High school wrestling: Putnam City's Keegan Moore, Stillwater's Chandler Rogers among wrestlers to watch

A look at some Oklahoma high school wrestlers to watch for the 2013-14 season.
by Trent Shadid Published: December 9, 2013
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Wrestlers to watch

Daton Fix, Sand Springs, freshman, 113 pounds: Freestyle national champion starts his high school career ranked No. 4 nationally.

Gary Wayne Harding, Collinsville, senior, 132 pounds: Three-time state champion and Oklahoma State signee went 45-3 last season.

Kaid Brock, Stillwater, junior, 132 pounds: Compiled a 37-0 record on his way to a state title last season.

Keegan Moore, Putnam City, junior, 132 pounds: State champion last year and has a career record of 72-3.

Joe Smith, Stillwater, junior, 152 pounds: Son of OSU coach John Smith is No. 4 nationally at 145 pounds, but will start the season at 152.

Chandler Rogers, Stillwater, senior, 170 pounds: OSU signee, ranked No. 3 nationally, moved to Stillwater from Spokane, Wash. where he was a three-time state champion.

Dixon triplets, Edmond North, seniors: The three OU signees — Lance (170 pounds), Joel (182 pounds), and Andrew (220) pounds — all won state championships last year while going a combined 126-1.

Nathan Marek, Southmoore, senior, 182 pounds: State champion as a sophomore has signed with OU and is ranked No. 11 nationally.

Derek White, Edmond North, senior, 195 pounds: The Nebraska signee won a state title last season and is ranked No. 4 nationally.

Jadon Davenport, Sallisaw, senior, 195 pounds: Ranked No. 8 nationally, the two-time state champion leads the way for one of 4A's top teams.

Braden Ruth, Davis, senior, 285 pounds: A star on the mat and football field, he enters the season ranked No. 8 nationally.

Note: Individually rankings are by weight class from InterMat Wrestling.


by Trent Shadid
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Trent Shadid is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. He was born and raised in Weatherford, Okla., and attended Weatherford High School. Before joining The Oklahoman, he spent two seasons as an assistant wrestling coach at Weatherford High...
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