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Sander, Brickey win titles at Oklahoma City Open

POSTED November 6, 2017 9:20 p.m.

OKLAHOMA CITY – A pair of champions is a pretty good way to start off the 2017-18 wrestling campaign for the Barton Cougars.
Barton traveled south to the Oklahoma City Open and came home with two champions to go along with a runner-up finish, one third place effort and one fourth place spot.
Sophomores Kade Sander and Brix Brickey wrestled their way to a title at the event. Sander won the 157-pound division while Brickey won at 285.
Sander won all four of matches on the mat by fall or technical fall. The Great Bend sophomore received a bye in the opening round the won by technical fall in the second round and fall in the quarterfinals. In the semifinals, Sander pinned Tracy Reeder, wrestling unattached, in 1:25 to move into the finals.
In the championship match at 157, Sander won by technical fall over Fort Hays State’s Anthony Scantlin in a dominating 18-1 fashion.
Brickey had to win five matches to take the title at 285, three of which he won by fall. Brickey has no trouble in the first two rounds, wrestling a combined 39 seconds to get two pins and move into the quarterfinals.
Brickey, a sophomore from Lindsborg, had to work to make it to the semifinals, getting past unattached wrestler Cornelius Putnam by an 8-6 count. In the semifinals, it was pin number three for Brickey, winning in 1:18 over Northeast Oklahoma’s Brian Andrews.
Brickey won the championship match 2-0 over Newman’s Thor Balavage.
Making the final but coming up just second was Kelton Suchy of Russell. Suchy won two matches by technical fall in the 165-pound division, including a semifinal match over Colin Brennan of NEO. Wyatt Jordan, also from NEO, beat Suchy in the title match by a technical fall.
Gage McBride took third in that same 165 division, also losing to Jordan. Jordan beat McBride in the quarterfinals – the only loss of the day for the freshman. McBride was not challenged through the consolation bracket, winning every match by technical fall or major decision on his way to third place.
The fourth place finish came at 174 by sophomore David Kelly. Kelly lost in the semifinals. He then went 1-1 in the consolation bracket for the fourth place finish.
Barton will be back on the mat this weekend with a short trip to Lindsborg for the Bethany Swede Open. That meet will take place Saturday.

Oklahoma City Open
Barton Results
125 – Andres Duron (4-2)
Round 1 – Duron won by tech fall over Justin Gundiach (Unattached), 20-3
Round 2 – Duron won by tech fall over Matt Connelly (Lyon), 16-0
Quarters – Boo Dryden (NEO) won by fall over Duron, 0:30
Cons. Round 4 – Duron def Lantz Woodburn (NEO), 6-2
Cons. Round 5 – Duron won by fall over Cannon Randle (Unattached), 0:35
Cons. Semis – Paul Mascarenas (NEO) won by tech fall over Duron, 20-2

125 – Hagen Kent (0-2)
Round 1 – Garrett Rowe (Cowley) won by fall over Kent, 5:25
Cons. Round 1 – Von Gray (Unattached) won by major dec. over Kent, 14-5

133 – Darion Bailey (2-2)
Round 1 – James Cole (Unattached) def Bailey, 4-1
Cons Round 1 – Bailey def Gage Gomez (Barton), 6-4
Cons Round 2 – Bailey def Tyren Castonguay (Cloud), 14-12 (SV 1)
Cons Round 3 – Patrick Vega (NM Highlands) def Bailey, 11-7

133 – Gage Gomez (0-2)
Round 1 – Jack Karstetter (NEO) won by fall over Gomez, 3:47
Cons Round 2 – Darion Bailey (Barton) def Gomez, 6-4

141 – Keaton Sander (3-2)
Round 1 – Sander won by fall over Bo Edens (Cowley), 2:56
Round 2 – Sander def Justice Circle (Cowley), 7-5
Quarters – Sander def Darian Manzanares (NM Highlands), 4-3
Semis – Austin Eldredge (Cloud) won by major decision over Sander, 13-1
Cons semis – Brandon Conrad (Newman) won by major decision over Sander, 13-5

141 – Tyson Brown (0-2)
Round 1 – Braden O’Donnell (Cowley) won by major decision over Brown, 13-0
Cons Round 1 – Colton Williams (North Texas) won by tech fall over Brown, 21-4

149 – Emanuel Peralta (0-2)
Round 1 – Marqual Graham (NEO) won by fall over Peralta, 2:29
Cons Round 2 – Mario Rodriguez (Newman) def Peralta, 15-14

157 – Christian Rivas (1-2)
Round 1 – Rivas receive a bye
Round 2 – Rivas def Sean Butler (Ouachita Baptist), 4-2
Round 3 – Justin Peterson (NEO) def Rivas, 6-3
Cons Round 4 – Conrad Vajnar (Fort Hays) def Rivas, 6-4 (SV 1)

157 – Kade Sander, 1st place, (4-0)
Round 1 – Sander won by fall over Tyriere Mickens (Bacone), 2:30
Quarters – Sander won by tech fall over Zeke Rubio (NEO), 17-2
Semis – Sander won by fall over Tracy Reeder (unattached), 1:25
Finals – Sander won by tech fall over Anthony Scantlin (Fort Hays), 18-1

165 – Kelton Suchy, 2nd place, (3-1)
Round 1 – Suchy won by tech fall over Colton Stalsby (Wayland Baptist), 18-0
Quarters – Suchy def Blake Johnson (Cowley), 9-2
Semis – Suchy won by tech fall over Colin Brennan, 20-3
Finals – Wyatt Jordan (NEO) won by tech fall over Suchy, 16-1

165 – Gage McBride, 3rd place, (5-1)
Round 1 – McBride won by fall over Eli Guardiola (Ozarks), 1:33
Quarters – Wyatt Jordan (NEO) won by fall over McBride, 0:39
Cons Round 2 – McBride won by tech fall over Colton Stansby (Wayland Baptist), 19-3
Cons Round 3 – McBride won by tech fall over Colton White (Bacone), 16-1
Cons Semis – McBride won by tech fall over Colin Brennan (NEO), 20-1
3rd Place – McBride won by major decision over Shawn Dent (Cowley), 19-5

174 – Trent Miles (2-2)
Round 1 – Miles won by fall over Jacob Mintzmyer (NEO), 0:57
Quarters – Miles won by fall over Chase Vincent (OKC), 1:22
Semis – Aryus Jones (Fort Hays) won by tech fall over Miles, 18-2
Cons Semis – Jacob Mintzmyer (NEO) won by major decision over Miles, 10-2

174 – David Kelly, 4th place, 3-2
Round 1 – Kelly won by fall over Almog Cohen (Lyon), 0:32
Quarters – Kelly won by fall over Kenneth Yara (NM Highlands), 0:26
Semis – Kalin Winkler (Unattached) won by fall over Kelly, 1:18
Cons semis – Kelly won by major decision over lace Killgore (NM Highlands), 14-4
3rd place – Jacob Mintzmyer (NEO) won by major decision over Kelly, 13-4

184 – Shane Delong (3-2)
Round 1 – Heath Gray (unattached) won by tech fall over Delong, 18-2
Cons Round 1 – Delong won by fall over Walter Ngegwe (Ozarks), 2:03
Cons Round 2 – Delong won by fall over Omar Villegas (Bacone), 3:33
Cons Round 3- Delong def James Johnson (Cowley), 11-5
Cons Round 4 – Alex Kauffman (NEO) won by fall over Delong, 1:14

184 – Victor Monarrez (1-2)
Round 1 – Monarrez won by major decision over Omar Villegas (Bacone), 13-3
Quarters – Andres Villa (OKC) def Monarrez, 4-3
Cons Round 4 – Justin Cates (NEO) won by major decision over Monarrez, 17-4

184 – Nick Bradley (3-2)
Round 1 – Bradley def Mark Holder (Ozarks), 6-0
Round 2 – Bradley def Justin Budd (Bacone), 12-8
Quarters – Bradley def James Johnson (Cowley), 3-1
Semis – Heath Gray (unattached) won by fall over Bradley, 3:23
Cons semis – Nate Panagakis (Newman) def Bradley, 5-4 (SV 1)

197 – Lawson Marshall (1-2)
Round 1 – Marshall def Derrion Miller (Arkansas Baptist), 5-4
Quarters – Jacob Stoneberger (Newman) won by fall over Marshall, 4:50
Cons Round 4 – Jacob Lambert (Bacone) won by major decision over Marshall, 10-0

197 – Ethan Dean (4-2)
Round 1 – Jordan Dieringer (NEO) won by fall over Dean, 6:29
Cons Round 2 – Dean def Austin Weldon (Ouachita Baptist), 5-3 (SV1)
Cons Round 3 – Dean won by fall over Luke Allen (NM Highlands), 5:14
Cons Round 4 – Dean won by major decision over Jacob Lambert (Bacone), 11-0
Cons Semis – Jordan Dieringer (NEO) won by fall over Dean, 1:24

285 – Brix Brickey, 1st place, (5-0)
Round 1 – Brickey won by fall over Marquise Peele (Arkansas Baptist), 0:27
Round 2 – Brickey won by fall over John Bentley (Lyon), 0:12
Quarters – Brickey def Cornelius Putnam (unattached), 8-6
Semis – Brickey won by fall over Brian Andrews (NEO), 1:18
Finals – Brickey def Thor Balavage (Newman), 2-0

285 – Keegan Pride (2-2)
Round 1 – Julian Sanchez (NM Highlands) def Pride, 7-1
Cons Round 2 – Pride won by fall over Marquise Peele (Arkansas Baptist), 3:58
Cons Round 3 – Pride def Antonio Singleton (Bacone), 2-0
Cons Round 4 – Gage Johnson (OKC) def Pride, 2-0

285 – Noah Presson (0-2)
Round 1 – Thor Balavage (Newman) won by fall over Presson, 2:13
Cons Round 2 – Gabriel Baumgartner (Fort Hays) won by fall over Presson, 4:18

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