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10/29/15 Oklahoma City Intrasquad Results

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10/29/15 Oklahoma City Intrasquad Results

Postby Allen Brown » Fri Oct 30, 2015 3:17 pm

OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma City University's Blue team tallied two technical falls and five decisions to beat the black team 25-13 in the Black-Blue Ranking Matches Thursday at Abe Lemons Arena.
The Oklahoma City University men's wrestling team begins the season ranked second in the NAIA, the highest ranking ever in school history.
"We are a really well balanced team," OCU coach Archie Randall said. "The thing that impressed me the most is that the kids wrestle and battle each other pretty hard. I expected the older kids to really dominate more but our recruiting class is such a good class that they are battling in there. Which is great for the future and great for the older kids. The college men's season is so long, so brutal that you always have to put a freshman in or a sophomore in because there are so many injuries."
Alvie Killingsworth, a senior from Vian, Okla., beat Thomas Miller, a freshman from Oklahoma City, in a technical fall in 4:00 at 125 pounds to give Blue an early 5-0 lead. Killingsworth had three four-point near falls and three takedowns.
Team Black's Matt Landgraff, a freshman from Weeki Wachee, Fla., won in a technical fall over Michael Stamp, a senior from Norman, Okla., in 3:55 at 133 pounds to notch the score at 5-5. Landgraff scored a four-point near fall, three two-point near falls, a takedown and an escape.
Team Blue won back-to-back 5-2 decisions to go up 11-5. Parker Bohannon, a sophomore from Yukon, Okla., edged James Landoll, at 141 pounds, while Eric Ambriz, a junior from Lake Elsinore, Calif., nipped Brok Williams, a sophomore from Lawton, Okla., at 149 pounds.
Zach Skates ranked No. 1 at 157 pounds in NAIA forced a technical fall of Lino Gomez, a junior from El Paseo, Texas, 17-0 in 4:04 to extend Blue's lead to 16-5. Skates, a senior from Broken Arrow, Okla., managed three four-point near falls, two takedowns and an escape.
Defending national champion Ricky McCarty, a junior from Lawton, Okla., won a technical fall over Tanner Borror, a freshman from Coweta, Okla., 16-1 in 3:52 at 165 pounds to bring Team Black within six points at 16-10. Top ranked McCarty scored three four-point near falls and two takedowns.
Aaron Guery, a sophomore from Lancaster, Texas, won a close 6-4 decision over Jamie Shawver, a senior from Del City, Okla, at 174 pounds to extend Blue's lead to 19-10.
Top ranked Derek Sivertsen at 184 pounds won a 6-0 decision over Evan Hudson, a freshman from Oklahoma City, to make the score 22-10 in favor of Team Blue.
Team Blue's Cody Sivertsen, a senior from Moore, Okla., edged Miguel Tovar, a junior from El Paseo, Texas, 4-3. Bryson McGowan, a freshman from Hulbert, Okla., beat Korey Walker, a freshman from Midwest City, Okla., on a 9-2 decision to give the last match to Team Black.
"They are a very, very talented team," said Randall. "And very young so I'm pretty excited about it."
The Stars host the Oklahoma City Open at 9 a.m. Sunday at Abe Lemons Arena.


125: Alvie Killingsworth, Blue, tech. fall Thomas Miller, 18-1 (4:00)
133: Matt Landgraff, Black, tech. fall Michael Stamp, 15-0 (3:55)
141: Parker Bohannon, Blue, dec. James Landoll, 5-2
149: Eric Ambriz, Blue, dec. Brok Williams, 5-2
157: Zach Skates, Blue, tech. fall Lino Gomez, 17-0 (4:04)
165: Ricky McCarty, Black, tech. fall Tanner Borror, 16-1 (3:52)
174: Aaron Guery, Blue, dec. Jamie Shawver, 6-4
184: Derek Sivertsen, Blue, dec. Evan Hudson, 6-0
197: Cody Sivertsen, Blue, dec. Miguel Tovar, 4-3
285: Bryson McGowan, Black, dec. Korey Walker, 9-2
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