Recently, schools across Oklahoma have begun slowly integrating female wrestlers into junior high tournaments this season.

Recently, schools across Oklahoma have begun slowly integrating female wrestlers into junior high tournaments this season.

For one Plainview wrestler, this past weekend turned out to be her moment to shine on the big stage.

Kobie Moiser, who is a freshman at Plainview made history by becoming the first ever female to win the Outstanding Wrestler award at the junior high state tournament, which was held at the Jim Norick Arena at the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds.

This was the first time ever a girls only division had been implemented at the tournament, which also included a 6th and 7th grade division, as well as multiple participants in the 6th through 9th grade brackets.

Moiser won her individual state title at 123 pounds in dominating fashion, as she pinned Tasia Mowatt from Altus in 29 seconds.

During her semifinal match against Natasha Orozco from Harrah, she managed to win in just 1:13.

She is also the first ever female wrestling state champion to represent Plainview.

There was also success for Jeston Gilliam, who won third overall in his respective bracket, winning an overtime thriller in sudden victory against Mitch Banning from Broken Arrow by a score of 7-5 during the match for third place at the tournament.

Lane Johnson, Carson Orr, Carson Owen, Seth Fore, Rye Blackwood, Justus Gilliam, and Zane Shrader also competed at the tournament for the Plainview wrestling program.