TMS sports briefs: Dec. 10
Warrior wretslers finish season strong
The Tonganoxie Middle School wrestlers finished their season strong Saturday at Clarke as seven Warriors obtained medals.
Clayton Himpel finished first; Ty Barton, Tyler Ford and Britton Price placed second in their weight classes; Garrett Elston and Joseph Wolf took third; and Zeke Kissinger placed fourth.
On the season, TMS was 249-145 in individual matches with 182 pins. The Warriors were 8-1 as a team at duals.
The individual season record of each TMS wrestler follows with number of pins in parentheses.
Ty Barton 16-2 (10)
Will Bond 8-13 (6)
Jordan Boudreaux 6-9 (6)
Luke Carey 14-5 (13)
Drew Cone 1-4 (1)
Gus Dent 13-2 (9)
Garrett Elston 14-4 (8)
Tyler Ford 13-6 (8)
Noah Gee 0-5
Deepak Grewal 4-5 (3)
Clayton Himpel 16-1 (7)
Connor Kietzman 9-5 (6)
Zeke Kissinger 12-3 (7)
Jordan Lentz 2-11 (2)
Zach Lentz 2-5 (1)
Shane Levy 15-3 (11)
Connor McClellan 4-3 (4)
Ronnie Meyers 4-1 (3)
Thomas Miller 10-7 (8)
Clayton Neas 6-8 (6)
Britton Price 19-1 (18)
Chantel Sample 0-9
Josh Sloan 13–5 (13)
Cody Snyder 9-5 (8)
Justin Stockman 7-4 (1)
Joseph Wolf 16-2 (12)
Tanner Woolf 4-11 (4)
Dylan Yates 16-2 (10)
Warriors 8th grade girls rolling
The Tonganoxie Middle School eighth-grade girls basketball team went undefeated this past week.
The Warriors defeated Lansing, 41-30, and knocked off Lexington Trails, 31-21.
Madee Walker led TMS with 10 points against Lansing. Jennifer Whitledge and Hannah Kemp scored eight apiece and Whitledge led the team with six steals.
Whitledge scored nine points and grabbed eight rebounds against LTMS. Molly Welsh and Kemp each had two assists. Jessica Somers, Walker and Welsh each picked up two steals.
The team finishes its season this week with a tournament at Monticello.
The eighth-grade B team also went 2-0 this past week.
TMS beat Lansing, 26-22, and Lexington Trails, 22-8.
Holly Thompson scored 10 points against Lansing and Welsh scored six.
TMS played outstanding defense against LTMS, holding its opponent scoreless in the first half.
Alyssia Miller led the Warriors with eight points and Welsh scored six.
Coaches John Korb and Chris Weller thanked the TMS parents for their support of the eighth-grade teams during the season.