Mike Clark

Mike Clark, who is currently the Yukon Athletic Director, was a two-time Oklahoma state runner-up at Midwest City in 1979 and 1980 and helped his team win state titles in 1981 and 1982. Clark went on to wrestle at Central State University and Oklahoma State University. He earned All-America status as a freshman and sophomore while helping CSU win back-to-back championships. Upon graduation in 1985, Clark went to work in the Moore school system and coached the Moore West Junior High wrestling team. Clark coached at Westmoore High School, Harrah High School and Midwest City High School from 1988-2004 before entering into the administration of the district. He coached 23 individual Oklahoma state champions and had a career coaching record of 108-35. Before accepting the Yukon Athletic Director position, he was the Mid-Del Athletic Director and the Assistant Director of the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, overseeing numerous sports including wrestling. Clark never really left wrestling and continues to help the sport by serving on the National Federation of High Schools Wrestling Rules Committee as well as a being certified Bronze level coach by USA Wrestling. For his continued passion for the sport, Mike Clark is honored with the 2016 Lifetime Service to Wrestling Award from the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.


Lifetime Service to Wrestling

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