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How do you find high school wrestling tournament results?

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High school wrestling tournament results are usually available on the websites of state high school athletic associations and, occasionally, in local newspapers under high school sports and wrestling. For example, the Michigan High School Athletic Association provides results for all individual and team tournament results at MHSAA.com under Sports and Wrestling.

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How do you find high school wrestling tournament results?
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Colorado, New Jersey, Ohio, Florida and Minnesota are some of the many states whose official high school athletic associations provide complete coverage of high school wrestling and wrestling tournament results online. Colorado high school wrestling tournament results are located at CHSAANow.com under Sports, Winter and Wrestling.

Some state high school athletics associations refer to sports tournaments as championships or use the words interchangeably. The Florida High School Athletics Association lists all wrestling tournament results at FHSAA.org under Wrestling, Result Archive or Wrestling Championship Result Archive. The archive contains final scores and stats stretching back 15 years.

The Minnesota State High School League also maintains an archive of past wresting tournament results under Sports, Wrestling, Tournament Related Files and Previous Years Results. Under Previous Years Results, the Brackets category reveals final scores, the teams who competed and the location where the tournament round took place, all arranged by wrestling class.

The Iowa newspaper the DeMoines Register publishes Iowa high school wrestling tournament results at DesMoinesRegister.com. On the homepage click Interactives & Databases, Sports and State Wrestling to access the previous year's stats and results of championships, or click H.S. Wrestling to peruse stats and results of championships dating back to 1921.

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