Friday & Saturday, Dec 20th & 21st, 2013

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Over 560 Male Wrestlers, 190 Female Wrestlers, and 200 team support members !
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2010 Tournament
  Men,  Women

 
2013 RESULTS
 
PAST RESULTS
 
 

 2011 Tournament
  Men,  Women

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2012 Tournament Men, Women

 
 
 

 
Follow all the 2013 action on your smartphone via
Track Wrestling!

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Featuring 40 Male & 16 Female High School Teams
from Washington & Oregon

- Kitsap Sun Pavilion, this spacious venue is ideal for an intimate, first-class wrestling experience for wrestlers, coaches, and fans alike.  Room for 8 mats and over 2000 spectators, the Kitsap Sun Pavilion offers state-of-the-art scoring systems, outstanding public announcing system, various concession available, dedicated tournament photography team, and T-shirt sales.
- Located in the heart of the Puget Sound, with easy transportation access for all areas of the state.
- Prime-Time Announcer! Mr. Richard Chwaszczewski, one of the primary announcers for the state tournament at the Tacoma Dome, is the tournament announcer.
- Free Parking! Kitsap Sun Pavilion parking fees are waived.
- Safety First! Certified Athletic Trainers, Aid Crew, and Ambulance on-site during the competition.

Champions & Challengers Grant
Sponsored by WSW

Download application form PDF

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Our team of experienced photographers will capture your athlete's action moments or team panorama.  Pre-registered athletes or teams are guaranteed coverage. ORDER FORM

 16 Female Teams ! 

 Elma   Kelso
 Emerald Ridge   Kingston
 Federal Way   Lakes
 Fife   Mt. Tahoma
 Foss   Sedro Wooly
 Franklin Pierce   White River
 Graham Kapowsin   Yelm
 Hoquiam  

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What's in a name?

HammerHead

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Besides the fact that HammerHead seemed like a cool name for a wrestling tournament, we liked the fact that it symbolizes one of Kitsap Penninsula’s most recognized landmarks, the Hammer Head Crane at the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard (PSNS). Read more...