Not that you would be able to find information about this on the PIAA web site, but the PIAA has voted to not release the predrawn brackets for the individual wrestling tournament until the weekend before the start of the tournament. Normally, the brackets would appear on the PIAA Web site, showing the district matchups for the tournament. For example, if a wrestler was third in the WPIAL (District 7), he could go the predrawn bracket and see what place wrestler from another district he will have to wrestle in the first round.
Apparently, some wrestlers were attempting to manipulate where they would be in the bracket by either forfeiting out or simply losing on purpose. If a wrestler knew that there was a good chance a defending state champion was going to be on his side of the bracket, he might be able to manipulate his way to into the other side of the bracket.
The other problem that was popping up was that some districts finished their tournaments two weeks before the state tournament while others were done on the weekend before the state event. Wrestlers or coaches would be able to attend other district tournaments to scout their future opponent.
The PIAA posted the predrawn brackets on its Web site, normally around the start of the season.
I'd like to give you a little more information on this but the minutes to the PIAA meeting is not on the organization's Web site. At least, I can't find it. That's not all that surprising because this Web site was put together by someone who failed to go to Web site construction school.