The Oklahoman's All-City Wrestling First Team

by Trent Shadid Published: April 8, 2014
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Andrew Nieman, Stillwater

•Weight: 106 pounds

Class: Sophomore

The story: The state champion went 42-5 this season. Nieman’s late pin in a close state finals match against Edmond North’s Paxton Rosen helped lift the Pioneers to the Class 6A team title. He should be a key part of Stillwater’s push for consecutive titles next year as one of four returning state champions.

Tanner Litterell, Tuttle

Weight: 113 pounds

Class: Freshman

The story: A big part of Tuttle’s impressive crop of young talent, Litterell went 33-8 in his freshman season on his way to winning a state title. Litterell avenged a previous loss to Cushing senior Daniel Hood with a 5-2 decision in the state finals.

Beau Guffey, Tuttle

Weight: 120 pounds

Class: Sophomore

The story: Another young but talented Tuttle product, Guffey went 42-4 on his way to winning a state title as a sophomore and dominated his weight class in Class 4A. Guffey will be one of four returning state finalist in the Tigers’ push for an eighth consecutive team title next year.

Boo Lewallen, Yukon

Weight: 126 pounds

Class: Junior

The story: The two-time state champion in Class 6A won one of the toughest weight classes in the state this season. Lewallen survived consecutive overtime matches at the state tournament before scoring a decision over Broken Arrow’s Davion Jefferies to cap a 34-2 season.

Kaid Brock, Stillwater

Weight: 132 pounds

Class: Junior

The story: One of the leaders of a stacked junior class for Stillwater, Brock became a two-time state champion this season. He picked up two bonus-point wins at the state tournament before earning a 7-3 decision over Putnam City’s Keegan Moore in the finals to finish 41-2 on the season.

Tristan Moran, Stillwater

Weight: 138 pounds

Class: Junior

The story: Moran rarely got the headlines Brock, Smith, and Rogers received, but he was every bit as vital to the Pioneers’ state championship run. He went 42-2 on his way to winning a state title.

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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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