Frisco ISD sent 27 wrestlers to compete at the UIL Wrestling State Tournament held February 24 and 25 at the Berry Center in Cypress.
In the girls' team competition, the defending state runners-up from Liberty High School once again took second in state. The boys from Centennial High School continued their success at the state meet, finishing third in the team competition, while the boys’ team from Liberty took fourth place for the second consecutive year.
Individually, Frisco ISD saw four wrestlers crowned state champions, two boys and two girls. Gregory Coapstick of Centennial took first in the 113 lbs. division while Centennial teammate Noah Sims won the 220 lbs. division title. This was Sims’ second state wrestling championship, as he won the 195 lbs. class title in 2016. On the girls’ side, Liberty’s Martha Moore won the 119 lbs. division title and Astrid Silva of Heritage High School took home gold in the 138 lbs. division.
Second place finishers were Tyler Brennan of Frisco High School (106 lbs.), Jonathan Green of Liberty (132 lbs.), Jordan Robison of Liberty (152 lbs.), Blaine Rowe of Liberty (220 lbs.) and Logan Mize of Liberty (128 lbs.). Coming in third in their respective weight classes were Centennial’s Baylor Steward (106 lbs.), Miranda Tyler of Liberty (138 lbs. class) and Kierra Williams of Frisco High (148 lbs.).
Congratulations to all the Frisco ISD wrestlers who competed at state for continuing traditions of excellence and representing their schools and community with pride. See the full list of state qualifiers.