High school notebook: Dickson football off to best start in school history

by Scott Wright and Jacob Unruh Published: October 12, 2013
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Dickson coach Jeremy Reed was ready to see some changes for the better with the program.

The Comets installed a new offense before the season, turning to the triple option. During Friday night's 35-7 win against Madill, it worked to near perfection as the Comets improved to 6-0 for the first time in school history.


“We made a wholesale change in a lot of ways this offseason that have really, really paid dividends,” Reed said. “We're excited where we're at.”

Dickson rushed for more than 400 yards and in the process kept Madill's offense off the field as it totaled just 24 plays.

The Comets have just six seasons in school history that they have finished at .500 or above.

Reed credits the senior leadership of the Comets, including four-year starters Shawn McClellan, Chanler Tower and Collin Potter.

“It's been a tough place football-wise for years,” Reed said. “This is my third season and it just amounts to that the kids have bought into doing things in a unified way. We have a great senior class that's leading the charge.”

BETHANY, SEMINOLE RAISE OVER $7,000 IN TCC BOWL

The students of Bethany and Seminole high schools raised about $7,200 for children with disabilities in the fourth annual Children's Center Bowl Friday night at Bethany.

Seminole won the District 3A-2 game 41-0. The game capped a month-long effort at the two schools to raise money and awareness for children with complex medical and physical disabilities. Students sold T-shirts and held coin drives to raise money for The Children's Center.


by Scott Wright
Reporter
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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by Jacob Unruh
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Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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