LEROY\u00a0\u2014 Tucker Fansler had an impressive season at 130 pounds for the Pine River Bucks. Fansler qualified for the state finals last weekend after placing second recently at the individual regionals. This is his junior season and a major highlight was taking first place at the Reed City Invitational in late January. \u201cI haven\u2019t wrestled as good as what I can,\u201d Fansler said. \u201cIt will take a lot of practice.\u201d He\u2019s had various other highlights during the season during other team tournaments. Fansler has wrestled varsity for three years, and said it\u2019s been his best season so far. He anticipates that 2016-17, when he\u2019s a senior, will be his best season. \u201cI\u2019m good at bottom and on shots,\u201d he said, adding he wants to work on \u201cmy top pressure.\u201d Fansler made it to the state finals last season, but didn\u2019t place. He wanted to place in the state finals this time. That didn\u2019t happen but he still has his senior season remaining. \u201cIt will take a lot of hard work,\u201d he said. The Bucks were at the team state finals at Central Michigan University and Fansler got a win, which helped his team to a 35-34 quarterfinal victory over No. 2 seed Decatur. \u201cI\u2019d say we\u2019re just as good as last year,\u201d Fansler said. \u201cI think we have a chance to do what we did last year.\u201d The Bucks were regional champs and advanced to the state quarterfinals last season. This year, they went one step further.