VYPE MAGAZINE ANNOUNCES THE 2021-22 SHELTER INSURANCE MR. & MISS WRESTLING AWARD WINNERS: CAMERON STEED FROM COLLINSVILLE & KI’EISHA CATHEY FROM BROKEN ARROW
TULSA, OK (April 20th, 2022) – VYPE Magazine and Shelter Insurance are proud to announce the winner of the Mr. and Miss Wrestling Oklahoma Award, Cameron Steed of Collinsville, and Ki’Eisha Cathey of Broken Arrow. Steed becomes the fifth wrestler to win the coveted award and Cathey is the second Miss Wrestling Oklahoma, both from Broken Arrow High School.
The Shelter Insurance Mr. Wrestling Oklahoma Award recognizes the outstanding athletic achievements of Cameron Steed and the high standards of athletic excellence and exemplary character demonstrated on the mat, which distinguishes Steed as Oklahoma’s best high school wrestler this season.
Steed finished the season by winning the Class 5A state title at 152-pounds and finishing 48-2 on the year. The win marked the fourth state title for Steed during his high school career (2019, 2020, 2021, 2022). Steed was a member of the four-time dual state championship teams at Collinsville.
VYPE Magazine Publisher Austin Chadwick said of Steed, “We have watched as Steed became one of the more dominating wrestlers in the state. By having a guy like him in the wrestling room, the team got better. He is a credit to the school and the coaching at Collinsville.”
Steed joins former Mr. Wrestling award winners; Daton Fix-Sand Springs (2017), Zane Coleman-Choctaw (2018), Konner Doucet-Comanche (2019), and Eli Griffin-Cascia Hall (2020).
Congratulations to Cameron Steed of Collinsville – 2021-22 Mr. Wrestling Oklahoma.
The Shelter Insurance Miss Wrestling Oklahoma Award recognizes the outstanding athletic achievements of Ki’Eisha Cathey and the high standards of athletic excellence and exemplary character demonstrated on the mat, which distinguishes Cathey as Oklahoma’s best high school female wrestler this season.
Cathey finished the season strong, winning the state title at 235-pounds. The win marked the third state title for Cathey during her high school career. Broken Arrow girls wrestling head coach Cassidy Jasperson has two Miss Wrestling Oklahoma recipients and is expected to have another strong team in 2022-23. Cathey also helped the team to three state championships.
VYPE Magazine Editorial Director Brad Heath said of Cathey, “If girls wrestling had started one year prior, Cathey would be our first four-time state champion. What she has done on the wrestling mat is a credit to her abilities, desire to win and to the Broken Arrow wrestling program.”
Congratulations to Ki’Eisha Cathey of Broken Arrow on being named the 2021-22 Miss Wrestling Oklahoma.
For more information on the Shelter Insurance Mr. & Miss Wrestling Award, please contact Brad Heath at email@example.com.