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Wrestling Recruiting: Oklahoma State 2022 target Anthony Ferrari takes 2nd at Super 32

Teague Travis, the Cowboys’ first 2021 commit, went 5-2 at 138 pounds.

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Oklahoma State wrestling target Anthony Ferrari couldn’t complete a ride out in an ultimate tiebreaker against Caleb Henson and lost 4-3 in the Super 32 championship final at 152 pounds Sunday at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center in South Carolina.

Anthony, a 2022 prospect that is ranked No. 4 in his weight class, listed OSU, Oklahoma and Minnesota as his top three schools in September. He’s a younger brother of OSU freshman AJ Ferrari.

Henson’s single-leg takedown with 19 seconds remaining in the first period was waived off by a second official then overturned and called a takedown after review. Anthony easily scored a reversal and rode out the period to tie it 2-2.

Anthony escaped 45 seconds into the second for a 3-2 lead then let Henson up to start the third tied 3-3. Neither wrestler finished a takedown attempt and the two went to sudden victory and then an ultimate tiebreaker where Henson escaped after one mat return.

Teague Travis, the first commit to OSU’s 2021 class, went 5-2 at 138 pounds.

Travis won his first three matches (14-0, 9-2, 3-1) before a 7-1 loss to Levi Haines (Pennsylvania) in the round of 16. Haines lost 8-2 to North Carolina commit Caden McCrary (Georgia) in the championship match.

The OSU commit rebounded with a 17-3 major decision against Joseph Sealey (North Carolina) before he took a forfeit from Angelo Ferrari, a 2024 prospect and Stillwater freshman.

Travis’ tournament ended with a 7-2 loss to Jayden Scott (New York), who finished in seventh place.

Travis, a three-time Missouri state champion from Tolton Regional Catholic in Columbia, moved to Stillwater earlier this year to finish out his high school career.

Angelo went 4-2, with three straight wins (7-5, 12-5, 5-0) before his lone loss on the mat being a 7-5 decision to Kelvin Griffin (Pennsylvania). Angelo scored a takedown with 1:21 remaining in the third period, but Griffin escaped three second later and scored a takedown of his own with four seconds left for the win.

Angelo responded with a 3-2 decision against Gavinn Alstott (Indiana).

Kael Voinovich, a 2024 prospect from Brecksville, Ohio and the younger brother of 2021 commit Victor Voinovich, also went 4-2 in the tournament.

Kael won his first two matches (5-2, 5-0) before a puzzling 5-1 loss to Zack Ryder (New York) in the round of 32. Tied 1-1, Kael received his second stall call during the third period when trying to leg ride to break down Ryder to his base again. Ryder was hit with a stall warning, but Kael was hit for stalling again when Ryder pushed him out of the mat by 2 feet for a 2-point swing.

Kael responded with a pin at the 3-minute mark against Rawson Iwanicki (Massachusetts) before his tournament ended with a 2-0 loss to Gavin Brown (Ohio) on a first-period reversal.