Sandite Youth Wrestling crowns four champions at Bristow Classic

Four members of the Sand Springs Team Big Wrestling Club took first place at the Bristow Classic in November. 

Owen Martin (5-1) took first place in Division Five at 84 pounds, scoring a 6-0 decision over Ethan Peterson and a 15-0 technical fall against teammate Dariuz Black.

Black (4-2) placed second in both Division Five and Division Four at 84 pounds. In Division Five he defeated Peterson 2-0 but fell 15-0 to Martin. In Division Four he teched Blake Tuttle 16-0, scored an 8-2 decision over Logan Trenary, and pinned Ryan Cantrell in only thirteen seconds before falling 5-0 to Peterson.

Ethan Norton (3-2) won the Division Five hundred-pound bracket handily, pinning Cameron White in 1:07 and scoring a 17-2 tech fall over Cameron Pritchard.

Carter Goodman (2-0) took first place at 113 pounds in Division Five, pinning Hunter Watkins in 48 seconds and scoring a 6-0 decision over Trevor Freeman.

Mitchell Smith (6-2) came in runner-up at eighty pounds in Division Four, pinning Blade Walden in 1:27, but falling to Jaxson Humphries.

Jackson Martin (2-10) placed fifth at 64 pounds in Division Four.

Colt Cothran (3-9) placed third at 67 pounds in Division Three, winning a 4-2 decision over teammate Jayden Bussell.

Jayden Bussell (5-4) took third place at 67 pounds in Division Two, pinning Hunter Stanford in 2:02 and winning an 8-3 decision over Xander Wiley. He also placed fourth in Division Three.

Jareb Boatman (5-1) won the Division Two Novice bracket at 58 pounds, defeating Talus Barnett 12-5 and pinning Brody Denison in only 35 seconds.