Buffalo junior pitcher David Watermiller pitched six strong innings in relief in the Bison’s 7-5 home loss on Saturday, April 18 to No. 5 ranked Chaska. Watermiller only allowed one earned run and three hits while throwing 92 pitches. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

The 2015 Buffalo High School Clay Target Trapshooting Team has 34 members this season. The second-year team will look to defend its state championship they won last spring in Prior Lake. Pictured are team members and coaches (front row, left-right): Megan Ratke, Mary Oehlke, Kaylee Reineccius, Sean Delorenzo, Captain Brandy Evens, Captain Max Hartman, Mike Miller, Wyatt Jacobson-Hanson, Cody Weber, Zach Berg, Robert Fink; (second row, left-right): Coach Mike Reineccius, Coach Sarah Hartman, Coach Warren Hartman, Anna Mundahl, Tammy Putz, Katie Brown, Austin Larson, Brady Ebnet, Max Frost, Carl Warner, Spencer Thein, Sawyer Sansevere, Braden Martino, Coach Sally Stevens, Coach Clint Potter, Coach Dan Rodelius, Coach Mark Stevens; (back row, left-right): Tyler Veches, Ben Rodelius, Ian Pappenfus, Kyle Schibonski, Carson Andrews, Wyatt Bomstad, Hunter Smith, Cam Potter, Carter Friendshuh, Andrew Grunwald, Matt Meister. Not pictured: Coach Greg Hygrell, Hannah Johnston, and Zach Lenz. (Submitted photo)

 

Bison senior Gunnar Goodmanson fired a top-score of 77 at Monticello Country Club helping the Bison claim first place in the Mississippi 8 West meet on Monday, April 20 at Monticello. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

Buffalo junior Tom Fredrickson returns a backhand shot during a rally in his No. 4 singles match on Friday, April 17 at Orono. The Bison were defeated by the Spartans 7-0. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

  

Five Buffalo High School students received special honors for their work this season. Above are, from left, Jon Thielen, Most Valuable and Coaches’ Award; Ryan Bowers, Senior Award; Sophie Lefebvre, Most Improved; Travis Wolden, Strength of the Future; and Michael Dehmer, Rookie of the Year. (Photos by Doug Voerding)

 

 

  

Seniors honored at last Sunday’s awards night for Knowledge Bowl are, from left, Jon Thielen, Ryan Bowers, Tommy Dirks, Dylan Harcey, and Evan Burandt. Seniors not pictured: Ryan Bednarek, Brandon Conrady, and Spencer Martin.