2024 Wrestling Meet 

  • Meet Date: Sunday, July 28th
    • Meet Directors: Mark Cammisa & Josh Levine 
    • Location: Middletown High School
    • Meet is Folkstyle, Singlets required
      • Air Conditioned Gymnasium
      • Please use the back entrance of the school
      • Bring your own chair - seating is limited
    • Age Divisions Offered: ​13 - 15 (COED), 18&U (COED), 19+ (COED)
Ladies: If we have several of you that fall within 10% of each others weight we will create a women's bracket.  At that point you will choose to commit to the new bracket or the Coed Bracket.  You would not be able to compete in more than one bracket due to the 30 minute rest rule.
  • Pre-Registration Fee: $35.00
    • Onsite Registration is available the day of the meet (Sun., July 28th)
      • ​Onsite Registration Fee: $45.00
      • Pre-Registration Deadline: Thursday, July 25th 
      • We strongly encourange everyone to Pre-Register for the Wrestling Meet 
    • Please Note - Admission for spectators is $5.00 for adults, no charge for students and senior citizens.

Sport Details

Wrestling Meet Schedule

  • Registration / Check in / Weigh in: 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
    • You will be weighed in wearing your Singlet. 
  • The meet will begin at 10:00 AM (Based on number of participants)
  • Your age group will be determined as of the day of the Wrestling Meet

DIVISIONS: Intermediate 13 - 15 years old (COED):  Scholastic 16 - 18 years old (COED): Open - 19 & Up (COED):

Athletes may only sign up for 1 division due to the 30 minute rest rule

Girls: If we have several females that fall within 10% of eachothers weight, we will create a women's bracket. At that point you will choose to commit to the new bracker or the Coed Brackets. You would not be able to compete in more than one bracket due to the 30 Minute rest rule


  • 106 LBS, 113 LBS, 120 LBS, 126 LBS, 132 LBS, 138 LBS, 144 LBS, 150 LBS, 157 LBS, 165 LBS, 175 LBS, 190 LBS, 215 LBS, 285 LBS

Intermediate & Scholastic:  National Federation HS

Open: National Federation HS

  • Competitor’s age is determined by their age on the day of the tournament (Sunday, July 28th).
  • The Nutmeg State Games recommends all participants wear singlets, head gear and are clean shaven for the meet.
  • In the event that there are more than 5 athletes registered in each weight class, there will be a seeded line bracket created by the tournament Clerk to allow for double elimination to determine champion ( Gold), the runner up(Silver) as well as bronze medal for third place."

Wrestling Meet Format

  • Double Elimination. If less than 5 in a weight class - Round Robin. 
  • The meet style is Folkstyle.
  • 3 periods at 1-2-2 minutes in length
  • 4 Mats will used to conduct the meet that will be held in main gymnasium of Middletown High School 
  • Events are open to all Connecticut amateur athletes who register with the Nutmeg State Games Office. The Nutmeg State Games reserves the right to cut the competition in the event of over subscription.

Athlete Code of Conduct

  • No alcoholic beverages or illegal substances are permitted in the possession of athletes.
  • Behavior on and off the competition field by any person’s associated with the "Games" must follow the highest standards.
  • Use of foul or abusive language constitutes a violation of the Code of Conduct.
  • All athletes must respect the decisions of the officials and umpires during and after competitions.  Any harassment will constitute a violation of the Code of Conduct.
  • Unruly behavior by spectators towards players, coaches, volunteers, and/or officials will not be tolerated.  Such behavior may result in the dismissal of the offending spectator from the competition site.
  • Any participant’s behavior deemed in violation of the Code of Conduct, as decided by the Nutmeg State Games administrative staff, subjects the competitor to expulsion from the "Games".

Participants entering an individual sport competition or meet are requested to submit an Individual Sport Athlete Registration Form and the Appropriate Individual Sport FEE as soon as possible to enhance their chances of competing in the Nutmeg State Games. In addition to the Individual Sport Registration Form and Individual Sport Fee participants are requested to include PROOF OF AGE for certain sport offerings. Please see the list of Sports below that require submission of proof of age. Proof of age includes a copy (please do not send originals) of one of the following: valid driver’s license, copy of a birth certificate or a copy of a passport.

You have the option to either Register ONLINE or by HARDCOPY - You do not have to do both! 


  • Onsite Registration is available the day the meet!

To be considered for competition of the Nutmeg State Games an Individual Sport Participant must submit the following:

  1. Individual Sport Athlete Entry Form
  2. One check covering appropriate Individual Sport Fee
  3. Proof of age (a COPY of one of the following: Driver’s license, Birth Certificate or Passport).
    1. Proof of Age is required for the following Individual Sports: Archery, Golf, Gymnastics, Swimming, Track & Field and Wrestling

The Nutmeg State Games Administration will notify a participant of his or her status by a confirmation email once the Registration goes through. Participants will be selected on a first come, first served basis. Participants not selected because of receipt after the registration deadline or other specified date (please see appropriate sport for registration deadline dates) will receive a full refund as soon as verification is possible.

Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network (HHCRN) is the official medical partner for the Nutmeg State Games & CT Masters Games. HHCRN professional medical staff will be onsite at our various sport venues to provide exceptionally medical care for our participants. 
Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network strives to be the premier rehabilitation provider in Connecticut; the company known for its commitment to high quality, customer-focused outcomes; the place where people want to work. Our goal is to create a seamless continuum of prevention and rehabilitation care, and to assist individuals with temporary or permanent impairments or disabilities in achieving their goals for maximum functional independence.
We are dedicated to organizing the prevention, rehabilitation and sports medicine resources in the community into a financially responsible integrated delivery system and, in doing so, establish Hartford HealthCare Rehabilitation Network as the regional network of excellence for the provision of prevention, rehabilitation and sports medicine.

Hydration is crucial to good overall health and athletic performance. Dehydration affects their performance and also puts them at risk for fatigue, nausea, heat cramps or, worse, heat stroke.

Adequate daily intake of water from beverages and food each is 125 ounces for men and 91 ounces for women, according to the Institute of Medicine. That’s considerably more than the standard recommendation of eight 8-ounce  glasses a day. To reach the higher standard, drink water gradually throughout the day. These recommendations do not consider athletic activity and increased temperature. So if you are participating in athletic activity or in a warm climate, or both, more water intake may be needed.

One of the easiest ways your athlete can gauge hydration is checking urine color. Pale or colorless urine usually indicates ample hydration. Light to bright yellow urine means more fluid intake is necessary. Dehydration is something that can be prevented easily as long as it is made a priority.

For more information about how to stay healthy and in the game, please visit Hartford HealthCare Sports Health at www.mysportshealth.org


Concussions are not easy to predict or prevent. It’s important to understand the symptoms. Concussions are difficult injuries because symptoms are not always apparent at the time of the injury. Concussions are caused by a direct blow to the head, or a blow to the body that causes a rapid deceleration of the head (whiplash affect).

If you witness or suspect this type of injury, the athlete should be held out of activity and evaluated by a medical professional. As a reminder, an athlete does not have to lose consciousness to sustain a concussion. Once evaluated by a medical professional and given care instructions, the athlete should be monitored closely by a responsible adult for at least 24 hours after the injury. Symptoms include loss of consciousness, slurred speech, repeated vomiting, unequal pupils, weakness or numbness in arms or legs, decreased responsiveness and convulsions or seizures.

For more information about how to stay healthy and in the game, please visit Hartford HealthCare Sports Health at www.mysportshealth.org

The Nutmeg State Games administration works closely with all Connecticut media outlets regarding any interesting stories about athletes and teams that will be participating in the "Games". If you have an interesting story to tell, we are all ears!

Human interests stories typically address situations "off-the-court". Do you volunteer in the community? Are you great at something other than the sport you are playing? Are you following in the steps of a a sibling or parent? Of course, if you are doing something great on the court please provide us with all the details.

If you, your team or someone you know fits any of these questions, please pass along this information or feel free to contact our office, and we would be happy to coordinate coverage on their behalf. - Please send all info to info@nutmegstategames.org.

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