MOORE — At 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds, Cody Feuerborn isn't built like a fullback, but he runs like one.
The Westmoore senior running back kept pounding and pounding and — with the help of a stout defensive performance — carried the Jaguars to a crucial 30-6 victory over Putnam City on Friday night at Moore Stadium.
There were Senior Night festivities and major playoff implications, but as much as anything, Westmoore coach Billy Langford wanted to see his team respond to a lackluster performance in a 38-15 loss to Edmond North last week.
"And they did," Langford said. "I'm very proud of them. Last week, everything went so wrong, and tonight was the opposite of that — everything went so right. They battled through and persevered and came in here with confidence."
"Last week wasn't Jaguar football," added senior lineman Tyler Newton. "We came out and played Jaguar football this week."
Feuerborn finished with 254 yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries.
"He runs so hard and so physical," Langford said. "He's a competitor. He squeezes every inch out of every play."
Westmoore quarterback Trevor Thompson threw for two TDs on 11-of-18 passing for 108 yards to atone for a five-turnover game a week ago. He managed the offense well, controlling the ball to keep PC's high-scoring offense on the sideline. The Jaguars ran 69 offensive plays, 21 more than the Pirates.