The 16U Greco portion of the Fargo tournament wrapped up today with Oklahoma grabbing eight All-American finishes and one individual National title.
Edmond North’s Oscar Williams is on another level in Greco. The 170 lber picked up two falls and a tech before he really started to see his tougher tests starting with #1 seed Justin Rademacher. Williams hit a four point arm spin early to go up 4-0. Rademacher tied things back up with a takedown and turn before Williams got two one point scores and knocked off Rademacher 6-4.
Williams got a comfortable win in the semifinals over Georgia’s Hoke Poe hogan then matched up with Virginia’s Toby Schoffstall for the title. Williams hit a 4-point headlock then got a turn to go up 6-0, and that’s all he needed. Schoffstall scored a few times, but Williams held him off to win 6-4 and pick up Oklahoma’s 17th Greco National Championship.
KJ Evans and Talon McCollom both doubled up as both freestyle and greco All-Americans. Evans, who finished second in freestyle at 152 finished fourth and McCollom finished in fifth place.
Rounding out the other All-Americans for Oklahoma were Eric McCown(7th at 182), JJ McComas(6th at 132), Layton Schneider(6th at 145), Richard Thomas(5th at 195), and Jude Randall(4th at 138).
Team Oklahoma finished 5th with 86 points behind Idaho, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania.