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Tonkawa Buc Boys Finish Season 7-16

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Tonkawa Buc boys basketball finished the season with a 7-16 record.

Head Coach Scott Howell released season statistics this week.

Tucker Alexander, a junior, led scoring with 13.7 points per game. He scored 316 points. He also had 62 assists. Alexander was 83 of 250 from three point range and 25 of 62 from two point range.

Freshman Trenton McAreavey scored 226 points, averaging 9.8 per game. He led the team in rebounds with 154. Kramer Britton had 131 and scored 155 points, averaging 6.7 per game. McAreavey led in blocked shots with 11. Johnathan Vandermeer had 9.

Jackson Jacobs led the team in assists with 90. He scored 197 points, averaging 8.6 per game and also had 66 rebounds.

There were no seniors on the ball club this season.

The Bucs averaged 53.3 points per game, while giving up 59.7.

Tonkawa shot 39 percent from the field and 61 percent from the line. Tonkawa victories came over Ponca JV 70-42, Morrison 73-32, Woodland 49-45, Weleetka 61-58, DCLA 71-50, Frontier 48-46 and Medford 48-32. They lost to Frontier, Crescent, Blackwell, Garber, Cashion, Perry, Afton, Frontier, Yale, Alva twice, Pawnee, Newkirk, Chisholm, Hominy and a second time to Blackwell in two overtimes in the regular season finale.

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LADY BUCS END SEASON WITH 19-9 RECORD AT AREA

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Tonkawa’s Lady Buc basketball team ended their season Monday night with a 29-39 loss to Cashion in the Area Consolation championship at Sperry.

Baylee Jacobs led scoring for Tonkawa with 16 points.

Tonkawa ends the season with 19 wins and 9 losses.

Monday night’s game might have been much different had Samantha Allen been able to play. The Bucs had an 11-3 lead after the first quarter just before she went down with an ankle injury. Tonkawa trailed 15-17 at halftime but fell behind further in the third quarter when Cashion outscored the Lady Bucs 18-6.

Head Coach Joe Jacobs said the Lady Bucs were “playing very unselfish and well as a team.”

He also pointed to their defensive play and are “shooting the ball well.

Avery Warrior hit seven trays in the 67-49 win over Ketchum Saturday afternoon to lead the team with 25 points. Sylvia DeLodge and Samantha Allen each scored 13.

In the 60-38 win over Drumright Friday afternoon, Allen led the team with 22 points. Baylee Jacobs hit for 15 and DeLodge for 11.

The Lady Bucs were relegated to the consolation side of the area tournament, losing to Alva 43-65 in the regional finals. Tonkawa, however, was ahead 12-2 after the first quarter and the game was knotted at 21-21 by halftime.

Cashion 39 - Tonkawa 29
Cashion - 03 14 18 04 - 39
Tonkawa - 11 04 06 08 - 29
Tonkawa scoring -- Warrior 9, DeLodge 3, Hoemann 1, Jacobs 16.
Tonkawa 67 - Ketchum 49
Tonkawa - 21 17 12 17 - 67
Ketchum - 18 11 07 13 - 49
Tonkawa scoring – Brianne O’Neill 2, Avery Warrior 25, Mallory Scott 2, Sylvia DeLodge 13, Emily Hoemann 8, Samantha Allan 13, Baylee Jacobs 4.
Tonkawa 60 - Drumright 38
Tonkawa - 21 14 09 16 - 60
Drumright - 10 07 09 12 - 38
Tonkawa scoring – Hannah Hembree 1, O’Neill 2, Warrior 7, Scott 2, DeLodge 11, Allen 22 and Jacobs 15.
Tonkawa 43 - Alva 65
Tonkawa - 12 09 15 07 - 43
Alva - 02 19 24 20 - 65
Tonkawa scoring -- Warrior 5, DeLodge 5, Hoemann 4, Allen 13, Jacobs 16.

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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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wrestlers win 2 of 3 duals

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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.

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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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