The debut of the Oklahoma girls 6A high school wrestling rankings marks a transformative chapter in the state’s athletic history, celebrating the expansion and recognition of girls’ wrestling with the division into 5A and 6A categories for the first time. This landmark division reflects the surging popularity and competitive nature of the sport among female athletes.
Taking the lead in the 6A division is Bixby High School, which has impressively claimed the top ranking with 78 points, backed by seven wrestlers earning their place in the state’s elite, highlighting the school’s commitment to excellence and the wrestlers’ hard-earned prowess.
Hot on their heels, Union High School has grabbed the second rank with 66 points, matching the number of their seven ranked wrestlers, indicative of their strong competitive spirit and the depth of their wrestling program.
Edmond North and Broken Arrow are locked in a tie for the third spot, each with 48 points but with a contrasting number of ranked wrestlers; Edmond North boasts three, while Broken Arrow impresses with nine, showcasing the diverse talent across the teams. Moore High School completes the top five with 46 points and six ranked wrestlers, each team contributing to a fiercely competitive field that sets a high bar for what’s expected to be a thrilling and historic season in Oklahoma girls’ wrestling.
6A Girls Team Rankings
6A Girls Individual Rankings