Ponca City High School Football Players and Coach Selected OCA 6A All Stars

Gayle Williams - January 29, 2020 12:26 pm

Pictured left to right: Coach Mike "Nord" Nordquist, Simeon Faagai, Eli Wohl and Lennox Suneagel

Ponca City Senior High School has been notified that three Wildcat football players have been selected by the
Oklahoma Coaches Association (OCA) for 6A All Stars by class and a coach who was on the selection
committee. The following Wildcat football players:
Simeon Faagai 6’0/320 Senior Offensive Linemen
Simeon has played every position on the offensive line during his career as a Wildcat. He was selected as the
District 6A-II Offensive Linemen of the Year in 2019. Simeon is also a member of the track team and plays in
the Po-Hi Orchestra as well.
Lennox Suneagle – 6’2/190 Senior Offensive Linemen
Lennox is a 3 year starter for the Wildcats and a mainstay on defense. Lennox finished his career with 359
career tackles and 141 in his senior season. Lennox is also a member of the Po-Hi track team.
Eli Wohl – 5’9/185 Senior Defensive Back
Eli is a 3 year starter for the Wildcats. Eli started on both sides of the ball and played on special teams as
well. Eli has 319 tackles and 13 interceptions in his career at Po-Hi. Eli is also a Top 15 baseball player in the
state of Oklahoma.
Mike Nordquist – PCPS Assistant Head Football Coach/Running Backs
Mike Nordquist is in his second season as an assistant coach for the Wildcats. Coach “Nord” just finished his
first season as the Assistant Head Football Coach and served on the OFBCA All Star by Class Selection
Committee for 6A East.
Head PCPS Football Coach Scott Harmon said, “We would like to congratulate these Wildcats and thank them
for their hard work a dedication to the PCPS football program. WILDCAT WAY!”

 

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