OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. -- In the championship finals of the 2014 Greco-
Roman Junior Duals Michigan Blue put on a show, taking out the hometown favorite Oklahoma 36-29 en route to a national championship.
Ryan Prescott set the tone for Michigan to open the dual, securing a fall in 3:41 over Oklahoma's Kyler Childers to give Michigan a 5-0 lead.
Dominic Lajoie would extend Michigan's lead to 9-1, winning the 100 lbs. bout 13-2 over Oklahoma's Mason Naifeh.
Oklahoma star Kaden Gfeller cut the lead to 9-5, earning a 10-0 technical fall over Dalton Roberts at 106 lbs.
After 106 pounds the Michigan train would roll. The four-point deficit would be the closest Oklahoma would come in the team score the remainder of the dual. Read full story ...