Santa Fe: Wolves banged up heading into Edlam...
By Robert Przybylo
No teams can afford to have injuries. But in Class 6A with not nearly as many kids out as some of the other programs, Edmond Santa Fe certainly had to avoid the injury bug.
It hasn’t. Coach Bruce Gowen said the Jenks Preview really took its toll on some of his kids, especially the big boys on the offensive line.
We lost a couple of kids at positions that, you know, we really couldn’t afford to lose kids at. But we’re definitely fired up.” – Gowen
Gowen said he hasn’t made a decision yet on whether senior Paul Bronson or junior Ty Hensley will be the starting quarterback. He said it might end up being a game-time decision.
After losing to Edlam rivals Memorial and North last year, the Wolves are even more pumped to get to work Friday against the Bulldogs (I’ll be there).
First game adds some distractions. Going against Memorial brings even more distractions, but Gowen said the team had a great practice Monday.
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