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Hot to trot: OPRF Wrestling runs around town on Thanksgiving
Team health and happiness were on full display this Thanksgiving Day  · 11/26/2015


Robert Campos (#542) earned bragging rights.

In what has become an annual tradition for the OPRF Wrestling Huskies, the athletes (and whoever else chose to toe the line!) ran in the local Turkey Trot Thanksgiving Day Run. Robert Campos, a senior, was all smiles after finishing first.

From all of us involved with the Huskie Wrestling Family, we sincerely wish each and all of you a delightful, memorable, and safe Thanksgiving holiday.



Hornets stung: OPRF breezes past Harvard 60-6
Huskies earn a "mean thirteen" group of wins; OPRF seniors honored · 11/25/2015


Fireworks came early and often against the host Trojans. (photos by Jonna Borgdorff)  |

The Orange & Blue Wrecking Crew stormed out of the gates again Wednesday night. Tonight's victim: the Harvard Hornets. OPRF (2-0, 1-0) had all systems go and finished with a stellar 13-1 bout record on the evening..

The dual began at 160 pounds. Here's a rundown of the winners and weights: Drew Matticks (160), Chris Yen (170), Rolliann Sturkey (182), Allen Stallings (220), Christopher Middlebrooks (285), PJ Ogunsanya (106), Eddie Bolivar (113), Robert Campos (120), Anthony Madrigal (126), Gabe Townsell (132), Jack Fisher (138), Jaime Hernandez (145), and Michael Ordoņez (152). At 195 pounds, Elijah Osit battled hard but lost via pinfall.

The 60-6 dual victory marked the second consecutive (also in consecutive nights) big victory for the "Big" Huskies. On Tuesday, OPRF bounced DGN 60-3.

The evening also featured a Seniors' Night ceremony. Kamal Bey, an OPRF senior who over the summer announced a move to the Olympic Training Center, was among those who joined the festivities. Scroll below to view our photos from this warm Huskie-hearted delight. After the Harvard dual, Huskie Wrestling Family alumni and friends enjoyed relaxation...on the town!

There will be a break in competition on Thursday and Friday, but the whistles will once again blow this coming Saturday.

Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!

Event pics (by Jonna Borgdorff) | Varsity | JV-1 and JV-2




2015-2016 Senior Night Photos

(Photos by Jonna Borgdorff)



One and won: OPRF crushes Downers North 60-3
Huskies take 13 bouts, blaze to 27th consecutive conference victory · 11/24/2015


Fireworks came early and often against the host Trojans. (photos by Jonna Borgdorff)  |

Huskie Nation experienced high anticipation leading up to tonight's premiere event of the 2015-2016 IHSA Wrestling season. Last year's #1 ranked (national) and #1 earned (Illinois) squad came out in full force against West Suburban (Silver) Conference foe Downers Grove North. From the first whistle, the Huskies dominated the 14-bout dual against the Trojans. DGN managed only one match victory, and this victory was won by only one match point. In the other individual contests, Varsity feasted on a delicious baker's dozen triumphs.

The dual began at 182 pounds. Returning state qualifier Rolliann Sturkey seized his opportunity in a major way by scoring a 12-4 four-team-point decision. A newly minted Huskie, Elijah Osit, was the second to toe the line. It was a valiant debut, but Elijah fell 5-4. Starting with the 220 pound match, the dual was an Orange & Blue Wrecking Crew express train of dominance.

Defensive football guru Allen Stallings scored another bonus point victory, 18-7. At heavyweight, Christopher Middlebrooks dispatched his opponent by fall -- the first pin of what will be many on this campaign. PJ Ogunsanya, a national calibur junior, kept the party rolling with a 13-6 decision over his 106-pound rival. Heralded freshman Eddie Bolivar scored another strong victory, a 16-4 tally, before senior team leader Bobby Campos nabbed the 120-pound bout by default. Halfway home, your OPRF Huskies led 27-3.

Anthony Madrigal controlled his opponent en route to a major decision win. Stanford signee Gabe Townsell flung his weight around (132 pounds) while earning a technical fall victory. At 138, Jack Fisher delivered a pinfall victory over his matched Trojan opponent. State medalist Jaime Hernandez barely worked a sweat in another technical fall win before Michael Ordonez (Indiana signee) earned a 10-point victory at 152 pounds. Drew Matticks, a junior, took his first Varsity win of the 2015-2016 season in strong, mat-slapping fashion prior to a dynamite concluding match: Chris Yen, a 170-pound senior, engaged in a tightly battled bout for (Huskie) pride. In a thrilling fashion, Chris earned a two-point overtime decision, thus ending the Huskies' 60-3 muscling of Downers Grove North. OPRF begins the season at 1-0, 1-0 in conference.

Wednesday: at home versus Harvard.

Event pics (by Jonna Borgdorff) | Varsity | JV-1 and JV-2





Week 01 Preview: Returning state/national champions are back
The 2015-2016 edition of Huskie Pride will explode on the scene this Tuesday · 11/24/2015


Tuesday, Nov 24 Wednesday, Nov 25 Saturday, Nov 28
  @ Downers Grove North, 6:00 pm
  [All Levels]
  4436 Main St
  Downers Grove, IL 60515
  vs. Harvard, 6:00 pm
  [All Levels]
  201 N. Scoville Ave
  Oak Park, IL 60302
  @ New Trier, 10:00 am
  385 Winnetka Ave
  Winnetka, IL 60093
      @ Glenbard North, 9:00 am
  [Junior Varsity 1 & 2]
      @ Maine South, 9:00 am
Tuesday | The 2015-2016 Oak Park & River Forest Huskies will begin their season on the road at conference challengers Downers Grove North. All levels will compete. Come out to be there from Day 1!!

Wednesday | The Huskies host the Harvard Hornets. Again, all levels will compete. Why miss this opportunity to see a read hot team in action...and to buy some Huskie Wrestling Gear!!

Thursday | Happy Thanksgiving, everybody!

Saturday | Three events are on the slate. Varsity visits New Trier (Winnetka). In this quad, the highlight dual is OPRF vs. defending class 1A state champion Dakota. Junior Varsity attends Glenbard North (Carol Stream) for a tournament. The Freshman squad travels northwest to Maine South (Park Ridge) for a day's affair.



Varsity lineup for the season kickoff vs. DGN!

Sponsor Weight Wrestler Year
 Marion Street Cheese Market  106  PJ Ogunsanya  Jr.
 Kleinman Family  113  Eddie Bolivar / Robert Campos  Fr. / Sr.
 Social Haven Marketing  120  Eddie Bolivar / Robert Campos  Fr. / Sr.  126  Anthony Madrigal  So.
 Everett Wealth Solutions  132  Gabe Townsell  Sr.
 The Dailey Method  138  Jaime Hernandez / Jack Fisher  Jr. / So.
 Synergy Homecare  145  Michael Ordonez / Jaime Hernandez  Sr. / Jr.
 O'Connor Nakos  152  Drew Matticks / Michael Ordonez  Jr. / Sr.
 Community Bank of Oak Park  160  Drew Matticks  Jr.
 West Cook YMCA  170  Chris Yen / Rolliann Sturkey  Sr. / Jr.
 Get Down Lounge  182  Rolliann Sturkey  Jr.
 Carnival Grocery  195  Elijah Osit  So.
 Beacom Lawncare, LLC  220  Allen Stallings  Sr.
 Currie Motors  285  Christopher Middlebrooks  Jr.


Special sponsors: Announcing this season's sponsors list
A Huskie heartfelt thank you to all of the sponsors; full list is on the Sponsors page · 11/22/2015



With the first competition right around the corner (Tuesday, Nov 24, 6:00 pm @ Downers Grove North), we're thrilled to announce this season's sponsorship list!! Below are the sponsorship logos for all Platinum, Gold, and Silver Levels. For more information about each business or association, you can click directly onto the logo to jump to the official website. Thank you to all of our sponsors for their kind support! To the viewers, please consider these businesses and associations if you have a need or desire to do so.

We invite you to visit the full Sponsors List at our Sponsors page. You can also view it by using the left menu bar and selecting "SHOW YOUR SUPPORT - Sponsors". If you wish to add your name to the list, further details are available on the Sponsors page. Thank you again, sponsors!



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Wrestler Preview: Varsity roster at-a-glance
The 2015-2016 squad is complete, ready to compete · 11/19/2015




(Written commentary by Huskie Coaching Staff)


PJ Ogunsanya: PJ is coming off a great summer where he was a Cadet Greco National Champion! He also placed 4th in Freestyle. PJ is a junior who has worked his weight up to be a solid 106 pounder. As PJ continues to push himself in the practice room, we know he will reach his goals on the mat.

Robert Campos: Robert is entering his senior year with a lot of confidence. After being a state qualifier his freshman year, Robert has been an over-qualified JV wrestler. Last year in the Team Dual semifinals, Robert major decisioned the 3rd place finisher at state the week before. Robert put in a great offseason and preseason; we will lean heavily on Robert to provide senior leadership.

Eddie Bolivar: Eddie is a freshman at OPRF and will compete in our room every day. We expect Eddie to learn a lot this year as he transitions from IKWF, where he placed 3rd at 101 lbs., into the high school grind. Eddie has already acclimated himself with the program, putting in a tremendous preseason in the weight room and wrestling room.

Jason Renteria: Jason begins his junior year excited to get things rolling. The two-time State and Ironman finalist has big goals for this upcoming season. Jason earned All-American status in both Greco and Freestyle National Championships. Jason is a grinder and his efforts in the practice room are improving steadily. Being a junior, Jason will be expected to help guide some of the younger guys on the team.

Anthony Madrigal: Anthony comes into his sophomore year after having a very good summer. Anthony was the National Runner-Up at the Cadet Freestyle National Championships this July. Anthony is looking forward to his second year in the varsity lineup and has big goals for this season. Anthony is an exceptional technician with a tremendous amount of athleticism; his effort in the room continues to build as he matures. We are excited for Anthony's sophomore year.

Gabe Townsell: Coming off a summer where he won his second Greco National Championship, Gabe is poised for a big senior year. Gabe pushes himself to be a better wrestler on a daily basis. Gabe is a vocal leader with a work ethic to back it up in the classroom, practice room, and weight room. As a senior, Gabe will continue to push himself and his teammates to get the most out of themselves. Next year, Gabe will be attending Stanford University. The Huskie Wrestling Family is very proud of Gabe and his commitment to being a true student-athlete.

Jaime Hernandez: After earning All-State honors as a sophomore, Jamie went right back to work and earned 3rd place at the Cadet Freestyle Championships. When Jaime wrestles with confidence he's one of the best in the country. His overall effort showcases the desire he possesses for growth in and out of the room. Jaime enters his junior year with aspirations for this season. His tireless work and commitment to being a student of the sport put him in a position to be a leader.

Michael Ordonez: Michael is a newcomer to the Huskie Wrestling Family. He is a senior transfer from York High School where he was a state qualifier. Michael is looking for success in his final year of high school and the more he continues to buy into Huskie Style wrestling, those successes will come. Michael signed a letter of intent to wrestle at Indiana University. This is great for Michael and his family!

Isaiah White: Two-time state champion Isaiah White is looking to be the first 3-time IHSA State Champion in OPRF History. More importantly, Isaiah will be pushed to be a leader in his final year in the program. Isaiah is showing more maturity as we enter the season; Isaiah prides himself on being a great teammate.

Drew Matticks: Drew Matticks is a junior with a lot of wrestling experience. Drew will get a lot of experience in his first year of varsity competition. After competing in the Cadet Freestyle Championships and being involved with other national level competitions, Drew is preparing himself to be a major player in our program.

Brian Holloway: Brian is another junior who will be in the mix this year. Brian is a very athletic young man, and he is very hard to score on. He pushes his teammates to wrestle harder in the room. We look forward to watching Brian continue to grow with more varsity experience this year.

Rolliann Sturkey: Rolliann is a junior and returning state qualifier. After bumping up two weight classes, Rolliann showed his toughness and athleticism by beating many of his much larger opponents. Rolliann is also a starting safety on the football team, and he will be coming of a very successful season. As he works himself back into wrestling shape, we expect Rolliann will step in and make a push to get on the stand in Champaign.

Chris Yen: As a senior, Chris will be one of the most influential leaders in our program. Chris made a decision last spring to put everything on the line and push himself harder than ever before. The result is a young man poised to finish his career as one of the most respected workers in our program. Chris is also a talented chef, and he earned an academic scholarship to Johnson & Wales University. We are extremely proud of the young man Chris has become.

Deundre Garner: Deundre will be competing at 182 this year as a junior. "Baby Dre", as we call him, is looking for a breakout year. This will be Dre's first year of varsity competition, but he is coming off his best off-season over the past three years. Dre is a tough young man and is looking forward to success this season.

Christian Brooks: Christian is a second year wrestler. He put in a tireless effort over the spring and summer where he participated in the Cadet Greco National Championships. Christian constantly asks questions and looks to improve his wrestling. Christian will get a lot of experience as a varsity wrestler this year.


Kendale McCoy: Kendale is another one of our seniors this season. Kendale made a commitment to working his way down to 195 in order to challenge for a varsity position. Kendale enters his final season in his best shape ever. Kendale worked on conditioning and strength training all summer. This fall he split time with the marching band, where he was the drum section leader. Kendale looks forward to pushing the younger wrestlers around him.

Max McDermott: Max is in his sophomore year, but he is no stranger to the wrestling program. Max did get minimal varsity experience as a freshman last year, earning his first varsity win. Max will continue to mature and look to battle for the starting spot at 195. 

Elijah Osit: Elijah is a sophomore transfer from California. He is a big, athletic young man. Elijah worked hard throughout the summer and preseason workouts. Elijah is adjusting to life in the OPRF Wrestling program very well. Elijah puts in extra time after practices and shows a true love for the sport.

Allen Stallings: Allen is a senior coming off a football season where he was awarded the WSC Defensive Lineman of the year. Allen is a talented two-sport athlete. He has qualified for state in his first three years of high school. He's come close to placing the past two years. Last year he had to default due to injury, so Allen is looking forward to a big senior year. Allen is our "tough guy" who matches his toughness with his ambition to be a winner. We look forward to Allen leading this team and stamping himself as another great OPRF "Big Guy".

Christopher Middlebrooks: Christopher starts his junior year as the Heavyweight. Christopher is coming off a spring and summer where he earned All-American status at two national tournaments. He is a competitive young man with very good defense. Christopher worked extremely hard this fall and is excited about pushing himself to improve in and out of the wrestling room.



Schedule at-a-glance: Preview Varsity dates and opponents
With only a few tinkers to the slate, the Huskies continue to wrestle a national schedule · 11/12/2015




It's that time! My heart beats quickly even now as I write these words. As you finalize your car pools, bus rides, hotel rooms, and perhaps even plane tickets, take a look at an overview of OPRF Varsity Wrestling dates and opponents this season.

Changes from a year ago: the Huskies added an additional dual date. This date will be the Penn, Indiana, dual on January 8th. Replacing St. Rita (from week one) is Harvard High School. It will be new head coach J.D. Oliva's debut competition with the Hornets. (You may remember J.D. Oliva from Video Infinity -- the production company which has produced several of OPRF's end-of-season highlight videos.) Returning to the schedule is the Detroit Central Catholic (Novi, MI) Super Duals event. The Marmion-Montini triangular date has been removed for 2015-2016.

As for the returning dates, the Huskies look to go a perfect 6-0 in conference play. At present, OPRF boasts 26 consecutive West Suburban Conference (Silver) victories. Class 1A power Dakota lurks at New Trier on November 28. Washington High School (friends of the show) is perhaps the cream of the crop in Class 2A. We will take a trip down to Washington on December 5. Some big-time national tournaments are in our sights: the Walsh Ironman individual tournament in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, and the Clash dual team tournament in Rochester, Minnesota (shout out to Pannekoeken Restaurant!). The Orange & Blue won the Clash XIII competition a year ago.

Not listed on here are the IHSA playoff rounds. The Regionals begin on Saturday, February 6. Three weeks later, on February 27, three state champions will be crowned. The coronations will take place in Bloomington, Illinois, once again.

Please enjoy both parts of this schedule at-a-glance preview. In relentless pursuit and Huskie pride!!!


Direct Duals

Quads / Super Duals

 @ Downers Grove North*  11/24  @ New Trier  11/28  @ Walsh Ironman (OH)  12/11-12/12
 vs. Harvard  11/25  @ Washington  12/05  @ Hinsdale Central  12/18-12/19
 vs. Hinsdale Central*  12/04  @ Detroit Central Catholic, MI  01/09  @ The Clash (MN)  01/01-01/02
 @ Proviso West*  12/09  @ Sandburg  01/16  vs. Huskie Invitational  01/23
 @ Glenbard West*  01/07    
 @ Penn, IN  01/08    
 vs. York*  01/15    
 vs. Lyons Township*  01/22  * - conference opponent  

For a look at all of the competitions (some information may change), visit (il8to18 OPRF home).



(Written commentary by Brian Tideman, webmaster)

@ Downers Grove North (Tue, Nov. 24)  |  Conference Dual
Opening night pits the Trojans versus the Huskies in a WSC-S conference showdown. DGN comes in as a perennial "middle-of-the-pack" finisher in conference standings, behind strong squads in Lyons Township and Hinsdale Central.

Downers Grove North Wrestling

vs. Harvard (Wed, Nov. 25)
A new opponent for the Huskies comes in the Hornets of Harvard. This Class 1A team will make the trek north. It will be interesting to see how the proceedings unfold with a new head coach at Harvard's helm.

Harvard Wrestling

@ New Trier / Quad (Sat, Nov 28)
New Trier, Dakota, and Schaumburg. While New Trier and Schaumburg are expected to have their moments, Class 1A powerhouse Dakota will the be highlight matchup. Dakota-OPRF will be a battle of two defending state champions (Class 1A, 3A respectively).

New Trier Wrestling  |  Dakota Wrestling

vs. Hinsdale Central (Fri, Dec 04)  |  Conference Dual
In the past several years, the Red Devils have been the second-place conference rival to the Huskies (Lyons would be the first). Their team has been serviceable to quite good during this time. My early prediction is that there will be a number of high excitement matches.

Hinsdale Central Wrestling

@ Washington / Quad (Sat, Dec 05)
If you follow offseason wrestling, you may be well aware of the talents that Washington head coach Bryan Medlin brings to the table -- er, mat. With Montini sliding up to Class 3A, many wrestling observers have Washington as the #1 Class 2A team in this state. This is a tough lineup, folks. There will be other schools at this event, so OPRF will be in action for more early December fun.

Washington Wrestling

vs. Proviso West (Wed, Dec 09)  |  Conference Dual
For years and years, Proviso West has never been a threat in the conference. They have had some great athletes (some have done quite well on the individual stage), but a solid (full!) team has been hard to come by. If past results are any indication, this may be the shortest dual of the season (measured in minutes).

Proviso West Wrestling

@ OHIO / Ironman Individual Tournament (Fri-Sat, Dec 11-12)
This tournament is a national tournament -- and perhaps the national tournament -- of high caliber. What's interesting here is that not only do high schools send full lineup cards to Cuyahoga Falls, OH, but many programs only send a handful of wrestlers to compete against a loaded field. Last year, Isaiah White took home the first tournament title for OPRF. You can be sure that the Huskies will look to add a few more bracket boards and titles to their accomplishments.


@ Hinsdale Central / Whitlach Individual Tournament (Fri-Sat, Dec 18-19)
"Out of the frying pan and into the fire...." A speedy turnaround pits Varsity in another high profile tournament. This is a local affair, but it is on par with the best tournaments in Illinois. The Huskies have done quite well here, winning all three chapters since OPRF first entered the fray in 2012-2013. Around twenty-four squads will toe the line in this two day battle.

Hinsdale Central Wrestling

@ MINNESOTA / Clash Dual Team Tournament (Fri-Sat, Jan 01-02)
Many, but not all, of the nation's premier teams will trek to Rochester, Minnesota, to enter a multiple-bracketed tournament to determine a sole winner. The Huskies return to this 32 team dual team tournament as returning champs. Illinois will be well-represented here, with five additional representatives: Dakota, Glenbard North, Lincoln-Way Central, Marmion Academy, and Washington. If you enjoy selection shows, there will be one for the premier teams in this tournament. In order to spread out the team talent in early rounds, the rankings committee will pre-sort teams. OPRF looks to be seeded at or near the top.

The Clash

@ Glenbard West (Thu, Jan 07)  |  Conference Dual
Figuring out the Hilltoppers of recent has been a little perplexing. Their gridiron talent lends itself to more than a few terrifying grapplers. Is Glenbard West a rising power, or have they plateaued? An improvement in the links strengthens the chain, so let's hope that Glenbard West continues to march up that hill.

Glenbard West Wrestling

@ Penn, IN (Fri, Jan 08)
Nobody called, "No short stops!" OPRF will jaunt to Michigan for the DCC duals (see below), but on the way they will have a competitive layover at Penn High School in Mishawaka, Indiana. The Kingsmen will host the Huskies in OPRF's lone visit to the Hoosier state. Penn did quite well in the Indiana state championships from 2014-2015: they took home the team title.

Penn Wrestling

@ Detroit Catholic Central, MI / Dual Team Super Duals (Sat, Jan 09)
This is the third and final out-of-state date for the Orange & Blue. This one could be special. It's the war of the 4's: WIN's pre-preseason ranking has OPRF #4, Montini at #14, and Detroit Catholic Central at #24. The addition of big man Michael Johnson (PA) should help boost the Bronco ranking in the next edition. All Illinois eyes (and many national ones) will be on the possibility of an OPRF-Montini matchup. Will it happen three years in a row? Time will tell.

Detroit Catholic Central Wrestling

vs. York (Fri, Jan 15)  |  Conference Dual
OPRF and York have had some battles over the years. In my student years, I remember witnessing a time when the Dukes picked up a flurry of falls over our Orange & Blue Crew. In recent action, York has been an above average squad among Illinois schools but a sub-.500 finisher in the conference.

York Wrestling

@ Sandburg / Dual Team Tournament (Sat, Jan 16)
Is Sandburg our first and foremost rival? Fans, parents, and coaches could tell tales of clashes between both of these blue-colored teams. Perhaps the better question is...will OPRF and Sandburg meet? Also lurking in the grass is Marmion Academy. Some individuals have OPRF, Sandburg, and Marmion as the #1-3 teams in Class 3A (in some order). This event could showcase a preview of a medal round match at Dual Team State.

Carl Sandburg Wrestling

vs. Lyons Township (Fri, Jan 22)  |  Conference Dual

If you remember tales between Sandburg and OPRF, surely you're acquainted with lore between the Huskies and the Lions. LT has had young, talented wrestlers for some time. Well, these wrestlers are rising. Lyons may be primed to take a big step forward in their season accomplishments.

Lyons Township Wrestling

vs. OPRF / Individual Tournament (Sat, Jan 23)
I think the expression is, "The toughest little tournament in the country." That's the aim of the Huskie coaching staff. With Oak Park as a destination of programs near and far, talent is stuffed to the brim for this dandy. Lyons, Arrowhead (WI), Marmion, and Fort Zumwalt West (MO) are a few that have visited in recent seasons. The roads may be covered in white just as the action will be white hot inside 201 N. Scoville.

OPRF Wrestling

@ IHSA State Series: Regional, Sectional, Individual, and Dual Team (Sat, Feb 06-27)
OPRF's regional, sectional, and team sectional (for team qualifiers) sites are yet to be determined. In the past many years, the Huskies have had mountains of success in the state series. Once again, the Huskies will have the right to offer fourteen competitors (one in each of the fourteen IHSA weight classes) for playoff advancement. The state series culminates in in Bloomington, Illinois (shout out to the Fightin' Titans!), at the US Cellular Coliseum.

IHSA State Series



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