Yukon wrestling is loaded with tradition but in the Millers’ storied history on the mat they have never had two state champions in one year. Yukon will have an opportunity to change that Saturday evening when Jaxen Gilmore, at 145 pounds, and Studd Morris, at 106 pounds, will wrestle for 6A state championships at the State Fairgrounds Arena in Oklahoma City. Gilmore will take on Mustang’s Tate Picklo for the top spot at 145 pounds. It will be the third match between the two grapplers this season.
Yukon senior Jaxen Gilmore capped off his career with the Miller wrestling program by capturing his second state championship in four years. Gilmore defeated Mustang’s Tate Picklo in a 16-3 major decision Saturday evening in the 145-pound 6A state championship match at the State Fairgrounds Arena in Oklahoma City. “It feels great,” Gilmore said. “I wanted to put myself back on top and go out this way. I’m proud of myself for sticking to it through all of the adversity.
Six Yukon wrestlers qualified for the 6A state wrestling tournament with their performance at the 6A west regional tournament last weekend at Southmoore. The Millers finished in fifth place as a team in the regional with 144 points. Choctaw took first place with 281.5 points. Yukon had two wrestlers win regional championships in their respective weight classes. Studd Morris, at 106 pounds and Jaxen Gilmore, at 145 pounds, took first place in their weight divisions.
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