Wrestlers are hoping to a get a good spot in the upcoming state meet, but first they have to find where they stand on their side of the state.

Regional wrestling will be one and two day tournaments in six different locations across the state.

Teams can enter and qualify 2 wrestlers per weight division for state.

The wrestler who scores the most points in his weight class will be the scorer for his team.

4A East at Cheyenne Central:

Gillette had 11 wrestlers in the finals, winning 3 of them. The Camels scores 266 ahead of runner-up Sheridan who had 199.5.

4A West at Rock Springs:

Green River had 12 wrestlers in the finals, winning 8 of them. The Wolves won with 271 points, ahead of runner-up Natrona who had 185.

3A East at Douglas:

The host Bearcats won with 248 points, thanks to placing 11 wrestlers in the finals and winning 5 of them. Worland was runner-up with 176.

3A West at Lovell:

Powell won with 248 points, thanks to placing 10 wrestlers in the finals, winning 6 of them. Star Valley was runner-up with 207.

2A East at Hulett:

Moorcroft dominated the meet, scoring 280.5 points, thanks to placing 10 wrestlers in the finals, winning 8 of them. Burns/Pine Bluffs was the next closest team at 122.

2A West at Big Piney:

Cokeville won by 3 points ahead of Lyman (184-181).