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Snodgrass 3rd, Jackets 6th at Hub City

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    PRESTEN COUGHLAN works over a Casady opponent earlier this season. The KHS sophomore picked up fifth place last weekend at Clinton. [Photo by Chris Simon/www.simon-sports-photos.smugmug.com

Stone Snodgrass hauled home a bronze medal to highlight Kingfisher’s trip to the Hub City Classic.

The KHS senior took third place at 132 pounds in Clinton High School’s annual wrestling tournament inside its Tornado Dome.

He helped the Jackets to a sixth-place finish in the team standings.

Cushing won the tournament with 292.5 points. Marlow was runner-up with 244.5 and Cache third with 200.

The Jackets scored 78.5 points.

Snodgrass was responsible for 19.5 of those points.

After pinning his first two opponents in the bracket, Snodgrass got caught late in his semifinal match against Marlow’s Jordan Taylor.

Taylor pinned Snodgrass at 5:28, then went on to beat Elk City’s William Wright in the final.

Snodgrass picked up a technical fall victory against Watonga’s Dalton Reyburn in the consolation semifinal, then won the bronze with a 5-3 decision against William Hillyer of Woodward.

Presten Coughlan was fifth at 126 and went 4-2 in his matches.

After dropping his quarterfinal match, Coughlan won his next two consolation matches before Cache’s Luke Hill pinned him in their consolation semifinal.

The sophomore finished strong with a fall at 3:20 of his fifth-place match with Clinton’s Aaron Seabolt.

Junior Blake Neal also took fifth in his 182-pound bracket.

Gage Hockett of Cushing pinned Neal in 1:39 of their quarterfinal match.

Hockett went on to win the 182-pound title.

Meanwhile, Neal earned a spot in the consolation semifinals with a pair of victories via pins, but dropped a match to Anadarko’s John Mark Holten.

He finished the tournament by pinning Clinton’s Ethan Hines in 3:02.

Also placing for the Jackets were Dawson Garvin at 106 pounds and Owen Vincent at 195.

Both wrestlers finished sixth.