OCA: Support has lifted spirits...
By Robert Przybylo
It wasn’t exactly a dream season for Oklahoma Christian Academy in its first year in the OSSAA.
After experiencing several bumps and bruises, the Eagles got on the board with a victory late in the season.
As OCA enters Year Two, it’s no longer naive to everything. And coach Keith Lough has some optimism.
We’ve improved in every area. I’m more comfortable, the kids are more comfortable.
But maybe the biggest difference, Lough said, is with the support of the Booster Club.
The club is hosting a “Meet the Eagles” event tonight. It’s for all fall sports for OCA, but it’s with a strong emphasis on football.
OCA has a strong basketball tradition and trying to build a football one is not easy. But it’s doable, and it helps big time to know you have the support of everyone else around you.
The kids even carried themselves differently last week at our Media Day. A lot more confident look.
The Eagles have 17 players out for the team this year and return five starters from last year, most notably Parker Randell.
The season will dictate how everything goes, but expect OCA to be a lot more competitive this time around.
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