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Miami High’s Wrestling Sensation Damiyah Smith Set to Make Waves at OSU

Damiyah Smith was part of the first-ever high school girls wrestling team at Miami High School.

Now, she going to be part of an Oklahoma State program that will start its second season next winter. 

Smith had a few offers to compete at various levels — she had two offers — and had four other schools asking her to come take a visit.

Instead, she is going to Stillwater for her dream school.

“I had a few offers from other schools but the club team is good too,” she said. “I wanted to start something and it is new and I think it will be really big. I was always sad they didn’t have a wrestling team.”

She said her choice was tough but it was a school she had fallen in love with in previous visits and a chance to don the black-and-orange was very enticing.

“Whenever I started high school, I was the only girl and I was really used to starting things and I felt this is where I needed to be,” she said.”To help start from the bottom up. I had been there before. I feel that this is what God was telling me to do and it ended up being an easy choice. It feels right.”

She will bring a lofty resume to the new program, being a three-time state medalist for the Wardogs, a pair of fourth-place showings and a third-place showing this season….

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