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OU Takes Out Bucknell and WVU on the Road

OU took on WVU and Bucknell on Sunday in Morgantown and here’s how things broke out.

OU started out with Bucknell and didn’t get out the gates like they probably wanted to. The Sooners dropped their first two by decision before their star Dom Demas stepped out at 141. Demas got OU back on track with a 16-5 major over Kurt Phipps.

At 149 Mitch Moore carried that momentum with a quick cowcatcher to pin Logan Sanom in 25 seconds. Justin Thomas provided some excitement in a match that had some back and forth scoring and ended with him getting a late reversal and 7-5 win. OU and Bucknell then traded decisions at 165 and 174 with Hartman beating Stiles and Mantanona beating Guida. This put the team score at 16-9 heading into 184.

Bucknell had a chance to make the dual interesting with a win at 184, but Roberts held on in some late scrambles to avoid giving up a takedown and win 4-3. Jake Woodley and Josh Heindselman closed things out with bonus point wins as Woodley picked up a major and Heindselman picked up a fall.

  • OU-29 Bucknell-9
  • 125 Tommy Hoskins(OU) LBD Brandon Seidman(Bucknell) 5-3
  • 133 Anthony Madrigal(OU) LBD Darren Miller(Bucknell) 4-1
  • 141 Dom Demas(OU) MD Kurt Phipps(Bucknell) 16-5
  • 149 Mitch Moore(OU) pinned Logan Sanom(Bucknell) :25
  • 157 Justin Thomas(OU) DEC Nick Delp(Bucknell) 7-5
  • 165 Jake Stiles(OU) LBD Zach Hartman(Bucknell) 8-2
  • 174 Anthony Mantanona(OU) DEC Frankie Guida Jr. (Bucknell) 6-2
  • 184 Darrien Roberts(OU) DEC Sam Barnes(Bucknell) 4-3
  • 197 Jake Woodley(OU) MAJ DEC Mason McCready(Bucknell) 16-5
  • HWT Josh Heindselman(OU) PIN Dorian Crosby(Bucknell)

OU then picked back up with a matchup vs. WVU. They switched things up at 125 and went with Mason Nafieh instead of Tommy Hoskins. Naifeh got the Sooners off to a great start with a 3-1 decision over 17th ranked Killian Cardinale. That momentum carried in this dual and OU rolled from 33-57, picking up decisions in every one of those matches.

At 165 Jake Stiles was competitive with Peyton Hall, but fell 2-1. Anthony Mantanona picked up a decision to make the team score 15-3 before Roberts fell to Carman at 184. In the most anticipated match of the night at 197, Woodley was behind Adams 3-2 late. Woodley was pushing late for a takedown and drew a stalling call on Adams, but was unable to score and dropped the bout. He Josh Heindselman then closed things out with a decision over Michael Wolfgram 6-2.

  • OU-21 West Virginia-9
  • 125 Mason Nafieh(OU) DEC Killian Cardinale(WVU) 3-1
  • 133 Anthony Madrigal(OU) DEC Joey Thomas(WVU) 4-1
  • 141 Dom Demas(OU) DEC Jeff Boyd (WVU) 7-3
  • 149 Mitch Moore(OU) DEC Brayden Roberts(WVU) 4-2
  • 157 Justin Thomas(OU) DEC Walker Heard(WVU) 8-2
  • 165 Jake Stiles(OU) LBD Peyton Hall(WVU) 2-1
  • 174 Anthony Mantanona(OU) DEC Scott Joll(WVU) 13-7
  • 184 Darrien Roberts(OU) LBD Anthony Carman(WVU) 7-6
  • 197 Jake Woodley(OU) LBD Noah Adams(WVU) 3-2
  • HWT Josh Heindselman(OU) DEC Michael Wolfgram(WVU) 6-2

OU heads to Iowa next Sunday to take on Iowa State and Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls.

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