Denver, CO: The Colorado Middle School State Regionals and State Championship have not only become a well-attended favorite in Colorado; they have also become an extremely important part of Colorado wrestling.
With many high school wrestling teams lacking in numbers, the middle school regionals and state tournament have helped influence wrestlers who may not have had future plans to wrestle in high school. After they experienced the tournaments that determine a true middle school state champion, they have changed their future course and turned to wrestling as a sport they look forward to continuing in high school.
Adam Gutierrez, President of RMN Events states, "It is our goal to keep wrestling strong in the state of Colorado and the middle school regionals and state tournaments do just that, you will see the same top wrestlers placing in the high school state finals as you see in the middle school state finals."
The top eight that qualify at one the following six regionals held in Grand Junction, Pueblo, Adam State University, Fort Lupton, Erie and Chaparral high schools, will compete the following week for free. The awards that are given to each champion are massive and each outstanding wrestler receives a custom belt that will become a mainstay in their personal display at home.
The deadline for regionals is March 22, 2016 at Midnight. All wrestlers must compete and qualify at regionals in order to compete for a state title the following week in Denver.
The cost of registration is $40 if registered before March 10, 2016, $45 if registered on/after March 11, 2016.
Click here for more information on the Colorado Middle School Regionals or State Championship: http://www.rmnevents.com.
- Associated Wrestling Press