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Owen Simpson, Chase Pfluger Get Individual Awards In Western Conference Tournament

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Owen Simpson Tonkawa News Jan 22 15Two-time defending state champion Owen Simpson was named outstanding wrestlers at the Western Conference high school tournament at Kingfisher Saturday.

Chase Pfluger got an award for making the most falls in the least amount of time.

Simpson, Pfluger and Bryan Jordan all took first in the tourney at 126, 145 and 285 weight divisions, respectively.

Coach Stony Fath’s team placed third in the tournament with 150 points. Chandler was first at 201 and Kingfisher second at 156.

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Tonkawa Lady Bucs Pick Up Three Straight Wins Past Week

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Tonkawa’s Lady Bucs added three more wins to their season record as the Buc boys picked up their first win in the new Event Center over DCLA Monday night.
 
The girls thrashed DCLA 70-31, Frontier 60-49 and Yale 56-21.
 
The boys beat DCLA 71-50 and lost to Yale 29-47 and Frontier 47-76.
 
Coach Joe Jacobs’ Lady Bucs are now 10-4 on the season. Coach Scott Howell’s Buc boys are 5-9.
 
“It was a good win Monday night,” Coach Jacobs said. “The girls had a solid second half. Great defense especially from Samantha Allen who shut down their point guard and Sylvia DeLodge who held their best player to six points. Emily Hoemann shot the ball well and Baylee Jacobs had a great all-around game,” he concluded.

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Lady Bucs Are Champs, Boys Fifth In Morrison Tourney

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Kneeling in front are Hannah Hembree, Ryan Schatz and Mallory Scott; middle row, trophy presenter Mike Kerry, Emily Evans, Celia Roth, Brianne O’Neil, Emily Hoemann, Baylee Jacobs, Avery Warrior, Sylvia DeLodge, Samantha Allen, asistant coach Emily DeBoard; and back row, head coach Joe Jacobs.

Tonkawa girls are champions and the Buc boys are consolation champions of the Mike Kerr Classic at Morrison.

The girls are now 7-4 on the season. The boys are 4-7. They were to play at Frontier Tuesday night, then Yale comes here Friday. Games tip off at 6:30 p.m.

Lady Buc Head Coach Joe Jacobs picked up his 50th win vs. Perry Jan. 6 in a 56-45 margin with daughter Baylee Jacobs scoring 22.

Jacobs praised his team for their efforts in the three tournament wins over Afton, Woodland and Frontier.

“We were down double digits in both the semi-final and final wins at Morrison and came back for the win,” he said, “We’re getting a lot of contributions from lots of people, not just one person.”

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Bucs Drop Twinbill To Blackwell

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Tonkawa dropped a pair to Blackwell Tuesday night, Dec. 16.

The girls fell 40-50 and the boys lost 45-62.

Baylee Jacobs led scoring in the girls game with 11 points. Sylvia DeLodge scored 9, Avery Warrior and Samantha Allen 8 each followed by Emily Hoemann with four.

Jacobs led the team in rebounds with 14 and assists with 7. She and Warrior each had two steals. Hoemann was credited with a blocked shot.

Tucker Alexander led the boys scoring with 12. Trenton McAreavey scored 10, Cristian Hernandez 8, Josh Davis 7, Kramer Britton 5 and Jackson Jacobs 3.

Alexander was 4 of 14 from three point range. Britton led the team in rebounds with 7. Davis had six. Jacobs led in assists with five. Jacobs and Hernandez each had a steal. Davis blocked two shots. Johnathan Vandermeer and Trenton McAreavey each had one.

The Bucs shot 15 of 41 from the field, 6 of 21 from the arc.

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Tonkawa Wrestlers Take 1st At Cleveland

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Tonkawas championship team at the Cleveland tournament. (Kelly Martin photo)To say Stony Fath is pleased with his wrestlers’ first outing this year is an understatement.

Tonkawa participated in the Cleveland tournament this past weekend. The Bucs recorded four individual firsts, two seconds and two thirds.

The team won the championship.

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