The Bulldogs are young, but return three state-meet qualifiers and are primed for a successful season.
The Dragons bring back nine lettermen, including state champion Victor Torres-Parra.
The Wildcats bring back 16 lettermen, including five top-four finishers from last year’s Sunrise Region meet.
The Wolves bring back eight lettermen and look to improve this year.
The Rattlers return eight lettermen and hope to be competitive in Class 3A.
The Aggies bring back plenty of talent and experience in their quest for a state title.
Under first-year coach Ian Summerville, the Rams hope to show improvement.
Despite returning seven lettermen, the Jaguars are young, but hoping to learn quickly.
Nine wrestlers, including Division I-A state champion Peter Enos, return for the Crusaders.
Nine lettermen, including three state-meet qualifiers, highlight the Spartans’ roster.
The Panthers return nine lettermen and hope to be competitive in Class 2A.
The Bulldogs are hoping to compete for region and state titles.
A list of every player that was selected to one of the Review-Journal’s 2015-16 winter all-state teams and is expected to return this upcoming season.
Here is a recap of every team that won a state title during the 2015-16 winter sports season and will be looking to defend this upcoming season.