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Video: Beat The Streets

Video: In order to give inner-city kids an alternative, Bill Wallace helped establish the Camden branch of the Beat The Streets Program which helps establish youth wrestling programs in urban areas. The program consists of 40 kids, including 10 of which are at Saturday night's NCAA Wrestling Championships as they will walk into the arena with the All-Americans. We caught up with Wallace and 11-year old Rashaan Hornsby to discuss the program.

Video: Beat The Streets

Video: In order to give inner-city kids an alternative, Bill Wallace helped establish the Camden branch of the Beat The Streets Program which helps establish youth wrestling programs in urban areas. The program consists of 40 kids, including 10 of which are at Saturday night's NCAA Wrestling Championships as they will walk into the arena with the All-Americans. We caught up with Wallace and 11-year old Rashaan Hornsby to discuss the program.

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