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Buffalo’s wrestling team continued its dominance of Central Ozark Conference Small Divison teams with a 57-20 win over Logan-Rogersville Jan. 24 at Buffalo. Results are as follows, with the Bison wrestlers listed first:

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The Buffalo wrestling team will host the annual Thundering Herd Tournament Saturday, Jan. 30 at the Buffalo High School Field House, starting at 9 a.m. The event will feature 14 teams, including a team from Rogers, Ark.

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From left, Rozlyn Taylor, coach Travis Dill and Keyonia Morton recently represented the Bison Youth Wrestling Club at state.

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Ty Skarin placed second in the conference tournament in the 182-pound weight class. Here, he defeats Kevin Degraffenreid of Logan-Rogersville.

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Austin Reid, who is 29-8 on the season, won first place in the COC tourney. Here he wins by a decision over Ryan Bond of Springfield Catholic.

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Blake Williamson placed third in the COC at 145, and here he grabs the foot of Brendan Roberts of Bolivar, whom he defeated.

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Keyonia Morton gets her hand raised in victory.

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This weekend the Buffalo Youth Wrestling Club traveled to Missouri State University to compete in the Eagles Lair wrestling tournament. It was a day of triumph as our hometown heroes place highly in the tournament.

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A fully focused Shane Sisco, left, a freshman, has a 22-1 record and took first place in the Butler Invitational Tournament.

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Reflex photo by Paul Campbell

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Justin Ruble went 2-1 at a recent meet.

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Buffalo’s wrestling team improved its dual-meet record to 4-0 with a 40-25 victory at Springfield Parkview Dec. 9. Results of the meet are listed below, with Buffalo wrestlers listed first:

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Reflex photo by Paul Campbell

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In what was no doubt the Buffalo wrestling team’s most dominant performance in at least a decade, the Bison outscored three opponents 219 to 27 in a quad meet Thursday at the high school field house.

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With 33 boys out for wrestling, Buffalo’s third-year coach Eric Nolan believes the Bison may be able to fill every weight class this year. Not only that, but the school also may be able to fill all spots on the junior varsity.