Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

March 18, 2014

Lamons adds to legacy

Tahlequah state champion Hestin Lamons named to All-State team and also commits to Oklahoma State

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All-State wrestling

Large East


113: Graham Godfrey (Union)

120: Caleb Burns (Ponca City)

126: Luke Wolfenberger (Union)

132: Cody Foos (Pryor)

138: Gary Wayne Harding (Collinsville)

145: Will Steltzlen (Collinsville)

152: Dawaylon Barnes (Muskogee)

160: Hestin Lamons (Tahlequah)

170: Jacobe Smith (Muskogee)

182: Chandler Rogers (Stillwater)

195: Brice Inbody (Bishop Kelley)

220: Gage Humphrey (Shawnee)

285: Teejay Aiono (Owasso)

Large West

113: Briar Adams (Lawton MacArthur)

120: Coulton Parker (Piedmont)

126: Jett Gray (Duncan)

132: Clayton Lamb (Del City)

138: Gareth Ballard (Mustang)

145: Parker Bohannon (Yukon)

152: Brok Williams (Lawton MacArthur)

160: Blane Culp (Piedmont)

170: Cole Pacheco (Deer Creek)

182: Nathan Marek (Southmoore)

195: Derek White (Edmond North)

220: Josh Latham (Chickasha)

285: Andrew Dixon (Edmond North)

Small East

113: Braden Bennett (Locust Grove)

120: Cody Lambert (Cascia Hall)

126: Briar Stopp (Newkirk)

132: Cub Yeager (Locust Grove)

138: Derick Shrum (Jay)

145: Jonce Blaylock (Berryhill)

152: Jared Schieber (Newkirk)

160: Gage Stallworth (Cushing)

170: David Thomas (Perry)

182: Cale Wilson (Sallisaw)

195: Caleb Hawes (Barnsdall)

220: Jadon Davenport (Sallisaw)

285: Tanner Allen (Blackwell)

Small West

113: Ryan Williams (Clinton)

120: Tanner Leonard (Elgin)

126: Blake Dauphin (Tuttle)

132: Shayne Revels (Comanche)

138: Cody Lewis (Geary)

145: Christian Roney (Kingfisher)

152: Keagan Davidson (Sulphur)

160: Dakota Head (Tuttle)

170: Braden Stringer (Blanchard)

182: Tristan East (Anadarko)

195: Dylan Blundell (Kingfisher)

220: Braden Ruth (Davis)

285: Jose Cuevas (Weatherford)

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