Wrestlers from across the country are back in action this weekend as a handful of states will host their annual state championship tournaments. Here is a look at some of this weekend's biggest events.
Oklahoma USA Wrestling Youth State Championships
This weekend more than 130 youth wrestlers from Oklahoma will compete for state gold at the Tulsa Expo Square Pavilion in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wrestling will begin this evening and last though tomorrow evening when the closing ceremonies are tentatively set for 6:30pm.
An Outstanding Wrestler Award will be available for each division. You can learn more about the event here.
Gopher State Nationals
The fourth and final leg of the Midwest Tour Championships will take place this weekend as more than 190 wrestlers will compete in the Gopher State Nationals. This year’s event will be held at Monticello High School in Monticello, Minnesota.
Wrestling will begin tomorrow morning and wrestlers who finish in the top 6 will receive a custom medal.
Utah Youth Super State
More than 320 middle school wrestlers will compete for state gold in Utah this weekend. The 2019 Utah Youth Super State tournament will kickoff tomorrow morning at the Legacy Events Center in Farmington, Utah.
Idaho USA Folkstyle State Championships
More than 100 youth wrestlers from Idaho will compete for state gold this weekend at Thunder Ridge High School in Idaho Falls, ID.
Wrestling will begin tomorrow morning at 10:00 and will conclude in the evening. Champions will receive a 3-foot trophy and custom singlet while the runner-up will receive a 2-foot trophy.
To learn more about the event, click here.
South Dakota Middle School State Championships
Wrestlers from South Dakota will compete for their first state championship of the year this weekend. The best in the state will hit the mats at T.F. Riggs High School in Pierre, SD to compete for state gold.
Wrestling will begin tomorrow morning as the top 8 place winners in each bracket will receive a medal.
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