Posted: Saturday, 05 January 2013 12:07PM

Republic's Sandridge wins best wrestler poll



SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- We asked you the fans, "Who is the area's best pound-for-pound wrestler" in this week's O-Zone poll question.  The results are in and Republic's 138 pounder Cody Sandridge is the winner, followed by Nixa state champ Joe Velliquette and Reed's Springs' Tyler Miller.  Sandridge is ranked 5th in the state, and is coming off a Kinloch Tournament championship loss to Carthage's 2nd ranked Trevor Feagans.

Poll Answer Statistics
Chase Brennan - Monett 180 Votes (10%)
Tyler Miller - Reeds Spring 264 Votes (14%)
Cody Lindsay - Ozark 105 Votes (6%)
Micah Foote - Kickapoo 18 Votes (1%)
Cody Sandridge - Republic 821 Votes (44%)
Joe Velliquette - Nixa 367 Votes (20%)
Andrew Wallace - Waynesville 11 Votes (1%)
Jeff Held - Central 7 Votes (0%)
John Oss - Ozark 78 Votes (4%)
Anthony Franicevich - Camdenton 8 Votes (0%)

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