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Thread: Girls Pre-season High School Rankings

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    Avallone -

    USGWA used to rank Michaela even though she never competed in those events. But in looking at the rankings I guess he isn't going to do that anymore. FWIW, the only girls event we will do in folkstyle is OKC. We are done with USGWA. Last year Reni was just too little. She was walking around at 67 and the lightest weight was 75. It's just a lot of money and travel to go and give up that much weight (though that's what ended up happening at Bodybar anyways).
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    Quote Originally Posted by M Richardson View Post
    By the way, girls way outnumber guys on my middle school team.
    What are you doing to make that happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgallan View Post
    Avallone -

    USGWA used to rank Michaela even though she never competed in those events. But in looking at the rankings I guess he isn't going to do that anymore. FWIW, the only girls event we will do in folkstyle is OKC. We are done with USGWA. Last year Reni was just too little. She was walking around at 67 and the lightest weight was 75. It's just a lot of money and travel to go and give up that much weight (though that's what ended up happening at Bodybar anyways).
    I believe we are also done with USGWA. Karissa will go to OKC, Bodybar, some local freestyle tournaments and then Fargo. She is really excited about getting to go to Fargo.
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    Once again the Maine girls have proven that they have what it takes to compete at the National level and will continue to do so. We had eight girls there this year and all placing very well this year. Even though we do not have womens wrestling our girls are boy's varsity wrestlers and often the only one on the team. We travel far and wide for the girls competion. We did have our second annual Girls Maine States, during the season and school sanctioned and had 52 girls from Maine attend. Growing every year, and that was just Maine girls. I hope that these girls soon get some recognition, many are ranked within the top 3 for 2008 and some now for 2009. I saw a post from a while back about Maine being a bad wrestling state, perhaps this truly does need to be looked at differently because these girls wrestle year round and earn their boy's varsity spots honestly. Many have made it to States as well.

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