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Tuba City Warriors Bradley And Nockideneh Make The State All Star Team


Daniel Bradley, senior and Bryant Nockideneh, senior, TC Football Warriors from the Tuba City District have been selected by the coaches from the 3A Conference League to represent TC High on the All Star Arizona State Team. In a statement by TC Head Coach Kent Tomah,

“These two Warriors were selected for their hard work and dedication on and off the field.  They truly represent student athletics and sportsmanship in the finest sense.”  

Warrior Bryant Nockideneh, son of Regina Gorman and Bruce Nockideneh, of the Kiiyaani Clan, Grandparents are Sonny and Annie Nockideneh.

Nockideneh, is a native of Tuba City.  Spending his formative years in Page, Chinle, and Kayenta, Bryant has attended school in the Tuba City area since the sixth grade.  Nockideneh is 5’10”, at 170 lbs, and was named 2nd Team All Conference Senior, Honorable Mention All State as well as being Team Captain for the TC Warriors.  He averaged over 15 yards per catch and had 13 touchdowns.  Nockideneh is a 3rd year starter for the Warrior team.  

Warrior Daniel Bradley, son of Herman and Mary Bradley, of the Edgewater Clan, grandparents are Dan and Daisy Bradley is also a native of Tuba City. 

Bradley was born and raised in Tuba City and met up with Nockideneh in the sixth grade and they have been close friends ever since, football being their base connecting tie.   At 6’2”, and 255 lbs, he is a senior and 2nd Team All Conference Offensive Tackle. 

Bradley has been a 3 year starter for the Warriors.  He was also Team Captain this year.  TC Head Coach Tomah credits Bradley for helping Tuba City average over 200 yards rushing per game.   

Tuba City Head Coach Kent Tomah, “It has been a great pleasure to coach these fine two young men.  Even though we did not have the season we wanted, these two young men were in there to the end, as were all the other Warriors who finished this season.  It has been great to coach all of these athletes.  I look forward to another great year with the upcoming players in 2002.”  

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