“Now I can get rest at night, because I know we've got somebody to pick it up on the other side of the defense,” Clark said with a smile. “It's gonna be fun this year.”
Ward admittedly was frustrated that he had to leave his lifelong home of Lawton just as he reached his senior year, but he's also excited about the possibilities at Douglass, once he gets settled in.
“It's been hectic getting up here and trying to learn the plays and all that. We're still trying to get situated with the move,” Ward said. “We can do big things with this team. I think a state run is something we can be looking at.”