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KSHSAA announces Regional Wrestling Assignments

The Kansas State High School Activities Association has announced the regional assignments for the 2019-20 Wrestling season. Teams from Southwestern Kansas will be at one of four regional sites on February 21-22, with hopes of advancing to their respective state tournaments.


Dodge City, Garden City and Liberal are placed at the Class 6A Topeka-Washburn Rural Regional. Also in that regional will be Derby, Haysville-Campus, Hutchinson, Junction City, Lawrence, Lawrence-Free State, Manhattan, Topeka, Topeka-Washburn Rural, Wichita-East, Wichita-Heights, Wichita-North, Wichita-South, Wichita-Southeast and Wichita-West.


Colby and Scott Community will head to the Class 4A Concordia Regional, along with Abilene, Buhler, Chapman, Clay Center Community, Concordia, Hesston, Lindsborg-Smoky Valley, Marysville, Nickerson, St. George-Rock Creek, Topeka-Hayden and Wamego.


Holcomb, Hugoton and Ulysses have been assigned to the Class 4A Wellington Regional. That includes Andale, Augusta, Clearwater, El Dorado, Mulvane, Pratt, Rose Hill, Towanda-Circle, Wellington, Wichita-Trinity Academy and Winfield.


The remainder of the area teams - Cimarron, Goodland, Lakin, Wichita County and Greeley County - will head to the Class 3-2-1A Norton Community Regional. Also headed to Norton will be Atwood-Rawlins County, Brewster, Ellis, Hays-Thomas More Prep-Marian, Hill City, Hoxie, Norton Community, Oakley, Oberlin-Decatur Community, Osborne, Phillipsburg, Plainville, Smith Center, St. Francis, Stockton and WaKeeney-Trego Community.

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