Ohio girls wrestling state tournament at Schottenstein Center

The knowledge of competing at the Schottenstein Heart is the things of legend for Ohio’s significant school wrestlers. 

From the parade of champions to the simultaneous opposition of the 3 divisions, all on a platform that captures the interest of the countless numbers of fans in attendance, it truly is an surroundings that the wrestlers dream of competing in.

And commencing in 2023, Ohio’s feminine wrestlers will be competing for the similar chance.

Since girls wrestling was acknowledged as a comprehensive-fledged sport by the Ohio Higher Faculty Athletic Association in January, the OHSAA has been hunting for a spot for the state match, which was formerly put on by the Ohio Superior College Wrestling Coaches Affiliation. 

Columbia's Sarah Napier tries to fend off Delaware Hayes' Molly Wells in a 110-pound match at the OHSWCA girls state wrestling tournament.

On Monday, the OHSAA announced that the girls wrestling match will be held together with the boys event at the Schottenstein Middle. 

“We are pretty energized for the ladies to wrestle in the identical natural environment at the Schottenstein Centre that the boys do,” OHSAA government director Doug Ute said in a statement. “We have been functioning by means of the logistics of obtaining the two condition tournaments held along with each other at the Schott and we are pleased that it can be performed. The enjoyment and electricity will be remarkable.”