Brock Martin Finishes As A Three-Time Champ

Future Oklahoma State defensive end Brock Martin capped his high school wrestling career Saturday night with his third consecutive state championship.

Brock Martin, a senior from Oologah, didn’t waste any time on Saturday night in capturing his third state wrestling championship when he pinned the number one seed in the Class 4A west region Zane Crisp from Madill in just 20 seconds!

He told Go Pokes after the championship match that it went they way he wanted it too, quick, because due to allergies he was having trouble breathing. Check out the video, the match really was over in a blink of an eye.

Martin, the number one seed of the 4A east region, started his title run with a fall over the number four seed in the 4A west region Colton Kinnamon of McLoud at the 1:01 mark on Friday. And then in the semi-final on Friday night, defeated the number two seed in the 4A west region Zach Acosta from Clinton with a 17-1 tech fall at the 4:16 mark of the match.

Martin, a 6-3.5 senior, finished his football career with Oologah with a 14-2 record in his senior season. With the only two loses coming from Wagoner. Once in the regular season, and the other in the state championship game. The first-team All-State and Defensive Player of the Year, according to The Oklahoman, he had 152 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, 17 sacks, and four fumbles caused as a senior.

Martin committed to play football at Oklahoma State in June of 2016. He will enroll at OSU this summer and begin working out with the football program.


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