31st Season Highs and Lows

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31st Season Highs and Lows

Joey Ross, Staff

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Jaguars look to have an unforgettable season as they kickoff their 31st season.  Westmoore glances to have a better season than their previous one. Beginning with their in-district rivals, Moore and Southmoore. Jaguars took care of business by demolishing the Moore Lions 35-6 behind the leadership of sophomore quarterback Dayton W., who was responsible for three touchdown passes.

Looking for their third straight city title, they battled the Sabercats from Southmoore. Being punched with a 14-0 deficit in the first half didn’t shake the Jaguars as they tied the game at halftime 14-14 after senior receiver Jacob C. brought back an 85 yard punt return to the house to fire up the Westmoore Student Section. Westmoore was looking for their knockout punch as they stormed out of halftime with a 27 point second half as they defeated the Sabercats 41-20 to become city champs for the third straight year.

“It felt great to be able to bring the trophy back to the west side, it wouldn’t look better anywhere else,” senior cornerback Xavier B. said.

Westmoore looks to carry forward their undefeated season as they go on the road to match up with the Mustang Broncos. Slow start for the Jaguars as they trailed the Broncos 14-6 at the half. They look to have the same energy coming out as they did against Southmoore, but that just wasn’t the case, and unfortunately their undefeated season would come to an end as they fall 21-14.

While they look to rebound after the loss to Mustang as they would conquer their next 2 games, beating Enid in a shootout 50-35, and crushing Edmond Memorial 37-6. After suffering a devastating 69-10 loss to the Broken Arrow Tigers, Westmoore would go on to beat Yukon 35-14 on homecoming night putting their season record with 5 wins and 2 losses.

”Working as a unit, giving it everything we got at practice, going into the game mentally prepared, and not underestimating our opponent.” senior Xavier B. said.

Westmoore would travel south to Norman to take on the Tigers, sadly Jags would take another blow to their season, losing their last road game of the season 48-42.  Westmoore looks to finalize their regular season on November 1 as they meet up with the Jenks Trojans on senior night.

Jags are hoping to secure a spot in the playoffs to see how far they can go.

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