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How can you find the WIAA wrestling rankings?

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The acronym WIAA refers either to the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association or to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association. As their respective states' governing bodies for high school athletics, both organizations maintain wrestling rankings, which are available through their official websites. As of August 2015, Wisconsin high school wrestling rankings are also available on WIWrestling.com. Washington state rankings are available on WashingtonWrestlingReport.net.

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As of August 2015, all four websites maintain wrestling rankings for individual, team, male and female classifications; however, for historic data, the Associations' official websites are a better resource. The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletics Association's website contains state tournament results dating back to 2000 and state championship winners from as far back as 1940. On its official website, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association maintains tournament and championship results from as far back as 1952.

WIWrestling.com and Washington Wrestling Report are not official websites, and wrestling enthusiasts in Wisconsin and Washington state created them. As such, they offer more information about the current wrestling environment in their respective states. They each include news and commentary; links to outside articles, photos and message boards; and a variety of other resources of interest to high school wrestling fans. In addition, WIWrestling.com maintains a list of students who went on to wrestle in college, and Washington Wrestling Report lists Washington wrestlers who received All-American designations in college.

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