Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

March 4, 2014

McGowan loses in 220 finals

State wrestling notebook

(Continued)

Class 3A results

Team scores:
1, Perry 118; 2, Tonkawa 82; 3, Chandler 76.5; 4, Newkirk 72; 5, Kingfisher 51; 6, Blackwell 49; 7, Plainview 46; 8, Berryhill 42; 9, Heritage Hall 41.5; 10, Sperry 31; 11, Davis 28; 12, Madill 24; T13, Pawnee 23; T13, Barnsdall 23; 15, Jay 19; 16, Hulbert 17; T17, Douglass 16; T17, Salina 16; 19, Pawhuska 14; 20, Marlow 12; 21, Tahlequah-Sequoyah 10; 22, Keys 9; 23, Geary 6; 24, Okmulgee 4; T25, Little Axe 3; T25, Inola 3; T25, Perkins-Tryon 3; 28, Comanche 2; 29, Sulphur 1.

Championship finals

106: Kaden Gfeller (Heritage Hall) tech fall Cale Betchan (Perry), 27-12

113: Zach Atencio (Plainview) dec. Anthony Jauregui (Tonkawa), 7-2

120: Owen Simpson (Tonkawa) dec. Cullen Patterson (Salina), 8-6

126: Briar Stopp (Newkirk) dec. Rio Zamora (Madill), 8-2

132: Derick Shrum (Jay) dec. Brandon Hurst (Tonkawa), 3-0

138: Tanner Wall (Chandler) dec. Brady Smith (Kingfisher), 7-5 SV

145: Jonce Blaylock (Berryhill) dec. Cody Ryan (Chandler), 3-1

152: Jared Schieber (Newkirk) dec. Colton Looper (Perry), 5-3

160: David Thomas (Perry) dec. Jacob Vap (Newkirk), 6-1

170: Sam Schuermann (Blackwell) dec. Heath Gray (Chandler), 6-3

182: Marlon Houston Jr. (Pawnee) dec. Darian Mixon (Chandler), 3-1 SV

195: Caleb Hawes (Barnsdall) dec. Garrett Beier (Perry), 9-4

220: Braden Ruth (Davis) fall Bryson McGowan (Hulbert), 1:01

285: Tanner Allen (Blackwell) dec. Bryan Jordan (Tonkawa), 6-3

Consolation finals

106: Tanner Ward (Berryhill) dec. Louden Akin (Sperry), 8-2

113: Maddy Roney (Kingfisher) dec. Grant Sorenson (Heritage Hall), 5-4

120: Noah Nida (Perry) dec. Tyler Ramirez (Madill), 7-3

126: Will Tiger (Sequoyah) dec. Taylor Priest (Pawhuska), 2-1

132: Blake Avery (Perry) maj. dec. Cody Lewis (Geary), 14-6

138: Ryan Travelletti (Berryhill) dec. Brandon Smith (Newkirk), 9-5

145: Christian Roney (Kingfisher) dec. Jacob Collins (Tonkawa), 6-1

152: Kevin Howard (Tonkawa) dec. Aryion Young (Heritage Hall), 2-1

160: Seth Scarbrough (Marlow) dec. Seth Fritts (Keys), 3-1

170: Riley Betchan (Perry) maj. dec. Zalin Edwards (Pawhuska), 12-3

182: John Gruenwald (Sperry) dec. Connor Webb (Davis), 3-1 SV

195: Dylan Blundell (Kingfisher) dec. Jackson Kashwer (Chandler), 8-4

220: Cameron Hanan (Plainview) dec. Bo Montez (Perry), 4-1

285: De’Angelo Woodward (Douglass) fall Dorain Fagan (Plainview), 2:23

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