For over a decade now, the Super 32 has been considered the premier preseason event for boys high school wrestling. With the advent of the girl’s tournament in 2017, the Super 32 is now becoming the ““place to be” for the elite girls in America. Actually, we’ll say North America, as there was a large contingent of decorated Canadian girls that competed, as well. When the dust cleared on Sunday, and the last of the 11 championship belts were presented, the winners ended up being some of the top girl’s wrestlers in the country, as expected. Along the way, five wrestlers had breakout performances in Greensboro. While only one of them finished in first place, all five have dramatically raised their stock going forward.
103 lbs - Chloe Ayres (Princeton, New Jersey)
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