WIN Magazine announced on Tuesday that Stillwater’s Cael Hughes is the Junior Dan Hodge trophy award winner as the nation’s most dominant wrestler.
“Presented annually by Resilite, the Junior Hodge is the high school equivalent of the the Dan Hodge Trophy given to college wrestling’s most dominant wrestler. Hughes, a future Oklahoma State wrestler, finished the year 39-0 with 21 pins and won a fourth Oklahoma state title after also winning this year’s Ironman and Pittsburgh Classic events.”
April 28th Issue of WIN Magazine
Hughes becomes just the fourth Oklahoman to win the award along with the following.
- Daton Fix-2017
- Chris Perry-2009
- Teyon Ware-2002
- Shane Roller-1998.
Roller was the first-ever winner of the award.