Wrestling Homecoming Set Tuesday

Beverly Cantrell - December 14, 2021 7:09 am

Po-Hi Wrestling-
The annual Ponca City Wildcat wrestling team Homecoming is scheduled for Tuesday in Robson Field House. The coronation will be between the junior high and varsity duals with Perry. The event is sponsored by the Wildcat Wrestling Takedown Club. The junior high dual is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. and the varsity is set at 7 p.m.
Tootie Bales has been selected as the freshman attendant. She is the daughter of Robert and Kelly Bales. Her grandparents are J. R. and Michelle Bales, Stephanie Ward and Tom and Debbie Pugh. She has one brother, Gavyn. Escorting Tootie will be freshman Jaxon Goddard, son of Bobby and Haley Goddard. His grandparents are Tony Goddard, Robin Bellmard and Lily Bellmard. He has three younger siblings, Gwyneth, Lilliana and Sage. Lily Godfrey is the sophomore attendant. Lily is the daughter of Junior and Aimee Godfrey. She has two older siblings, Hannah and James. Her grandparents are Donna Barnard, Steve Barnard and Clarence Godfrey. Escorting Lily will be sophomore Christopher Kiser, son of Letticia Deitas and Kevin. His siblings include twin brother Cameron Kiser, junior high cheer captain Katrina Kiser, alumni Wildcat wrestlers Trenton Newlin and Lane Newlin, current teammate Landon Newlin and sister Donna Newlin. He is the grandson of Kathy Deitas, the late Ruben Deitas, Terry and Tracy Poor, the late Steve Kiser and David Newlin. He is the great-grandson of Pat and Pauline Ormsby.
Rikki Baird is the junior attendant. She is the daughter of Angie and Rick Baird. She is the youngest of her siblings, including Lindsay Kyle, Laci Williamson, Teresa Briggs, Lucas Baird and Amanda Engster. Her grandparents are Erma Buck and Jean Baird. Escorting Rikki will be junior Tanner Greenfield, son of Eric Greenfield and Lacey Hodges and grandson of Tammy Taylor. Tanner has two younger siblings, Brian and Layla.
The Queen Candidates are seniors Autumn Leist, Jill Jackson and Virginia Bryce.
Autumn Leist is the daughter of April and Jerry Adams. She has two older sisters, Amber Self and Ally Leist. Her grandparents are David and Bevery Pedigo and Lorene Adams.
Jill Jackson is the daughter of Scott and Ann Jackson. Her grandparents are Nany and Gery Shepard and Janet and Ronald Jackson. Her siblings are Max, Grant and Reed Jackson.
Virginia Bryce is the daughter of Rick and Cheryl Bryce and the granddaughter of Marilyn and Rick Bryce. Her siblings are Rick Bryce and Ellen Bryce.
King candidates are seniors Alex Hodges, Ayden Kreger and Landon Newlin.
Alex Hodges is the son of Lacy Hodges and the grandson of Tammy and Toni Hodges. He has two siblings, Alexis Hodges and Trent Chavez.
Ayden Kreger is the son of Thelma and Andy Kreger, grandson of Sara Kreger and Betty Hill and the sibling of Lyric Chandler.
Landon Newlin is the son of Tamara and Jason Newlin. His siblings are Trenton Newlin, Lane Newlin, Chris Kiser and Cameron Kiser. His grandparents are David Newlin and Doris Weatherly.
The flower girl for the ceremony will be Mackinley Wolf. Mackinley is in the second grade and is the daughter of Dylan and Lindsey Wolf and Cody and Tabbitha Spencer. Her grandparents are Rholda Wolf and Julie Arnswald and she has a sister, Jill and a brother, Grayson.
Presenting the queen her sash will be Sundy Fisher. Sundy is in kindergarten and has a brother Jase. She is the daughter of Tom and Jessica Fisher. She is the granddaughter of Dean and the late Sandy Plagemann and Mark and Susan Fisher.
The crown bearer for the King will be Isaac Garrison. Isaac is six and in kindergarten. He is the son of Benjamin and Shonda Garrison and has a brother, Liam. His grandparents are Dave and Susie Moser and Paul and Ellen Garrison.
Carrying the queen’s crown will be Carter Backus. He is a junior member of the Po-Hi wrestling team. He is the son of Craig Backus and Kelli Kinkaid. He is the grandson of Cheryl Kinkaid and the later Dr. David Kinkaid.
 

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