2017 Sand Springs Wrestling Photo Gallery: Best moments from the best team in school history

The 2016-2017 Sand Springs Wrestling season was one for the history books. In fact, Sandite Pride News just published our first-ever commemorative Sand Springs Sports magazine to preserve the monumental accomplishments of our State and Dual State Championship team.

Relive the journey with some of our favorite moments of the season in the following photo gallery, and visit this link to purchase your own copy of our new magazine!

Click here to visit our full photo galleries from this season.

 The Sandites started the season with the No. 2 ranking but improved to first after dominating Owasso 62-6 and winning the Perry Tournament of Champions.

The Sandites started the season with the No. 2 ranking but improved to first after dominating Owasso 62-6 and winning the Perry Tournament of Champions.

 One of the most exciting matches of the season, Delvin Jordan defeated defending State Champion Zach Marcheselli 4-3 in the Broken Arrow dual.

One of the most exciting matches of the season, Delvin Jordan defeated defending State Champion Zach Marcheselli 4-3 in the Broken Arrow dual.

 Zane Basma tied a 48-year-old national record by pinning his Putnam West foe in four seconds.

Zane Basma tied a 48-year-old national record by pinning his Putnam West foe in four seconds.

 Beau Bratcher won a 3-0 decision over 2X Kansas State Champion Mason Wallace at the Ram Duals.

Beau Bratcher won a 3-0 decision over 2X Kansas State Champion Mason Wallace at the Ram Duals.

 The Sandites claimed the 2nd Annual Ram Duals Championship with a 48-18 victory over 3A No. 1 Perry.

The Sandites claimed the 2nd Annual Ram Duals Championship with a 48-18 victory over 3A No. 1 Perry.

 Homecoming Queen Candidate Jasmine Brown, escorted by Derek Davis and Mikey Burns.

Homecoming Queen Candidate Jasmine Brown, escorted by Derek Davis and Mikey Burns.

 Homecoming Queen Candidate Anna Andrews, escorted by Delvin Jordan and Cody Mathis.

Homecoming Queen Candidate Anna Andrews, escorted by Delvin Jordan and Cody Mathis.

 Gage Fain and Blake Sargent escort Little Princess Sawyer Briscoe, Little Prince Max King, and Little Prince Westyn Avey. 

Gage Fain and Blake Sargent escort Little Princess Sawyer Briscoe, Little Prince Max King, and Little Prince Westyn Avey. 

 Delvin Jordan defeated defending State Champion Skyler Haynes 4-3 in the Dual State Finals.

Delvin Jordan defeated defending State Champion Skyler Haynes 4-3 in the Dual State Finals.

 Sandite Wrestling fans packed out Firelake Arena for the Dual State Championship.

Sandite Wrestling fans packed out Firelake Arena for the Dual State Championship.

 Charles Page High School Principal Stan Trout presents the Sandites with their Dual State Championship trophy.

Charles Page High School Principal Stan Trout presents the Sandites with their Dual State Championship trophy.

 Delvin Jordan hoists the 2017 Dual State trophy.

Delvin Jordan hoists the 2017 Dual State trophy.

 Regional Runner-Up Tanner Ward qualified for State for the fourth-straight year.

Regional Runner-Up Tanner Ward qualified for State for the fourth-straight year.

 Blake Sargent qualified for State for the second-straight year.

Blake Sargent qualified for State for the second-straight year.

 3X Regional Champion Jack Karstetter qualified for State for the third-straight year.

3X Regional Champion Jack Karstetter qualified for State for the third-straight year.

 Regional Runner-Up Payton Scott qualified for State for the second-straight year.

Regional Runner-Up Payton Scott qualified for State for the second-straight year.

 2X Regional Runner-Up Zane Basma qualified for State for the third-straight year.

2X Regional Runner-Up Zane Basma qualified for State for the third-straight year.

 That look on Riley Weir's face when he realized there were mere seconds left and he had the lead.

That look on Riley Weir's face when he realized there were mere seconds left and he had the lead.

 Coaches Kelly Smith and Derek Fix hug Riley Weir in celebration of his first State Championship.

Coaches Kelly Smith and Derek Fix hug Riley Weir in celebration of his first State Championship.

 Daton Fix won his fourth State Championship and finished with an undefeated career.

Daton Fix won his fourth State Championship and finished with an undefeated career.

 Daton Fix leaped into his father's arms after winning his fourth State title.

Daton Fix leaped into his father's arms after winning his fourth State title.

 Jack Karstetter made the finals as a junior, and won his first State Championship as a senior.

Jack Karstetter made the finals as a junior, and won his first State Championship as a senior.

 Assistant coach Derek Fix gets heated while coaching Beau Bratcher.

Assistant coach Derek Fix gets heated while coaching Beau Bratcher.

 State Champion Daton Fix joined Head Coach Kelly Smith to coach Payton Scott in the finals.

State Champion Daton Fix joined Head Coach Kelly Smith to coach Payton Scott in the finals.

 Payton Scott celebrates his first State Championship with Daton Fix.

Payton Scott celebrates his first State Championship with Daton Fix.

 These young fans had signs for each of the Sandite finalists. 

These young fans had signs for each of the Sandite finalists. 

 Sand Springs brought home the gold for the first time since 1971.

Sand Springs brought home the gold for the first time since 1971.

 Dacee Smith holds a sign bragging on her brother, Daton.

Dacee Smith holds a sign bragging on her brother, Daton.

 The 2016-2017 wrestling team brought home the first State Tournament trophy since 1971.

The 2016-2017 wrestling team brought home the first State Tournament trophy since 1971.

 The entire varsity wrestling team received recognitions from the Sand Springs Board of Education.

The entire varsity wrestling team received recognitions from the Sand Springs Board of Education.

 The five State Champions received Mayoral Proclamations for their accomplishments, and the team as a whole received two for their two team State Titles.

The five State Champions received Mayoral Proclamations for their accomplishments, and the team as a whole received two for their two team State Titles.

 The Sandites had their first big test at Broken Arrow and passed with flying colors, defeating the third-ranked Tigers 46-21.

The Sandites had their first big test at Broken Arrow and passed with flying colors, defeating the third-ranked Tigers 46-21.

 The Sandites won their district duals by a combined score of 245-0 and set a national record for fastest dual, pinning the entire U.S. Grant team in 14:02. Jack Karstetter tied a 14-year-old national record by pinning his Putnam West foe in four seconds.

The Sandites won their district duals by a combined score of 245-0 and set a national record for fastest dual, pinning the entire U.S. Grant team in 14:02. Jack Karstetter tied a 14-year-old national record by pinning his Putnam West foe in four seconds.

 The Sandites steamrolled their way through the Owasso Ram Duals with two shutouts.

The Sandites steamrolled their way through the Owasso Ram Duals with two shutouts.

 Michael Ritchey won a 4-0 decision over State Champion Cale Betchan at the Ram Duals.

Michael Ritchey won a 4-0 decision over State Champion Cale Betchan at the Ram Duals.

 Homecoming Queen Sarah Noble, escorted by Beau Bratcher and Payton Scott.

Homecoming Queen Sarah Noble, escorted by Beau Bratcher and Payton Scott.

 Homecoming Queen Candidate Katie Godown, escorted by Zane Basma and Tanner Ward.

Homecoming Queen Candidate Katie Godown, escorted by Zane Basma and Tanner Ward.

 Homecoming Queen Candidate Julia Lewis, escorted by Jack Karstetter and Michael Ritchey.

Homecoming Queen Candidate Julia Lewis, escorted by Jack Karstetter and Michael Ritchey.

 Homecoming Queen Sarah Noble with Kissing Captain Daton Fix.

Homecoming Queen Sarah Noble with Kissing Captain Daton Fix.

 Head Coach Kelly Smith is presented with the Coach's State Championship plaque by Sand Springs Superintendent Sherry Durkee.

Head Coach Kelly Smith is presented with the Coach's State Championship plaque by Sand Springs Superintendent Sherry Durkee.

 The 2017 Sandites brought home the first Dual State Championship in school history.

The 2017 Sandites brought home the first Dual State Championship in school history.

 Regional Champion Riley Weir qualified for State for the second-straight year.

Regional Champion Riley Weir qualified for State for the second-straight year.

 Regional Runner-Up Michael Ritchey qualified for State for the second-straight year.

Regional Runner-Up Michael Ritchey qualified for State for the second-straight year.

 OSU-commit Daton Fix won his fourth-straight Regional Championship.

OSU-commit Daton Fix won his fourth-straight Regional Championship.

 Regional Runner-Up Beau Bratcher qualified for State for the fourth-straight year.

Regional Runner-Up Beau Bratcher qualified for State for the fourth-straight year.

 Noah Almy qualified for State for the first time.

Noah Almy qualified for State for the first time.

 2X Regional Champion Delvin Jordan qualified for State for the third time.

2X Regional Champion Delvin Jordan qualified for State for the third time.

 Sand Springs had plenty of fans in the stands.

Sand Springs had plenty of fans in the stands.

 Riley Weir won the first State Championship of the night.

Riley Weir won the first State Championship of the night.

 Coaches Kelly Smith and Derek Fix celebrate Daton Fix's State Championship win.

Coaches Kelly Smith and Derek Fix celebrate Daton Fix's State Championship win.

 Jack Karstetter celebrates his first State Championship win with coaches Dustin Kinard and Jay Fleischman.

Jack Karstetter celebrates his first State Championship win with coaches Dustin Kinard and Jay Fleischman.

 It was an emotional night for each of the Sandites.

It was an emotional night for each of the Sandites.

 State Champion Beau Bratcher hugs his coach and uncle Kelly Smith.

State Champion Beau Bratcher hugs his coach and uncle Kelly Smith.

 Sand Springs alumnus and referee Josh Briscoe eagerly watches Payton Scott's finals match.

Sand Springs alumnus and referee Josh Briscoe eagerly watches Payton Scott's finals match.

 Sand Springs Wrestling fans cheer on Payton Scott.

Sand Springs Wrestling fans cheer on Payton Scott.

 After the adrenaline subsided, each of the Sandite Champions was overcome with emotion.

After the adrenaline subsided, each of the Sandite Champions was overcome with emotion.

 Delvin Jordan defeated Skyler Haynes twice in the regular season, each time by a single point. This time the defending State Champ came out on top.

Delvin Jordan defeated Skyler Haynes twice in the regular season, each time by a single point. This time the defending State Champ came out on top.

 The three State Champions from the Class of 2017.

The three State Champions from the Class of 2017.

 Head Coach Kelly Smith gives a post-tournament interview, Beau Bratcher tries to get him to mention "The Beau Show."

Head Coach Kelly Smith gives a post-tournament interview, Beau Bratcher tries to get him to mention "The Beau Show."

 Sand Springs Athletic Director Rod Sitton presents the State Tournament trophy to CPHS Principal Stan Trout, Head Coach Kelly Smith, and Superintendent Sherry Durkee.

Sand Springs Athletic Director Rod Sitton presents the State Tournament trophy to CPHS Principal Stan Trout, Head Coach Kelly Smith, and Superintendent Sherry Durkee.

 The 2016-2017 Sand Springs Wrestling coaching staff.

The 2016-2017 Sand Springs Wrestling coaching staff.