All regional wrestling tournaments canceled due to inclement weather

All regional wrestling tournaments canceled due to inclement weather

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RENTON — The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association announced Friday morning that every boys and girls regional wrestling tournament would be canceled due to inclement weather.

“Due to the weather conditions, the WIAA has canceled all boys and girls regional wrestling tournaments in the best interest of safety and equal opportunity of all participants,” read a post on the WIAA website.

According to the post, WIAA staff and event managers are developing a 32-entry WIAA Mat Classic tournament that will begin on Friday morning. Brackets and details of the schedule will be released Monday morning.

The 32-entry tournament will be an expansion from the typical 16-person bracket to combat the cancellations.

— Staff report

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