About This Site

The Reynolds Wrestling (www.
reynoldswrestling.com) website was created and is maintained by
ACW Productions (
Art Williams, owner
, RHS Class of 69).

The purpose of the site is to create a presence on the Internet for Reynolds Wrestling: for local fans, for distant Raider fans, and for all wrestling fans across the country to keep tabs with Reynolds Wrestling.

The information and photos on this site are gathered & posted by ACW Productions.
Thanks to all who help with this process.  

The reynoldswrestling.com web site is not an official publication of Reynolds School District, the Reynolds Wrestling Team or the Wrestling Boosters Club nor is there any official connection with Reynolds School District, the Reynolds Wrestling Team or the Wrestling Boosters Club or any other organization or individuals.


I began my life’s adventure in Greenville Hospital on August 3, 1950. My parents, Art and Norma Williams, raised me along with my sister Sondra (now Sondra Wiggins) in the Transfer area about one mile from my alma mater, Reynolds High School.

My dad, who is now deceased was a graduate of the former Transfer High School, and a veteran of the U.S. Navy, where he served as a Fire Controlman on a destroyer (U.S.S. McGowan 678) in the south Pacific during WW II. He retired from the former CB&I Plant, (Chicago Bridge & Iron) and former site of Trinity Industries, where he worked for 33 years until the plant closed in 1982.  My mom, the former Norma Jean Stuver, who is now deceased, graduated from Greenville High School in 1944. She was a Stanley Home Products dealer, softball & basketball coach and a former bus driver for Reynolds School District. In addition, my maternal grandparents, Peter and Mabel Williams (Transfer Area) and Troy and Ruby Stuver (Greenville Area), and their families were from the Greenville area. My roots and relationships have connected me fondly to the Transfer, Reynolds & Greenville areas all my life.


I attended Transfer Elementary School (Transfer) grades 1 through 6 and Reynolds High School in grades 7 through 12. I graduated from Reynolds in 1969. I started my collegiate career at the local Edinboro branch campus in Farrell. I completed my Bachelor of Education degree at Edinboro State College in 1974 and earned my Masters Degree in Speech Communication at West Virginia University in 1979.

I lettered 3 years in football and basketball at Reynolds. I was fullback & outside linebacker on Reynolds' 1968 team which was Mercer County Class A Co-Champions and Class B Champions. The 1968 team was the first Reynolds team to beat (and score on) Greenville.
I was captain of Reynolds' 1968-69 basketball team which has the 3rd best basketball record, 17-5, in school history. I held the career rebounding record with 806 rebounds for 39 years and am the only player in school history to be both the career scoring and rebounding leader.
Along with my mother, I coached the Reynolds Girls Basketball team until it became a school sport in 1973.
I also played on the Edinboro State College Off-Campus basketball team at Farrell which we were the C.C.C. Champs in 1970-71.


I began my teaching career at the Whitesville Junior High School in Whitesville, West Virginia in 1974 and continued there until 1990. I taught a 5th grade self-contained classroom and a computer class for the 9th grade students. In addition, I was head coach for the girls’ junior high basketball team and assistant coach with the junior high boys’ basketball program.
Locally, when I moved back to the Reynolds area in 1990, I substituted as an elementary teacher in the Greenville, Reynolds, and Sharpsville School Districts for two years. In 1995 and 1996, I coached a girls and boys varsity basketball program at a local Christian high school where I also taught a basic computer course.


In 1989, while still teaching in West Virginia, I established a video service business, ACW Productions. When I returned home after the death of my mother in 1990, I continued my video business in the local area. From 1991, I have worked full time with my video business that has expanded into a variety of projects and many specialty services such as transferring VHS tapes to DVD and creating photo collages. I filmed 277 weddings and edited 13 others. I also have done over 500 business and personal projects with the bulk of my work being in the Greenville area and the Shenango Valley. A partial list of past clients include; Horizon Hospital System (presently UPMC Horizon), ENT Allergy and Associates, UPS, Sheetz, Sharon Tube, Wheatland Tube, U.S. Liner, and Trinity Industries among others. I have produced football, basketball, baseball & softball highlight videos of local athletes. I also have filmed high school graduations, video scrapbooks (Greenville High School), community plays, dance recitals, proms plus a wide variety of other projects

In 1997,
ACW Productions expanded into the internet service business providing a variety of services including web page design & management. I manage a variety of local web sites. Three personal sites that ACW Productions (www.acwpro.com) has created and manages are Camp Reynolds, a World War II Army Camp (www.campreynolds.com), Reynolds Wrestling (www.reynoldswrestling.com), Reynolds Football (www.rhsraiderfootball.com) and the Greenville Area Web Site (www.greenville-pa.com). I also created and maintained the Greenville Football web site for 10 years (1999-2009).

In 1992 I created a video for the 50th Anniversary Celebration of Camp Reynolds and since that time I have individually have been developing the history of Camp Reynolds (a WWII Army Camp) through the Camp Reynolds Project. The past 5 years I have been giving presentations and setting up displays. I am in the process of starting to write a book about Camp Reynolds.