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High School Sports

February 1, 2013

OSSAA releases wrestling pairings

Each area school knew where it was going for its respective regional wrestling tournament. But those thoughts were confirmed on Thursday.

The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association released regional wrestling assignments for Classes 6A through 3A.

Tahlequah will head to Tulsa for a 5A regional at Edison High School. Other teams at the site will be Bishop Kelley, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Deer Creek, Durant, East Central, Grove, McAlester, Piedmont, Pryor, Shawnee, Skiatook, Edison and Western Heights.

Keys, Sequoyah and Hulbert will all be competing at the Berryhill regional tournament. Joining the three schools will be Barnsdall, Berryhill, Checotah, Inola, Jay, Kiefer, Liberty, Locust Grove, Morrison, Newkirk, Okmulgee, Parkview, Pawhuska, Pawnee, Perkins-Tryon, Quinton, Salina, Sperry, Talihina, Tonkawa, Vian and Webbers Falls.

Other regional sites include Midwest City (6A west), Bixby (6A east), Duncan (5A west), Weatherford (4A west), Glenpool (4A east) and Kingfisher (3A west).

All regional tournaments will be wrestled on Feb. 15-16. The state tournament for each class will be Feb. 22-23 in Oklahoma City.

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