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* Grade Levels are For 2020-2021 School Year*
General EVENT Information
This event will follow strict COVID-19 health and safety protocols in adherence with local & state department health guidelines. The safety of our attendees remains our top priority. A detailed report of protocols will be sent to coaches and team organizers multiple times before the event and will be posted here shortly.
Mandatory Mask Policy
Everyone in attendance is required to wear an approved mask prior to entering and while on Convention Center property. If you are unwilling to wear a mask at all times, please do not attend the event. Wrestlers who are actively competing will be permitted to remove their mask.
Everyone who attends the Fall National Duals will be required to undergo temperature a screening prior to entering the Convention Center. If your temperature is 100.4 or higher you will not be permitted to enter the facility, no exceptions. Your temperature will be checked every time you attempt to enter the facility.
Everyone who attends the Fall National Dyals will be required to fill out and pass CDC approved health screening paperwork before entering the Convention Center. Screenings will be emailed to coaches (for coaches & athletes) prior to the event and will be onsite for spectators prior to purchasing tickets.
Spectators at the Fall National Duals must be family members of an athlete or coach. All ticketed attendees will be required to undergo temperature and daily health screenings prior to entering the Convention Center.
Who Should Not Attend
Those who are at high risk for severe infection should not attend the event. All matches will be streamed live on FloWrestling.
Defense Soap is the official hygiene partner of the NHSCA. Event competition space will be cleaned using Defense Soap Products. Defense Soap was included on the most recent EPA list of registered antimicrobial products for use against Novel Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. Defense Soap will be onsite at the Fall National Duals.
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In order to limit crowding both inside and outside the Convention Center, teams will receive a scheduled time of 5pm, 6pm, or 7pm on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. Teams will be required to weigh-in together (full team).
Your specific time and scale number has been sent via email to the team organizer on Oct. 27th. If you did not receive this email, please check your spam!
The time your team is scheduled to weigh-in will not be changed.
There is a limited number of team spots available for early weigh-ins at 2:00pm on Friday, Nov. 6, 2020. Teams will be required to weigh-in together (full team).
Early weigh-ins will be first come, first serve and be available for purchase. Cost: $100/Team.
* Can only be purchased by a registered team organizer or coach! There will be no refunds
Your scale number has been sent via email to the team organizer on Oct. 27th. If you did not receive this email, please check your spam!
All rosters are due online by midnight of October 24, 2020 for seeding purposes. Please see the appropriate division page(s) to update your roster(s).
Athletes are only eligible to compete or be listed on one team roster & one division.
Elementary: 52,56,60,65,70,75,80,85,90,95,100,110,120,150 (+1 lb Weight Allowance)
Middle School: 75,80,85,90,95,100,105,112,119,127,135,142,154,165,180,230 (+2 lbs Weight Allowance)
High School: 106, 113, 120,126,132, 138, 145, 152, 160, 170, 182, 195, 220, 285 (+3 lbs Weight Allowance)
Wrestlers MUST Weigh-In Wearing a Singlet!
When wrestlers weigh in, we will be using your actual weight to determine your eligible weight class. You will be eligible for that weight and the weight higher. (i.e. if you weigh in at 115.8, you will be eligible for 113 and 120)
Each Team is Guaranteed 6 Matches During the Two Day Event!
There will be dedicated mat space for challenge matches throughout the event. Athletes who have received forfeits will be prioritized.
The health and safety of our athletes, coaches, spectators, and staff members remains our highest priority. In consultation with medical professionals and local authorities, we are developing a schedule that limits attendees’ exposure throughout the event and guarantees six matches during the two-day event.
Teams will be placed in the Red, White, or Blue division and will compete in their specific division throughout the event. By grouping teams in separate divisions and times, attendees’ will be in the Convention Center with the same attendees each day.
Awards will be given to the top placing teams in each division, paired with the competition level selected during registration.
More detail and the full event schedule will be made available after rosters are submitted and teams can be placed in the appropriate pools and divisions.
- Each team is responsible for their own table worker. He or she will receive an free entry. Team contacts will receive a lanyard at registration. Each table worker MUST be wearing this lanyard to enter the building and be matside.
- This year we are collecting table workers contact information we can send them a tutorial about how to use the FloArena matside software prior to the event. Please register your team table worker here!
Table Workers: Please watch this training video for matside scoring prior to arriving at the event!
- High School Division: 1.30-1.30-1.30
- Middle School Division: 1.15-1.15-1.15
- Elementary School Division: 1-1-1
All wrestlers are required to weigh-in in singlets.
Athletes flagged for suspected skin infections during the weigh-in process will be evaluated by a physician retained by the NHSCA who has the final decision to allow the athlete to compete.
If your wrestler has any skin issues, please print this form for your doctor. Form must be filled out by doctor within 7 days of the start of competition at NHSCA Nationals and brought to weigh-ins.
The NHSCA reserves the right to override form if our head trainer/doctor sees any “active” skin issues.
To coach at the 2020 NHSCA Fall National Duals, please complete both steps below:
1. Be a current member of the NHSCA. Membership is $30. — Click Here!
2. Purchase the 2020 NHSCA Fall National Duals Event Pass– Click Here!
- $35 online – purchase by Wednesday, Nov. 4th.
- $45 onsite – purchase when you arrive
This is your ticket to enter as a coach. This is non-refundable and non-transferable.
You will pick up your coach’s pass onsite during the registration time on Friday. Print your receipt to speed up the process!
Online sales will close on Nov. 4th at midnight for both membership and event pass.
If you purchased the 2020 NHSCA All Event Coach Pass prior the High School Nationals, you do not need the Duals Event Pass! You will show your ID to pick up your pass — Be sure your membership is current
Spectators MUST BE family members of an athlete or coach and will be required to undergo temperature and daily health screenings prior to entering the Convention Center.
- Adult- $20.00
- Senior (65 & Older)- $10.00
- Student (ages 7-18) – $10.00
- Active Military (with ID) – FREE
- Children 6 & Under – FREE
** All Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.**
Entry Fee: $700 per team (each team may have a maximum of 18 wrestlers)
All teams MUST pay in full online when registering.
Teams that previously registered for the 2020 National Duals, Memorial Day Weekend, have received an email outlining your specific registration instructions. If you have not received this the info, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional wrestlers (over 18): There is a fee of $45 / additional wrestler and we suggest that you try to place the athlete on a team that has an incomplete roster.
It is the responsibility of the head coach to see that alternates are worked into dual meets.
If you have any questions or need assistance please email us at email@example.com
Dual tie breaker criteria is as follows:
1) Head to Head Competition (dual win not individual matches)
2) Total team points scored in dual competitions
3) Total team points scored against the team in dual competitions
Each time the tie is broken the next tie is broken by starting at the head to head again.
In the event of a 3-way (or greater) tie in a Round Robin (ex. Team A wins over Team B, B wins
over C, C wins over A). Here is how the criteria will break the tie.
Total Points for Teams in all Duals in the Round Robin. If this breaks the tie, the other Dual is
broken by the Head to Head matchup.
Team A – 175 points for
Team B – 150 points for
Team C – 200 points for
Team C wins, then B and C are decided by Head to Head matchup.
If 2 teams are tied for the most overall points, it then goes to least points giving up in all Duals
Team A – 200 points for, 75 points against
Team B – 150 points for, 50 points against
Team C – 200 points for, 85 points against
Team B wins, for giving up the least amount of points and A and C are decided by Head to Head match up.