MOORE — Looking ahead to a huge Week 10 matchup with Broken Arrow, Westmoore had some kinks to work out Thursday night against Tulsa Edison.
Consider that accomplished.
The fifth-ranked Jaguars scored early and often, rolling through Tulsa Edison 56-14 at Moore Stadium to set up a showdown with District 6A-2 foe and No. 4 Broken Arrow next week for a home playoff game.
“It was very good knowing that we can always improve because most offenses at this time want to break off and be at their top notch, where we want to continually progress and not hit at our high level,” Westmoore junior tackle Rhett Hall said.
Top-ranked Jenks plays Bixby on Friday and will clinch the district title with a win, while Broken Arrow plays Sapulpa with a win keeping its hopes alive for a first-round home game.
And those games were certainly on the minds of the Jaguars, even when preparing for Tulsa Edison (4-5 overall, 1-5 district).
“This week was kind of a teaching week, kind of get everything straight, execute everything perfect, get it right so we can run on (Broken Arrow) next week and score touchdowns,” said Westmoore senior running back Kieron Hardrick, who scored three touchdowns and accounted for 161 total offensive yards against Edison.
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