No. 9 Broncos qualify for 6A Dual State Tournament with three dominant district wins

Winter Sports, Wrestling

Trey Hunter

January 27, 2023
The No. 9 Mustang Broncos qualified for the 2023 Class 6A Dual State Tournament with three district wins last week over Edmond Memorial, Northwest Classen, and Norman North. Dual State is scheduled for Feb. 10-11 in Enid. (Photo provided)

The No. 9 Mustang Broncos will be competing in Part 1 of the OSSAA postseason after sweeping the 2023 District Duals last week at Edmond Memorial.

Coach Will Delk’s squad punched its ticket to the 2023 Dual State Tournament with wins over the host Bulldogs, No. 14 Norman North, and Northwest Classen. The Broncos return to Dual State after missing out last season.


Mustang picked up nine match wins, including three falls and two forfeits for six points apiece in a 22-point victory over the Timberwolves.

Jacen Jackson (165), Zach Warren (175), and Sam Pritz (215) each won by fall while the team picked up forfeit wins at 106 and 190 pounds.

Javin Douglas picked up a tech fall win over North’s Jackson Mejia at 120 pounds, scoring five points while Jayden Gracy (126), Flynn Brandrup (132), and Daegan Reyes (150) each earned three points in the victory.

The Broncos lost matches at 113, 138, 144, 157, and 285 pounds.


Mustang rolled past the Knights, losing just one match on route to a 69-point victory.

The Broncos picked up six points by fall in six matches, including falls by Douglass, Reyes, Jackson, Daniel Rios, Blake Davis, and Jayden Cuevas. They won by forfeit in six matches as well while Pryce Burgess picked up a three-point win at 190 pounds.


The Broncos lost just three matches to the host bulldogs on route to another dominant victory.

Mustang scored six points nine times, including six falls and three forfeits. The team also collected a tech fall and a decision in the win.

Trent Sprague (106), Hank Bullard (113), and Douglas (120) got the Broncos started with three straight falls before a loss by decision at 126 pounds and a win by forfeit at 132. Davis cruised to a five-point tech fall at 138 before two falls by Quinten Sizemore (144) and Reyes (150) to all but lock up the dual.

Mustang won by forfeit at 165 pounds after a three-point loss at 157. Warren followed with a win by fall at 175 before a three-point win by Pritz at 215. The Broncos closed out the victory with a win by forfeit at 285.

The 2023 Dual State Tournament will be held at the Stride Bank Center in Enid on Feb. 10-11. The Class 6A quarterfinals will begin at 12 p.m. on Feb. 10 followed by the semifinals and finals on Feb. 11.

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