District 6A-3 notebook: Jenks still strong without Jarrett Lake

MATT PATTERSON Modified: September 1, 2009 at 4:40 am •  Published: September 1, 2009
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/> "Our strength is up front with the line and the running backs and fullbacks,” Memorial coach Tony Daniels said. "Our weakness is the passing game. We completed less than 50 percent of our passes last year.”

BIG THINGS EXPECTED FROM DEATON
Sand Springs made the playoffs for the first time in awhile, thanks in part to the play of quarterback Johnny Deaton (6-3, 200). He produced 3,383 yards and 29 touchdowns. The Oklahoma State oral commit struggled at times during the Jenks Trojan Preview last week, but Deaton teamed with Terrance Dixon, who should help alleviate some of the pressure.

As a side note, the Sandites’ line will need to keep Deaton healthy. He suffered two ankle injuries this summer.

BY MATT PATTERSON


District 6A-3 Coaches Poll
→1. Jenks (12-2, 2008 state runner-up)

→2. Broken Arrow (9-3)

→3. Sand Springs (6-5)

→4. Muskogee (7-4)

→5. Bartlesville (5-5)

→6. Claremore (4-6)

→7. Tulsa Memorial (3-7)

→8. Sapulpa (0-10)


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