Putnam City schedule breakdown
With a new offense and a stalwart defense, hopes are high at Putnam City under first-year coach John Wofford. And after the Pirates’ Thursday night debut, they face a couple of familiar foes from the west side of the OKC metro, in PC North and Mustang before jumping into district play. Here’s a look at their schedule:
Sept. 3 vs. Choctaw: Modest opener for the program that hopes to climb the rankings this season.
Sept. 11 at Putnam North: Always a big rivalry game with so many familiar faces on the other side of the ball.
Sept. 18 at No. 9 Mustang: Like PC North, Mustang will provide a barometer for the Pirates’ progress in the new offense.
Sept. 25 at Westmoore: At the end of the year, this could turn out to be a meaningful game in the playoff race.
Oct. 2 vs. Lawton Eisenhower: Same as the Westmoore game.
Oct. 9 at Edmond North: Two good defenses going at it; also the Pirates’ last game away from PC Stadium.
Oct. 15 vs. Norman: The Tigers are better than last year’s 2-8 squad.
Oct. 22 vs. No. 3 Midwest City: The most athletic team PC will face.
Oct. 30 at Putnam West: Could be more than local pride riding on this one.
Nov. 6 vs. Edmond Memorial: The Bulldogs’ offensive playmakers will push the PC defense.
– Scott Wright, firstname.lastname@example.org
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