A special Saturday afternoon edition of the Ford Game of the Week as Edmond Santa Fe takes on Westmoore in a 6A-I District 1 matchup – Saturday, October 3rd at 1:00 pm CT. The Wolves (2-2) are currently ranked #5 in 6A-I, while the Jaguars (2-1) are just behind at #6.
The Westmoore Jaguars haven’t played a game since September 11th. Last week, they had to cancel their scheduled game with Broken Arrow due to COVID-19. The Jaguars opened the season with a 27-20 loss to Midwest City but followed that up with back to back wins over Moore (30-14) and Southmoore (34-27).
As the clock ticks off on another Moore War .. the Westmoore Jaguars have come out with their #20in20 victory over the Moore Lions.
JAGS WIN! JAGS WIN! 30-14.
🏆 ❤️🖤🤍🏈 #okpreps pic.twitter.com/acUqUclsSJ
— Westmoore Jaguars (@WHSJagsFootball) September 5, 2020
Edmond Santa Fe has clawed back to even their record at 2-2. This week they played a rare Monday night game and defeated Edmond Memorial 46-20 to win the Edlam battle. The Wolves hope to continue moving up the 6A-I standings, and they have a lot of good players to help them.
Players to Watch
The Jaguars are led by senior QB Dayton Wolfe. Against Southmoore, Wolfe threw for 321 yards/4 TD’s to defeat the Sabercats 34-27. Wolfe also caught a touchdown in the game.
Protecting Wolfe and anchoring the Westmoore offensive line is 6’5″/300 lb senior OT Garret Humann. He’s received offers from several schools including Lamar and Central Arkansas.
The Oklahoman’s staff has named Dayton Wolfe (@DaytonWolfee) its Player of the Week.
— Nick Sardis (@nick_sardis) September 15, 2020
Keep an eye on Santa Fe’s junior WR Talyn Shettron (6’3/180 lbs). He’s rated by ESPN as the #1 WR in the country and #1 top Oklahoma recruit overall for the 2022 class. Last season, Shettron had 858 receiving yards and 9 TD’s. He’s being pursued by a lot of top D1 schools including Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Texas and Auburn.
Shettron isn’t the only talented player for the Wolves. Senior WR/DB Angelo Rankin committed to Navy earlier this year and received offers from Air Force, Cornell, and Dartmouth.
The Santa Fe defense is led by senior 3-star LB Collin Oliver (6’2″/220 lbs). Oliver is a Oklahoma State commit and 247 Sports has him as the #5 ranked prospect in this year’s senior class in Oklahoma.
— Collin Oliver (@cloliver25) May 15, 2020