Super 32 Challenge

NOVEMBER 1-2, 2014. GREENSBORO COLISEUM SPECIAL EVENTS CENTER. GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA

 IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DATES (all times listed are Eastern):  Thursday, August 14, 6:00 pm: High School Early Entry (for those who meet established criteria)

Sunday, August 24, 12:00 noon: Middle School Division     Sunday, August 24, 12:00 noon: Elementary Division     Sunday September 21, 12:00 noon: High School Regular Registration

We are excited to announce the addition of an ELEMENTARY DIVISION for 2014, to be held on Sunday, November 2!

High School 106, 113, 120, 126, 132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220 and 285.

Three pound allowances – for all weights - Example 106 is 109 at weigh ins.



High School   (subject to change)

  • Double Elimination brackets, wrestlebacks to 8th place   Wrestling begins at 8:00 am Saturday. At this time, we plan to wrestle all rounds up to, but not including, the Quarterfinals, on Saturday, and begin with the Championship Quarterfinals and Consolation Round of 8 on Sunday morning. Wrestling will begin Sunday morning at 8:00 am. This is subject to change.  In an effort to increase scoring and add excitement, we will again be incorporating the new NCAA out of bounds scoring rule: near-falls and falls may occur as long as any portion of either wrestler remains inbounds.   Saturday all championship matches will be 2-1.5-1.5 and consolation matches 2-1-1.

    Sunday, all championship matches will be 2-2-2 and consolation 1-2-2.
  • Scholastic Style    Due to time constraints, any matches that go into overtime will use 1 minute sudden death overtime, if no score, followed by tiebreaker rideout (first to score in regulation gets choice)   College out-of-bounds rule will be used   For grades 9-12. 7th & 8th graders may wrestle in the High School Division if they choose to, but may not compete in both the Middle School and High School Divisions.   Please note: due to the size of our tournament, most weight classes are 128-256 man brackets. Please be aware there is a strong likelihood that you will wrestle more than 5 matches in one day.
    • 8-10 wrestlers per weight class will be seeded. Seeding will be done by a committee and will primarily be determined by performance in state and national events. Tournament is run on 27 mats and 2 days (not all mats will be used on Sunday) Certified officials will be used from many different states   Champions will receive custom championship belts and top 8 places are awarded medals. Finalists will receive custom championship singlets.   Minimum rest time between matches is 15 minutes
      • Headgear is recommended but not required for the High School Division  Mouth guards are required for wrestlers with braces   We anticipate the tournament ending around 5-6 pm on Sunday, based on previous years, but cannot give an exact time

Divisions and Weight Classes 

 Middle School
(subject to change)

  • For wrestlers in grades 7 & 8, as well as 6th graders born on or before October 31, 2002. Younger 5th and 6th graders may compete in this division, but may not compete in both the Elementary and Middle School tournaments. 7th & 8th graders may wrestle in the High School Division if they choose to, but may not compete in both the Middle School and High School Divisions
  • Bring a birth certificate and school report card in case your age/grade is challenged!
  • Brackets will be double elimination or round robin, depending on the size of the weight class.
  • Champion will receive custom championship belts, and top 4 places are awarded medals. (no challenges for "true" 2nd). We will still wrestle to 8th place. Finalists will receive custom championship singlets.
  • Middle School division will be held on Sunday beginning at 8 am
  • 2-1-1 periods (Championship); 1-1-1 (Consolation)
  • Scholastic Style
  • Due to time constraints, any matches that go into overtime will use 1 minute sudden death overtime, if no score, followed by tiebreaker rideout (first to score in regulation gets choice)
  • College out of bounds rules will be used (but NOT the near-fall/fall scoring rule as mentioned above for the High School Division)
  • Headgear is required for the Middle School Division. Mouth guards are required for wrestlers with braces.
  • Tournament is run on 6-8 mats.
  • Certified officials will be used from many different states
  • Weight Classes (no allowance!) 75, 80, 85, 90, 95, 100, 105, 112, 120, 128, 136, 145, 157, 180, 235
  • We anticipate the tournament ending around 5-6 pm on Sunday, based on previous years, but cannot give an exact time





     

     Wgt.  

     Wrestler  

    Grade

    High School 

    106

     

        

    O. W. C. 

    113


       

    O. W. C. 

    120 

      

     

    O. W. C. 

    126,


    O. W. C. 

    132


     

    O. W. C. 

    138


     

    O. W. C.

    145 


     

    O. W. C.

    152


     

    O. W. C. 

    160,


       

    O. W. C. 

    170


     

    O. W. C. 

    182,  


     

    O. W. C. 

    195

     

     

    O. W. C. 

    220

     

     

    O. W. C. 

    285


     

    O. W. C. 


     

     

    O. W. C. 


       

     

     

     Open weight slots are vacant, Names in red are unpaid and still open

      

     Divisions and Weight Classes

    Elementary School
    (subject to change)

    • There will be 2 divisions for the Elementary School:
      • Age 11 & under (for wrestlers born on or after November 1, 200 Age 8 & under (for wrestlers born on or after November 1, 200  Bring a birth certificate in case your age/grade is challenged!
    • Weight Classes:
      • 11 & under: 50-55-60-65-70-75-80-85-90-95- 103-112-125-135-HWT
      • 8 & under: 40-45-50-55-60-65-72-80-HWT
    • Brackets will be double elimination or round robin, depending on the size of the weight class.
    • Champions will receive custom championship belts and top 4 places are awarded medals. (no challenges for "true" 2nd). We will still wrestle to 6th place.
    • Elementary School division will be held on Sunday beginning at 8 am
    • 2-1-1 periods (Championship); 1-1-1 (Consolation)
    • Scholastic Style
    • Due to time constraints, any matches that go into overtime will use 1 minute sudden death overtime, if no score, followed by tiebreaker rideout (first to score in regulation gets choice)
    • College out of bounds rules will be used (but NOT the near-fall/fall scoring rule as mentioned above for the High School Division)
    • Headgear is required for the Elementary School Division. Mouth guards are required for wrestlers with braces.
    • Tournament is run on 6-8 mats.
    • Certified officials will be used from many different states

    • We anticipate the tournament ending around 5-6 pm on Sunday, based on previous years, but cannot give an exact time



     

     Wgt.  

     Wrestler  

    Grade

    Middle School 

    75

     

        

    O. W. C. 

    80  

     

       

    O. W. C. 

     85  

       

     

    O. W. C. 

     90


    O. W. C. 

    95


     

    O. W. C. 

    100,


     

    O. W. C.

    105

     

    O. W. C.

    112

     

    O. W. C. 

    120


       

    O. W. C. 

    128


     

    O. W. C. 

    136  


     

    O. W. C. 

    145 


     

    O. W. C. 

    157,

     

     

    O. W. C. 

    180


     

    O. W. C. 

    235,


     

    O. W. C. 

     

       

     

     


     
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