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The 2022 World Team wrestle-off at 62 kg in women’s freestyle between Kayla Miracle and Jennifer Rogers will take place on Aug. 13 at 2 p.m. ET at J.P. McCaskey High School in Lancaster, Pa. 

Miracle, the returning World silver medalist at the weight and 2020 Olympian, was granted a delayed wrestle-off.

 after sustaining an injury before June’s Final X New York, the last step of the World Team selection process, where she was set to face World Team Trials champion Rogers. 

In addition to her Senior World silver, Miracle is also a 2019 U23 World runner-up and 2016 Junior World bronze medalist. She is competing for a spot on her third Senior World Team. Rogers is a 2013 Junior World bronze medalist and two-time Senior Pan American champion, who seeks a bid to her first Senior Worlds. 

The wrestle-off will feature a best-of-three series between Miracle and Rogers, with the first match at 2 p.m. ET. Match two will take place following 30 minutes of rest time as will match three, if needed. 

In addition, there will be 11 undercard matches featuring many of our local wrestlers. Below is the march order.

Alysiana Ierley vs Emma Grimes
Seamus Mack vs Brock Weiss
Jared Fulton vs Eli Long
Kylee Trostle vs Tiffany Stoshak
Jose Garcia III vs Brody Kline 
Brett Barbush vs Macon Myers
Sam Wolford vs Bradley Wagner
Miracle vs Rogers Match 1
Journie Rodriguez vs Jayleah Pletz
Ben Smith vs Griffin Walizer
Griffin Gonzalez vs Ryan Garvick 
Haylie Jaffe vs Taina Fernandez
Miracle vs Rogers Match 2

The winner of the series will represent the United States at the 2022 Senior World Championships in Belgrade, Serbia, Sept. 10-18. For information on World Championships hospitality, contact Morgan Rabine ( 

The wrestle-off, which is hosted by Beat the Streets Lancaster and Pennsylvania USA Wrestling, will be open to the public. Tickets are just $5 at the door. Fans not able to attend can watch live on


Proud to announce our 1st Beat The Streets Lancaster high school team victory at the Messiah Duals! In addition to the victory, this is the first time that BTS Lancaster has been able to put together a high school off season team. We are incredibly proud of the hard work these kids have put in this off-season.

Great things to come for each one of our athletes that have built a special bond this summer.