FAQs

FAQ's about The Ohio Novice State Tournament

Mission Statement: To provide an opportunity for wrestler’s early in their career while supporting and promoting Ohio wrestling at all levels.

Why a Novice state tournament?

Wrestling in Ohio has a rich tradition and history. It is our goal that in hosting a novice state wrestling tournament we may be able to encourage more wrestlers to become excited and involved with our sport. By exposing wrestlers of similar experience we feel that they will not feel as overwhelmed and overmatched as they often do when they first get started in this great sport.

How did you define a novice wrestler?

It is clear that there is no black/white definition on who is/isn’t a novice wrestler. We looked at other states definition and came up with qualifications, which we believe are fair. Please click here Entry Form for the exact qualifications.

What type of awards are there going to be?

Custom designed medals will be presented for 1st – 6th, custom Rudis shirts for the finalists, and a bag for the chamption

How do we sign up?

All wrestlers must sign up and pay the entry fee on www.trackwrestling.com.

Can wrestlers change weight classes?

Wrestlers will not be able to change weight classes the day of the event but will be able to until 12p the day they will be attending a weigh in. This can be done by the parent/guardian on www.TrackWrestling.com.

What is required to weigh in?

Wrestlers must wear compression shorts or a singlet to weigh in. No wrestler is allowed to weigh in wearing only their underwear.

Is there a weight allowance?

There is NO weight allowance for the tournament. Example ** In order to wrestle in the 60 pound weight class the wrestlers must weigh in at 60.0 OR LESS. If they are over they will automatically be bumped to the next division. We will never move a wrestler down a weight class

Is headgear required?

No, headgear is not required.

Can teams enter a roster?

Trackwrestling.com does offer a way for teams with > 20 wrestlers to enter all of their wrestlers and pay separately. Email OhioNoviceState@gmail.com with questions.

What is the $50 Challenge Fee for?

The challenge fee is put into place in the event that someone wishes to challenge a wrestlers novice status. We would collect the $50 and look into the challenge. If you, the challenger, is proved correct the money will be returned and also the challenged wrestler will be removed from the tournament. However, if you, the challenger, are proved wrong then the $50 will be used as a donation.

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Amy Mattin,
Dec 28, 2011, 5:51 PM
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