Douglass faces tall task with Weatherford's Sawatzky
By Matt Patterson
When Class 4A No. 9 Douglass visits Weatherford, their task on defense will be simple — control Weatherford running back Kale Sawatzky who has 700 yards on the ground and five touchdowns this season.
“He’s a darn good football player, probably one of the best we’ve seen,” Douglass coach Willis Alexander said. “I’d put him in the same class as the kids at Star Spencer. He’s big, strong and fast and they do a great job of getting the football to him. We have to tackle, we have to get off them and tackle.” Douglass has plenty of weapons of its own including receiver Destin Stewart and running back Cortez Threat who had 135 yards against McGuinness last week.
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