February 21, 2007 Edition

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Hoxie has two signees

Sonya and Tim Stocker look on as their son, Byron, signs his letter of intent to play for Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

Diane Dauck watches as her son, Jeremiah, a senior at Hoxie High School, signs his letter of intent to play for the Oklahoma Panhandle State University Aggies.

The Hoxie Football Program saw two of its own sign letters of intent last week to play for Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

Jeremiah Dauck and Byron Stocker both signed to play for the OPSU Aggies on Feb. 7.

Stocker had 76 tackles and two sacks for the Mustangs in 2006. He also had 24 pancake blocks from his offensive guard position. He is the son of Sonya Stocker and Tim Stocker.

Dauck had 74 tackles and five sacks from his defensive end position and 18 pancake blocks from his offensive tackle position. He is the son of Diane and Johnny Dauck.

Their football honors include being named All-State and All-Conference in 2007.

Dennis Truxler, superintendent at Hoxie, said the program has had 10 football players sign full athletic scholarships in the past eight years. This is the third consecutive year for players to sign full scholarships.

"This is a result of Coach Tom Sears working countless hours putting together highlight films, calling college coaches and taking his players on recruitment visits," Truxler said.

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