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WATCH: OSU Wrestling Recruit Caps Perfect 168-0 HS Career With State Title



When you talk about dominating a sport, no program does it better than the OSU wrestling program led by John Smith.

So Charles Page High School senior Daton Fix, an Oklahoma State-bound wrestler, should fit right in. He capped his perfect high school career this weekend with his fourth-straight state title, going 168-0 in his career with the Sandites. He finished it off with a pin of Edmond North’s Brandon Bright.

Fix is ranked as the No. 3 overall wrestler in the entire country, and the No. 1 wrestler at the 132-pound weight class. He picked OSU over the likes of Penn State, Ohio State, North Carolina and Nebraska.

Fix’s dad, Derek Fix, wrestled at Oklahoma State from 1989-1991.

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