and I want to go to the next level. I'll be at almost every one of your camps training for the next five years to come . Can't wait to see you there and thanks again Miron. Quinton Murphy New York State Champion
m.santiago :: Mar 15, 2008, 9:06 pm
thank you for making my son the best he can be
Steve Lucas :: Apr 10, 2008, 8:50 am
Miron, I want to thank you for everything that you have done for my son, Hunter. Two years ago you picked me up at the state meet and looked me in the eye and said, "Don't let your son cut weight. Make him wrestle his weight and I will teach him to be strong and wrestle like a champion." We never doubted your word. It took two years but you did make my son into a state champion. More importantly you made him see what hard work and dedication can do not only in wrestling but whatever else he does. Team Miron's unity at this years Grade School State was amazing. It was great to see all of the kids and parents stay after the meet and be a team. If you look at the team pictures then you see what a TEAM really is about. Great coaches, kids and dedicated parents. I am proud to have my son wrestle for Team Miron. Miron's wrestling room is loaded with great kids and having BJ and Joe help in the room is an added bonus. It is nice to know that when you take yur kid to Team Miron that you get great coaching at the practices and great coaching at the meets by all three of the coaches. What people don't see about Miron is that he not only teaches our kids wrestling but he also preaches to them about how lucky and privileged they are to live in America. Miron, you are the greatest kids wrestling coach in America and we are lucky to have you, BJ and Joe coaching our kids. Thanks for your dedication to our kids, Steve