District B-2 football preview: Oklahoma Christian Academy gets own field; Davenport in new territory

BY CORBIN HOSLER, Staff Writer, chosler@opubco.com Modified: July 22, 2010 at 9:01 pm •  Published: July 22, 2010
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Oklahoma Christian Academy building football field

When OCA's players take the field for their Sept. 3 game against the OKC Patriots, it will be their first on the school's first football field.

"They're pretty excited about the chance," OCA coach Keith Lough said. "We've been practicing on an elementary school field behind our place so far."

The team has previously been forced to practice and play all its games off-campus, something that hasn't been easy.

"The field we're at isn't bad and it's big enough to mark out what we need, but it will be great to have our own field now," Lough said.

Davenport unfamiliar with new district

Davenport will compete in District B-2 this year after playing last season in B-3. With the change comes a new, and unfamiliar, schedule.

"We don't really know what to expect," Davenport coach John Greenfield said. "We've had to ask a lot of questions about the teams here. It (realignment) has been kind of musical chairs."

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District B-2 Coaches' Poll

1. Davenport (10-2)

2. Fox (7-3)

3. Alex (6-5)

4. Sasakwa (8-3)

5. Bowlegs (2-8)

6. Oklahoma Christian Aca. (3-7)

7. Central Marlow (3-7)

8. Paoli (4-6)

9. Cyril (2-8)

10. Macomb (0-10)

2009 record in parentheses

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