Like the rest of the sports world, the 2020 All World Awards presented by Bill Knight Automotive are being impacted by COVID-19.
The Tulsa World is committed to honoring athletes of the year in the sports completed before the school year was canceled. But our June 25 ceremony is being scaled down to follow the rules set forth by city government and health officials. In the coming weeks, we'll announce full details of our Fourth All World Awards.
This week, we're unveiling our winter All World team for boys and girls swimming, wrestling and boys and girls basketball. On Sunday, we'll publish our annual All-State teams.
This week's schedule
April 28: Boys swimming
April 29: Girls swimming
Friday: Girls basketball
Saturday: Boys basketball
Sunday: All-State basketball
Here are the 2019-2020 wrestling honorees, as chosen by Tulsa World staff writer Dekota Gregory.
Wrestler of the year finalist: Cougar Anderson, Skiatook, Jr.
Wrestler of the year finalist: Eli Griffin, Cascia Hall, Jr.
Wrestler of the year finalist: Caleb Tanner, Collinsville, Sr.
First team: Brody Gee
First team: Troy Spratley
First team: Jordan Williams
First team: Josh Taylor
FIrst team: Jaylon Otero
First team: Jack Wilkins
First team: Bryce Mattioda
First team: Jersey Robb
First team: Emmanuel Skillings
First team: Ryan Cochran
First team: Whitney Azlin
Coach of the year: Rodney Jones
How the team was picked
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