OCS: Ready for Sulphur challenge...
By Robert Przybylo
After scrimmaging the preseason No. 1-ranked team in Class 2A, Heritage Hall, No. 8 Sulphur should be no problem for Oklahoma Christian School, right?
That’s faulty logic, but coach Derek Turner definitely feels like his team is prepared for Friday night when Jim Dixon and Sulphur come to town. Part of that is because of how the team fared against Heritage.
Turner thought his defense played well against the Chargers. He said it’s always a strange situation when OCS and Heritage Hall get together.
There is a lot of familiarity among the teams and schools, but there is also that competitive drive for the programs.
Offensively, the Saints showed signs of brilliance and then signs of, well, not so much brilliance. Every team goes through it.
The biggest thing has been getting the snap back to Jack Warren. It’s only natural with a new center for there to be some bumps and bruises. It’s not something Turner is overly worried about.
I’ll be doing a lot more with OCS this week for our “Friday Night Lights” series. But I’m not giving it away that easy. You’ll have to wait and see like everybody else.
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