Four members of the Sand Springs Team Big Wrestling Club took first place at the November Sapulpa Tournament.
Dariuz Black (6-2) took first place at 84 pounds in Division Four and second place in Division Five. In the lower class he pinned Ethan Peterson in 27 seconds and Ryan Cantrell in 1:28. Peterson was his only competitor in the top division, and the Sapulpan won two decisions in the best-of-three matchup.
Blayton Collins (15-8) placed second at 61 pounds in both Division Two and Three. In Division Three he defeated Uriah Hooks and Carter Williams, both by 4-2 decision, then pinned Brody Sexson in forty seconds before falling to Jameson Allen. In Division Two he pinned Ty Pond in 1:20 and Bently Osburn in 1:45 before falling 7-0 to Cadyn Dodson.
Kaden Pope (3-2) took third place at 58 pounds. After losing his opening match 7-2 to Kru Vance, he won his way through the consolation bracket with a 5-0 decision over Blake Cooper and a 6-0 victory over Brenner Ball.
Jaxon Trotter (6-2) placed third at 100 pounds. After falling to Brett Cornett in his opening match, he snapped back with three-straight dominant wins in consolation. After teching Daniel Gruenwald 15-0 he pinned Garritt Hunt in 2:17 and Storm Rieck in 0:36.
Novice Division Four
Jayden Pait (2-2) won a best-of-three against Rylie Brown for first place at eighty pounds, pinning the Claremore wrestler in 1:13 and 2:43.
Ramone Sparks (6-0) won his third-straight tournament at 84 pounds, pinning Zoey Freeman in 2:42 and majoring Kaden Boucher 12-1.
Novice Division Three
Lane Bailey (3-0) took first place at 64 pounds, pinning Mason Denison in 23 seconds, majoring Landon Dodd 13-0, and scoring a 4-0 decision over Carter Meloy.
Novice Division Two
Jareb Boatman (9-1) won his second-straight tournament at 58 pounds. He pinned Kaden Ford in 1:29 and Riley Kaufmann in 2:47 while outscoring Ladd Elgin 8-0 and Mikaili Lee 12-5.
Andrew Price (6-4) took second place at 55 pounds. He defeated John Burk 4-0, pinned Chanley Glendening in 1:27, and majored Kyler Frits 13-1 before falling 12-5 to Slade Theriot in the finals.
Tyler Feigenbaum (9-1) made his third-straight finals appearance at 67 pounds but failed to take home the gold. After pinning Dain Mosby in 35 seconds and majoring Braxton Floyd 12-4 he was pinned by Brice Lozinsky of Sapulpa.
Novice Division One
Cooper Ellenburg (6-3) took third place at 49 pounds. He pinned Kiah Locust in 1:33 and Dimas Ali in 0:37 before falling 10-2 to Miles Evans. In consolation he majored Isaac Harris 10-2 and pinned Hudson Williams in 1:44.