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.
#14 Caleb Henson takes out #4 Ferrari for the Super 32 belt and is FIRED UP!— FloWrestling (@FloWrestling) October 25, 2020
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.