Currently the PIAA does not officially sanction girls wrestling as a high school sport in the state. The PIAA has stated that 100 schools need to sponsor a girls wrestling team before they will sanction it and create a PIAA Girls Wrestling State Championship.

SanctionPA is a movement intended to grow girls wrestling within PA and to get to that goal of 100 school as quickly as possible.

Visit today to find lots of information on how you can help start a girls program at your school. There is even a template document and a template presentation you can use in your proposal for your school.

Schools that have officially started a girls wrestling program

  School District Date News Articles
1. J.P. McCaskey 3 3/17/2020 | York Daily Record
2. Easton 11 5/26/2020 | Morning Call
3. Executive Education Academy 11 5/29/2020 Morning Call
4. North Allegheny 7 6/24/2020 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
5. Central Mountain 6 9/10/2020 Lock Haven Express
6. Governor Mifflin 3 9/21/2020 WFMZ
7. Annville-Cleona 3 9/21/2020 Lebanon Daily News
8. Gettysburg 3 10/5/2020 York Daily Record
9. Brandywine Heights 3 11/2/2020  
10. Delaware Valley 2 4/15/2021 The Times-Tribune
11. Western Wayne 2 6/16/2021 The Times-Tribune
12. Bald Eagle Area 6 6/17/2021 Centre Daily Times
13. Parkland 11 6/22/2021 | Morning Call
14. Exeter 3 8/17/2021 Reading Eagle
15. Souderton 1 9/24/2021  

2020 MyHouse Pennsylvania Girls State Championships

2020 MyHouse PA Girls HS State Champions

On Sunday, March 8th (the day after the PIAA championships in Hershey), Gettysburg HS was the site of the 2020 MyHouse Pennsylvania Girls State Championship wrestling tournament. Any girl who wrestles at a public or private high school within the geographical boundaries of Pennsylvania and is in grades 9-12 for the 2019-20 scholastic year was eligible to participate. was excited to be there and record videos of all the high school finals matches. You can view those matches, along with interviews with all champions at the links below.

Newsletters from 2019