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Tonkawa wrestlers won two of three duals the past week, besting Morrison 70-21 and Pawhuska 67-22, but falling to district foe Pawnee 30-40.

The season is beginning to wind down. The team will finish up at the Will Rogers Conference tournament this Friday and Saturday, Feb. 6-7, at Inola.

Then post season action begins. Dual State will be at Cushing Feb. 14. Regionals will be Feb. 20-21 and State will be Feb. 27-28.

Coach Stony Fath’s Bucs are ranked sixth in Class 3A.

Posted in 2014-15 Wrestling News

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Buc Basketballers Split In Action

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Tonkawa basketball teams go to Chisholm next Tuesday, Feb. 10. Both teams were to play at Medford Tuesday night.

In action last week, the girls beat Newkirk 46-39 behind 21 points from Baylee Jacobs, but fell to Alva Saturday 41-76.

The boys lost both contests -- Newkirk 44-56 and Alva 51-100.

The Buc teams will close out the regular season with two straight home games Feb. 13 vs. Blackwell and Feb. 16 vs. Newkirk.

District tournament will be Feb. 20-21, regionals Feb. 26-28, area March 5-7 and state March 12-14.

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Lady Bucs Third, Boys Seventh In North Country Tournament

Tonkawa Lady Bucs get some more hardware -- third place

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Baylee Jacobs scored 38 points and led the Tonkawa Lady Bucs to a third place finish Saturday in the North Country Tournament.

Her effort came in a 66-62 overtime victory over Mannford.

The Tonkawa boys team finished seventh in the tough tourney field. All three Buc opponents were ranked, according to Head Coach Scott Howell -- Alva, 8th in Class 2A; Pawnee, 6th in class 2A; and Frontier, 11th in Class A.

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Wrestling Homecoming Will Be Tonight

Wrestling royalty includes, seated from left, Dylan Mulligan and Shelby Dollarhide; standing from left, Blay Cantrell, Bryan Jordan and Owen Simpson. Not pictured is Katherine Davis.

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Tonkawa wrestlers will host Pawhuska in a dual match tonight at the Event Center. It will be Homecoming.

The midhi matches start at 6 p.m. followed by the high school.

The coronation ceremonies will occur between midhi and high school duals.

Queen candidates include Shelby Dollarhide, Dylan Mulligan and Katherine Davis. King candidates include Bryan Jordan, Owen Simpson and Blay Cantrell.

Flower girl will be Matti Bixler and crownbearer will be Barrick Wano.

Information on each follows:

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Tonkawa Veteran Information Is Needed

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      The Tonkawa high school administration has donated an area in the new event center to honor alumni who served in the military. The military committee of the Tonkawa Alumni Association is gathering information for the display, which will include picture panels showcasing military veterans who attended school in Tonkawa.

       Pictures of veterans in uniform, their dates of service and area of combat for Korea, Viet Nam, Iraq and Afghanistan can be submitted to Mike Schatz, military committee chair. A display case for memorabilia will also be part of the designated area honoring veterans. Guards and Reservists will be remembered in the display case. Information and pictures need to be submitted by June 1 so that the display can be readied for Homecoming 2015. The committee is asking that the deadline be observed because the cost of the project prohibits late additions to the panels. Also, a reference book containing interviews with veterans who chose to participate will be available. The committee will be honoring Iraq and Afghanistan veterans at Homecoming, and Schatz is soliciting stories from those veterans for the fall edition of the newspaper as well. Contact Schatz at 580-628-7181 with information. Anyone wishing to donate monetarily to the project can contact Bruce Robinson at 580-628-3844. Contact Schatz at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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