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FEATURE


Many consider Sapulpa somewhat of a hotbed for tough, gritty kids that get after it on the mat. There’s no shortage of want or desire coming out of Sapulpa. Which makes it more puzzling, but the answer to the puzzle may be closer to surfacing than ever before.


Coach Jones and his staff have groomed a solid group of young men to not only expect to win, but to work extremely hard for everything they get. The team has bought in and coach Jones knows the time to take advantage of that is now. “We have been very consistent this season. We need to


break out of the consistency and do something big. It’s time to do something big and that’s what we’re working on!”


Big as in compete at duals and at state for a title. There’s no doubt coach Jones is as motivated today as he was his first day on the job. Maybe more so now.


But for something big to happen the wrestlers must commit to making it happen. Caleb Cotter is one of those committed to making this a season one for the record books. The 195-pounder is ranked No.1 overall in 6A and has his


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