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Class A District 5

School Colors: Red and White

Head Coach: Jimmy Hudson (0-0, 1st season)

Assistant coaches: Aaron Bland, Keenan Webb, Craig Hood

COACH HUDSON SAYS:

“We are looking to change the culture. We will eventually become a team that is hard-nosed and willing to put in the time and effort to reach our goals.”

Five Year Trend (Playoffs)

  • 2020: 1-8 (No Playoffs)
  • 2019: 2-7 (No Playoffs)
  • 2018: 4-5 (No Playoffs)
  • 2017: 4-6 (No Playoffs)
  • 2016: 3-7 (No Playoffs)

2020 REVIEW

It was a tough season for the Owls in 2020. They finished the year with a 1-8 record. Their lone win was a 24-6 victory against Ketchum towards the end of the season. In the beginning of the season, there was little to no offensive production by the Owls. On the bright side, the team seemed to improve as the season went on, finishing a few games with double digits on the scoreboard.

RETURNING STARTERS (2020 stats)

RB/LB Jacoby Jackson (Sr) 6’0”, 220 lb

OL/DL Jayden Anderson (Sr) 6’2”, 225 lb

RB/DB Andy Bradbrook (Sr) 5’10”, 160 lb

OL/DL Jalen Riggs (Jr) 6’1”, 230 lb

OL/DL Jayden Blackfox (Jr) 6’0”, 230 lb

OL/DL Caden Reynolds (Jr) 6’1”, 235 lb

WR/DB Jaden Linthicum (Jr) 5’9”, 160 lb

OL/DL Hunter Kosted (So) 6’0”, 220 lb

QB/DB Cason Rentfrow (So) 5’10”, 160 lb

OL/DL JJ Sohar (So) 5’10”, 230 lb

WR/DB Garren Jackson (Jr) 5’10”, 160 lb

QB/DB Boone Perryman (Jr) 5’10”, 165 lb

QB/DB Braxton Jones (Sr) 5’10”, 170 lb

SCHEDULE:

9/2 vs. Afton

9/10 vs. Liberty

9/17 @ Salina

9/24 @ Ketchum

10/1 vs. Pawhuska

10/8 @ Afton

10/14 vs. Wyandotte

10/22 vs. Commerce

10/29 @ Quapaw

11/5 @ Oklahoma Union

2021 SEASON OUTLOOK

Jimmy Hudson takes over an Owls program that is hoping to turn itself around after an 1-8 season in 2020. He is starting with a change in culture. Hudson identifies the camaraderie of his new team is a big strength. “They are willing to fight for one another,” Hudson says. On the other hand, the two biggest areas of improvement he sees are with toughness and physicality. This season will be an adjustment for the Owls as they are introduced to new systems on offense and defense. However, that doesn’t mean their goal is any different. “We want to put ourselves in the best position possible come playoff time,” Hudson says. “I expect our team to be well prepared, conduct themselves with class and play to best of their ability every Friday night.”