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2020 Arizona USAW Folkstyle State Recap

Wrestlers from Arizona competed in the 2020 Arizona USA Wrestling Folkstyle State Championships this past weekend at Quinn Creek High School in Quinn Creek, AZ.    Winning the 83-pound title was Daniel Guerrero of Cyclones. Guerrero was dominant during the event as he posted a perfect 4-0 record...
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2020 NCWAY Rookie State Championship Recap

The North Carolina Wrestling Association for Youth (NCWAY) hosted their annual middle school rookie state championships this past weekend. 

Indiana Middle School State Wrestling Recap

The Indiana Middle School State Wrestling Championships took place last weekend at Center Grove High School in Greewood, IN. This year’s event saw more than 630 middle school wrestlers as they hit...

2020 OK Junior High AllState Recap

This past weekend more than 2,000 junior high wrestlers competed in the 2020 Oklahoma Junior High AllState tournament at Jim Norick Sports Arena in Oklahoma City. 

2020 Utah Youth Super State Championship Recap

The 2020 Utah Youth Super State wrestling tournament took place this past weekend as more than 1,000 youth wrestlers from across the state competed in the event. 

2020 Flo Tulsa National Championships Recap

The 2020 Trinity Award Series kicked off last week as more than 2,000 youth wrestlers competed in the Flo Tulsa Nationals at the Ford Truck Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. 

2020 Tour Of America - Southern Grind Recap

USA Wrestling hosted the Southern Grind, the fifth event in the Folkstyle Tour of America series last weekend at the Convocation Center on the campus of the University of North Georgia. 

Virginia Crowns VACW Grade School States Champions

The 2020 Virginia Challenge Wrestling Grade School State Championships featured more than 190 middle school wrestlers from across the state. 

2020 Hawkeye National Recap

The Midwest Tour hosted their annual Hawkeye Nationals last weekend as more than 500 youth wrestlers competed across five divisions.