Wrestling Test
How many weight classes are there on a high school wrestling team?
The lightest weight class in high school is:
The heaviest weight class is:
A high school wrestling match is ___ minutes in length.
How many periods in a high school match?
Each period is ___ minutes in length.
If you win your bout by a 5-2 decision, how many team points do you get?
If you register a fall in the first period your team will receive how many points?
If a fall occurs in the second period your team will receive how many points?
If the opposing team fails to put a man on the mat you will receive how many team points?
In order to pin your opponent you must hold both shoulder blades on the mat for ___ seconds.
An escape is worth how many points?
A reversal is worth how many points?
When your opponent is injured on an illegal hold and continues the match he receives...
When the contestants are interlocked in a position other than a pinning situation in which neither wrestler can improve his position the referee shall declare a __
When a wrestler is injured on a legal hold and cannot continue the result is called a ___.
If a wrestler is injured on an illegal hold and unable to continue he will win on a ___.
A near fall where you hold your opponent's shoulders 4 inches from the mat for two seconds results in receiving how many points?
The final score of a match is 9-0. Wrestler A has 9 points and Wrestler B has 0. Wrestler A receives how many points?
When a wrestler is stalling, the first given to this wrestler is ___ or how many point(s)?
All bleeding other than the nose bleed shall be counted as injury time.
When you perform a switch, the end result is usually a reversal.
A sit-out turn-in is primarily a pinning hold.
The full nelson is a legal hold.
A wrestler who weighs in at 119 lbs (actual weight 118.5) may wrestle at 135 lbs.
A contestant can be disqualified for continual stalling.
A wrestler who is overweight by 1/4 lb may still wrestle.
It is a takedown when the defensive wrestler, in his attempt to escape, comes to his feet but is brought to the mat before he can escape.
A wrestler in the position of advantage cannot be penalized for stalling.
If the points earned in an overtime period or tiebreaker involve a takedown or reversal straight to the back, the match shall continue until the near fall or fall situation has concluded.
A slam occurs only when a wrestler is injured because of being brought forcibly to the mat.
In collegiate matches, but not scholastic matches, one point can be earned for riding time.
It is possible for a wrestler to be pinned even though he is in control.
Overtime periods are "sudden death" in that, once points are scored, the match is over.
Wearing of headgear is optional.
How is it determined who gets choice of position in the second period of each individual bout in a dual meet?
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When scoring a bout, what detail should be included if a fall occurs?
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The symbol for a takedown in the scorebook is?
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A technical fall is scored when a wrestler has a ___ point advantage over his opponent.
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Failure to wrestle aggressively can result in a penalty known as ______________.
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Who won the match above and what was the score?
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In the second period which wrestler scored the first reversal?
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In the third period, what happened first, the takedown or the escape?
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How many points did the winner earn for his team?
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