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OCA announces selections for All-State wrestling teams

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The Oklahoma Coaches Association announced its selections for the All-State wrestling teams on Tuesday. 

The dual will be held at 7 p.m. July 24 at Sand Springs High School. Durant's Jim Taylor will coach the Large East team against Duncan's Bobby Cook-coached Large West squad. Craig Pruitt of Anadarko is coaching the Small West team against Wagoner's Micco Charboneau, which is leading the Small East team.

Here are the rosters:

Large West: Dominic Derr, Westmoore (113); Jayston Cato, Carl Albert (120); Mitchell Lance, Piedmont (126); Colt Newton, Choctaw (132); Cameron Picklo, Mustang (138); Kobi Gomez, Altus (145); Kyle Knowles, Edmond Memorial (152); Hunter Jump, Duncan (160); Zane Coleman, Choctaw (170); Christian Maldonado, Lawton MacArthur (182); Carson Savage, Deer Creek (195); Jake McCoy, Edmond North (220), Josh Heindselman, Piedmont (285).

Large East: David Boucher, Bartlesville (113); Laif Jones, Bartlesville (120); Ty Nohelty, McAlester (126); Reece Witcraft, Broken Arrow (132); Spencer Schickram, Ponca City (138); Gage Hight, Glenpool (145); Ja'len Hernandez, Tulsa Union (152); Scott Patton, Sand Springs (160); Isaac Strain, Tahlequah (170); Talon Borror, Coweta (182); Elijah Tomlin, Tulsa Union (195); Korbin McLaughlin, Skiatook (220); Caleb Orr, Jenks (285).

Small West: Remington White, Walters (113); Jaxon Miller, Comanche (120); Logan Farrell, Tuttle (126); Kolton Smith, Bridge Creek (132); Kobey Kizarr, Marlow (138); Val Park, Heritage Hall (145); Alec McDoulett, Little Axe (152); Tyler Lavey, Marlow (160); Ethon Hamrick, Comanche (170); Denver Dahlenburg, Hinton (182); Carson Berryhill, Tuttle (195); Cameron Gregg, Pauls Valley (220); Ruben Gutierrez, Clinton (285).

Small East: Kaleb Harris, Sallisaw (113); Luke Montgomery, Bristow (120); Thaddeus Long, Tulsa McLain (126); Wesley Scott, Pawnee (132); Price Perrier, Pawhuska (138); Trystian Shireman, Wagoner (145); Hadyn Redus, Perry (152); Jacob Ahrberg, Cushing (160); Cade Shropshire, Checotah (170); River Simon, Vian (182); Eriq Simpson, Cushing (195), Drake Barbee, Blackwell (220); Teaguen Wilson, Perry (285).


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Choctaw's Zane Coleman celebrates his win over Broken Arrow's Bryce Mattioda in the 170-pound class during the Oklahoma high school state championships at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City,  Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

Choctaw's Zane Coleman celebrates his win over Broken Arrow's Bryce Mattioda in the 170-pound class during the Oklahoma high school state championships at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internships with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in... Read more ›

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