It never stopped him from trying to score all practice and shouldn't stop a lesser wrestler from wrestling hard the full 6 minutes. Every time they cut you they're throwing you a bone and another chance. If and when you do score it should feel like you did something or took something positive away from that match. If you spent all your time thinking about your hurt feeling and not about countering or progressing you passed up a great opportunity. You might even appreciate that they didn't just pin you asap to get that ever elusive OW Award. When most kid were watching their highlights over and over on video my bonehead son wanted to watch his loss over and over. Before we'd get home from that tournament he'd already have a plan in place for the next meeting. Wrestling mindsets don't always align with mom and dad and hurt feelings shouldn't be renting space between the ears. On the flipside...Humble and hardworking isn't a bad way to be.