Christian Schools Playoffs Preview
By Robert Przybylo
Why should all the big boys have all the fun?? With OSSAA squads fighting for their playoff lives, four Christian schools are ready for their semifinals, starting Thursday at Community Christian.
#1 Southwest Covenant vs. #4 Wesleyan Christian
SW enters as the top seed and is paced by a two-headed running back monster. In a league where having one runner is the norm, SW is fortunate enough to have two quality backs.
Wil Ross and Kyle Womack have combined for 26 touchdowns and 1,300 yards nearly split identically. Ross has 658 yards while Womack has garnered 647.
Throwing the ball is the job of Jon-Luke Ratliff. The junior has thrown for 18 touchdowns and 1,671 yards.
Womack’s been the man in terms of receptions but Scott Burner has been the big playmaker. With only 16 catches, Burner is averaging more than 18 yards per grab and has five scores.
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