Boo Lewallen of Yukon wasn't the only state wrestler to have success last weekend at the National High School Coaches Association's National Championships in Virginia Beach, Va.
Deer Creek's Nolan Boyd won one of five other Oklahoma wrestlers to place, finishing second at 182 pounds in the senior division.
Boyd fell 5-4 in overtime to New York's Anthony Lock in the championship match. Boyd finished the tournament 5-1.
Tulsa Union's Kyle Crutchmer finished fifth, also at 182, in the senior division.
Southmoore had a pair of placers.
State champion Nathan Marek finished third at 160 in the sophomore division, beating New York's Tyler Silverthorn 6-2. Marek was 5-1 in the tournament.
Zac Damico finished fifth at 113 in the junior division, beating Florida's Alex Uhre 4-3.
Comanche's Garrison McCauley finished sixth at 170 in the senior division.
Lewallen won the national freshman title at 113 on Friday.
JAGS' BREWSTER THROWS NO-HITTER
Westmoore senior Mike Brewster threw a no-hitter Monday, beating Lawton 1-0 in eight innings. The right-hander was one walk away from a perfect game. Brewster struck out nine. Hunter Sutherland drove in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth inning for the Jaguars.
FORMER SOONER FREEMAN TAKES OVER AT PRYOR
Last season, former Oklahoma Sooner football player Jason Freeman helped orchestrate one of the most high-powered offenses in the metro area as the co-offensive coordinator at Jones.
After a season of a wide-open passing game with quarterback Michael Lowe, Freeman plans a more balanced approach in his next venture, as the head coach at Pryor.