Crawley finishes second at ‘Larry Wilkey Invitational’
Jenks wrestling hosted the annual “Larry Wilkey Invitational” this past weekend and 24 teams competed in the two-day event at the Frank Herald Fieldhouse.
The Trojans had two wrestlers place in the tournament with Haden Crawley taking second in the 220-pound weight class and Jonathan Kelvington placing sixth in the 145-pound division.
Jenks finished 17th as a team, while Stillwater took home the top prize with a first-place finish in the team standings.
Tuesday night, the Trojans hosted neighbor Glenpool in a dual matchup. Jenks fell to the Warriors 67-9.
The Trojans lost 12 of the 14 matches with eight of those losses coming in a fall. Jenks had one pin on the night out of its two match wins.
Here is a breakdown of the 14 weights:
At 106 pounds, the Trojans’ Wyatt Rathbone was pinned by Glenpool’s Korey Griffin in the second period.
At 113 pounds, Jenks’ Carsen Reich lost to the Warriors’ Wyatt Miller 15-0 in a technical fall.
At 120 pounds, the Trojans’ Kyler Breedlove was pinned by his Glenpool counterpart in the first period.
At 126 pounds, Jenks had to forfeit the match.
At 132 pounds, the Trojans’ Jonas Smith was pinned by the Warriors’ Mike Edwards in the first period.
At 138 pounds, Jenks’ Jason Creel was pinned by Glenpool’s Trent Cole in the first period.
At 145 pounds, Jonathan Kelvington earned the Trojans’ first win of the night with a 6-3 victory over the Warriors’ Gus Edwards.
At 152 pounds, Jenks’ James Secrest lost 15-0 in a technical fall to Glenpool’s Brayden Nelson.
At 160 pounds, the Trojans’ Alex Murdock was pinned by his Warrior counterpart in the first period.
At 170 pounds, Jenks’ Josh Heck was pinned in the first period by Glenpool’s Logan Richards.
At 182 pounds, the Trojans’ Cayden Capages was pinned by the Warriors’ Maverick Bolding in the second period.
At 195 pounds, Jenks’ Ethan Hill lost 6-2 to Glenpool’s Colby Tarrant.
At 220 pounds, the Trojans’ Haden Crawley earned Jenks’ second win of the dual with a second-period pin of the Warriors’ Nick Marshall.
At 285 pounds, the Trojans’ Andrew Burnham was pinned by Glenpool’s Ryann Winn in the second period.
Jenks is back on the mat this weekend in the Sand Springs/Sapulpa Tournament.