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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 at 184, while 141 Dylan Lucas, 165 Hunter Jump, 174 Zane Coleman and 197 Emmanuel Skillings also claimed championships for the Bronchos.

UCO sent 22 individuals to the all-day tournament and racked up an incredible 55 bonus-point wins in finishing with 19 placers, with four of those competing unattached.

Seth Sarasua came in third at 197, while 125 Guy Clevenger and 149 Bam West took fourth and 165 Jaxon Randall fifth. Peter Rolle (141) was a consolation champion, while 125 Aden Sanders and 157 Jose Flores were consolation runners-up.

UCO also got fourth-place showings from 133 Eli Kirk and 157 Grant Gober, a fifth from 141 Dailey Jennings and a consolation championship from 149 Jaxon Keoltzow from its unattached entries.

“We had a pretty good day,” head coach Todd Steidley said. “Our guys really wrestled hard and got a lot of much-needed mat time. We did some good things and I like the way we competed today.”

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