Litterell's losses this season were against Owasso (No. 1 Class 6A), Berryhill (No. 1 in 4A) and Weatherford (No. 4 in 4A). Litterell also notched wins against 6A state tournament teams Norman North and Tulsa Kelley (6A).
“That really helped me quite a bit because when you go against great teams you have to learn to keep the ball down,” Litterell said. “Today, I was a little nervous at the beginning but it all came together.”
The No. 5 ranked Tigers (28-7) will play Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Edmond Memorial against the winner of Thursday's late game between No. 1 ranked Berryhill and Dewey.
“Tuttle wins in football, wrestling, softball, whatever,” Owen said. “When you're at Tuttle you win. Period. The community, administration, everyone supports you. I love it.”