The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

Sports

January 10, 2014

Stillwater pins Plainsmen

STILLWATER, Okla. — No. 2 ranked Stillwater downed Enid 62-10 in a wrestling dual Friday night in Stillwater.  

“(Stillwater) has earned it. They’ve got guys that wrestle year-round,” said Enid coach Corey Clayton. “To be successful at this sport in Oklahoma on a 6A level, it’s a full-time commitment.”

Stillwater had seven pins on the night and a technical fall.

SHS’ Andrew Nieman defeated Enid’s Keanu Quinn by pin in the first period with 0:23 remaining.

Stillwater’s Tyler Dieringer won the 113-pound weight class by forfeit.

Pioneer Jacob Fontanez pinned Austin Loza in 0:30.

Stillwater’s Kaid Brock also earned a pin on Troy Gray in 1:16 to claim the 132-pound weight class.

Tristan Moran, Stillwater, and Enid’s Billy Grothe went almost a full three periods. Moran won by technical fall 16-1.

“Billy Grothe is a good wrestler. And that gave Tristan a good match,” said Stillwater coach Doug Chesbro.

Stillwater’s Chase Lane beat Anthony Gonzalez 9-2.

At 152 pounds, Joe Smith beat John Choi by fall in with 0:12 left in the first frame.

Enid’s Keegan Clayton defeated Pete Pickens by decision 3-1.

The 170-pound weight class saw Chandler Rogers pin Plainsman Isaac Barron with a nifty move.

Jordan Dieringer, Stillwater, pinned Andy Reyes with 0:59 to go in the first period.

Enid’s Caleb Harris beat CJ Citizen with a 13-5 major decision.

Plainsmen Zac Overbeck won the 220-pound class over Cyntrell Carden in a tight matchup, 3-2.

Stillwater heavyweight James Brower pinned Mason Dillard in 0:59.

Enid has faced some incredibly tough opponents so far this season. The competition has shown the Plainsmen what level the team needs to get to. Enid will go to the Geary Tournament on Friday and Saturday.

“It may inspire a few to go and get after it,” Clayton said.

“These guys have not had much besides this high-caliber competition. I think they’re ready to see what they can do against the cream of the crop.”

 

1
Text Only
Sports
  • Attorney: OU's Mixon acted in self defense

    The attorney for Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon said the incident that left a 20-year-old female OU student with multiple facial fractures was a case of self-defense.

    July 29, 2014

  • OSU no longer faces APR restrictions

    NCAA officials say Oklahoma State’s football program no longer faces restrictions for the upcoming school year because its Academic Progress Rate has been amended.

    July 29, 2014

  • Jeff Mullin mug 2012.jpg Rice's punishment hardly fit the crime

    Two games, just over 12 percent of the 16-game regular season. Two games for hitting a woman hard enough to knock her out cold.
    Rice said Monday he will not appeal his suspension, which could wind up costing him $529,411 in fines and salary. And why wouldn’t he? He must feel like he got off scot-free.

    July 28, 2014 1 Photo

  • SamBradfordpicturejpeg Bradford used to being at 'career crossroads'

    It’s become a rite of training camp for Sam Bradford.
    Every summer, he deals with the oversized burden of living up to getting picked first overall in 2010. The St. Louis Rams quarterback is not surprised that once again, he’s supposedly at a career crossroads.

    July 28, 2014 1 Photo

  • TU wins C-USA academic honor

    The University of Tulsa earned the 2013-14 Conference USA Institutional Excellence award by posting the highest grade point average during the 2013-14 academic year for all student athletes in conference-sponsored athletes, the school announced on Monday.

    July 28, 2014

  • Hixon added to West All-State football team

    July 28, 2014

  • All-State Herndon's last act as EHS tennis coach

    July 28, 2014

  • Area swimmers help West sweep All-State dual

    Enid’s Sara Nazari, Hunter McEachern and Gabe Sanchez and Kingfisher’s Savanah Storey helped the West sweep the East at the All-State swim meet at Jenks High School Monday.

    July 28, 2014

  • Radio-TV for 7-29-14

    July 28, 2014

  • Judge OKs sale of Clippers

    A judge ruled against Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling on Monday in his attempt to block the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer.

    July 28, 2014

Click here for NASCAR headlines
Sports Photos


Enid News & Eagle sports photos from the month of February 2014. Enjoy all the ENE photos with full access at http://enidnews.smugmug.com.