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« on: September 05, 2017, 12:28:31 PM »

“2017 SLINGER INVITE”
Middle School Team Wrestling Tournament
Slinger High School, Slinger, Wisconsin
(12-03-17)
This tournament was started because the coaches here at Slinger feel part our job as Middle School Coaches was to get our wrestlers ready for the next level.  Why not give wrestlers the experience of what it’s like to compete like the Varsity!

**A TEAM TOURNAMENT**

GENERAL INFORMATION
WHEN: December 3, 2017 (Sunday)
LOCATION:  Slinger High School, 209 Polk St. St.  Slinger, WI 53086
WHAT:  6-8 TEAM Middle School (Grades 6-8) Wrestling Tournament                                                             
WEIGH-INS:  7:00 am
A.            All wrestlers weigh in as a team:
B.            Ounce weight variance. i.e. 79lb weight class – Wrestler weighs 79.8lbs – Wrestler          allowed to wrestle at 79lbs.
C.            All wrestlers must adhere to Hair, nails & hygiene procedures.

COACHES MTG: 8:00am                                                                                                   
WRESTLING BEGINS: 8:30am
WEIGHT CLASSES: 14 Weight Classes
AWARDS:  Approx.  3:30pm; at completion of Tournament
3 Team Trophies: Top 3 Teams
FORMAT:  Combination of Round Robin & Bracket (See Attached Sheet)
ADMISSION: Adults $2 Children under 12 Free There will be Concessions all day.

TOURNAMENT PROCEEDURES
TOURNAMENT RULES
•             Periods are 1-1-1
•             Over-Time Rule: Using High School Rules
•             A wrestler is only allowed to move up one weight class from their recorded weight.  Exception is heavyweight.
•             HWT WRESTLER TOURNAMENT RULE:  If there is more than a 20 pound difference in weight of the competing wrestlers, for safety & liability reasons, they will not be able to wrestle each other.   Both teams will receive 6 Team Points.
•             Team has the option to wrestle any eligible wrestler.
•             TEAMS will be seeded by the # of Wrestlers you have that can naturally fill the weight classes.

EXHIBITION MATCHES: 
We will have a separate 4 man round robin exhibition tournament that will run in conjunction with the dual tournament. Wrestlers will be placed in brackets with similar skill level and weight. No wrestler is allowed to wrestle the Team match and then wrestle an exhibition. 
ROUND ROBIN BRACKET
We will be using a round robin format this year with 5 guaranteed duals. Smaller teams from last year have been eliminated for better competition.

"Rollins, Jeffrey W - DOC" <Jeffrey.Rollins@wisconsin.gov>
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« Reply #1 on: September 05, 2017, 02:01:11 PM »

Great tournament, great format and with the individual tourney set up at the same time for your wrestlers not part of the scoring dual team, everyone gets matches! 

Last few years has had: Burlington, Oak Creek, South Milwaukee, Germantown, Hartford, Southern Door, Hartland, Watertown.....and others I am missing off the top of my head.

Sign up your MS team...wonderful day of competition.
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« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2017, 04:57:33 PM »

What are the weight classes for this event?
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« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2017, 08:24:50 AM »

14 weigh classes. Don't have in front of me right now. Starts at 70? And heaviest is 158 before her. Weight classes go up about 7lbs each class
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