By Matt Patterson
Mustang’s semi-final game with Jenks is a tough assignment, but it’s better than Midwest City’s. The Bombers face the hottest team in Oklahoma and a week after they defense was shredded by Stillwater running back Chris Perry.
Perry is arguably one of the top five high school athletes in the state. He is Oklahoma’s top recruit in wrestling, and one of the most valued in the country and on the gridiron he’s been a thousand-yard rusher the last three years. But he’s not as good as Union’s Jeremy Smith who ran all over Norman North Friday night.
Back to Mustang. The Broncos get Jenks at Broken Arrow, which is more or less a home game for the Trojans. Still, Mustang coach Ty Prestidge didn’t seem to mind.
“We don’t think that’s a big deal at all,” he said. “It’s not in our control anyway.”
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