The sport of girls wrestling has taken off around the country, but especially in Minnesota the last couple of years. The latest evidence comes in the forms of a larger postseason.
Some exciting news for Minnesota girls wrestling was just announced by the MSHSL on Wednesday.
Just one year after holding the first sanctioned girls section and state tournaments, the League announced it will be expanding the girls wrestling postseason starting this year.
“The MSHSL is excited to see continued growth in girls wrestling,” the League said in a statement. “The number of girls in MSHSL wrestling has more than doubled since last year and the League recognizes the need to modify and expand postseason opportunities at both the section and state tournaments.
“After careful data analysis and consultation with tournament staff, we will be modifying the girls individual section and state tournaments.” Continue reading at postbulletin.com →