Stanford Results

Oklahoma Open

Norman, OK

November 29, 2008



125 pounds



Matt Sencenbaugh (2-2): lost to Seth Johnson (Central Oklahoma), 2-1; tech. fall David McNeil (Central Oklahoma), 20-2; dec. Andrew Sartain (Oklahoma), 10-9; lost by tech. fall to JR Roman (Oklahoma), 28-9.



141 pounds



Cameron Teitelman (3-2, 4th place): pinned Rick Delgatta (Oklahoma State), 3:47; dec. Derek Ward (Labette), 3-2; lost maj. dec. to No. 12 Zack Bailey (Oklahoma), 14-3; dec. Timmy Boone (Stanford), 2-1; lost maj. dec. to Luke Ashmore (Oklahoma State), 12-3.



Timmy Boone (2-2): tech. fall Austin Barnes (Nebraska), 16-0; lost to Luke Ashmore (Oklahoma State), 3-1; dec. Justin Blumer (Oklahoma City), 3-0; lost to Cameron Teitelman (Stanford), 2-1.



149 pounds



Max Rosefigura (4-1, 3rd place): lost by tech. fall to No. 15 Kyle Terry (Oklahoma), 17-1; pinned Oscar Sanchez (Unattached), 2:29; dec. Jake Peck (Oklahoma State), 7-2; dec. Will Shelton (Oklahoma City), 4-0; maj. dec. Michael Brady (Labette), 14-3.



157 pounds



Lucas Espericueta (4-1, 3rd place): dec. Mark Meyer (Oklahoma City), 12-6; maj. dec. Kayton Marshall (Oklahoma), 11-2; lost to Chad Terry (Oklahoma), 4-2; maj. dec. Mark Meyer (Oklahoma City), 12-3; dec. Johnny Koepp (Oklahoma State), 10-6.



174 pounds



Victor Haug (1-2): dec. Charles Jones (Bacone), 3-1; lost to Kyle Barrett (Stanford), 9-3; fall to Allen Rutherford (Labette), 3:07.



Kyle Barrett (2-1, 2nd place): dec. Riley Saunders (Labette), 11-6; dec. Victor Haug (Stanford), 9-3; lost to No. 9 Jeff James (Oklahoma), 11-7.



197 pounds



Jake Johnson (3-1, 2nd place): dec. Kyle Bergstedt (Oklahoma), 5-3; maj. dec. Bobby Strain (Colorado School of Mines), 11-0; dec. Derek Thompson (Labette), 4-3; fall to No. 8 Eric Lapotsky (Oklahoma), 1:42.



Luke Feist (5-1, 3rd place): lost to Tyson Yoder (Oklahoma State), 3-1; pinned Jesse Hardy (Labette), 2:18; pinned Adam Rosholt (Oklahoma State), 2:04; pinned Bobby Strain (Colorado School of Mines), 0:43; dec. Tyson Yoder (Oklahoma State), 11-4; dec. Kyle Bergstedt (Oklahoma), 13-10.