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Suburban Conference Wrestling All-Conference team released

by Trent Shadid Published: April 3, 2014

Deer Creek’s Cole Pacheco (182 pounds) was named Suburban Conference Wrestler of the Year after capping his senior season with a third-straight state title.

Pacheco’s teammate Tanner Cole (106 pounds) received Newcomer of the Year honors after winning a state title as a freshman.

Piedmont’s Blane Culp (170 pounds) and Chickasha’s Josh Latham (195 pounds) were the two other state champions to make the first team.

Dayton West (113 pounds) was also a first-team selection from Deer Creek, which tied Piedmont for the most first-team honorees. The Wildcats also had Reece Henry (138 pounds) and Fransisco Lopez (145 pounds) named to the first team.

Here’s the first team:

106: Tanner Cole, Deer Creek

113: Dayton West, Deer Creek

120: DJ Hendrickson, Western Heights

126: Alex Nelson, Guthrie

132: Malyque Lytle, Shawnee

138: Reece Henry, Piedmont

145: Fransisco Lopez, Piedmont

152: Matt Daniel, Shawnee

160: Triston Hill, Chickasha

170: Blane Culp, Piedmont

182: Cole Pacheco, Deer Creek

195: Josh Latham, Chickasha

220: Cory Douglas, Guthrie

285: Cory Barnett, Western Heights

Wrestler of the Year: Cole Pacheco, Deer Creek

Newcomer of the Year: Tanner Cole, Deer Creek

by Trent Shadid
Copy Editor
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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