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UCO dual recap vs. Newman

DMOND (Dec. 10) – Two-time national champion Dalton Abney shined in his season debut to spearhead Central Oklahoma’s technical fall avalanche that buried Newman 40-5 Sunday afternoon in the 300th dual at Hamilton Field House.

Abney needed just 1:38 to rack up a 19-4 technical fall at 197 pounds and the No. 4-ranked Bronchos also got five-point routs from 157 Gabe Johnson, 174 Jaxon Randall and Hvy Braden Morgan in their 18th straight home victory.

UCO added major decisions from 141 Dylan Lucas and 149 Antonio George, while 125 Guy Clevenger and 133 Peter Rolle pulled out tough wins. Anthony DesVigne added a forfeit as the Bronchos improved to 2-0 in winning their 19th consecutive Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association match.

“It was great to finally be home and we had a good day,” said eighth-year head coach Todd Steidley, who improved to 88-12 with the Bronchos. “I thought our guys wrestled hard. We pulled out a couple of gritty wins early and did a lot of good things, but we still have a lot of work to do.”

UCO improved to 234-63-3 at Hamilton Field House in its home debut.

Clevenger got the Bronchos started in the opening match, coming out on top in a wild scramble for a takedown with 1:15 left to break a 7-7 tie before hanging on for a 10-8 win…

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