For the 41st time, Medina High School is proud to host one of Ohio's, and the nation's, top high school wrestling tournaments, The Medina Invitational Turnament, "The Greatest Show in Wrestling". We hope you will enjoy visiting Medina and watching some of the 2015-2016 season's best wrestling on the mats of Medina High School.
To access tournament results on trackwrestling, follow this link:
When you go under tournaments, Medina should be one of the first to come up.
Congratulations to this year's
M.I.T. Hall of Fame honoree
and the Outstanding M.I.T. Workers:
Our Hall of Fame honoree for 2015 is
This is Pete's 40th anniversary of
staffing the tournament and has
given many years of service
to Ohio wrestling.
Our Outstanding M.I.T. Workers
for 2015 are our top-notch
computer crew of Rob Merhar
and Gary Kanaga. They have
been valuable in helping to keep
the Medina tournament
"The Greatest Show in Wrestling"
Keep watching here for updates for the tournament. The M.I.T. family would like to wish our Ohio and Michigan wrestling families Happy Hanukkah, Merry Christmas and Happy Kwanzaa.
The 2015 edition of the M.I.T. Hall of Fame will be announced soon.
He will be inducted on Monday, Dec. 28th.
Coaches and staff -- please keep an eye out for updates in your e-mail and on this site. Thanks !
12/26 UPDATED -- Schedule of Events revised to include
Weigh-outs on Sunday Night and detailed schedule of
rounds for the public.
Every year we lose many in our wrestling family and we wish their families all the best. We would like to acknowledge one family for their loss:
The Abell and Shotwell families for the loss of patriarch Carl Abell. Carl was one of the founders of Medina H.S. wrestling in the late 1950's and was a long-time sponsor of the tournament through his company, Stop-n-Go. Thank you for the many years of dedication to the Medina community and wrestling!!
We also extend our heartfelt wishes to the family of Medina wrestler Ian Senz who lost his brother earlier this year. A bond between brothers is never lost, just a longer distance away.
The Wadsworth wrestling family has lost one of its wrestling alumnus and big fans, Tim Randolph. Our hearts go out to the Randolph family at their loss.