February National Girls High School Team Rankings Released

The committee that selects the National Girls High School Rankings for individual athletes, which includes representation from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling, and FloWrestling, has released its February National Girls High School Team Rankings.

This ranking includes public and private schools at the high school level from all states, including states with official girls state championship events as well as those with unofficial girls state championships.

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February National Girls High School, Pound-For-Pound Rankings Released

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling, and FloWrestling have released the February 2024 rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2023-24 season. This national ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

The high school regular season is entering the busiest part of its post-season. As of this ranking, state high school championships for girls have been held in Alabama, Alaska, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, New York, Utah (1A/2A), and Washington, D.C, plus private school state events in Texas and Georgia.

This weekend is one of the busiest for girls’ state high school championships, with over 20 states competing, followed by next week, with another 20-plus states holding their state championships.

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January National Girls High School Team Ranking Released

The committee which selects the National Girls High School Rankings for individual athletes, which includes representation from the National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling has released its January National Girls High School Team Ranking.

This ranking includes public and private schools at the high school level from all states, including states with official girls state championship events as well as those with unofficial girls state championships.

Once again, the committee has named the Top 40 high school teams in the nation and expanded its honorable mention list to 30 teams.

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January National Girls High School Rankings, Pound-For-Pound Rankings Released

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling, and FloWrestling have released the January National Girls High School and Pound-for-Pound rankings.

This national ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

The high school regular season is well underway in every state, with the exception of Alaska, which had a fall wrestling season that concluded in December. These rankings reflect the results of many major in-season and holiday tournaments and dual meets, as well as the individual performances of the athletes who are being tracked for ranking consideration.

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Early Season National Girls High School Team Rankings Released

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling, the committee that selects the National Girls High School Rankings, kicks off the 2023-24 season with its early season National Girls High School Team Rankings.

The ranking includes public and private schools at the high school level from all states, including states with official girls state championship events as well as those with unofficial girls state championships.

For the early season rankings, the committee selected the Top 40 high school teams in the nation and added 25 teams with honorable mention.

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November National Girls High School Rankings, Pound-For-Pound Rankings Released

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling have released the November National Girls High School and Pound-for-Pound rankings.

This national ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

The preseason has concluded, with all of the major events held prior to the start of the high school season, including Super 32, the USA Wrestling Preseason Nationals, FreakShow and many others. In some states, early season high school tournaments have already started, with most of the nation competing regularly throughout December.

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New National Girls High School Preseason Rankings released and Pound-For-Pound Rankings also updated

USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum has published the Preseason Rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2023-24 season. This national ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

Last year’s high school graduates have been removed, and many new athletes have joined the rankings for the first time, including eligibility for incoming eighth graders.

The event which clearly had the most impact on these rankings was the record-setting 2023 USMC Junior and 16U Nationals in Fargo, N.D. in July. The rankings also included the U17 and U20 World Championships, the U15 Pan American Trials, and the launch of the new season, FloWrestling’s Who’s Number One. Other top early events that impacted rankings were the Ultimate Club Duals and the Journeymen Fall Classic.

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Year-End National Girls High School Rankings, Pound-For-Pound Rankings Released

USA Wrestling, FloWrestling and the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum have published its July 2023 rankings for high school girls wrestlers for the 2022-23 season. This national ranking evaluates all girls enrolled in grades 8-12, and athletes from all 50 states are eligible for selection.

This is the final ranking of the 2022-23 season and still includes the high school seniors from the year who have graduated. The next ranking will come in the fall of 2023, with all of the graduated seniors taken out.

This ranking is timed just prior to the 2023 USMC Junior/16U Nationals in Fargo, N.D. which will begin next week. The girls competition, which is loaded with ranked wrestlers and up-and-coming talents, will be held July 15-16 and broadcast live on FloWrestling.

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