Class 6A Dual State Tournament Preview and Info

Friday, February 9 at the Stride Bank Center in Enid, OK

Quarterfinals at 12:00

  • Edmond North vs. Deer Creek on Mat 1
  • Stillwater vs Sand Springs on Mat 2
  • Broken Arrow vs Yukon on Mat 3
  • Bixby vs. Piedmont on Mat 4

Semifinals at 2:00

  • Edmond North-Deer Creek winner vs. Stillwater-Sand Springs winner on Mat 3
  • Broken Arrow-Yukon winner vs. Bixby-Piedmont winner on Mat 4

Finals at 6:30

  • Class 4A Finals on Mat 2
  • Class 6A Finals on Mat 3
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  1. Edmond North, 15-1, Andy Schneider
  2. Bixby, 9-0, Ray Blake
  3. Broken Arrow, 9-3, Rodney Jones
  4. Stillwater, 13-2, Ethan Kyle
  5. Sand Springs, 10-1, Ty Bowling
  6. Yukon, 7-2, Joe Schneider
  7. Piedmont, 9-1, Erik Ford
  8. Deer Creek, 12-7, Russell Caldwell

Following a dominating regular season, Edmond North comes in as a strong favorite to capture the Class 6A Dual State title. A vastly improved Sand Springs team and a dangerous Stillwater squad meet in an interesting 1st round dual, with the winner more than likely taking on the Huskies in the semifinals.  Bixby and Broken Arrow will likely have a rematch of their January 25 dual (won by Bixby 40-24) to decide the finalist from the bottom half of the bracket.  With Class 6A having so many DI signees and nationally ranked wrestlers competing, there is the potential for fireworks and several matches that could be previews of the state finals coming up in a couple of weeks.

Heads-up Dual Results of Dual State Qualifiers.

These results are regular season results and not predictions of what will happen at Dual State as some were early season duals and line-ups could be completely different from the regular season duals.

  • Edmond North over Broken Arrow, 55-9
  • Edmond North over Yukon, 54-14
  • Edmond North over Deer Creek, 76-0 
  • Bixby over Broken Arrow, 40-24
  • Bixby over Stillwater, 45-21
  • Broken Arrow over Stillwater, 43-35
  • Broken Arrow over Sand Springs, 45-11
  • Yukon over Piedmont, 36-34
  • Yukon over Deer Creek, 35-34
  • Piedmont over Deer Creek, 39-26


  • 2019 – Broken Arrow over Choctaw, 50-10
  • 2020 – Broken Arrow over Mustang, 30-26
  • 2021 – Mustang over Bixby, 45-22
  • 2022 – Stillwater over Bixby, 47-10
  • 2023 – Stillwater over Edmond North, 38-22


  • 32 – This is Broken Arrow’s 32nd time to qualify for Dual State in the 36-year history of the tournament (most in Class 6A).
  • 22 – Sand Springs is making their 22nd appearance at Dual State (2nd most in Class 6A).
  • 19 – This is Bixby’s 19th time to qualify for Dual State (15 in Class 5A and 4 in Class 6A).
  • 17 – Broken Arrow is making their 17th straight Dual State appearance (Longest streak in Class 6A).
  • 17 – Edmond North is making their 17th appearance at Dual State, including the last 16 in a row.
  • 16 – This is Deer Creek’s 16th time to qualify.  They are the only school to qualify for Dual State in all four classes.
  • 15 – Yukon is making their 15th appearance at Dual State.
  • 12 – This is Stillwater’s 12th time to qualify for Dual State.
  • 11 – Piedmont’s 1st year to qualify for Dual State came in 2013, and this is their 11th appearance in the past 12 years.
  • 9 – Broken Arrow has won nine Dual State titles (most in Class 6A).
  • 3 – Stillwater has won three Dual State titles, winning titles in 2015, 2022 and 2023. 1 – Edmond North (2013) and Sand Springs (2017) are the only other schools in this year’s field to win a Dual State title.

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