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Poteau wrestler signs to grapple for University of Central Oklahoma

May 15, 2013

BRONCHO BUSTER — Poteau wrestler Tyler Tustin, seated at left, signs his letter of intent with the University of Central Oklahoma in a signing ceremony Wednesday morning inside the high school. Sharing the moment are Tustin's mother, Cindy, seated at right, as well as, back row, from left — Poteau principal Cory Wood; Poteau coach Jack Hornbuckle; Tustin's father, Bret; sister, Tarah; and assistant coaches Dewayne Hornbuckle and Chris Ford. PDN photo by David Seeley

After winning state as a sophomore and a junior, and being state runner-up as a senior, Poteau wrestler Tyler Tustin was pretty much destined to grapple at the collegiate level. He made it official Wednesday morning.
Tustin signed with the University of Central Oklahoma in a signing ceremony Wednesday morning at the high school.
“I went up there on an official visit a couple of weeks ago,” Tustin said. “I felt like I was going to fit in really well there. I really liked the coaching staff and the campus — just everything about it. I just feel like I'm really going to fit in there. I'm really looking forward to it.”

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