106: Cael Hughes-Stillwater
Hughes, ranked #15 in the nation at 106, followed up his Fargo cadet freestyle national championship and greco runner-up performance by going 42-0 and winning a state championship as a freshman. Not a bad year!
113: Cruz Aguilar-Edmond Memorial
Aguilar, ranked #15 in the nation at 113, capped off a perfect 33-0 senior season by winning his second straight title. Oh yea, did I mention he did it with a broken arm?
120: Troy Spratley-Collinsville
The Wyoming Seminary transfer made a grand entrance, going 37-0 in his first season at Collinsville. The sophomore is currently the #10 ranked wrestler in the nation at 120.
126: Jordan Williams-Collinsville
It’s hard to beat the recent stretch that this sophomore is on. Williams won a cadet freestyle Fargo title last summer, a Super 32 title in the fall, and then finished with his second state title last week. He is currently ranked #11 in the nation at 126.
132: Caleb Tanner-Collinsville
The OU commit finished off a stellar high school career by going 24-0 and becoming the 39th wrestler in Oklahoma to win four state titles. He is currently ranked #8 in the nation at 132.
138: Ryder Ramsey-Tuttle
The UCO commit ended his career by winning his third straight title.
145: John Wiley-Mustang
The double Fargo cadet national champion dealt with a knee injury early in his sophomore season, but recovered in time to win his second state championship. He is currently ranked #19 in the nation at 145.
152: Gabe Johnson-Choctaw
The UCO commit and number #11 ranked wrestler at 152 finished his career by winning back to back state titles.
160: Cougar Anderson-Skiatook
Anderson, who is committed to Arkansas-Little Rock, finished his junior season off by going 33-0 and winning his third state title.
170: Gage Hockett-Cushing
The Wyoming commit finished his career by winning back to back titles.
182: Tate Picklo-Mustang
The OU commit and Greco world team member followed up a busy summer by going 47-0 and winning his second straight title. The junior is currently ranked #10 in the nation at 182.
195: Harley Andrews-Tuttle
The #10 ranked wrestler in the nation at 195 cruised to a state championship by pinning his way through the tournament. Andrews is only a sophomore.
220: Konner Doucet-Comanche
The OSU commit capped off one of the most dominant careers in Oklahoma history by becoming the 40th wrestler ever to win four titles. The #6 ranked wrestler in the nation at 220 went a combined 87-0 in his junior and senior seasons.
285: Marquonn Journey-Choctaw
Journey finished his high school career by winning back to back titles.
106: Guy Clevenger-Catoosa
113: Eli Griffin-Cascia Hall
120: Tucker Owens-Mustang
126: Ryan Smith-Perry
132: Carter Young-Stillwater
138: Cade Manion-Deer Creek
145: Jackson Oplotnik-Edmond Memorial
152: Brady DeArmond-Tuttle
160: Chance Davis-Enid
170: Bryce Mattioda-Broken Arrow
182: Luke Surber-Tuttle
195: Austin Cooley-Piedmont
220: Judson Rowland-Mustang
285: Ryder Weise-Blanchard
106: Christian Forbes-Broken Arrow
113: Kaden Smith-Bridge Creek
120: Manny Rogers-Del City
126: Reece Davis-Tuttle
132: Blazik Perez-Broken Arrow
138: Josh Taylor-Skiatook
145: Bryce Dauphin-Tuttle
152: Kolby Depron-Bridge Creek
160: Blake Skidgel-Pawnee
170: Bryce Carter-Sperry
182: Landon Holt-Geary
195: Emmanuel Skillings-Broken Arrow
220: Cabe Dickerson-Altus
285: Cooper Webb-Davis