Redshirt freshman Marcus Coleman celebrates after winning his match against Anthony Montanona of Oklahoma on Friday.

Iowa State wrestling battled against Oklahoma on Friday night against Oklahoma and ended up with its sixth dual win in a row by a team score of 25-6.

Redshirt sophomore Alex Mackall started the dual at 125 pounds against Oklahoma redshirt junior Christian Moody. Mackall earned his team three points with a 10-4 decision.

At 133 pounds, redshirt freshman Austin Gomez was down 2-0 after the first period but turned it around by earning eight points in the second period to top Tony Madrigal of Oklahoma, 8-2.

At 141 pounds, redshirt sophomore Ian Parker picked up a win by 4-3 decision over No. 11 Dom Demas in overtime.

Redshirt sophomore Jarrett Degen was the first Cyclone loss of the night by 12-5 decision to senior Davion Jeffries.

Redshirt junior Chase Straw lost another for the Cyclones by 9-7 decision to redshirt sophomore Justin Thomas which helped the Sooners cut the lead to 9-6.

After intermission, Cyclone freshman Logan Schumacher topped redshirt junior Hayden Hansen by 5-0 decision at 165 pounds.

At 174 pounds, redshirt freshman Marcus Coleman came back from a 12-0 deficit to beat redshirt freshman Anthony Mantanona 17-14.

Redshirt sophomore Samuel Colbray defeated redshirt senior Kayne MacCallum at 184 pounds by 14-4 major decision.

At 197 pounds, redshirt senior Willie Miklus won 6-5 over redshirt freshman Jake Woodley thanks to over three minutes of riding time.

At heavyweight, redshirt sophomore Gannon Gremmel won a bout over redshirt freshman Jake Boyd by 6-1 decision.

Iowa State heads to Stillwater, Oklahoma, next to take on Oklahoma State on Sunday.

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