OSU Wrestlers Head For The Hills

Jan. 11, 2005

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 14Oregon State at Northern Colorado;Greeley, Colo.; 12 noon PSTOregon State at Wyoming;Laramie, Wyo.; 6 p.m. PST

Oregon State takes the age-old advice of 'head for the hills' literally this week. The Beavers (5-3 overall, 3-0 Pacific-10) will spend a busy Friday in the Rocky Mountains, wrestling at Northern Colorado (1-3) in the afternoon and at Wyoming (2-4) in the evening.

The two non-conference dual meets will be a chance for OSU to build on its best performance so far this season, a 30-12 win over Cal Poly last Sunday at Gill Coliseum.

'We got on a roll and the guys went out and scored some points and put some people on their back and got everybody excited, then it was off to the races,' OSU head coach Joe Wells said of the win over the Mustangs. 'In terms of scoring points and being aggressive and recognizing that we were able to do that, I really think it was our best meet of the year.'

That victory capped a 3-1 week for OSU. Not coincidentally, the week was as close as the Beavers have been to sending out their first-string lineup as 165-pounder Matt Ellis and 174-pounder Jeremy Larson returned to action.

Larson went 3-0 on the week to improve his season record to 6-1. Ellis, wrestling for the first time this season, went 2-0 and one of his wins was a victory over CPU's Brody Barrios, ranked No. 19 nationally by Amateur Wrestling News.

Ellis' return to the mat also marked his return to the national rankings, as he is rated No. 14 by AWN and No. 15 by InterMat this week. The defending Pac-10 champ had been ranked as high as No. 10 this season, but when he hadn't wrestled by the end of 2004 he dropped out of the rankings.

OSU's other wrestler in the national rankings, heavyweight Ty Watterson, is 11-1 with four pins this season after going 3-0 with one pin last week. He moved up one spot to No. 15 in this week's AWN rankings and two spots to No. 11 in this week's IM rankings.

Another Beaver who has been in the national rankings, 184-pounder Dan Pitsch, could be sidelined this weekend after being hurt in last weekend's first dual meet against Southern Oregon. But, after having half its likely starters out of the lineup due to injury at various times this season, the Beavers may finally be able to begin building toward their potential.

'Now we just have to keep going and increase out intensity and get some pins,' Wells said. 'We got some guys on their back several times (against CPU), but we didn't solidify the pin. (125-pounder) Eric Stevenson was the only one that got it done. It's good that we're scoring points, but now we need to get the pin.'

Stevenson was 3-1 with a pair of pins and a technical fall last weekend, moving his record to 8-6 with three pins this season.

Another challenge facing the Beavers on Friday will be to put together that kind of effort and execution they managed last Sunday without having a Gill Coliseum home crowd behind them.

'No question about that, that was a really big help for us - having the Beaver fans at home, and the guys obviously wrestled better,' Wells said. 'It was good for us. We'd been looking forward to turning the corner a little bit.'

Northern Colorado picked up its first dual win of the season last Friday, winning 27-12 at Utah Valley State. There are no Bears in this week's national rankings.

Wyoming had a tough go-round at the Buckeye Duals at Ohio State last Saturday, losing to No. 25 Northern Illinois 25-12, Kent State 36-15 and No.2 Illinois 47-0. There are no Cowboys in this week's national rankings.

'Wyoming beat us last year at home by a point (17-16), so we're real interested in having the opportunity to even that score,' Wells said. 'Northern Colorado is moving up from Division II to Division I and will be eligible for the nationals in 2007, so they're making a big effort and we'll see them improve dramatically over the next couple of years.'

OREGON STATE LINEUP: National rankings are Amateur Wrestling News, InterMat of January 11:

125-Eric Stevenson; so. (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS); 8-6 record with 3 pins133-Bobby Pfennigs, so. (Great Falls, Mont./Russell HS); 6-9 record with 0 pinsNo. 4 Pac-10141-Clint Leonard, fr. (Post Falls, Ida./Lakeland HS); 4-4 record with 1 pin149-Orlando Perez, jr. (Hermiston, Ore./Hermiston HS); 5-7 record with 0 pins157-Tony Hook, so. (Sandpoint, Idaho/Sandpoint HS); 3-4 record with 0 pinsNo. 3 Pac-10165-Matt Ellis, jr. (Prosser, Wash./Prosser HS, Okla. St. U.); 2-0 record with 0 pinsNo. 14 AWN, No. 15 IM; No. 1 Pac-10or-Anthony Weber, jr. (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS); 6-6 record with 0 pins174-Jeremy Larson, so. (Hermiston, Ore./Hermiston HS); 6-1 record with 0 pinsor-Neal Beaudry, fr. (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS); 1-0 record with 0 pins184-Dan Pitsch, so. (Tacoma, Wash./Spanaway Lk. HS); 8-7 record with 0 pinsNo. 4 Pac-10197-Travis Gardner, fr. (Portland, Ore./Parkrose HS); 6-8 record with 2 pinsHwt-Ty Watterson, so. (Enumclaw, Wash./Enumclaw HS); 11-1 record with 4 pinsNo. 15 AWN, No. 11 IM; No. 2 Pac-10

OREGON STATE ALL-TIME VS. THIS WEEK'S OPPONENTS: Oregon State has an all-time record of 12-7 against Northern Colorado in a dual meet series dating back to 1960, and the Beavers have won the last 6 meetings. Last season, OSU won 40-6 in Corvallis as the two schools wrestled for the first time since 1980. Northern Colorado's last win was in 1974 by a 25-10 score in Greeley.

Oregon State has an all-time record of 13-6 against Wyoming in a dual meet series dating back to 1960, but the Cowboys have a 1-meet winning streak in the series after a 17-16 victory in Corvallis last season. OSU's last win was in 1999 by a 33-5 score in Corvallis, and that had given the Beavers an 11-meet win streak in the series.

OREGON STATE'S LATEST MEETS: Oregon State won 3 of 4 dual meets last weekend as the Beavers competed at the Oregon Wrestling Classic Duals on Jan. 7 and hosted Cal Poly on Jan. 9.

On Jan. 7, Oregon State heavyweight Ty Watterson won both his matches and recorded his team-high fourth pin of the year as the Beavers won 2 of their 3 meets at the Oregon Wrestling Classic Duals at the Deschutes County Fairgrounds. OSUtook a 23-21 win over Southern Oregon, the nation's ninth-ranked NAIA team; topped Portland State 33-12 in a Pacific-10 dual; and lost 29-6 to Augsburg, the nation's top-ranked NCAA Division III team. Watterson, ranked 16th nationally by Amateur Wrestling News and 13th by InterMat, pinned PSU's Steve Fittinger in 2:28 and later won a decision against Augsburg to improve his record to 10-1 this season. Oregon State 165-pounder Matt Ellis, the defending Pac-10 champion at 165 pounds, saw his first action of the season in an 11-4 decision over Portland State's A.J. Lawrence. The Beavers had to rally to beat Southern Oregon in their first dual of the day. OSU won the last 3 matches and needed a pin from 125-pounder Eric Stevenson and technical fall from 133-pounder Bobby Pfennigs in the final matches for the decisive points. Stevenson also had a technical fall against PSU. The loss to Augsburg marked the Auggies' second win of the day over a Pac-10 team, as they had beaten Cal Poly 25-15.

On Jan. 9, Oregon State 133-pounder Bobby Pfennigs and 141-pounder Clint Leonard opened the meet with a technical fall and a major decision and OSU rode that momentum to a 30-12 win over Cal Poly at Gill Coliseum. Beaver 165-pounder Matt Ellis, wrestling at home for the first time this season, beat CPU's nationally ranked Brody Barrios 6-2. OSU scored team bonus points in 5 matches, getting a pin from 125-pounder Eric Stevenson, technical falls from Pfennigs and 157-pounder Tony Hook and major decisions from Leonard and 174-pounder Jeremy Larson.

OREGON STATE HEAD COACH Joe Wells: Joe Wells, who is in his 13th season as Oregon State's head coach, has led the Beavers to a Pacific-10 title and 4 top-10 finishes at the NCAA Championships during his time at OSU.

The Beavers' 25-10 win over then-No. 11 Boise State in 2001 was Wells' 100th dual meet win at OSU. Since taking over the Beaver program prior to the 1992-93 season, Wells is 141-87-1 for a winning percentage of .618.

The Beavers were Pacific-10 Conference champions under Wells in 1994 and he has twice been named the conference's Coach of the Year. OSU has finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships 4 times in Wells' tenure, placing second in 1995, fourth in 1994, eighth in 1996 and tying for ninth in 1998.

Under Wells, OSU has had 2 national champions, 17 All-Americans and 22 conference champions.

Wells was named the ASICS Oregon Wrestling Classic's Man of the Year for 1998 for his contributions to wrestling in the state.

Wells, who has coached numerous World Teams for the United States, is a 1972 Iowa graduate. He was a 2-time placer at the Big Ten meet and was the 1976 U.S. Wrestling Federation freestyle champ. He spent 17 seasons as an assistant coach at Iowa and Michigan before coming to Oregon State.

OREGON STATE THIRD IN ALL-TIME DUAL MEET WINS: OSU rates as one of the best dual meet teams in collegiate wrestling history. The Beavers were third in all-time dual meet wins among Division I schools going into the 2004-05 season. OSU currently has an all-time dual meet record of 875-279-24 and a .753 winning percentage.

OREGON STATE IN GILL COLISEUM: Oregon State has one of the finest homes in college wrestling, 10,400-seat Gill Coliseum. Now in their 49th season in Gill Coliseum, the Beavers have a home dual meet record of 363-71-5 in the arena for a winning percentage of .833. This season, OSU is 2-1 at home.

OSU moved its home wrestling meets into Gill Coliseum in 1956-57, when Dale Thomas became head coach. Since then, the arena has hosted conference championship meets 14 times, including 2002, and it was the site of the NCAA Championships in 1961 and 1980.

OREGON STATE WRESTLING HOMECOMING: Oregon State will celebrate its annual OSU Wrestling Homecoming later this season at a meet to be announced. In last season's OSU Wrestling Homecoming, Oregon State beat Oregon 23-18 in front of 1,132 fans and legendary former OSU coach Dale Thomas. There were 25 former OSU wrestlers on hand; during their Oregon State careers, they accounted for 35 individual conference championships, 25 All-America finishes and 7 national championships.

BEAVERS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS: Here's where Oregon State wrestlers have been in this season's national rankings:

TEAMAm.Wr.News	InterMatPre	NR	Pre	NRNational Wrestling Coaches AssociationPre	NRNov. 30	NRDec. 7	NRDec. 14	NRDec. 21	NRJan. 4	NRJan. 11	NRTony Hook, 157Am.Wr.News   	InterMatPre (149)	15th	Pre	NRNov. 24	NRNov. 30	NR	Nov. 30 (149)	18thDec. 7	NR	Dec. 7	NRDec. 14	NR	Dec. 14	NRDec. 21	NR	Dec. 21	NRJan. 4	NR	Jan. 4	NRJan. 11	NR	Jan. 11	NRMatt Ellis, 165Am.Wr.News   	InterMatPre	10th	Pre	11thNov. 24	13thNov. 30	13th	Nov. 30	13thDec. 7	13th	Dec. 7	14thDec. 14	13th	Dec. 14	14thDec. 21	13th	Dec. 21	14thJan. 4	NR	Jan. 4	NRJan. 11	14th	Jan. 11	15thDan Pitsch, 184Am.Wr.News   	InterMatPre	16th	Pre	16thNov. 24	20thNov. 30	20th	Nov. 30	18thDec. 7	20th	Dec. 7	18thDec. 14	20th	Dec. 14	17thDec. 21	20th	Dec. 21	NRJan. 4	NR	Jan. 4	NRJan. 11	NR	Jan. 11	NRJamie Rakevich, HWTAm.Wr.News   	InterMatPre	12th	Pre	13thNov. 24	10thNov. 30	11th	Nov. 30	NRDec. 7	NR	Dec. 7	NRDec. 14	NR	Dec. 14	NRDec. 21	NR	Dec. 21	NRJan. 4	NR	Jan. 4	NRJan. 11	NR	Jan. 11	NRTy Watterson, HWTAm.Wr.News   	InterMatPre	NR	Pre	NRNov. 24	NRNov. 30	NR	Nov. 30	11thDec. 7	15th	Dec. 7	11thDec. 14	15th	Dec. 14	11thDec. 21	16th	Dec. 21	11thJan. 4	16th	Jan. 4	13thJan. 11	15th	Jan. 11	11th

BEAVERS IN THE PACIFIC-10 RANKINGS: Here's where Oregon State wrestlers have been in this season's conference rankings:

TEAMDec. 23	7thBobby Pfennigs, 133Dec. 23	4thTony Hook, 157Dec. 23	3rdMatt Ellis, 165Dec. 23	1stDan Pitsch, 184Dec. 23	4thTy Watterson, HWTDec. 23	2nd

WRESTLER PROFILE NOTES: In the individual notes for each Oregon State wrestler that follow, 'team bonus points' refers to a wrestler scoring additional team points for a major decision, technical fall, pin, forfeit or default. If there is a number in parentheses ahead of the name of an opponent, that number refers to the opponents' national ranking by Amateur Wrestling News at the time of the match. Records and results include only matches against wrestlers from NCAA and NAIA schools.

Eric Stevenson, 125 POUNDS: Sophomore Eric Stevenson (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS) is in his second season in the OSU lineup has won 4 of last 5 matches, scoring team bonus points 4 times ... career, 24-19 with 8 pins, team bonus points in 33 percent of matches (14 of 43) ... this season, 8-6 with 3 pins, team bonus points in 43 percent of matches (6 of 14) ... season summary, weekend of Jan. 7-Jan. 9, won 3 of 4 matches with 2 pins, 1 technical fall ... dec. by (13) Luke Smith, Central Michigan, 6-3 in dual meet ... pinned by (10) Matt Keller, Nebraska, 4:37 in dual meet .... dec. over Joey Lucas, Oregon, 7-6 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic,went 0-2 with 0 pins ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, placed second, went 3-1 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Tim Norman, 133 POUNDS: Senior Tim Norman (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS) is in his third season in the OSU lineup ... career, 29-35 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 17 percent of matches (11 of 65) ... this season, 2-3 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 0 percent of matches (0 of 2) ... season summary, at Midlands Open, did not place; went 0-2 with 0 pins ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, placed second, went 1-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Bobby Pfennigs, 133 POUNDS: Sophomore Bobby Pfennigs (Great Falls, Mont./C.M. Russell HS) is in his first season in the OSU lineup 2 losses have been in overtime ... in current rankings, in Pac-10, No. 4 ... career, 10-12 with 4 pins, team bonus points in 23 percent of matches (5 of 22) ... this season, 4-7 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 9 percent of matches (1 of 11) ... season summary, at Midlands Open, went 1-2 with 0 pins ... dec. by (20) Jason Borrelli, Central Michigan, 5-4 in dual meet ... dec. over Martin Mitchell, Oregon, 8-7 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 0-2 with 0 pins ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, placed third, went 1-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Clint Leonard, 141 POUNDS: Freshman Clint Leonard (Post Falls, Ida./Lakeland HS) is in his first season in the OSU lineup ... has won 3 of last 5 matches ... career and this season, 4-4 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 38 percent of matches (3 of 8) ... season summary, dec. by (3) Matt Murray, Nebraska, 7-3 in dual meet ... major dec. over Elliott Tracy, Oregon, 8-0 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 1-2 with 1 pin.

Orlando Perez, 149 POUNDS: Junior Orlando Perez (Hermiston, Ore./Hermiston HS) is in his second season in the OSU lineup ... career, 15-22 with 4 pins, team bonus points in 19 percent of matches (7 of 37) ... this season, 5-7 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 8 percent of matches (1 of 12) ... season summary, dec. by (10) Mark DiSalvo, Central Michigan, 10-4 in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 2-2 with 0 pins; including major dec. by (8) Eric Tannenbaum, Michigan, 16-3.

Tony Hook, 157 POUNDS: Junior Tony Hook (Sandpoint, Ida./Sandpoint HS) is in his third season in the OSU lineup ... in current rankings, in Pac-10, No. 3 ... career, 39-28 with 6 pins, team bonus points in 22 percent of matches (15 of 67) ... this season, 3-4 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 29 percent of matches (2 of 7) ... season summary, dec. by (1 DIII) Marcus LeVesseur, Augsburg, 8-3 in dual meet ... out of lineup from Dec. 3-Dec. 19 due to injury ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 0-2 with 0 pins; including dec. by (18) James Strouse, Hofstra, 3-1.

Joel Gibson, 157 POUNDS: Senior Joel Gibson (Gladstone, Ore./North Medford HS, Southwestern Oregon CC, Southern Oregon U.) is in his first season in the OSU lineup ... career, 3-7 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 20 percent of matches (2 of 10) ... this season, 2-5 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 29 percent of matches (2 of 7) ... season summary, tech. fall by (10) B.J. Wright, Nebraska, 5:22 (20-5) in dual meet ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, went 2-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year colleges.

Matt Ellis, 165 POUNDS: Senior Matt Ellis (Prosser, Wash./Prosser HS, Oklahoma State U.) is in his third season in the OSU lineup ... in current rankings, nationally, No. 14 AWN, No. 15 IM; in Pac-10, No. 1 ... career, 49-19 with 2 pins, team bonus points in 28 percent of matches (19 of 68) ... this season, 2-0 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 0 percent of matches ... season summary, dec. over (19) Brody Barrios, Cal Poly, 6-2 in dual meet ... did not wrestle until Jan. 7 due to injury.

Anthony Weber, 165 POUNDS: Junior Anthony Weber (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS) is in his second season in the OSU lineup ... career, 13-20 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 12 percent of matches (4 of 33) ... this season, 6-6 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 25 percent of matches (3 of 12) ... season summary, dec. by (3 DIII) Ryan Valek, Augsburg, 2-0 ... dec. by (4 NAIA) Jimmy Grochowsky, Southern Oregon, 9-7 ... major dec. by (2) David Bolyard, Central Michigan, 13-4 in dual meet ... major dec. by (7) Jacob Klein, Nebraska, 13-5 in dual meet ... major dec. over Scott Woods, Oregon, 14-4 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 1-2 with 0 pins ... won first 4 matches of season ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, went 3-0 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Steve Grayson, 174/184 POUNDS: Senior Steve Grayson (Bellevue, Wash./Newport HS) is in his first season in the OSU lineup ... career, 10-16 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 12 percent of matches (3 of 26) ... this season, 4-8 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 8 percent of matches (1 of 12) ... season summary, tech. fall by (9) Ryan Halsey, Cal Poly, 17-2 (3:56) in dual meet ... moved up to 184 pounds during Oregon Wrestling Classic Duals on Jan. 9 ... major dec. by (8) Mitch Hancock, Central Michigan, 14-4 in dual meet ... major dec. by (4) Shane Webster, Oregon, 16-7 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 3-2 with 0 pins, including dec. over (18) Zachariah Doll, Pittsburgh.

Jeremy Larson, 174 POUNDS: Sophomore Jeremy Larson (Hermiston, Ore./Hermiston HS) is in his second season in the OSU lineup ... has won last 5 matches ... career, 11-12 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 9 percent of matches (2 of 23) ... this season, 6-1 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 14 percent of matches (1 of 7) ... season summary, dec. over (8 DIII) Trravis Birnhazl, Augsburg, 4-3 (OT) in dual meet ... dec. over (5 NAIA) Josh Fitzgerald, Southern Oregon, 3-1 in dual meet ... out of lineup from Nov. 20-Jan. 9 due to injury ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, placed third, went 3-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by (4) Shane Webster, Oregon, 9-6.

Dan Pitsch, 184 POUNDS: Junior Dan Pitsch (Tacoma, Wash./Spanaway Lake HS) is in his third season in the OSU lineup ... out of lineup since Jan. 7 due to injury ... in current rankings, in Pac-10, No. 4 ... career, 43-26 with 3 pins, team bonus points in 35 percent of matches (24 of 69) ... this season, 8-7 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 40 percent of matches (6 of 15) ... season summary, inj. def. to (1 NAIA) David O'Brien, Southern Oregon, in dual meet ... dec. by (6) Travis Pascoe, Nebraska, 14-9 in dual meet ... major dec. over Chet McBee, Oregon, 13-2 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, placed eighth, went 3-3 with 0 pins; including major dec. by (6) Matt Bell, Columbia, 10-1; dec. by (12) Ben Wissel, Purdue, 9-4; dec. by (13) Ryan Halsey, Cal Poly, 9-3 ... Nov. 20-Dec. 3, 5-match win streak, scoring team bonus points 5 times; won first 4 matches of season by major decision ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, won championship, went 4-0 vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Travis Gardner, 197 POUNDS: Freshman Travis Gardner (Portland, Ore./Parkrose HS) is in his first season in the OSU lineup ... career and this season, 6-8 with 2 pins, team bonus points in 36 percent of matches (5 of 14) ... season summary, major dec. by (4 DIII) Justin Sorensen, Augsburg, 13-3 in dual meet ... dec. by (5 NAIA) Grant Thompson, Southern Oregon, 7-3 in dual meet ... major dec. by (14) B.J. Padden, Nebraska, 22-11 in dual meet ... major dec. over Tony Rolen, Oregon, 14-3 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, went 1-2 with 0 pins; including tech. fall by (8) Ryan Bader, Arizona State, 21-6 (time n/a) ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, placed third, went 2-1 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Ty Watterson, HEAVYWEIGHT: Sophomore Ty Watterson (Enumclaw, Wash./Enumclaw HS) is in his first season in the OSU lineup ... has won his last 4 matches, with 2 pins and 2 shutouts ... in current rankings, in Pac-10, No. 2; nationally, No. 16 AWN, No. 13 IM ... career, 12-4 with 5 pins, team bonus points in 38 percent of matches (6 of 16) ... this season, 11-1 with 4 pins, team bonus points in 42 percent of matches (5 of 12) ... season summary, dec. by (9) Bill Stouffer, Central Michigan, 12-8 in dual meet ... Nov. 20-Dec. 11, 7-match winning streak, scoring team bonus points 3 times ... at Las Vegas Collegiate, placed sixth, went 3-0 with 0 pins; including dec. over (13) Clint Walbeck, Fresno State, 3-1 ... at Southern Oregon Best In TheWest, tied for championship, went 3-0 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

Jamie Rakevich, HEAVYWEIGHT: Sophomore Jamie Rakevich (Elma, Wash./Elma HS) is in his second season in the OSU lineup ... career and this season, 22-13 with 6 pins, team bonus points in 29 percent of matches (10 of 35) ... this season, 4-2 with 0 pins, team bonus points on 0 percent of matches (0 of 6) ... season summary, dec. by (18) Mitch Manstedt, Nebraska, 3-1 in exhibition ... dec. by (5, 197) Scott Barker, Oregon, 3-1 in season's first Civil War dual meet ... at Southern Oregon Best In The West, tied for championship, went 3-0 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

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