Women's Wrestling

2018 Super 32 Girls Preview

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Alexys Zepeda Photo courtesy of Jim Thrall; MatFocus.com

Since the year 2000, the Super 32 has been a place for high school boys to get a tune-up in about a month before the start of the regular season. Starting around 2005 it became known as the spot for the nation’s elite to come and do battle, and it has gotten tougher each season since. The tournament has been known for handing out championship belts for the winners of each respective weight class.

Last year, in a move that was long overdue, a high school girls division was added to the tournament. While the entry numbers started small in 2017, the reputation for being a place where the top kids in the country come has spread to the girl's tournament. The list of champions from 2017 reads like “who’s who”  of high school girls wrestling and it has only improved in 2018. This weekend from Greensboro, North Carolina almost 200 girls will be in competition for a coveted Super 32 belt.

Here are some of the favorites to watch at each weight and prediction of the placewinners.

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