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01/21/22 – Board of Control Sets State First Round Sites; Regional Postseason Instructions Available

January 21, 2022 Athletic Department Blog Updates

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The Board of Control conducted its fourth regularly scheduled meeting of the 2021-22 academic year on Wednesday at the KHSAA Office, approving staff recommendations for the State Wrestling First Round sites. For the upcoming 2022 postseason, Regions 1-4 will compete in the State First Round event at Union County High School, while Regions 5-8 will compete at Great Crossing High School. In 2023, Regions 1-4 will visit Central High School and Regions 5-8 will travel to Ryle High School.

More information on the State Wrestling First Round competition (Feb. 18-19) and the Final Championship Rounds at George Rogers Clark HS (Feb. 25-26) will be published to the KHSAA website when it becomes available.

Information pertaining to the Regional Tournaments has been posted to the KHSAA website and can be viewed at the following links:

Regional Manager listing – https://khsaa.org/wrestling/2022/regionmanagers.pdf

Regional Tournament instructions – https://khsaa.org/wrestling/2022/postseasoninstructions.pdf

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