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High Noon Highlights (1/6): Daton Fix continues to pursue his dream

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Daton Fix has his eyes set on the Olympics:

Daton Fix and his dad went to a wrestling tournament where he was just told to learn something. From then on he knew what his dream was. To go to the Olympics.The Tulsa World include Daton in their People to Watch for 2020 series.

Derek told his son he believed the greatest accomplishment a wrestler could achieve was to become an Olympic champion. In a bold statement for one so young, Fix told his Dad that’s what he was going to be.

“I said, ‘Well, if you’re going to be an Olympic champion, son, it’s going to take a lot of effort and there are a lot of factors in it,’ ” Derek recalls. “There’s some God-given ability. There’s the people that are in your life that put hands on you, that mold you and give you the right direction to lead you on the right path. You gotta have the want-to and the toughness. There’s a lot of factors in it.” {Tulsa World}

Brennan Presley named All-State Offensive Player of the Year:

An Oklahoma State commit was given the highest honor when he was name the Oklahoman’s Offensive Player of the Year. Presley had a fantastic season and this is just adding to the list of honors.

Brennan Presley of the Bixby came away with the highest of honors as The Oklahoman named him their State Offensive Player of the Year to go with the Gatorade State Player of the Year he received the day before Bixby downed Stillwater in the Class 6A-Division II State Championship Game 40-36. He was also the Tulsa World Metro Defensive Player of the Year.

Presley got it done for the Spartans in every way possible. He finished with 98 receptions this season for 1,515-yards and 24 touchdowns. He rushed 16 times for 119-yards and a touchdown. On defense, he had seven interceptions and he returned two of those for touchdowns. He had a 98-yards kickoff return for touchdown in the win over Stillwater. {Pokes Report}

Cowgirl Basketball defeats KU 67-49 in Big 12 opener:

I was a fantastic performance for Natasha Mack and Vivian Gray as the Cowgirls beat KU in GIA Saturday. Check out the highlights here:

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