Welcome to PA-Wrestling.com

This website is all about Pennsylvania wrestling!  Our main coverage is on high school wrestling but we also have some info on junior high and middle school.  Click the links above for information on all twelve PIAA high school districts as well as every league and every team in the state.  Get all the latest results and stats on your favorite teams and wrestlers as well.  You can also visit our forums to catch up with other fans from around the state.

During the season, check out our tournament coverage featuring interactive brackets of regular and post-season tournaments.  Some tournaments have live updates as well.

It's never too early to start looking towards next season! We’ve compiled the list of all returning wrestlers who participated in the 2020-21 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.

The 2020-21 scholastic wrestling season concluded at Cumberland Valley HS on Saturday, March 27th with the finals of the PIAA Team Wrestling Championships. Despite the unusual nature of the season, the Reynold Raiders did what they have been doing for years now - winning the PIAA Class AA Duals championship. The Raiders won their fifth straight AA title, defeating Southern Columbia for the fourth year in a row. It was the eighth overall title for Reynolds.

After finishing second in AAA last year, Waynesburg won their first team championship with a 42-3 rout of Central Dauphin in the AAA finals. The Raiders were dominant in their three state duals matches, outscoring their opponents 146 to 28. Waynesburg also won the team title at the individual tournament as well.

Congrats to both teams on their championships!

The 2021 individual post-season has completed, and due to COVID it was quite different from a normal year. One thing that's still the same - we have ALL the brackets and results! Check the links below for access to all the brackets and results from around the state.

Every season, we try to get EVERY result for all teams and wrestlers. That's a difficult task and we believe we are missing a few results this season. Check the link below for the latest list of the duals we think we are missing. If you have results for those duals or you know they never took place, please let us know!

2021 MyHouse PA Girls HS State Champions

The 2021 edition of the MyHouse PA Girls State Wrestling Championships took place on Sunday, March 21st at Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim. Any girl who wrestles at a public or private high school within the geographical boundaries of Pennsylvania was eligible to compete. Awards were given to the top 6 girls in each of the 11 weight classes.


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 sanctionpa.com 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.

As part of the movement, 15 schools in PA have announced they are starting girls programs! Check the link below for more details on the movement and which schools are sponsoring girls wrestling starting in 2020-21!

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed everything in our lives, and the 2020-21 scholastic wrestling season will certainly be different from a normal season. Even before the pandemic hit, the PIAA decided to go from 14 to 13 weight classes in high school. But the changes needed just to have a season during a pandemic will be even more drastic.

Send Us Your Schedules!

For starters, almost every school's schedule has changed from their original plan. Tournaments all over the state and the country have been cancelled or significantly cut back for this season. Many leagues and schools have decided to delay the start of their seasons (some not planning on starting until January). Big changes to the post-season were recently announced by the PIAA - check out the link below for all the details. And of course, it remains to be seen if fans will even be permitted to watch wrestling live in person throughout the state this season. Many teams are expected to record and/or live stream their matches this season.

Hopefully, everyone will stay healthy and we'll get a full season in the books culminating in the state championships in Hershey. Everyone needs to work together (wear masks, wash your hands, etc) as much as possible for the season to be a success. We have no doubt that the wrestling community in PA will do just that!

We're working hard to get our database of rosters and schedules loaded up as quickly as we can. Due to all the changing schedules, if you have your team's updated schedule please send it to us (email@pa-wrestling.com) so we can get it posted on the site.

Good luck to all the wrestlers and coaches this season!

On Tuesday, April 28th, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) released their rule changes for the upcoming 2020-21 scholastic wrestling season. The biggest changes where around weigh-in procedures and loosening the rules around hair length. For the complete list of changes, check out the link below:

Then the following day, the PIAA Wrestling Steering Committee voted on a plan that would move high school wrestling in the state to 13 weight classes. This plan was recommended to the PIAA Board of Directors at their next meeting on May 20th for review. The PIAA Board followed their normal procedure of reading and voting on the proposal at three consecutive meetings. At each of those three meetings, culminating in their July 15th meeting, the board voted unanimously to move to 13 weights for the 2020-21 season.

The new 13 weight classes for high school are:    106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 172, 189, 215, 285

As you can see there are no changes in the first 9 weights (up to 160) with “heavyweight” staying at 285 pounds. The other upper weights were adjusted with one being dropped. The weight classes are expected to be reviewed after the season, with many believing the NFHS will be change weight classes nationally at that time.

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Ever want to look over old PIAA Wrestling Championship brackets and results...but can't find them online?  Well look no further as we have ALL of them on our site!  That is EVERY state championship bracket and result going back to 1938.  Along with all the results and the rest of the statistics for each tournament you've come to expect from our online brackets, we also have some statistical reports and breakdowns that combine AA and AAA results.  Want a quick list of all the 2, 3, or 4 time state champs?  We got it!  How about which schools have the most 3 or 4 time medal winners?  We got that too!  Just click the link below for all the results and reports.

This will be an ongoing project for quite some time and it involves thousands of names and details.  If you see anything incorrectly listed (name spelled wrong, record or results incorrectly posted, or something else), please let us know by emailing us at email@pa-wrestling.com and we'll get it fixed ASAP.  Thanks!