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Collinsville 31 -vs- Catoosa 36
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& King Daniel Walker
Casares has his Catoosa opponent on the way to the mat here but was unable to
win his bout at 171 pounds. The High School Cardinals lost 31-36 and the Collinsville
Junior High Wrestlers lost 30-39 to Catoosa.
Walker picked up the first team points for Collinsville by besting his 130 pound
Catoosa opponent by 14-4.
CHS Wrestling Royalty
(L-R) Front Row:
Ali Schultheiss, Heather Hampton, Queen Allyson Smith, Sawyer Sallisbury (flower
girl), Hillary Brown and Mollie Colpitt. Back Row: Devin Peugh, Joe
Sanders, Jordan Scruggs, King Daniel Walker, Hayden West (crown bearer), Jerry
Harker and Zac Casares.
Smith and Daniel Walker with Sawyer Salisbury and Hayden West during Wrestling
Homecoming Tuesday Jan. 25th at CHS.
T. Coggins gets up ended here in the 119 pound bout -vs- Catoosa.
Swango pinned his 140 pound Catoosa opponent.
Peugh was slammed to the mat from this position in the 125 pound bout.
Rule got an escape point here but not enough for the win at 145 pounds.
Rabbit needed only a short time to pin his Catoosa opponent at 189 pounds.