Theriot, Hanes, Horne lead No. 13 Broncos to 16th place at Super Girls 64 in Tulsa

Winter Sports, Wrestling

Trey Hunter

January 6, 2024
Kady Theriot (So.) stands on the podium after finishing in third place of the gold bracket at the 2024 Super Girl 64 on Jan. 5-6 at Tulsa Union. (Photo provided)

The Mustang Broncos finished 16th out of 46 teams in the 2024 Super Girl 64 Tournament at Union High School on Jan. 5-6.

Kady Theriot (So.), Molly Hanes (Jr.), and Georgia Horne (Fr.) led the way as the team’s three placers in Tulsa. Theriot took home a third-place medal in the Gold Bracket at 110 pounds while Hanes nabbed a silver in the Silver Bracket at 120. Horne finished fourth in the Silver Bracket at 145 pounds.

Theriot went 3-0 in her round robin matches before falling to Jadyn Roller of Bixby in the Round of 16. She bounced back with three straight wins to reach the consolation semifinals where she defeated Gracie Webb of Searcy High School (Ark.) by a 13-2 major decision.

Theriot followed her MD win with an 11-9 victory over Henrietta’s Dalilah Coyle for third place.

Hanes went 1-2 in her round robin matches, setting her up for the Silver Bracket at 120.

She defeated Olivia Frazier of Durant in the Round of 16 and Bixby’s Saniya Ramming in the quarterfinals. She followed with a win by fall (5:31) over Union’s Ma’Kadrian Titus to reach the championship match.

Hanes fell to Coppell’s Elizabeth Cummings at the :39 mark in the championship match, but still walked away with Mustang’s lone silver medal.

Horne also went 1-2 in her round robin matches but turned two straight wins into an appearance in the semifinals.

Cheyenne Reyman (Sr.) wrestles during a dual earlier this season vs Putnam City West at the Mustang Event Center. Reyman reached the quarterfinals of the 2024 Super Girl 64 at Union High School Jan. 5-6 in Tulsa. (Photo by Shelly Holinsworth / Freelance Action Photography)

She defeated Serena Valentine of HarBer High School (Ark.) in the third round-robin round before knocking off Stillwater’s Zolie Kurena 8-3 in the quarterfinals.

Following a loss in the semifinals, Horne returned for a win over Searcy’s Gracie Bailey in the consolation semifinals before falling to Pawhuska’s Sydney Sapulpa in the third-place match.

Rebekah Vadakekut (Jr.), Cheyenne Reyman (Sr.), Carolina Villa (So.), and Kaley Gallion all reached the quarterfinals.

Vadakekut went 2-2 before falling to Catoosa’s Lydia Ellis in the quarterfinals at 100 pounds. She lost her first consolation match to Union’s A’miera Hill.

Reyman went 3-1, including a win over Oologah’s Macy Gorczynski in the Round of 16, to reach the quarterfinals at 140 pounds.

She fell to Sand Springs’ Kelsi Hilton in the quarters before falling to Kylie Freeman of Tonkawa in her first consolation match.

Villa fell to Pawhuska’s Syndey Sapulpa in the quarterfinals at 145 pounds before bouncing back with a win over Sand Springs’ Kayla Arnold in her first consolation match. She was eliminated by Bailey from Searcy in the following round.

Gallion reached the quarterfinals even after three losses in the round robin matches. She fell to Stillwell’s Chloe Loudermilk in the quarters before being eliminated by Searcy’s Harleyann Allen in her first consolation match.

Desten Pierce (Fr.) added two wins for the Broncos at 115 pounds while Navaeh Kent (Sr.) tallied three.

Rayann Gragg (Jr.) picked up one win at 155 pounds as well as Mahaylie Parada (Fr.) at 170.

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