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November 6, 2012

Chickasha brings home two championships at Lawton Mac Open

— Chickasha wrestlers from the high school level all the way down to the 6th and 7th grade division competed in the Lawton MacArthur Open tournament on Saturday, with two wrestlers winning their weight classes.

2011 state-placer David Eakers won the championship at 138 pounds in the high school division, and freshman Dakota Resendez earned the championship at 113 pounds in the junior high division. Resendez also finished second at 113 pounds in the high school division.

In the 6th-7th grade division, Colton Warner was runner-up at 67 pounds, Trevor Thomas was third at 84 pounds, and Austin Barron was fifth at 130 pounds.

In the junior high division, Montana Moon was third at 80 pounds, Lamar Neff was second at 106 pounds, DJ Warner was fourth at 106 pounds, James Henry was fourth at 120 pounds, Damian Barron was second at 162 pounds, Jace Howard was fourth at 175 pounds, and Nathan harris was fifth at 175 pounds.

Lamar Neff was second at 106 pounds in the high school division, Sam Richardson was second in his weight class, and Dearius Neff was third at 220 pounds.

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