Going into the final match of the night, Tulsa Union freshman Chance Wenglewski's mission was not to give up any bonus points to Broken Arrow's Steven Allen.
Allen got out to a big lead and looked like bonus points were possible but Wenglewski kept it tight, dropping a close one in the match but lifting Union to a 31-30 win to take the 6A Dual State title.
“It would've been nice to win, obviously, but in the end it's better to have the title,” Wenglewski said. “It was a wonderful experience. That last match, I just wanted to stay calm, breathe and just do what I always do in the wrestling room.
“It's a great experience to have for a freshman, 14 years old.”
Union trailed going into the final three matches before Blace Walser picked up a major decision on Mitch Owens, 11-3, and Kyle Crutchmer beat Seth Calvert 11-9 to put the Redskins up by four points entering Wenglewski's match against Allen at 220.
The title is Union's second. The Redskins also won Dual State in 2007.
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