District 6A-3 football notes: Putnam City West's line play crucial; Brayle Brown could rewrite Shawnee record book

By Justin Harper and Scott Wright, Staff Writers Modified: August 26, 2010 at 8:02 pm •  Published: August 26, 2010
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Line play crucial for PC West

With several returning players in the offensive and defensive backfields, Putnam City West's progress this season will be measured by the development of their offensive and defensive lines.

The offensive front lost some crucial pieces to graduation, but players like Zac Yarber, Tyler Loudenback and Bryson Bingman are experienced blockers for quarterback Ray Young and his returning group of receivers.

The defensive line will rely on returning starters Grayson Buchanon and Cameron Sisco.

"Defensively, we're breaking in a whole lot of new players," coach John Jensen said. "We're changing to a 4-3 scheme from a 4-4, so we're changing some things, and there's a lot of learning going on with that."

Rewriting the record book

Shawnee quarterback Brayle Brown already owns all the passing records for the Wolves. Now the question is just how far will he extend them.



District 6A-3 coaches' poll

1. Jenks (13-1)

2. Broken Arrow (10-3)

3. Southmoore (11-2)

4. Muskogee (3-6)

5. Norman (4-6)

6. Shawnee (11-1)

7. Sapulpa (1-9)

8. Putnam City West (0-10)

2009 record in parentheses

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