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Coweta picks up dual win, finish seventh at Wilkey Invitational

Coweta picks up dual win, finish seventh at Wilkey Invitational


Coweta Tiger wrestlers won their home opener with a 45-28 dual win over Fort Gibson on Thursday, Jan. 7. The evening included an overtime win, two major decisions and a thrilling 4-3 decision that had the crowd fully engaged in the action.

The following results have been posted from the dual:

At 106, Brock Hickman was quick to pick up a win.

At 113, Tucker Collinsworth recorded a win by fall in 0:37.

At 120, Pilcher lost by fall in the first period.

At 126, B. Roberts won with a quick stick.

At 126, Ballard lost by fall.

At 132, Mason Kidd lost by fall.

At 145, Bronson Burcham won a thrilling 4-3 decision to give the Tigers a 21-18 lead over Fort Gibson.

At 152, C.J. Clifton lost by major decision, 9-1.

At 160, Cole Stevens lost by fall.

At 170, Rusty Treat won by fall.

At 182, Hudson Moudy received a forfeit.

At 196, Gage Hamm won a major decision.

At 220, Elijah Fadeyev won 4-1 in overtime to extend Coweta’s lead to 39-28.

At heavyweight, Caleb Phillips won with a fast fall.

Coweta competed in the Larry Wilkey Invitational in Jenks over the weekend and came home with a seventh place finish among 24 scoring teams.

At 182, Gage Hamm squared off with Brayden Bowman of Edmond North in the finals and lost a 6-3 decision. He advanced to the finals with a 10-5 decision over Ramses Soto of Broken Arrow.

At heavyweight, Caleb Phillips competed for a third place finish against Tyler Rich of Owasso. He lost a 1-0 decision to finish fourth.

In the fifth place match at 145, Bronson Burcham pinned Jonathan Kelvington of Jenks in 4:48.

Also for fifth place, Eli Fadeyev at 220 decisioned Jaylen Pounds of More, 4-3.

No other tournament information has been made available.

To open the 2020-2021 season, the Coweta Tigers competed in the Jay Border Wars Dual Tournament and finished with runner-up honors.

At the tournament posted wins over Jay (43-36), Rogers, Ark. (72-12), Inola (48-34) and Stilwell (58-24). Their only loss on the mats came to Bridge Creek (30-50).

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Christy has been covering news and sports in Wagoner County since 1988. She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a degree in Public Relations/Journalism.

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