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    Breakdown: Deer Creek v Edmond North

    This week we have some Tuesday night action. Edmond North hosts their first home dual of the year after traveling to Ponca City last week. In the auxiliary gym for the night which is a much smaller and intimate setting, packing wrestlers and fans in. Should be some good match-ups tonight and many of these […] More

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    Wrestling in Oklahoma Recap: Week V

    The first full week of action saw two defending state championship teams fall in duals and lots of intense wrestling in Jay, Putnam City, Blanchard and Okmulgee.   In girl’s dual action, Bixby defeated 2X state champion Union by a 51-30 score and in boys wrestling, Broken Arrow took down 3X state champion, Stillwater, 43-35.  Broken […] More

  • UCO 4th in latest D2 rankings

    MANHEIM, Pa. – Defending NCAA Division II national champion Central Oklahoma dropped one spot in the first regular season poll conducted by the National Wrestling Coaches Association, with the Bronchos now ranked fourth in the country. Lander, which finished a distant second to UCO last year and the preseason No. 1 pick, stayed atop the poll […] More

  • The Oklahoma Wrestling Podcast. Episode 1: 2023-24 Season

    With high school football over and wrestling season back in full swing, we’re bringing back the Oklahoma Wrestling Podcast. This week we cover the weekends for OU and OSU, girls wrestling getting approved by the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Games, cover a few high school tournaments, and talk a little about NIL and some things […] More

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    Piedmont JH Wildcats: Shawnee Junior High Dual Champs

    In an epic show of resilience and courage the Piedmont JH wildcats were able to avenge a pool round loss to the Edmond North Huskies in the finals at the annual Shawnee JH Duals Saturday afternoon. With what proved to be a decisive win by the Wildcats heavyweight Sean Maguire, Piedmont was able to secure their first dual tournament […] More

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    CKLV: Oklahoma State Cowboys Recap

    #6 Oklahoma State – 9th Place (78.5 Points) For the first time in over twenty years the Cowboys competed at Cliff Keen Las Vegas, in one of the toughest tournaments of the year. A late Daton Fix scratch, injuries to starters, and some tough draws left OK State in 9th place. I thought, and still […] More

  • OU Wrestling: The Weekend Recap

    11 Oklahoma (4-1) Going 1-1 on the weekend probably wasn’t the plan, but all in all a solid time. Taking on Missouri on the road was a tough matchup and there was an upset, but the team did a good job of not giving up more. Koelzer even got a small upset himself to make […] More

  • Bronchos’ Dominance: UCO Wrestlers Clinch Six Titles at Drury Open

    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (Dec. 2) – Dylan Brown and Anthony DesVigne got past  teammates in the finals to lead a parade of six champions as No. 3-ranked Central Oklahoma dominated the field at the Drury Open Saturday. Brown clipped Antonio George 1-0 in the 149-pound title tilt and DesVigne edged Garrett Wells 2-1 in the finals […] More

  • John Smith Named to 2024 AAU Wrestling Hall of Fame Class

    From Oklahoma State Sports Information STILLWATER – Oklahoma State wrestling head coach John Smith is set to be inducted into the Amateur Athletic Union Wrestling Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2024, the organization announced Friday. Smith is the first nominee to be inducted into the 2024 AAU Wrestling Hall of Fame Class for […] More

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    Kody Routledge Announces College Decision

    Edmond North’s Kody Routledge has announced his commitment to Nebraska. Routledge chose them over Ohio State, Iowa State, Missouri, and OU among others. Routledge finished third at state in 6A at 150 last season and was a 6A West Regional Champion. He placed fourth as a freshman. He was a Fargo Freestyle Champion in 2022, […] More

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    Broken Arrow vs Stillwater Dual Breakdown

    Rainy and cold Thursday night makes for perfect atmosphere for some tough wrestling in Stillwater as the Pioneers kick off with their first home dual of the season. Broken Arrow Tigers make the trip down for some early season action. Stillwater is #2 in team rankings and Broken Arrow #4 so there is sure to […] More

  • Preview: #11 Oklahoma (3-1) vs #26 West Virginia (4-0)

    The Sooners are coming off a tough loss to Missouri, and stay on the road to head to Morgantown to take on the Mountaineer’s. West Virginia is having a very solid start to the year, also undefeated with nine ranked wrestlers. Outside of #8 Mosha Schwartz, both teams have ranked wrestlers outside the top ten. […] More

  • Perry Meet and Greet and Season Preview

    This week Perry Wrestling hosted a meet and greet for their teams, along with a poster signing. We came out to watch the event, get videos of the introductions, and interview some of the athletes and coaches. The Maroons still aren’t back to their glory days, but are trending in an upward direction with growing […] More

  • Five Point Friday: December 1st, 2023

    We’re into December and starting to get into a lot of wrestling. Here are five bits of news from around the state. Daton Fix to miss Cliff Keen Tournament Fix will not wrestle at the Cliff Keen Tournament in Las Vegas. Reece Witcraft will get the start. Big dual for OU coming up this weekend. […] More

  • Stillwater vs Tulsa Union Dual Recap

    Stillwater kicked things off for the season, making the trip over to Tulsa Union High for their first dual of the year. As most know by now Stillwater is tough. They are a top 15 team in the country, coming off 3 state titles in a row and back to back dual state titles in […] More

  • UCO: Drury Open Preview

    No. 3-ranked Central Oklahoma returns to the mat this weekend after a two-week break when the Bronchos travel to Springfield, Mo. for the Drury Open. First-round action starts at 9 a.m. Saturday at Weiser Gym on the Drury campus and the tournament will run all day. Up to 27 teams are expected to send entries, […] More

  • #6 Oklahoma State CKLV Preview

    The Cowboys head to Las Vegas for what is almost surely the most stacked tournament of the year, the Cliff Keen Invitational. The tournament only allows starters, and it includes teams like #2 Michigan, #2 NC State, #5 Nebraska, #6 Cornell, #9 Virginia Tech, and more. Every weight is absolutely stacked, and Coach Smith called […] More

  • Preview: #12 Oklahoma (3-0) vs #3 Mizzou (1-0)

    The Sooners are having a great start to the season, staying undefeated through the first month of the year. They’ll have their toughest match yet, as they take on returning Big 12 champs Missouri on the road. The Tigers demolished a short handed Arizona State team, and have nine wrestlers in the rankings. OU is […] More

  • Yukon Red vs. White Dual 

    After hosting another successful open tournament this past weekend, Yukon looked to kick things off with their annual Red vs. White dual. Admission to the dual was a non-perishable food item as Yukon wrestling gathered donations for the Miller Food Pantry. It is cool to see a community come out and support their team who […] More

  • Wrestling in Oklahoma Recap: Week IV

    With Thanksgiving last Thursday, Week 4 brought four “Pre-Turkey” tournaments in Warner, Edmond, Tuttle and Marlow.  The Warner Eagle Classic took place on Monday, while the other tournaments took place on Wednesday. The Warner Eagle Classic drew 271 wrestlers, including 146 high school wrestlers (100 boys and 46 girls). The Edmond Memorial Pre-Turkey Open drew […] More

  • Shelby Wilson Named Part of 2024 Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame Class

    From OSU Sports Information STILLWATER – Former Oklahoma State wrestler Shelby Wilson will be inducted into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2024, the Hall of Fame announced today. Wilson wrestled at Oklahoma State from 1957-1959 after winning three conference titles and suffering just three defeats while at Ponca City […] More

  • Oklahoma State at Lindenwood

    The Cowboys took advantage of the long break in the schedule by loading nearly everyone up to the Lindenwood Open. The team had 15 wrestlers win titles in their respective divisions. Seven in the black division (Freshman/Sophomore), and eight in the gold division. The only starters to not compete were Daton Fix and Brayden Thompson. […] More

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