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Walsh Ironman Tournament Day 1 Recap: Oklahoma Style

A handful of 6A schools make the trip up north to Ohio for what some say is one of the toughest regular season tournaments of the year: Walsh Ironman tournament.

Broken Arrow, Bixby, Edmond North and Stillwater all made the trip to take on some tough competition from all over the country.

Day 1 is a longggg day of wrestling with championship matches up through the quarter-finals and multiple rounds of consolation. Day I didn’t end for some wrestlers until MIDNIGHT!

Even though each weight is a 64 man bracket, there have already been some head-to-head matches of Oklahoma boys. At 113, Edmond North’s Jake Goodin gets a first period fall over Antwan Hernandez (Broken Arrow). At 120 we get a matchup in the quarterfinals that I personally have been looking forward to seeing as Beric Jordan of Stillwater gets the best of Devon Miller (Edmond North). Jordan able to get to his takedowns and gets the decision win 7-2. At 132 Hudson Hackbarth (Edmond North) gets a 2nd period fall over Stockton Allen (Stillwater). At 126 Gage Walker of Bixby knocks off Christian Belford (Edmond North) on the backsides with a major decision (14-2). …

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