2010 CIF Girls Wrestling State Championships Results

The results for the 2010 CIF Girls Wrestling State Championships can be viewed here: 2010 CIF Girls State Final. If you would like to download a copy, pleas do so from here (if the link does not work please let me know).

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2010 Girls CIF SS Championships Results

These are the results for the 2010 CIF SS Girls Wrestling Championships. If you would like to download a PDF copy which includes the brackets, you can get it from here (if the link does not work let me know in the comments section).

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2009 Girls Southern Regional Wrestling Tournament Results

Before CIF sanctioned an official state championship tournament, a group of coaches with the foresight to believe in the future girls’ wrestling were organizing tournaments that allowed the girls to show-off their skills.

There weren’t enough girls participating in the sport for each section to have its own championship, but the organizers of the “Unofficial State Championships” came up with a way to allow the girls to earn a ticket to the event. They divided California into two regions, north and south (the rivalry between the two regions already existed and this division just added a new aspect)

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2008 Girls Southern Regional Wrestling Tournament Results

Before CIF sanctioned an official state championship tournament, a group of coaches with the foresight to believe in the future girls’ wrestling were organizing tournaments that allowed the girls to show-off their skills.

There weren’t enough girls participating in the sport for each section to have its own championship, but the organizers of the “Unofficial State Championships” came up with a way to allow the girls to earn a ticket to the event. They divided California into two regions, north and south (the rivalry between the two regions already existed and this division just added a new aspect).

The results … Read more

2007 Girls Southern Regional Wrestling Tournament Results

Before CIF sanctioned an official state championship tournament, a group of coaches with the foresight to believe in the future girls’ wrestling were organizing tournaments that allowed the girls to show-off their skills.

There weren’t enough girls participating in the sport for each section to have its own championship, but the organizers of the “Unofficial State Championships” came up with a way to allow the girls to earn a ticket to the event. They divided California into two regions, north and south (the rivalry between the two regions already existed and this division just added a new aspect).

The results … Read more

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