Welcome to the District 1 website

This website is the home of PIAA District 1 wrestling. Click on the links above for tons of information regarding high school wrestling in the district. The site is constantly updated with the latest scores and results, statistics, news, and rankings. Plus check out the forum and join in the latest discussions!

It takes many people to help keep everything on this site updated and current. However, we are always looking for more people to help and contribute. If the information (schedule, roster, results, etc) for your team isn't up-to-date, then chances are we don't have someone from your program contributing information.

Anyone can signup to contribute...a coach, a parent, a fan...any adult. If your program doesn't have someone contributing, sign up is free and simple. Just click here to sign up for access to your program's section of the site.

The 2019-20 post-season is here! Regionals are all done and now all that's left is the PIAA State Championships.

Click the links below for all the District 1 post-season results, including the brackets and live updates from Hershey.  Good luck to everyone from District 1 in Hershey!

This year's AAA District Duals was perhaps the most wide-open field in recent years with any number of teams poised to take the crown. When it was all said and done, the Spring-Ford Rams dominated the tournament and captured their first ever District 1 AAA Duals championship. The Rams were seeded third behind top seed Quakertown and second seed Council Rock South, which won the last two titles. The Rams took out the two-time defending champs in the semis and then defeated the Panthers 39-22 in the final.

In the consolation bracket, Council Rock South and Garnet Valley claimed the third and fourth state qualifier spots respectively for District 1. Garnet Valley was the surprise of the tournament as they were seeded 13th to start and opened the tourney with an upset over fourth seeded Council Rock North. They then upset fifth seeded Owen J. Roberts in the quarters before falling to Quakertown in the semis. But then a win over sixth seeded West Chester Henderson clinched their spot in the state duals.

In the AA tournament, just two teams entered the first chance to represent Districts 1 or 12 in the state duals. Conwell-Egan from District 12 was the #1 seed while District 1's Faith Christian Academy was the #2 seed. Faith Christian dominated the final, winning their third title in a row, by a score of 54-21.

Congrats to Spring-Ford and Faith Christian on their championships!

Four years ago, PA-Wrestling.com started a service to record video of regular season dual meets within District 1. We hoped this service would help enhance the fan experience as well as create additional exposure for District 1 wrestling around the state and beyond. It's back for season #5!

YouTube We plan to present a "Match of the Week" each week of the regular season. Some weeks might have a second match as well. All matches will be recorded and posted to our YouTube channel the day after the match. Subscribe to our channel and enable notifications so you are notified as soon as we post any videos. When available, we hope to live stream some matches as well. Any matches that are live streamed will also be archived for later viewing.

Periodically throughout the season, we'll highlight a wrestler to tell his or her story on and off the mat. Check back often to find the latest stories!

This year we are putting out several videos in our 2019-20 District 1 Season Preview series. Joe Youngblood and Glenn Kaiser discussion many, many topics covering everything from the top teams, the top returners, the top freshmen, new rules, girls wrestling, college commits, and more! We also have interviews with coaches and wrestlers as well. Check the links below!

We've compiled the list of all returning wrestlers who participated in the 2018-19 post-season. You can view the list (including post-season tournament placing and season record) by clicking the link below. A printable version is available too via a PDF.

Every year you can find many former District 1 wrestlers on rosters at every collegiate level. The 2019-20 season is no exception. We've compiled a list of all the former D1 wrestlers who are competing in college this season (only those on official school rosters are listed). Check out the link below! Contact us if we are missing anyone.

Starting on Sunday, April 14th, we unveiled our picks for the District 1 Wrestling All Decade Team. Anyone in the graduating classes of 2010 to 2019 was eligible. A panel of over 40 coaches, referees, and wrestling media voted to pick the best of the best. We selected a First Team, Second Team, Third Team plus some honorable mentions. The list concluded with our selection of the Wrestler of the Decade as well! Be sure to check back for this special list.

Every year the District 1 Coaches Association honors the wrestlers who are successful on the mat AND in the classroom with the All-Academic Wrestling Team. This year's team has over 90 wrestlers on it! Click the links below to see this year's team as well as teams from recent seasons. Congratulations to all those honored!

During the summer of 2015 (after quite a lot of work), we have finally published a near-complete history of all District 1 post-season tournament results/brackets going back to 1974. There are a few tournaments that don't have complete results but the overwhelming majority of the section, district, and regional tournaments are complete. This project simply couldn't have been done without the work of Jack Holt, D1's wrestling historian! If you wrestled for a D1 team between 1974 and today...you HAVE to check it out.

PA-Wrestling.com is finally on Twitter... Follow @PA_wrestling as we'll be posting final scores from around District 1 as well as links to the boxscores as soon as they are available on the site. Most posts will have the #PAD1wrestle hashtag as well.

After the 2014 state tournament concluded, a panel of ten District 1 wrestling experts were asked to rank their top 25 D1 wrestlers over the past 25 years. Anyone who graduated from 1990 up to this year's senior class would be eligible for the list. We tallied all the votes to come up with our Top 25 list. Check out the link below for the list of contributors, wrestlers who received votes but not enough to crack the top 25, and the actual top 25 list.