Girls State Tournament Brackets

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The 2019 Colorado High School Girls Wrestling State Championships get started at 9 a.m. Saturday from Thornton High School. An important step toward sanctioning, this ‘official’ state championship tournament shows that the interest, passion, and dedication to the sport is real within the state of Colorado.

There is one returning state champion in the mix — that being Vista PEAK’s Elisa Abeyta at 118 pounds. Abeyta won last year’s somewhat more informal state tournament at 111 pounds, and placed fourth at last week’s regional tournament to qualify for this year’s championship bracket.

Here are the brackets for the 10 weight classes at the 2019 girls state tournament:

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