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Wrestling in Oklahoma Recap: Week V

The first full week of action saw two defending state championship teams fall in duals and lots of intense wrestling in Jay, Putnam City, Blanchard and Okmulgee.  

In girl’s dual action, Bixby defeated 2X state champion Union by a 51-30 score and in boys wrestling, Broken Arrow took down 3X state champion, Stillwater, 43-35.  Broken Arrow capped off the strong opening by traveling to Gardner, KS and earning a 2nd place finish at the 17-team Gardner Edgerton Invitational.  Evan Rodriguez, Jake Miller, and Gunner Wilson won titles for the Tigers.  


The Jay Border Wars Tournament was a premier early season test with 14 ranked schools from Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Missouri competing in the 27 school tournament. Edmond North made an early statement, crowing four champions to win the team title by 7.5 points over Broken Arrow, with Lebanon, MO – 3rd and Bixby – 4th

Lower Weights OW: Bella Willams, Edmond North (7-0 with seven 1st period falls in total time of 5:02)

Upper Weights OW: Mariyah Brumley, Lebanon (finals pitted #6 nationally ranked Brumley vs. #5 nationally ranked Kali Hayden, with Brumley winning by fall to claim the 190 lb. title).

Top Five Teams

  1. Edmond North – 239
  2. Broken Arrow – 231.5
  3. Lebanon, MO – 222.5
  4. Bixby – 214
  5. Cassville, MO – 155.5

Individual Champions

100 Angela Lee, Jay 

105 Destiny Jones, Skiatook 

110 Jadyn Roller, Bixby 

115 Jessa Joiner, Lebanon, MO

120 Emily Beckley, Broken Arrow 

125 Brissa Bernal, Bixby – maj. dec. win in finals over state runner-up Aiyana Perkins (Union)

130 Bella Williams, Edmond North 

135 Taylor Ellis-Hishaw – semifinal win over state champion Shelby Kemp (Moore) and fall in finals over state runner-up Faith James (Cassville, MO)

140 Clover Williams, Edmond North – finals fall over state placer Jayla Ford (Bixby) 

145 Hailey Roark, Cassville, MO

155 Skylur Lewis, Rogers, AR

170 Millie Azlin, Bixby – fall in finals over 3rd place State medalist Archer Jones (Har-Ber, AR) 

190 Mariyah Brumley, Lebanon, MO

235 Kinslee Collier, Edmond North 


Edmond North had eight placers, including three champions to win the team title over Coppell, TX.

OW – Brayden Lucas, Edmond North 

Top Three Teams (17 teams entered)

  1. Edmond North – 416
  2. Coppell, TX – 414.5
  3. Putnam City – 394

Individual Champions

106 Jesus Cansino, Santa Fe South

113 Jayden Henson, Putnam City 

120 Sawyer Hackbarth, Edmond North 

126 Brayden Mixey, Carl Albert 

132 Max McDaniel, Edmond North 

138 Kasen Miller, Carl Albert 

144 Hazey Ivey, Southmoore 

150 Seth Shouse, Moore 

157 Brayden Lucas, Edmond North 

165 Richard Gonzales, Coppell, TX

175 Layton Leavitt, Carl Albert 

190 Ryan Gooch, Putnam City North 

215 Cooper Johnson, Coppell, TX

285 Luis Tapia, Santa Fe South


Led by champions, Angelina Bezner, Ryleigh Lefkowitz, Ashley Maldanado, and Tessalynn Goodner, Putnam City claimed the title, with Southmoore placing 2nd.  

Top Three Teams (12 teams entered)

  1. Putnam City – 89
  2. Southmoore – 81
  3. Douglass – 76

Individual Champions

100 Blayklee Vasquez, Southmoore 

105 Serenity Serrato, Putnam City West 

110 Shae Salines, Enid

115 Ashley Linares, Putnam City West 

120 Christina Guerrero, Lawton Ike

125 Angelina Bezner, Putnam City 

130/135 Reagan Leach, Edmond North 

140/145 Grace Rojas, Putnam City West 

155 Ryleigh Lefkowitz, Putnam City 

170 Ashley Maldanado, Putnam City 

190 Tessalynn Goodner, Putnam City 

235 Ja’Niya Morrison, Douglass 


Norman North had nine placers and two champions to hold off Chickasha and win the Blanchard Invitational.

Top Three Teams (20 teams entered)

  1. Norman North – 225.5
  2. Chickasha – 220.5
  3. Cache – 170

Individual Champions

106 Canaan Brummett, Chickasha 

113 Jarrett Patty, Chickasha 

120 Tai Walsh, Cache – win in finals over LA state runner-up, Jacob Kershaw (North Desoto)

126 Tyler Misenheimer, Blanchard – fall in finals over state runner-up and 2X state placer Hunter Jackson (Elgin) 

132 Colby Longanacre, Chickasha – win in finals over 2022 state runner-up Logan Crawford (Cache) and fall in semifinals over LA state runner-up Collin Bell (North Desoto)

138 Dylan Bratt, Chickasha – tech fall in finals over LA state placer, Nathan Adams (North Desoto)

144 Cash Sessions, Norman North – fall in finals over LA state champion, Dalton Compton (North Desoto)

150 Matthew Revas, Norman North – win in finals over LA state placer, Chase Smart (North Desoto)

157 Charlie Shafer, Cache 

165 Kyle Harrall, Hinton 

175 Tyren Alexander, Chickasha 

190 Jonavin Mullins, Chickasha 

215 Riston Meyer, Elgin 

285 Jace Williams, Elgin

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