CPHS Wrestling: No. 5 Sandites to meet No. 4 Edmond North Friday at Dual State

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The Class 6A No. 5 ranked Charles Page High School wrestling team (13-4) is headed to Dual State for the fourth-straight year on Friday. The Sandites will meet No. 4 Edmond North (9-2) at 12:00 p.m. on Mat 3 at Firelake Arena in Shawnee.

The teams don’t have a single mutual opponent this season and they have only wrestled one tournament together. Sand Springs placed 28th at the Kansas City Stampede, while the Huskies finished 37th.

At KCI there were only two head-to-head meetings. Brendon Wiseley scored a 16-0 technical fall against Garrett McBride and Chris Kirby pinned Jayden Villalobos in 0:58.

Both teams were without some of their starters at that tournament, so it’s tough to predict how they would match up at full strength. Edmond North voided two weights and lost Jake McCoy mid-tournament. Sand Springs voided three weights and lost Dylan Luker, Seth Jones, and Riley Magee mid-tournament.

Both Carson Trindle and State Champion Kruz Simons have been inactive since sustaining injuries in their first tournament of the year. Both teams have a lot of talent, but the Huskies have a deeper well to draw from than the Sandites.

Edmond North is coached by Andrew Schneider with a 108-16 record in his ninth season. The Huskies won their first and only State and Dual State titles in 2013, and have won ten-straight District Championships. The Sandites are led by first-year Head Coach Jarrod Patterson. They hold two State titles and one Dual State title, winning both Championships in 2017.

Firelake Arena is located at 18145 Old Rangeline Road, Shawnee, OK 74801.

Possible Lineups:

Sand Springs
106: No. 1 Brendon Wiseley (29-11, 43-19)
106: No. 5 Christian Forbes (25-9)
120: No. 2 Riley Weir (17-6, 108-33)
120: Dylan Luker (6-9)
126: No. 8 Seth Jones (14-11, 36-25)
132: No. 13 Blake Jones (19-10)
138: Caleb Phillips (5-18, 7-25)
145: Preston Medlin (12-18)
152: No. 1 Scott Patton (23-1, 58-23)
160: No. 6 Chris Kirby (27-10, 49-20)
160: Braden Dahl (9-12, 10-15)
182: No. 10 Riley Magee (15-14, 20-19)
195: No. 3 Kaden Glass (25-8)
195: No. 16 Brooks Dudley (8-5)
220: No. 6 Josh Fincannon (23-16, 37-23)

Edmond North
106: No. 8 Garrett McBride
113: Owen Taylor
120: No. 4 Nate Becker
126: No. 15 Ayden Little
132: No. 7 Carson Trindle
132: Tristan Weddle
138: No. 5 Josh Parks
138: Cade Ballard
145: No. 13 Jaxon Randall
152: No. 9 Jayden Villalobos
160: No. 8 Charles Floyd
170: No. 5 Kruz Simons
170: No. 9 Braden Bowman
182: No. 4 Trey Bowman
195: No. 6 Blake Minnick
195: No. 10 Christian Cantu
220: No. 2 Jake McCoy
220: Kody Carroll
285: Jordan Iwuchukwu