Texas Outlaw Boys Recap

The Outlaw tournament held at Allen High School on New Years Eve lived up to its reputation and we saw two #1 ranked wrestlers go down which means 2 new #1 ranked wrestlers will be on the board this week.  Most everyone showed up that was supposed to weight wise.  There was some early injuries and day 2 busting weight.  Allen the host school by more than 100 points won the tournament with 656.50 points over 2nd place College Park with 558.00.  The 3rd place team was Thompson High School out of Alabama with 458.5 points and showing their strength was Austin Vandegrift coming in 4th place with 405 points.  Catoosa Oklahoma, Katy, and Rockwall all tied for 5th place at 332.5 points.  

Some of the wrestlers ended up with 10 matches total over the 2 day tournament with the pools in day 1 and no serious injuries was seen, at least the ambulance was never called which is always a good thing. With the 2 pound weight allowance we saw a lot of weight movement as well.   The out of state teams did exactly what was expected and mix up the Texas boys and even won 4 of the 14 weights.  A few of the undefeated wrestlers that came in left with a few losses, but that’s what this tournament does is show one where they are at when you wrestle your region mostly.  

Below we go weight by weight starting with 106lbs

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