Hominy Football Feature – Presented by Indian Electric Cooperative

Hominy Bucks

COACH: Caleb Christian


2018 – 6-5

2017 – 9-3

2016 – 12-2

2015 – 12-2

2014 – 9-4

2013 – 6-6


An experienced offensive line is the strength for the Bucks this season as head coach Caleb Christian looks to continue improving coming off a 6-5 season a year ago. Amos Satepauhoodle (6-5, 300, Sr.) anchors an excellent offensive line with KC Bills (5-9, 250, Sr.) and Chance Doyle (5-9, 245, Sr.) bringing experience and power to the crew. If this offensive line can dominate the line of scrimmage, guys like Cliffy Hayes (5-9, 165, Sr.) will have a monster year at running back. “Offensive and defensive line have all started together since sophomore year,” Christian said. “They’re all tough and very coachable. Our team will follow them and their leadership. I love our culture in Hominy. Our kids are tough and committed to everything football around here. We have a big senior and freshman class, so this is a perfect year to groom the young kids for when they take Hominy tradition and run with it.” 


Tristen Johnson (5-10, 175, Sr.) accounted for 96 tackles in 2018 and is expected to have another great season. With the big boys up front, Johnson is free to roam and make plays. Davis Brown (5-9, 185, Sr.) will start at middle linebacker, where he recorded 82 tackles a year ago. Look for the Hominy defense to run multiple sets to keep opposing quarterbacks guessing at the coverage. Johnson and Brown should have a great season as the Bucks look to fight their way into the playoffs in 2019. Other players to look for include Joseph Goodfox (6-2, 175, Fr.), Malaki Brown (5-8, 200, So.), Memphis Dake (6-1, 185, Sr.) and Logan May (6-2, 162, Sr.). 


9-6 – vs. Hulbert 

9-13 – at Cleveland 

9-20 – at Barnsdall 

9-27 – at Langston-Hughes 

10-4 – vs. Drumright 

10-11 – at Pawnee 

10-18 – vs. Pawhuska 

10-25 – at Woodland 

11-1 – vs. Morrison 

11-8 – vs. Tonkawa