Kingfisher: Healthy and ready...
By Robert Przybylo
Kingfisher (11-2) vs. Millwood (12-1)
When: 7:30 p.m. Saturday
Where: Yukon HS
The record says Kingfisher is 11-2, but the Yellowjackets don’t feel that way. To be honest, coach Jeff Myers and his boys have a hard time accepting the two losses.
You see both of the defeats happened with quarterback Derek Patterson out with a shoulder injury. Also, defensive stud and wide receiver Jordan Woods was banged up.
Myers wouldn’t go as far to say the 28-7 loss to Tuttle and the 17-0 defeat to Heritage Hall wouldn’t have happened anyway, but he knows his team would have made a better showing.
I don’t feel we’ve lost at full strength yet. We have a lot of confidence and there is a lot of tradition that these kids respect and want to become a part of.” – Myers
Obviously, when you think of Kingfisher, you think of defense. Names like Curtis Lofton and Jakob Gaither (among countless others) stick out. This year is no different with senior Rhett Blundell.
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