Posted Date: 03/01/2022
Madison Roe Takes 3rd in Girls Wrestling State Finals
On February 26, 2022 Madison Roe made Moyers School history by winning third place in the OSSAA State Wrestling Championship at the Jim Norick Arena in Oklahoma City. She faced the top 10 girl wrestlers (all classes combined) from around the state in the tournament. Madison represented Moyers School as our very first wrestler (female or male). Wilburton Public Schools in Wilburton, Oklahoma allowed Moyers to co-op with their wrestling program this year for the very first time.
In order to get to the state tournament, Madison won the OSSAA Regional Championship in her 114-pound weight class earlier this month. In that competition, Madison defeated a field of 30 top Oklahoma wrestlers in Jay, Oklahoma.
Madison has won many events and tournaments through Little Leasgue wrestling meets, coached primarily by her father, Jeremy. She has a rigorous workout routine. She works out six days a week at the Choctaw Wellness Center. She is passionate about her wrestling mission and she has spent considerable time watching video footage of the girls she faces in competition.
Though she is only a sophomore, Madison has already been contacted by two college scouts.