Being in one of the most storied tournaments in the state of Oklahoma, Comanche wrestler Konner Doucet won the 220 title at the tournament and also brought home a few top finishes from the Geary Invitational.
Doucet, a senior commit to the Oklahoma State University wrestling team, drew a first round match with Chris Ward and got a fall victory at the 1:17 mark.
In his quarterfinals matchup, the senior wrestler got another fall victory this time at the 1:54 mark against Ark City’s Isaac Stevens to get to the semi-finals beginning on the last day of the tournament.
Facing off against a tough matchup in the semi-finals, Doucet was able to get the 5-4 decision victory to move to the championship matchup facing off against Altus’ Cabe Dickerson for the 220 title.
They needed overtime to decide the winner and Doucet was able to win the match with a 4-3 decision and be one of the first Stephens county wrestlers to take home an individual title from the tournament in years.
Comanche also had Gage Miller place sixth in the 195 division after winning two matches in the winner’s bracket and then falling to the consolation side in the semi-finals.
Miller went on to face Matthew Santos from MacArthur in the fifth place matchup but Santos won a 5-2 decision and gave Comanche’s 195 wrestler a sixth place finish.
As a team, the Indians finished 14th with 34 points while Duncan finished behind them in 15th with 32 points and no placers as a team.
The best finish for Duncan’s team was Carson Villalon who made it almost to the fifth place match in the 106 division winning two matches by fall victories before picking up his second loss in the semi-finals of the consolation bracket.
Comanche’s next dual will take place on the 16th as they travel to Sulphur while Duncan faced off against Altus this past Tuesday and their next one will be on the 16th at the dual in Del City.