2011 Georgia High School Wrestling State Tournament Dates Thursday-Saturday, February 17-19, 2011 Location Arena at Gwinnett Center Click here for directions Admission Admission prices for State Tournaments will be $7.00 on Thursday, and $10 per day on Friday and Saturday. A total tournament ticket will be sold for $24.00. Tickets are on sale at the […]
One of the nation’s best wrestling programs is getting Georgia’s top wrestler. Central Gwinnett’s Jacob Aiken-Phillips committed to No. 1-ranked Cornell over the weekend. “I liked that and I like that they are Ivy League,” Aiken-Phillips said. Aiken-Phillips has dominated Georgia wrestling for the last year and a half. The heavyweight posts a 215-16 career […]
HSWrestling.net’s High School Wrestling National Individual Rankings January 2011 145: Alex Dieringer (12) — Port Washington, WI Edwin Cooper (12) — Providence Catholic, IL Nick Hodgkins (12) — Wyomissing, PA James Green (12) — Willingboro, NJ Bo Jordan (10) — St. Paris Graham, OH Lex Ozias (12) — Southern Garrett, MD Blake Roulo (12) — […]
The 2010 Beast of the East is set to go off this weekend – HSWrestling.Net will guide you through the event, keep you up to date on seeding and results as the tournament progresses. The Beast of the East portal goes online tonight at 9pm – check back for our updated system enhancements.
HSWrestling.net’s High School Wrestling Individual Rankings 125: 1. Nico Megaludis — Senior (Franklin Regional, PA) 2. Cody Brewer — Senior (Oak Park, MO) 3. Conor Youtsey — Senior (Mason, MI) 4. Val Raiser — Senior (Townsend, MT) 5. Geoff Alexander — Senior (Shady Side Academy, PA) 6. Rossi Bruno — Junior (Brandon, FL) 7. […]
AA Rankings Review for 2010-2011 Season by pennsylvaniawrestlingrankings.com The Highlight of AA Rankings this fall is Derry moving to AA which brings highly decorated wrestlers junior Jimmy Gulibon (2xState Champ) and Senior Travis Shaffer (State 4th, 5th, 5th). Over two years ago I had the pleasure of sitting in these young men’s corner at two […]
You've heard about the difficulty to win a state title in California. It's because they're a huge state and they only have one division of high school wrestling! How does your state compare?
High school students in the United States competing in scholastic wrestling do so in one of the following 14 weight classes set by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS).
Key matchups Unfortunately, these will take place before Saturday’s finals: • Class AAAAA, 119 pounds: McEachern’s Brandon Westerman could meet Sam Spradlin of Camden County in the quarterfinals. • Class AAAAA, 112 pounds: Four excellent wrestlers are in line to face each other in the second round and quarterfinals: Arnulfo Vega of Brookwood; Peachtree Ridge’s […]
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