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  • Growth of Girls Wrestling in Oklahoma

    One of the fastest growing sports in America is girls wrestling and Oklahoma is part of this exciting movement.  In fact, the sport is exploding in Oklahoma!  In two short years, the numbers have almost tripled, going from 124 in 2020 to 351 this year!  Starting in 2020, with an experimental State Tournament, Oklahoma joined […] More

  • How To Get Your Team Featured on OWrestle.Com

    This is my second season covering high school wrestling in Oklahoma. I’ve truly enjoyed it more than most realize and appreciate the support from all of you and the great people I’ve met in the process. With that said, I’m looking at different angles to get as many programs and teams as I can featured […] More

  • Becka Leathers Hired as Beat the Streets NYC Girl’s Coach

    Beat the Streets announced today that former Choctaw standout Becka Leathers has been hired as their new girl’s coach. From the release “Starting next week, Leathers will be taking over the entirety of girl’s programming at Beat the Streets, bringing her high-level technique and competition experience to New York City as she takes on the […] More

  • USA Wrestling Announces Pre-season National Girls High School Rankings

    USA Wrestling has announced their preseason girls ranking and ten Oklahomans found spots among the top 25 in their weight class. 112 pounds25. Peyton Hand, junior, Newalla, Okla., Choctaw High School (24 at 112) 117 pounds25. Khaleah Kirk, junior, Guthrie, Okla., Guthrie High School (NR) 144 pounds19. Elizabeth Mullendore, junior, Mcloud, Okla, Little Axe High […] More

  • Fay Barnett to Head Girls Wrestling Program at Yukon High School

    Fay Barnett has been announced as the head girls wrestling coach and an assistant boys coach at Yukon. Barnett takes over the girls’ team from Mike Clark who coached them last season while also working as the school’s athletic director. Clark had three state qualifiers last season and one state champion with Kaylee Davis, who […] More

  • Broken Arrow Hires Two New Assistants for Their Girls Program

    Broken Arrow, the defending Oklahoma Girls State Champions, announced on Thursday that they’ve hired two new assistants for their program. From the Broken Arrow wrestling Facebook page We are elated to welcome our assistant coaches, Michelle Lomas and Anthony Buzzelli, to the Broken Arrow Girls Wrestling program. Let’s give them a warm welcome to the […] More

  • Olivia Brown Named USA Today National Wrestler of the Year

    USA Today had their annual high school sports awards on Thursday night and Oklahoman Olivia Brown was named National Female Wrestler of the year. Brown hails from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, and was a state champion this past season at 200 pounds. She was ranked either first or second in the country for most of the […] More

  • Oklahoma’s First Girls All-State Wrestling Team

    Earlier this week the Oklahoma All-State wrestling matches took place and the first-ever girls wrestling All-State team was announced. The team was honored but did not have a dual alongside the boy’s teams. According to Norman North coach Justin Deangelis, it does look like duals may be held at future All-State events. Congrats to everyone […] More

  • Olivia Brown Named Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award Winner for Oklahoma

    The National Wrestling Hall of Fame announced the state winners for the Tricia Saunders High School Excellence Award and Broken Arrow’s Olivia Brown is the winner for the state of Oklahoma From the National Wrestling Hall of Fame “The award recognizes and celebrates the nation’s most outstanding high school senior female wrestlers for their excellence […] More

  • Kaylee Davis Finishes as a Cadet All-American at Fargo

    The Marine Corps National Freestyle/Greco tournament, widely known as “Fargo” kicked off on Saturday in North Dakota and the Oklahoma Cadet Girls were able to crown one All-American with Yukon’s Kaylee Davis. Davis won her first match in the Round of 16 with a fall over Ohio’s Aubrey Reese. She then fell in the quarterfinals […] More

  • Gerald Harris Named Associate Head Coach for Tulsa Union Girls’ Team

    Big news in the world of Oklahoma girls’ wrestling as Gerald Harris will now be coaching at one of the state’s largest schools. Harris, who had been coaching for last years’ state champion Broken Arrow, will now be the associate head coach for the girls’ program at Tulsa Union. This could help set up quite […] More

  • Oklahoma Freestyle/Greco State Tournament Results

    The freestyle state tournament took place this weekend and here is as list of the complete results for the tournament from Bantam all the way to Juniors. Bantam FS – 43 Guaranteed Places 1st Place – Lisa Caldwell of Midwest city 2nd Place – Paisleigh Perkins of Midwest city 3rd Place – Creed Guinup of […] More

  • Landon McCartney Signs With Central Methodist University

    112 pound state Runner-Up Landon McCartney has made her college decision. McCartney, who is out of Pawhuska and finished second at the Oklahoma State Tournament this year at 112 pounds will be wrestling for Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri. More

  • Team Oklahoma Wins Twin Rivers High School Girls Duals

    This weekend Team Oklahoma competed in the Twin Rivers High School duals in Des Moines, Iowa. The AAU sponsored tournament featured teams from Iowa, Arkansas, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Texas. Team Oklahoma stared things off facing Charlies Angels out of Georgia, Texan WC, Team Wisconsin, Iowa Beast Mode, and the […] More

  • Two Broken Arrow Standouts Announce Their College Decisions

    Within just a day of each other, two standout Broken Arrow Wrestlers announced their college destinations. 118 pounder Allison Hynes signed with Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri. The Oklahoma state champ went on News 6 with Scott Pfeil to discuss the signing. The next day, Ottawa University announced that Casey Goss would be joining […] More

  • Spotlight: Emma Thompson (Bixby)

    Name: Emma ThompsonSchool: BixbyGraduation Year: 2022Wants to wrestle: DI, NAIAGPA: 3.9 Tell us about your current high school wrestling accomplishments 2019-20 OSSAA HS Girls state champion @147. 2x WOW tulsa nationals champion. WOW All-Star team member. 2019 Folkstyle Nationals All-American. 2019-20 Bixby Highschool girl wrestler of the year. Tell us about your successes in school […] More

  • Spotlight: Stella Edison (Glenpool)

    Name: Stella EdisonSchool: GlenpoolGrade: Class of 2024GPA: 3.8Wants to wrestle in college: DI Wrestling accomplishments:This is my first HS season, and only my 3rd year of wrestling. This season was tough with not many options for tournaments. I am the only girl who wrestles at my HS. I placed 3rd at the Girls Broken Arrow […] More

  • Spotlight: Khaleah Isabela Kirk (Guthrie Bluejays)

    Name: Khaleah Isabela KirkSchool: Guthrie BluejaysGrade: Class of 2023GPA: 3.9Wants to wrestle in college: D1, NAIA Wrestling accomplishments: Placed 8th at 2020 Pre-Season Nationals State runner up for H.S. 2020 JR High State Champ 2020 Runner up at OKWA State 2020 3rd at Tulsa Kickoff Was named outstanding wrestler at Shawnee Duals Have been to […] More

  • Wrestler Spotlight

    Who wants to see some pages that highlight wrestlers – both their on and off the mat accomplishments? I know I do, so I created the form below to enter your information (please be as thorough as possible in your answers). Let’s highlight both our boys and girls on the mat to showcase them to […] More

  • Best of 2020 for each Oklahoma College Wrestling Program

    2020 has been a bit of a tough year on all of us, and it’s significantly impacted the wrestling world as well. The cancellation of the NCAA tournaments in Division one and two were unprecedented and something the sport hasn’t seen since World War 2. With the end of the year, I thought I’d try […] More

  • Battle for the Belt

    No program is immune to the challenges presented by Covid but the struggles for small schools are even more evident as schedules tighten and tournaments limit team entry numbers.  Smaller programs, Women’s teams, and JV programs have been left scrambling to get the season going.  Fortunately this weekend, Tulsa Battle for the Belt opened an […] More