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3 Collinsville Wrestlers In
Feb. 25, 2006 (Page 1)
State H.S. Wrestling Finals
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Clint Swango Gets Pin for
3rd State Championship

Kennemer & Harker Are OSSAA
State Runner-Ups
The referee has just called the fall with Clint Swango (in white) pinning his Anadarko opponent (Tatre Orange) in the first period to claim the 145 lb Class 3A State Championship.
Collinsville Coach Mike Henry stands with the top four 3A 145 lb State finishers: 1st- Clint Swango (Collinsville holding the bracket), 2nd- Tatre Orange (Anadarko), 3rd- Luke Barlow (Wagoner), and 4th- Tanner Keck (Marlow).
Collinsville's Jared Kennemer (in white with red trim) gave Rory Kendall of Vinita a few moments of concern but was unable to score and had to settle for the second place 3A State finish at 103 lbs.
3A 103 lbs: (L-R) 2nd- Jared Kennemer (Collinsville), 1st- Rory Kendall (Vinita), 3rd- Cody Aldridge (Fort Gibson), and 4th- John Cowan (Locus Grove).
3A 125 lbs: (L-R) 2nd- Jerry Harker (Collinsville), 1st- Dakota Shadowen (Cushing), 3rd- Billy Carter (Vinita), and Mykel Moreno (Marlow).
Collinsville's Jerry Harker (in white) came up short in a 7-9 loss to Cushing's Dakota Shadowen at 125 lbs in the 3A finals at the Fair Grounds Arena in Oklahoma City Saturday.