No. 13 Mustang girls cruise past Piedmont for Senior Night victory; No. 9 Bronco boys nab three wins in 49-21 loss

Winter Sports, Wrestling

Trey Hunter

January 2, 2024
Seniors Cooper Robinson, Navaeh Kent, Cheyenne Reyman, Chloe Reyes, Javin Douglas, and Sam Pritz pose for a photo after being honored on Senior Night at the Mustang Event Center. Not pictured is Matt Hiller. (Photo by Ron Lane / Lane Images)

The No. 13 Mustang Bronco girls celebrated senior night with a dominant win over Piedmont under the spotlight at the Mustang Event Center.

With the MHS drum line in attendance, Georgia Horne (Fr.) nabbed a win and helped lead the Broncos to a 60-13 victory over the Wildcats, who forfeited in eight weight classes.

Horne defeated Meghan Bregor by fall (1:09) at 145 pounds, leading to a 42-7 advantage after three matches and five forfeits.

Averee Hooper (So.) opened the dual, losing a 7-3 decision to Carissa Martin at 105 pounds. Molly Hanes (Jr.) followed with a major decision loss to Lindsey Brown at 120. Rayann Gragg (Jr.) closed out the dual, losing by fall (:38) at 155.

Piedmont forfeited at 110, 115, 125, 135, 140, 170, 190, and 235.

The Broncos improved to 2-0 after the victory.


The No. 9 Mustang boys won three matches and received a forfeit in a 49-21 loss to the Wildcats.

Trusten Douglas (Fr.), Van Smith (Fr.), and Javin Douglas (Sr.) tallied Mustang’s victories. The Wildcats, opting to avoid Daegan Reyes (Jr.), forfeited at 157 pounds.

Trusten Doulgas opened the dual with a 9-0 major decision win over Blake Thomas at 106 pounds. Smith followed with a dominant, 16-1 tech fall over Brady Heizel at 113.

Trusten Douglas (Fr.) wrestles during a match earlier this season vs Putnam City West at the Mustang Event Center. Douglas defeated Piedmont’s Blake Thomas by a 9-0 major decision during the team’s dual against the Wildcats on Jan. 2. (Photo by Shelly Holinsworth / Freelance Action Photography)

Javin Douglas pinned Stetson Tucker at the 4:50 mark in his match at 126 pounds. The win extended Mustang’s lead to 15-6, however, the Broncos would lose nine out the last 10 matches.

Jace Reed (Fr.) lost to Cash Donnell, who returns as the defending 120-pound state champion. Cooper Robinson (Sr.) fell to returning state qualifier Jayden Fuston at 150 while Max Baca (Fr.), Sam Prtiz (Sr.), and Blake Davis (Jr.) also lost to returning state qualifiers Jackson Blackburn (190), Brogan Hardy (215), and Jesse Knap (285).

Mustang returns to the mat on Thursday night, heading to Westmoore for a matchup with the eighth-ranked Jaguars. The girls are scheduled to start at 6 p.m. followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m.

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