A total of 554 Owasso students and 258 Collinsville students made the distinct lists for their outstanding efforts during the spring 2018 semester.
On the night before the regional tournament, Mike Ryan wrote a haunting script on the board above Owasso’s dark wrestling room.
The Rams will compete at the OKC Fairgrounds Arena Friday and Saturday.
Owasso got some big wins from its seniors, but the Rams couldn't top Edmond North.
J.D. Johnson, Zeke Washington and Baylor Smith did it again for the Rams.
Owasso had maybe its best tournament of the season with Baylor taking the crown and four others earning high finishes.
Zeke Washington has a lot of options when he’s trying to win a wrestling match, but he owes his recent success to his latest entertainment obsession.
Two others reached the title bouts of their respective weight classes.
Tristan Herrera, Richie Lee, Nolan Miller and Kaleb Mertz won their weight backets Saturday at OHS.
With a fifth-place team finish in the 6A East Regional Wrestling Tournament on Saturday at Sand Springs, Owasso qualified six wrestlers for the State Tournament – one of the highest numbers in years.
Sand Springs and Claremore battle Perry and Manhattan on opposite ends of the bracket in Owasso's Ram Dual tournament.
Despite missing a couple of key wrestlers and having a few more limited by the flu, Broken Arrow took care of business.
The second-ranked Sandites raced up six bonus-point wins in a 62-6 dual victory over Owasso.
"That's the goal this week, getting guys down to weight"- Derek Scheihing, Owasso coach
Youth tournament draws more than 500