With the weekend looming it's time to take a look at this week's biggest wrestling events. Wrestlers from across the country will be in action as the NHSCA Nationals kicks off in Virginia Beach and a handful of states host their annual state championships.
Here is a look at this week's biggest events:
Wrestlers from across the country will compete in the 2018 NHSCA Nationals this weekend in Virginia Beach. This event features wrestlers from all across the country as wrestlers from as far away as Hawaii and Alaska will put their skills to the test. A number of top youth wrestlers are scheduled to compete and you can check out our preview of the event here.
WWF Kids Folkstyle States
More than 300 middle school wrestlers from Wisconsin will compete for a Folkstyle State Championship this weekend at the Alliant Energy Center Coliseum in Madison, WI. The annual event showcases the top youth talent across the state and this year will be no different as some of the states best are set to compete.
SDWCA State Championship
The 2018 South Dakota Wrestling Coaches Association State Championships will take place this weekend at the Sioux Falls Arena in Sioux Falls, SD. Currently, there are more than 260 schoolboy wrestlers who will battle for a state championship this weekend.
USAWKS Folkstyle State Championship
Kansas USA Wrestling will host their annual folkstyle state championship tournament this weekend at the Kansas Expocentre in Topeka, KS. More than 330 schoolboy wrestlers will lay it on the line as they look to capture the first leg of the USAWKS Triple Crown.
USA Wrestling National Middle School Duals
Twelve teams from five states will compete in the USA Wrestling National Middle School Duals this weekend. This year’s event will take place at the David S. Palmer Arena in Danville, IL. Teams from Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Nebraska will compete for the title this weekend.
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