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Wrestling schedules postseason format
Kadin Spragis, GB vs. Jantzen Borge, M .jpg
Kadin Spragis, GB vs. Jantzen Borge, M - photo by Hugo Gonzalez

In support of providing a safe post-season the KSHSAA Executive Board has passed the following changes to the  post-season wrestling format. 

The changes were made to conduct smaller tournament events and to create fewer potential COVID-19 exposures and more regionally based tournaments, just as the guidance has been established for the regular season. 

The KSHSAA continues to encourage and expect social distancing and the wearing of masks, as stated in Board Policy. Furthermore, these changes have led to the post-season qualifying tournaments starting earlier then what has been posted in the wrestling manual. 

Girls wrestling is split into two divisions called Division 1 (6A and 5A) and Division 2 (4A, 3A, 2A,  1A).


Eight sites will compete in one-day tournaments.

Girls Division I and II scheduled Friday, Feb. 5.

Boys Class 4A and 3-2-1A will be held on Saturday, Feb. 6.

The top 4 finishers qualify for regionals.


Four sites will compete in one-day tournaments.

Boys compete Friday, Feb. 12.

Girls compete Saturday, Feb. 13.

The top 4 finishers in weight classes qualify for substate.

Girls, Boys 4A, 3-1A—Reg. 1—District 1 vs. 2; Reg. 2—District 3 vs. 4; Reg. 3—District 5 vs. 6; Reg. 4—District 7 vs. 8


Two sites will compete in one-day tournaments.

Girls compete Friday, Feb. 19.

Boys compete Saturday, Feb. 20.

Top 4 finishers qualify for state tournaments

Substate I—Reg. 1 vs. 2

Substate 2—Reg. 3 vs. 4