Oklahoma State wrestling commit Konner Doucet looks to win fourth state title
Konner Doucet always aspired to be an elite high school wrestler.
“For as long I can remember, I wanted to be a four-time state champ,” he said.
Doucet, a senior at Comanche, can fulfill his goal this weekend at the state tournament. The 220-pounder will vie for his fourth-straight Class 3A state title, beginning Friday at State Fair Arena. Collinsville 132-pounder Caleb Tanner, an OU signee, will also try to join the exclusive club. Only 38 wrestlers in state history have won four high school titles.
Doucet holds a 44-0 record and hasn’t lost a match for Comanche since his sophomore season. The Oklahoma State signee is one of the most feared wrestlers in the state, a reputation he earned through his work ethic and attention to detail.
“What I’m willing to put myself through, not many people are willing to do, and I like to work hard,” he said. The Oklahoman
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