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January 13, 2013

Tiger grapplers finish 14th at Jerry Billings Invitational

SAPULPA — Reese Davis recorded Tahlequah’s highest finish in what resulted in a 14th-place finish for the Tigers at the Jerry Billings Invitational in Sapulpa.

Davis, at 138 pounds, lost a 18-6 major decision to Berryhill’s Jonce Blaylock to finish second for Tahlequah. Davis went 3-0 to reach the finals, recording one win by fall and two by decision.

At 145 pounds, Tahlequah’s Hestin Lamons came in fifth place. Lamons beat Edison’s Reegie Dunn, 14-5, to become Tahlequah’s second placer.

Edmond North won the tournament with 191 points, beating Broken Arrow by 29.5 points. Union, Muskogee and Ponca City rounded out the top five.

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