Members of the Charles Page High School wrestling team competed at the Joe Zamora/Skyler Holman Open in Broken Arrow this past weekend. The Sandites sent four to the finals and crowned three champions in the pre-season folkstyle tournament.
Junior Brendan Wiseley won the 113-pound bracket with a pin of John Goodyear in 3:58, an 8-4 decision over Teyton Burns, a 12-0 major decision against Tyler Fullen, and a 2-0 decision over Broken Arrow’s Bryce Cockrell.
Senior Scott Patton won the 152-pound bracket, pinning Dustin Macy in 0:49 and Garrett Hill in 1:09. He majored Simon Young 16-5 and edged out Durant State Qualifier Connor Hall 6-4 in the finals.
Junior Chris Kirby took first prize at 160 pounds, pinning Jakoby Banks in 1:03, Brett Thompson in 2:41, and Dylan Wilson in 0:59.
Senior Dayvon Taylor placed third at 182. He lost his opening match 3-0 to Cushing State Runner-Up Gage Hockett, but pinned Adam Klein in 2:16 and Durant State Qualifier Fulton Gorges in 2:33. He also scored a 15-0 technical fall against Kayden Brady.
Freshman Christian Forbes failed to place at 106 but finished with a winning 3-2 record, including a 20-4 tech fall against Harley Newberry, a 5-3 decision over Suan Sang, and a 15-1 major decision against Joshua Pasillas. He was pinned by State Champion Eli Griffin of Cascia Hall and eliminated 5-0 by Cushing State Qualifier Luke Ahrberg.
Cameron White placed third at 106 pounds. He pinned Justin Aldridge in 0:17 and scored major decisions of 12-3 and 8-0 against Colton Luker and Andrew Lollis. His only loss was 2-1 to Cushing’s Kaiser Simson.
Nichlas Huelsenbeck finished fourth at 126 pounds He lost his opening match to Broken Arrow’s Elijah Hynes but won out with a 15-3 tech fall over Madux Palmer, an 18-3 tech fall against Caden Erskine, a 5-0 decision over Josh Rexwinkle, and a pin of Noah Perry in 1:53 before forfeiting the consolation rematch with Hynes.
Blake Jones came in runner-up at 132 pounds, pinning Kevin Lund in 0:49 and Sawyer Richardson in 2:00 before falling 13-8 to Sallisaw’s Kiowa Coffman.