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Early look at Michigan’s top high school wrestlers heading into 2021-22 season

Michigan’s high school wrestling season begins with its first dual meets on Wednesday, but the state’s best have already logged countless hours preparing their bodies for a shot at greatness. From a team perspective, the state’s four defending champions – Davison, Lowell, Dundee and Clinton – all return loaded rosters that should have them in contention once again, but there are several schools that are eager and capable of dethroning the reigning champs in 2022. Team districts begin Feb. 9, and the individual tournament starts on Feb. 12, and this year’s playoffs include a new MHSAA-sponsored girls division that will see the top female wrestlers crowned alongside the boys at Ford Field on March 5. As usual, those dates will be here before you know it, so check out the links below to get the scoop on the state’s best grapplers heading into the 2021-22 season. Top 10 girls wrestlersTop 50 lightweight wrestlersTop 50 middleweight wrestlersTop 50 upperweight wrestlersMore high school sports coverageMHSAA adds girls wrestling state tournament for 2021-22 school yearRecord-setting high school wrestler looks to take flight at University of MichiganFour-time state champ Alex Facundo gives wrestlers pep talk on break from Penn StateJackson Northwest wrestler earns All-American honors at 16U Fargo NationalsGR Catholic Central senior doesn’t allow Crohn’s Disease to derail football careerCheck out the 2021 MLive Football Dream Teams for offense and defense

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