High school football: Ezel McIntee leads Edmond North past Moore

McIntee rushes for five touchdowns and 212 yards on eight carries to guide the Huskies to a 49-13 victory at Wantland Stadium.
by Jacob Unruh Published: October 24, 2013
Advertisement
;

photo - Edmond North's Ezel McIntee runs against Moore during their high school football game at Wantland stadium in Edmond, Okla., Thursday, October 24, 2013. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman
Edmond North's Ezel McIntee runs against Moore during their high school football game at Wantland stadium in Edmond, Okla., Thursday, October 24, 2013. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

EDMOND — Edmond North football coach Scott Burger has been waiting for Ezel McIntee's breakout performance.

McIntee didn't disappoint Thursday night, rushing for five touchdowns and 212 yards on eight carries to guide Edmond North past Moore 49-13 at Wantland Stadium.

“That's a glimpse of what I've been hearing,” Burger said. “We've seen glimpses of it, but that was the Ezel everybody's been telling me about.”

McIntee entered Thursday's game with just 291 yards and three touchdowns through seven games.

But early in the game, it was obvious it was going to be a special night for him.

He scored on the Huskies' second possession from 1-yard out and then broke loose for a 55-yard TD run on his next carry.

McIntee later scored on runs of 60, 53 and 18 yards, with the 53-yarder earning the biggest smile from McIntee when Burger playfully asked on the sideline where that's been all season.

“I've been trying to find my groove,” McIntee said. “I've had some ups and downs during the season, but I think I found it.”

Edmond North is now 5-3 on the season and 4-1 in District 6A-3 with a big game at Midwest City looming next week.

The Huskies got off to a fast start against Moore, blocking Jordan Bernhardy's punt on the opening possession to set up a 19-yard TD reception by Luke Rossi from Stephen McClernon.


by Jacob Unruh
Reporter
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...
+ show more


Trending Now


AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    McDonald's Allegedly Fires Mom Whose Daughter Played Outside While She Worked
  2. 2
    Verizon: We track you, you get free stuff
  3. 3
    Is this Apple's new iWatch?
  4. 4
    Survey: Users unhappy with Facebook
  5. 5
    NBC Analyst Tony Dungy: I Never Would Have Drafted Michael Sam
+ show more