Could girls wrestling numbers double next year? What changes can we expect?

Bruno said fall is saturated already with girls sports. Many of the girls wrestlers are also already involved in sports in other seasons.

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NJSIAA assistant director Bill Bruno was admittedly surprised at the momentum girls wrestling gained in the state after the organization decided to add a girls regional and state tournament for the first time ever this season.

‘From when we got it organized in August to what we saw and witnessed in Atlantic City (for the state tournament) was crazy,’ said Bruno. ‘The region excitement with everybody in the building was electrifying, and then to see girls wrestling side by side with the boys was everything we could have hoped for.’

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Quite a lot has been going on:

‘Inner beast’ comes out of girls at MP wrestling match (slide show)

MARYSVILLE ‘ Wrestling is bringing out the ‘inner beast’ in girls on the newly combined Marysville Getchell-Marysville Pilchuck high school team.

New coach Andie White said Wednesday that some of the girls kind of held back a little in practice. But that changed once matches started.

‘Their personalities did not come out’ until then, she said. Matches brought out ‘the inner beast in them.’

White said she is having so much fun coaching them because for most they are just learning the sport.

‘They’re like little sponges right now,’ soaking in everything they are being taught, she said.

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  • Date: 2018-12-12T01:30:00-07:00
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Warrensburg adds girls wrestling team | Education – The Daily Star

Warrensburg’s Haylee Boldt wrestles during a match this past season. Boldt was one of two female wrestlers on the WHS wrestling team. Beginning next season, the school will have a girls team ‘ following the lead from MSHSAA, which added the sport at the state level.

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That is about to change when it comes to high school athletics in Missouri, as the Missouri State High School Activities Association recently added girls wrestling as an official high school sport.

With that change, Warrensburg R-VI Schools have added a girls wrestling program beginning with the 2018-19 school year.

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Local News, Fired NIC wrestling coach denies academic violations

Courtesy photo North Idaho College wrestlers, coaches and support crew celebrate after the Cardinals tied Labette College to earn its 14th NJCAA championship in 2013 in Des Moines, Iowa.

Courtesy photo The North Idaho College wrestling team is shown in this file photo after it won its 700th dual match in program history, a 19-18 win over Western Wyoming at the Las Vegas Convention Center in November. In the front row, from left, are: Izaiah Duran, Hunter Gregerson, Jacob Frias, Dylan Lockwood, Cooper McCullough, Nicholas Hara, Traeger Abbati, Jake Garrison and Hasaan Hawthorne. In the back row are: former NIC coach Pat Whitcomb, Austin Burrell, Connor Sullivan, Tate Grover, NIC athletic trainer Randy Boswell, Bryce Parson, NIC interim head coach Brandon Richardson and NIC assistant coach Keri Stanley.