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District 3A-8 preview: Atoka's L.T. Pfaff chasing records

By Scott Wright, Staff Writer, Modified: August 10, 2010 at 9:56 am •  Published: August 9, 2010

He talks about it as a side note to what he hopes is a stellar senior year, but Atoka quarterback L.T. Pfaff knows people outside the Wampus Cat locker room will be more concerned with his pursuit of state history.

Pfaff is fewer than 1,500 yards away from breaking former Owasso quarterback Paul Smith's record of 9,574 yards. He could reach the mark as early as Week 5 and could make a run at becoming the state's first 10,000-yard passer.

"I just go out and play the game, and let the numbers come after that," the 5-foot-10, Pfaff said. "Coach (Forrest Mazey) tells me to just throw the ball, get it to the wide receivers and let them make plays.

"I just try to go out and have fun."

The top targets this season for the left-handed gunslinger include B.J. Clayton — who has received some NCAA Division I attention — Trey Stephens, Caon Brooks and Jordan Harrison, all of whom are fourth-year starter.

Seminole favored in new district

This year's champion in District 3A-8 will be the first, now that Class 3A has doubled in size from its previous four districts.

And Seminole is the coaches' pick for the district title, despite a 4-7 record a year ago in Class 4A against a schedule that included seven top-10 teams in their respective classes from 3A-5A.

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District 3A-8 coaches' poll

1. Seminole (4-7)

2. Stigler (8-4)

3. Eufaula (2-8)

4. Atoka (6-5)

5. (tie) Valliant (8-3)

5. (tie) Idabel (2-8)

7. Spiro (5-6)

8. Hugo (5-5)

Note: 2009 record in parentheses


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