Comparable weights to college (with an additional lower weight class),8. I will post each of the following 4 proposals over the next 4 weeks...**Weight Classes & Growth Allowances (Jan 10).Weight Classes--Reduce the number of weight classes from 14 to 11.1. By eagledad, August 19 in High School Wrestling.
But instead of wrestling eleven, we only wrestle nine. Wittenberg-Birnamwood's Chad Moegenburg (120) and Dyland Schoenherr (285) are ranked first as well.Kaukauna is ranked fourth in Division 1 in the state team poll and Wisconsin Rapids and Marshfield are sixth and seventh, respectively. Back; High School … It is the second ranking of the 2017-18 season.
The following re-establishes a true growth allowance.1. "We think our proposal (of 12) is a better distribution than 14, cuts down on the number of forfeits and makes dual meets more pleasing to fans and coaches," Lombardi said.A formal vote on the topic isn't expected until next spring. Reduction of weight classes would invigorate JV level programs.4. to serve as wrestling assessors.As in the past, any master assessor can deliver the training to other medical professionals (physicians, athletic trainers, nurses, etc.) High school wrestlers typically compete in one of 14 weight classes established by the NFHS. With 11 weights. And that is an affluent town that loses all their decent wrestlers to prep schools.Any change that would reduce the number of weights would be the beginning of the end for the sport.I think the realignment of weight classes in 2011 has hurt the sport. IMO making 285 unlimited won't make any seriously noticible difference in numbers. State's governing body hopes to move from 14 to 12 divisions.
If they are reasonably distributed. High School Classes. lets go where the problems is teams with 5-10-15 guys.
I witnessed what John Hannah did on the wrestling mat and I will tell you that compared to today John Hannah was an average athlete. No dual meet tourneys. Several prominent Section 1 wrestlers are dropping down a weight class in our first rankings of 2018.
only four ffts, but only seven bouts.But what about increases in JVs? State's governing body hopes to move from 14 to 12 divisions.Some of District 10's younger wrestlers could experience a different kind of weight loss in the near future.The PIAA would reduce the number of wrestling weight classes from 14 to 12 after the organization's board of directors on May 22 passed a provision to petition the National Federation of State High School Associations to allow the change.If the NFHS were to reject that proposal, the PIAA would ask the national governing body if it could implement a three-year pilot program, which would begin with during the state's 2020-21 wrestling season.PIAA executive director Robert Lombardi, in a pennlive.com article, said the push to contract weight classes was based on data that showed a steady increase of forfeited matches, particularly in the lighter weights.
Then, what if the football oriented team of 15 meets a team of 15 little guys (that is only 1 in the top four weights, and the coach does not want to bump either of his sophomore 170's all the way up 188. The duration of tournaments would be reduced, a benefit to fans and teams.6.