Celebrate the Career of Aaron Paddock, Brad Paddock and the Paddock Legacy
SOURCE: armdrag.com
January 30, 2016


The opportunity to become a Fighting Scot and follow in his eldest brother's footsteps is poetic for WCS Senior Aaron Paddock as he embodies everything it means to be a fighter.

Against seemingly insurmountable odds, both past and present, Aaron continues his quest to be the fourth Paddock brother to win a NYS Championship, which would add an 8th title to his family's name.

As an eight grader, Aaron, the youngest of 6 brothers, suffered a head injury that left him fighting for his life. Despite the grim outlook, Aaron not only won his battle in the hospital, but he returned to the mat to earn a current career record of 224-19, which includes 6th and 3rd place finishes at the NYS Tournament.

Although Aaron's comeback has been nothing short of remarkable, he continues to face tragedy as he lost his father and coach, Brad Paddock, who passed away in December.

Please join the Warsaw Varsity Wresting Team and the Paddock family for Aaron's final home match on Tuesday, February 2, 2016 at 6 p.m.

At the match, WCS Wrestling will honor the life and coaching career of Brad Paddock as Aaron Paddock signs his letter of intent to wrestle on a Division 1 scholarship at Edinboro University.

The match will be a bitter sweet moment for Aaron, his family, and the entire WCS community as we celebrate Aaron's accomplishments, Brad's life, and the indelible legacy that the Paddock family has left on the sport of wrestling.