Coach Cesari has been involved in the sport of wrestling for over 40 years as a wrestler, coach, referee, and parent of a young wrestler. He has been working with youth for over 20 years as a youth coach and a volunteer with his church’s youth ministry programs.
He is currently a high school and NCAA wrestling official, where he has officiated the North Carolina State High School Championships, NCAA Division 1 tournament qualifiers, and the NCAA Division III Championships. In 2006, he was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.Coach Cesari wrestled in college at NC State, where he accomplished the following:
“I am excited to share the great experiences I had and life lessons I learned through wrestling with our youth to help them develop into successful people, students, and athletes.”
- Coach Cesari
Coach Lusk has been involved in the sport of wrestling for 30 years as a wrestler, coach and parent of young wrestlers. As a Soldier, Coach Lusk continued to compete and coach at various programs from elementary through high school levels in New Jersey, Japan, Hawaii, Missouri and North Carolina. As an athlete and coach, Coach Lusk earned the following:
Coach Lusk is the Head Coach of our elementary group, and coaches all of our groups including elementary, middle school and high school. He also manages the Capital City Wrestling Club Facebook and website calendar pages. Additionally, Coach Lusk conducts personal strength and conditioning and wrestling sessions with athletes.
"I am very motivated to introduce the sport of wrestling to the children of our community. I hope to instill a lifelong love of the sport in our athletes."
- Coach Lusk
Coach Saby has been involved in the sport of wrestling for 25 years as a wrestler, coach, and parent of young wrestlers. He is currently the Head Wrestling Coach at Millbrook High School where he has accomplished the following:
Coach Saby was a four-year varsity letterman at Mayo High School in Rochester, Minnesota . He received a B.S. from University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse. He earned his Masters’ of Education from East Carolina University and currently teaches in the Healthful Living Department at Millbrook High School
"A youth wrestling program is a great way to introduce kids to the wonderful sport of wrestling. Wrestling offers an opportunity for young people to build character while learning self discipline and motivation. The development of a strong youth program is essential to build a successful high school program."