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Broncho Open Recap

EDMOND (Nov. 5) – Central Oklahoma made its home debut Sunday at Hamilton Field House and finished with seven placers in the inaugural Broncho Open.

The defending NCAA Division II national champion and No. 3-ranked Bronchos had 23 individuals compete, including 21 freshmen, redshirt freshmen and sophomores. Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M and Fort Hays State all had entries in the tournament.

UCO got runner-up finishes from 141 Ryder Ramsey, 184 Garrett Wells and 197 Emmanuel Skillings, while 149 Antonio George and 165 Jaxon Randall took third. Guy Clevenger and Eli Kirk were co-third at 125.

“It was a great tournament for our younger guys,” head coach Todd Steidley said. “We got in a lot of quality matches against good competition and that can do nothing but help us.”

Ramsey and Skillings both breezed into the finals before falling to OSU opponents. Ramsey started his day with a 15-0 technical fall and followed with two easy decisions, while Skillings scored a 20-3 technical fall and 8-2 win…

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