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Ted Wright -- last update 2/12/2005 (WrestleDualStateBrist2.html)
Copyright 2005 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Bristow in Union's UMAC
Cards Stay Alive in Dual State
11, 2005 (Page
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1pm Saturday at UMAC
Got Past Bristow Friday
T. Coggins couldn't quite get the pin but got the next best thing with 5 team
points for a 15-1 win at 119 pounds against Bristow in the 7th bout bringing
Collinsville closer at 11-24.
gave up points again at 125 pounds with Ryan Morgans as Bristow's 4th and final
pin victim. The team score after this weight (half the bouts) was 11-30.
Walker is just moments from pinning his 130 pound Bristow opponent to bring
the team score to 17-30. Another wrestler on the adjacent mat is in trouble
Daniel Walker (white head gear) works to turn his Bristow opponent Friday Feb.
11th at Dual State.
Henry's Bristow opponent (at 135 pounds) bested him 12-2 to earn what later
proved to be Bristow's final team points leaving Collinsville trailing 17-34
after 10 bouts.
I'll add photos later for the final 4 bouts (Swango, Rule, Hilligos &
Scruggs) ... as it is already 3:30 am Saturday. So much for that New Years
Resolution of stopping at midnight and finishing the next day.
... check back later Saturday -- Ted
|It's later Saturday
now... and my camera is full again with baseball fun and 7-8th Grade basketbal
conference champs ... so I'll finish Friday's wrestling and then add those
pages in order. I had to skip Saturday wrestling and CHS Basketball at
Sequoyah. -- Ted
Swango and his 140 pound opponent scattered the Bristow cheerleaders at
the edge of the mat with about a yard of padding beyond the circle. The
edge closest to Collinsville's bench had only about a foot beyond the
circle and more than one wrestler ended up on the hard floor.