Some articles on ihsaa sponsored state, state, ihsaa:
... 1912-1919 - unsupervised, non IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning one state champion. 1920-1922 - unsupervised, non IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning two state champions, one in Iowa City and one in Ames. 1923 – supervised, IHSAA sponsored state championship crowning one state champion round robin format 1924 – no state champion listed according to IHSAA website 1925-1926 - supervised ...
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