The 2016 Oklahoma high school wrestling season wrapped up this weekend.
In Class 3A, Plainview took home its second straight title. The Indians had three champions and three runners-up on the way to 145.5 points.
Click here to view the official 3A brackets.
In Class 4A, Tuttle won for the eighth consecutive time and had enough points accumulated after Day One, the Tigers didn’t even need to show up for the finals.
But they did. And had five champions and five runners-up.
Click here to view the official 4A brackets.
In Class 5A, the dominance continued for Collinsville as well, as the Cardinals won their sixth straight title, and had two individual champions on the weekend.
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In Class 6A, Choctaw won the title for the first time in 18 years and had three champions and three runners-up.
Click here to view the official 6A brackets.