Nine Buffalo wrestlers qualified for the state tournament this weekend in Columbia by placing in the top four in their weight divisions at the district meet in Versailles.
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:
Buffalo’s wrestling team amassed 280.5 points and easily won its own Thundering Herd Tournament Saturday. The annual tourney featured 15 varsity teams.
Buffalo’s wrestling team is now 15-1 in dual meets after cruising to three victories in a quad meet last week. Highlights are as follows, with Bison listed first:
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.
It was incorrectly reported in the Jan. 20 issue of the Reflex that Ethan Smith was the only Bison wrestler that won first place in the Republic Tournament.
The Buffalo wrestling team, which lost only one senior to graduation after nearly winning conference, got off to a good start with a dual-meet victory over Hollister and a fourth place finish among 22 teams at the Pleasant Hill Tournament.
The Bison Youth Wrestling Club took five state qualifiers to St. Louis March 21. The tournament resulted in Buffalo’s first state champion in school history.
Last week was about as good as it gets for the Buffalo wrestling team, which won its own Thundering Herd Tournament and three dual meets over Logan-Rogersville, Warsaw and Springfield Catholic.
Buffalo’s wrestling team swamped three opponents - Hillcrest, Central and Diamond - on Jan. 13 to improve its dual record to 14-3. The Bison ripped Hillcrest 42-19, Central 50-24 and Diamond 60-12.
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.
In a home three-team meet Thursday, the Buffalo wrestling team defeated Osage 52-20 and lost to Marshfield. The Bison are now 11-3 in dual meets, with two of the losses being to Marshfield.
Buffalo’s wrestling team won its first six duals of the year before finally losing to Versailles in the Versailles Tournament Dec. 13, which featured dual meets.
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:
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.
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.