Iowa High School Athletic Association

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Iowa High School Athletic Association
IHSAA logo.jpg
Map of USA highlighting Iowa.png
Abbreviation IHSAA
Legal status
Association
Purpose Athletic/Educational
Headquarters 1605 South Story St.
Boone, Iowa 50036, United States
Region served
Iowa
Membership 375+ high schools
Official language
English
Executive Director
Richard Wulkow
Affiliations National Federation of State High School Associations
Staff 17
Website iahsaa.org
Remarks (515) 432-2011

The Iowa High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) is the regulating body for male Iowa high school interscholastic athletics and is a full member of the National Federation of State High School Associations. Its female counterpart, the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union, (IGHSAU) is an associate member. Iowa is the only state that maintains separate governing bodies for boys' and girls' athletics.

Sports overseen by the IHSAA are baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field, and wrestling.

As classifications vary highly across sports, they are included under the individual sport section.

Mission Statement[1][edit]

The ideals of good sportsmanship, ethical behavior, and integrity permeate our culture. The values of good citizenship and high behavioral standards apply equally to all activity disciplines. In perception and practice, good sportsmanship shall be defined as those qualities of behavior which are characterized by generosity and genuine concern for others. Further, an awareness is expected of the impact of an individual’s influence on the behavior of others. Good sportsmanship is viewed by the Iowa High School Athletic Association as a concrete measure of the understanding and commitment to fair play, ethical behavior, and integrity.

Administrative staff[edit]

The administrative staff that runs the IHSAA consists of the 7 members in the office of directors, and the 10 members of the board of control.

Board of directors[2][edit]

  • Executive Director- Richard Wulkow
  • Assistant Executive Director- David Anderson
  • Assistant Executive Director- Todd Tharp
  • Assistant Executive Director- Alan Beste
  • Director of Officials- Roger Barr
  • Director of Community Outreach and Communication- Chad Elsberry
  • Information Director- Bud Legg

Board of control[3][edit]

  • Chairperson- Brett Nanninga
  • Vice-Chairperson- Tom Keating
  • Treasurer- Dr. Craig Scott
  • Member- Steve Oberg
  • Member- Randy Moffit
  • Member- Greg Darling
  • Member- Gary Ross
  • Member- Mike Cormack
  • Member- David Herold

Baseball[edit]

The IHSAA, historically, has had 3 state baseball championships. Currently, there is only one: the Summer State Championship, whose winners are currently recognized as the State Champions. Historically, however, the winners of all 3 tournaments are given credit for State Championships. Iowa was the first State Association in the nation to hold a baseball championship meet in the summer.[4]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 4A- Largest 48 schools
  • 3A- Next 64 largest schools
  • 2A- Next 128 largest schools
  • 1A- Remaining (136) schools

State Champions[edit]

Summer Tournament[edit]

The summer tournament was first held in 1946, with one classification from 1946-1972. From 1973-1980, there were 2 classifications (1A and 2A), and since 1981 there have been 4 classifications (1A, 2A, 3A, and 4A).

Spring Tournament[edit]

The Spring Tournament was held every summer from 1928–1972, and is the oldest of the 3 state tournaments. In the 4 years prior to 1928 (1924–1927), Iowa State College hosted an “invitational state tournament” in the spring that attracted nearly 40 schools, but was unofficial in nature. Unlike the Summer tournament, the Spring tournament never divided into separate classes.[4]

Fall Tournament[edit]

The Fall Tournament was held every summer from 1939-1985. Unlike the Summer tournament, the Fall tournament never divided into separate classes. .[4]

Basketball[edit]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 4A- Largest 48 schools
  • 3A- Next 64 largest schools
  • 2A- Next 128 largest schools*
  • 1A- Remaining (148) schools

*IHSAA Board policy allows schools to participate in a higher classification than their enrollment places them in a sport with four classes. Schools requesting this placement will remain in higher class for two years. As a result, In the 2006-2007 school year, there were 129 schools in 2A basketball, even though regulations call for 128

State Champions[7][edit]

Timeline[edit]

  • 1912-1919 - unsupervised, non IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning one state champion.
  • 1920-1922 - unsupervised, non IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning two state champions, one in Iowa City and one in Ames.
  • 1923 – supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning one state champion; round robin format
  • 1924 – no state champion listed according to IHSAA website
  • 1925-1926 - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning two state champions in “A” and “B” divisions; round robin format
  • 1927-1955 - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning one state champion
  • 1956-1960 - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning two state champions in “A” and “B” divisions
  • 1961-1966 - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning one state champion
  • 1967-1974 - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning three state champions in “1A” and “2A” classes
  • 1975-1984 - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning three state champions in “1A”, “2A”, and “3A” classes.
  • 1985-1992 supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning four state champions in “A”, “1A”, “2A”, and “3A” classes.
  • 1993–present - supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning four state champions in “1A”, “2A”, “3A” and “4A” classes.
Iowa State Basketball Tournament Champions (Pre-IHSAA).
Year Division/Class Champion
1912* Ottumwa
1913* Davenport
1914* Cedar Rapids Washington
1915* Ottumwa
1916* Cedar Rapids Washington
1917* Mount Pleasant
1918* Mount Pleasant
1919* Fort Dodge
1920* Iowa City
Ames
Davenport
Boone
1921* Iowa City
Ames
Davenport
Boone
1922* Iowa City
Davenport
Cedar Rapids Washington
Grinnell

Bowling[edit]

Bowling was first sanctioned by the IHSAA in 2009-2010.

State Champions[edit]

Iowa State Bowling Team Champions
Year 1A 2A
2010 Dubuque Wahlert Catholic Clinton
2011 Epworth, Western Dubuque Davenport North
2012 Epworth, Western Dubuque Dubuque Hempstead
2013 Dubuque Wahlert Catholic[8] Davenport North[9]
2014 Columbus Catholic, Waterloo TBD

Cross country[edit]

Cross Country was first contested in Iowa in 1922, and is considered a fall sport. It is also the only sport that is jointly sanctioned by the IHSAA and the IGHSAU. The current official distance for cross country meets is 5000m (approximately 3.1 miles).[10] The standard format for team scoring, per NFHS guidelines, is to sum the places of the 5 highest placing runners among qualifying teams (teams must have at least 5 runners to qualify in the context of the team competition) to obtain the team's score. Teams are then ranked with the lowest score winning. Additionally, a team may have up to 7 runners count in placing for team scores, although only the first 5 scores, with the 6th and 7th runners serving to displace and rower the position of runners on other teams.[11][12][13]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

In classifying Cross Country programs, due to the collaboration of the IHSAA and IGHSAU, teams are included in the largest 48, next 64, etc., on the basis of having ‘’either’’ a boys or a girls program, as not all schools have both. This is to avoid a situation where boys and girls from the same school do not compete in the same class.

  • 4A- Largest 48 schools
  • 3A- Next 64 largest schools
  • 2A- Next 72 largest schools
  • 1A- Remaining Schools (128)

State Champions[10][edit]

Timeline[edit]

  • 1922-1929 – unsanctioned, unsupervised State Championship crowning one individual and one team state champion. Race length-2 miles
  • 1930-1934 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning one individual and one team state champion. Race length-2 miles
  • 1935 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning one individual and one team state champion. Race length-1.9 miles
  • 1936 sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning one individual and two team state champions. Race length-1.9 miles
  • 1937-1946 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning three individual and three team state champions. Race length-1.9 miles
  • 1947 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning four individual and no team state champions. Race length-1.9 miles
  • 1948-1950 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning four individual and four team state champions. Race length-1.9 miles
  • 1951-1956 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning four individual and four team state champions. Race length-1.8 miles
  • 1957-1963 - sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning five individual and five team state champions. Race length-1.8 miles
  • 1964-1966 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning six individual and six team state champions. Race length-1.8 miles
  • 1967-1968 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning six individual and six team state champions. Race length-2.0 miles
  • 1969-1975 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning seven individual and seven team state champions. Race length-2.0 miles
  • 1976-1980 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning four individual and four team state champions. Race length-2.0 miles
  • 1981-1986 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning three individual and three team state champions. Race length-2.0 miles
  • 1987-2002 – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning three individual and three team state champions. Race length-5000 meters
  • 2003–present – sanctioned, supervised State Championship crowning four individual and four team state champions. Race length-5000 meters

Football[edit]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

Football classifications remain the same for 2 years.

  • 4A- Enrollment 700 and larger, plus smaller schools from 4A conferences
  • 3A- Next Largest 64
  • 2A- Next Largest 64
  • 1A- Next Largest 64
  • A- Remaining 11 player schools
  • 8-player- Option for smaller schools. Although there appears to be no specific sizes to participate in 8-player regular season games, schools with enrollments greater than 115 are not eligible for 8-player playoffs

State Champions[14][edit]

Although different sources claim that certain schools to have been state champions in years prior to 1972, these championships are not apparently recognized by the IHSAA and are not listed on its website, and it is not clear how these championships were determined.

Iowa State Football Championship Game winners
Year 8-player A 1A 2A 3A 4A
1972 Radcliffe Sioux Center Harlan Community Cedar Rapids Jefferson
1973 Dexfield (Redfield) Britt LeMars Davenport Central
1974 AvoHa (Avoca) Mount Vernon Decorah Davenport West
1975 Glidden-Ralston Hudson Urbandale Sioux City Bishop Heelan
1976 Conrad BCL Central Lyon Waterloo Columbus Davenport Central
1977 Manilla Central Lyon Emmetsburg Davenport West
1978 Eastwood (Correctionville) Sibley Cedar Rapids Regis Mason City
1979 Treynor Sigourney Emmetsburg Dubuque Hempstead
1980 Woodbury Central (Moville) Roland-Story Marion Newton
1981 Paullina Dike Roland-Story Cedar Rapids Prairie Bettendorf
1982 Lone Tree Pekin (Packwood) Cedar Rapids LaSalle Harlan Community Sioux City Bishop Heelan
1983 Sutherland Pekin (Packwood) Cedar Rapids LaSalle Harlan Community Davenport Central
1984 Schleswig Pocahontas Grundy Center Harlan Community Sioux City East
1985 Paton-Churdan Center Point Algona Bishop Garrigan Pleasant Valley Linn-Mar (Marion)
1986 Paton-Churdan Lynnville-Sully Wapsie Valley Waterloo Columbus Cedar Falls
1987 Green Mountain-Garwin Grundy Center Wapsie Valley Decorah Bettendorf
1988 Schleswig Grundy Center Solon Decorah Bettendorf
1989 Laurens-Marathon West Branch Emmetsburg Decorah Linn-Mar (Marion)
1990 Logan-Magnolia Southern Cal (Lake City) Emmetsburg Waverly-Shell Rock Linn-Mar (Marion)
1991 Madrid West Branch Garner-Hayfield West Delaware Bettendorf
1992 Bedford West Branch North Fayette Waverly-Shell Rock Bettendorf
1993 Riceville Aplington-Parkersburg Mount Vernon Harlan Community Iowa City High
1994 West Bend-Mallard Hudson Mount Vernon Spencer Iowa City High
1995 LeMars Gehlen Denver Sigourney/Keota Harlan Community Iowa City West
1996 Guthrie Center West Hancock Iowa Falls Oskaloosa Iowa City High
1997 West Central (Maynard) Wapsie Valley Emmetsburg Harlan Community Ankeny
1998 West Bend-Mallard Pekin (Packwood) West Lyon (Inwood) Harlan Community Iowa City West
1999 West Bend-Mallard West Marshall West Lyon (Inwood) New Hampton Iowa City West
2000 Adair-Casey Hubbard-Radcliffe Southern Cal (Lake City) Emmetsburg Clear Lake Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines
2001 Adair-Casey Fredericksburg Aplington-Parkersburg Sigourney/Keota Western Dubuque (Epworth) Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines
2002 Sentral (Fenton) Manning Akron-Westfield Emmetsburg Atlantic West Des Moines Valley
2003 Sentral (Fenton) Treynor Eldora-New Providence Emmetsburg Harlan Community West Des Moines Valley
2004 Remsen St. Mary’s West Bend-Mallard Council Bluffs St. Albert Waterloo Columbus Harlan Community Bettendorf
2005 Glidden-Ralston North Mahaska Iowa City Regina Sigourney/Keota Harlan Community West Des Moines Valley
2006 Northeast Hamilton IKM (Manilla) Council Bluffs St. Albert Central Lyon/George-Little Rock Humboldt Cedar Rapids Xavier
2007 Stanton Wapsie Valley Council Bluffs St. Albert Solon Keokuk Bettendorf
2008 Lenox Southern Cal (Lake City) Emmetsburg Solon Sioux City Bishop Heelan West Des Moines Valley
2009 Armstrong-Ringsted Southern Cal (Lake City) Council Bluffs St. Albert Solon Harlan Community Iowa City High
2010 Armstrong-Ringsted North Tama West Lyon (Inwood) Iowa City Regina Solon Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines
2011 Fremont-Mills, Tabor Lisbon Saint Ansgar Iowa City Regina Union West Des Moines Valley
2012 Marcus-Meriden-Cleghorn Wapsie Valley, Fairbank Iowa City Regina Spirit Lake Decorah Ankeny
2013 Don Bosco Gibertville West Lyon (Inwood) Iowa City Regina Kuemper Catholic Bishop Heelan Dowling Catholic, West Des Moines

Golf[edit]

The standard team scoring format for golf tournaments, per NFHS guidelines, is to add up the scores of 6 players with each player playing 2 rounds of 18 holes. Teams are then ranked according to lowest score.[15][16]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 4A (fall golf) - Largest 48 schools*
  • 3A (spring golf) - Next 64
  • 2A (spring golf) - Next 96
  • 1A (spring golf) - Remainder (129)

*Plus golf schools that play in 4A conferences that wish to play in the fall. In 2006-2007 there were 52 schools in class 4A

State Champions[17][edit]

Fall Tournament[17][edit]

In 1940, 1941, and 1986–1993, teams could also participate in a separate Fall Championship. Listed below are the champions of those tournaments. Beginning in 1994, the Fall tournament became simply the 4A championship.[17] Those results are included above.

Iowa State Championship Fall Golf Tournament winners
Year Champion
1940 Des Moines Roosevelt
1941 Des Moines Roosevelt
1986 Waterloo Columbus
1987 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic
1988 West Des Moines Valley
1989 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic
1990 Cedar Rapids Kennedy
1991 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic
1992 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic
1993 Newton

Soccer[edit]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 3A- Largest 36 schools (initiated in 2011)
  • 2A- Next Largest 48 schools
  • 1A- Remaining schools

State Champions[18][edit]

The current State Champion is the winner of the spring tournament that has been held since 1995 and was divided into 2 classes in 1998 and 3 classes starting in 2011. From 1994-2000, there was also a fall State Championship tournament that crowned a single champion. Winners of both tournaments are considered State Champions.

Iowa State Soccer Fall Tournament winners (BOYS)
Year Champion
1994 Marquette West Point
1995 Pella Christian
1996 Hull Western Christian
1997 Kalona Iowa Mennonite
1998 Orange City Unity Christian
1999 Orange City Unity Christian
2000 Orange City Unity Christian
Iowa State Soccer Spring Tournament winners (BOYS)
Year 1A champion 2A champion 3A champion
1995 Bettendorf
1996 West Des Moines Valley
1997 West Des Moines Valley
1998 Council Bluffs St. Albert Urbandale
1999 Waukee Bettendorf
2000 Nevada Iowa City West
2001 Waukee West Des Moines Valley
2002 Davenport Assumption Urbandale
2003 Davenport Assumption Iowa City West
2004 Cedar Rapids Xavier Bettendorf
2005 Cedar Rapids Xavier Iowa City West
2006 Cedar Rapids Xavier West Des Moines Valley
2007 Norwalk Ankeny
2008 Dubuque Wahlert Catholic West Des Moines Dowling
2009 Iowa City Regina Spencer Iowa City West
2010 Iowa City Regina Cedar Rapids Xavier Iowa City West
2011 Iowa City Regina Cedar Rapids Xavier West Des Moines Dowling Catholic
2012 Columbus Catholic, Waterloo Wahlert Catholic, Dubuque Iowa City West
2013 Iowa City Regina Cedar Rapids Xavier Iowa City West

Swimming & diving[edit]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

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State Champions[19][edit]

Tennis[edit]

An IHSAA tennis team consists of 6 competitors. Each head-to-head competition is made of 6 singles and 3 doubles, each worth 1 point, and the first team to 5 points is the winner. Both singles and doubles matches are in a best-of-3-sets format.

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 2A- Largest 48
  • 1A- Remaining (61) schools

State Champions[edit]

Timeline[edit]

  • 1929-1977 - one singles and one doubles championship awarded
  • 1978–present - two singles and two doubles championships awarded, one in each of 2 classes (1A and 2A)
  • 1983–present - two team championships awarded, one in each of 2 classes (1A and 2A)
Iowa State Tennis Team Champions[22]
Year 2A 1A
1983 Cedar Rapids Washington Camanche
1984 Dubuque Hempstead Camanche
1985 West Des Moines Valley Camanche
1986 West Des Moines Valley Camanche
1987 Cedar Rapids Washington Denison
1988 Marion Linn-Marr Camanche
1989 Dubuque Wahlert Catholic Camanche
1990 Cedar Rapids Washington Camanche
1991 Waterloo West Fairfield Maharishi
1992 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic Camanche
1993 West Des Moines Valley Keokuk
1994 Cedar Rapids Washington Pella Christian
1995 Iowa City West Camanche
1996 Cedar Rapids Washington Decorah
1997 Urbandale Decorah
1998 Dubuque Senior Decorah
1999 Iowa City City High Fairfield Maharishi
2000 Des Moines Roosevelt Fairfield Maharishi
2001 West Des Moines Dowling Catholic Knoxville
2002 Des Moines Roosevelt Fairfield Maharishi
2003 Ankeny Red Oak
2004 Bettendorf Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2005 Iowa City West Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2006 Iowa City West Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2007 Davenport Central Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2008 Cedar Rapids Kennedy Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2009 Des Moines Roosevelt Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2010 West Des Moines Valley Columbus Catholic, Waterloo
2011 Ames Dubuque Wahlert Catholic
2012 Iowa City West Davenport Assumption
2013 Iowa City West St. Edmond

Track & Field[edit]

Iowa's official track season is currently outdoors. There was also an indoor State Track Meet from 1926–1973, and the IHSAA is in the process of collecting and publishing these champions.

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 4A- Largest 48 schools
  • 3A- Next 64 largest schools
  • 2A- Next 96 largest schools
  • 1A- Remaining (165) schools

List of events[23][24][edit]

The following is the current list of official track events according to the IHSAA

Track:

  • 100 meter dash
  • 200 meter dash
  • 400 meter dash
  • 800 meter run
  • 1600 meter run
  • 3200 meter run
  • 110 meter hurdles
  • 400 meter hurdles
  • 4x100 meter relay
  • 4x200 meter relay
  • 4x400 meter relay
  • 4x800 meter relay
  • 1600 meter distance Medley relay
  • 4x110 meter hurdle shuttle relay

Field:

  • High jump
  • Long jump
  • Discus throw
  • Shot put

Wheel Chair:

  • 100 meter run wheelchair
  • 200 meter run wheelchair
  • 400 meter run wheelchair
  • Shot put wheelchair

State Champions[edit]

State track titles have been given every year since 1906. Since 2003, there has also been wheelchair events at the state meet. A separate wheelchair team championship is also awarded. In 2005, the wheelchair championship has been co-ed.

Wrestling[edit]

Classification guidelines[5][edit]

  • 3A- Largest 64 schools
  • 2A- Next 96 largest schools
  • 1A- Remaining (129) schools

Weight classifications[edit]

  • 106 pounds
  • 113 pounds
  • 120 pounds
  • 126 pounds
  • 132 pounds
  • 138 pounds
  • 145 pounds
  • 152 pounds
  • 160 pounds
  • 170 pounds
  • 182 pounds
  • 195 pounds
  • 220 pounds
  • 285 pounds

State Champions[edit]

The Iowa High School Athletic Association holds two separate team wrestling championships: the Traditional tournament, which also crowns individual champions, and a Dual Team tournament. The dual team tournament was held at the U.S. Cellular Center in Cedar Rapids a week after the traditional tournament, until 2012, when it was held the Wednesday before the traditional tournament in Des Moines.[32] This was the subject of much controversy, as several teams sat their state qualifiers for the Dual Team tournament.[33] In 1921-1925, the State University of Iowa (Iowa City) and Iowa State University (Ames) held open state tournaments that were not supervised nor sanctioned by the IHSAA.[34]

References[edit]

  1. ^ page 1
  2. ^ Iowa High School Athletic Association 2013 State Basketball Tournament Souvenir Program
  3. ^ Iowa High School Athletic Association Board of Control
  4. ^ a b c d e f [1][dead link]
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j [2][dead link]
  6. ^ Iowa High School State Baseball Tournament
  7. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/state_results.pdf
  8. ^ [3]
  9. ^ [4]
  10. ^ a b XC.05.revised
  11. ^ Cross Country Scoring - Ask a Coach
  12. ^ NFHS Rule Book
  13. ^ Cross country running - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. En.wikipedia.org. Retrieved on 2013-08-12.
  14. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/FB.4.CHAMPGAME.results.pdf
  15. ^ page 13
  16. ^ NFHS rule book
  17. ^ a b c http://www.iahsaa.org/Golf_Stat_07_08.pdf
  18. ^ [5]
  19. ^ [6]
  20. ^ "Muscatine Repeats as Boys State Swim Champions". http://www.iowasportsconnection.com. 
  21. ^ [7]
  22. ^ pages 22-33
  23. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/track/2008_Results/4A_Results.htm
  24. ^ Index Page
  25. ^ pages 16-21
  26. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/track/2008_Results/080515F093.htm
  27. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/track/2008_Results/080515F091.htm
  28. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/track/2008_Results/080515F089.htm
  29. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/track/2008_Results/080515F087.htm
  30. ^ a b c d The Des Moines Register | Des Moines news, community, entertainment, yellow pages and classifieds. Serving Des Moines, Iowa | desmoinesregister.com. Data.desmoinesregister.com. Retrieved on 2013-08-12.
  31. ^ http://www.iahsaa.org/track/2013_Track&Field_StatBook.pdf
  32. ^ [8][dead link]
  33. ^ Linn-Mar, Prairie scramble at state duals. Metrosportsreport.com (2012-02-15). Retrieved on 2013-08-12.
  34. ^ page 3
  35. ^ [9]
  36. ^ Team Scores
  37. ^ Team Scores
  38. ^ Team Scores
  39. ^ http://50.56.204.142:8080/tw/teamtournaments/MainFrame.jsp?sport=wrestling&TIM=1329636475610&pageName=&ie=true&frameSize=500