2013 Team Tournament Dates
Regional Quarterfinals - January 23, 2013
Regional Semifinals - January 30, 2013
Regional Finals - February 6, 2013
State Tournament - February 9, 2013
Tournament Brackets and Results
Regional Tournament Brackets and Results
Manager, Media and Directions
2012-13 OHSAA Team Tournament Regional
2012-13 Divisional Breakdown
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There will be three divisions of tournament competition for the OHSAA
Team Wrestling Tournament. Schools are assigned to divisions
based on male enrollment in grades 9-11 as of October 2010 and the
number of teams participating in the 2012 OHSAA Wrestling Individual
Tournament. Click to view the 2012-13 School Enrollment Figures.
Each division will be divided into eight regions geographically.
The eight regions will be divided into two subdivisions (A and B). Schools will be
assigned to a subdivision geographically.
Tournament Entry Change
Deadline - December 15, 2012
Only those schools fielding a minimum of eight weight classes are
eligible for the team tournament participation. Schools may enter
a maximum of two wresters per weight class. All participants must
Changes to OHSAA
team tournament participation must be made prior to December 15
After December 15 late entry and withdraw with $150 fee.
Team Rosters and Seeding -
January 9-13, 2013.
Team rosters and seed
voting for the 2013 OHSAA Team Tournament will be conducted
online using www.baumspage.com
Complete roster and seeding instructions were emailed to each Athletic Director
on December 20, 2012 at 3:15 pm.
Click to view the roster
and seeding instructions.
Teams will be seeded by
subdivision. The two highest seeded
teams in each subdivision are eligible to host the regional quarterfinals.
The highest seeded teams advancing to the regional semifinals are eligible to host on January 30.
The highest seeded team advancing to the regional finals on February 6
is eligible to host. In case of a tie in the seed of finalist
teams, the school in subdivision A will be eligible to host.
The Commissioner has the
authority to change a tournament site if deemed necessary.