Sooners Fall in Stillwater

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Mikey McCareins
By Mikey McCareins
Student Assistant
FEBRUARY 11, 2018

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OU vs. Iowa State Final Results

125 No. 7 Nick Piccininni (OSU) dec. No. 16 Christian Moody (OU), 8-2
133 No. 3 Kaid Brock (OSU) maj. dec. Jake Rubio (OU), 15-5
141 No. 6 Dean Heil (OSU) maj. dec.  Mike Longo (OU), 15-6
149 No. 14 Boo Lewallen (OSU) maj. dec. Davion Jeffries (OU), 13-4
157 Justin Thomas (OU) dec. Jonce Blaylock (OSU), 7-2
165 No. 10 Chandler Rogers (OSU) dec. Dawaylon Barnes (OU), 8-2
174 No. 10 Yoanse Mejias (OU) dec. Hestin Lamons (OSU), 9-3
184 Keegan Moore (OSU) fall Matthew Waddell (OU), 0:40
197 Andrew Marsden (OSU) dec. Andrew Dixon (OU), 9-6
HWT No. 11 Derek White (OSU) tech. fall Connor Webb (OU), 3:51

NORMAN – Oklahoma wrestling finished the weekend at 1-1 following a 31-6 loss to No. 4 Oklahoma State on Sunday at Gallagher-Iba Arena in Stillwater.

Redshirt freshman Justin Thomas used two takedowns to earn a win at 157 pounds in his first career Bedlam dual, defeating Oklahoma State's Jonce Blaylock by decision, 7-2.

The win gave the Santa Ana, Calif., native nine dual wins this season. 

Oklahoma senior Yoanse Mejias, ranked No. 10 at 174 pounds, capped his final Bedlam dual with a 9-3 win by decision over Hestin Lamons.

Mejias' victory moved his dual record to 14-2 on the 2017-18 campaign. 

The loss followed the Sooners’ 19-16 victory over Edinboro on Saturday in which OU's four seniors went 4-0 on Senior Night against the Fighting Scots. Sunday’s Bedlam defeat dropped the Sooners to 8-10 on the season.

Oklahoma will conclude its regular season next Friday at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pa., before prepping for the Big 12 Championships in Tulsa, which run March 3-4.

For more information on Oklahoma wrestling, follow the team on Twitter @OU_Wrestling

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