The fifth-ranked Bulldogs smothered No. 8 Edmond North’s offense that was short its starting quarterback Friday night, nearly going the entire game without allowing a first down in a 35-0 shutout at Wantland Stadium.
With both David Wright and Caileb Booze making the move to outside linebacker for the Huskies, they decided it was time for an interview. Wright grabbed the mic at The Oklahoman‘s Media Day and asked Booze a few questions about the season, which starts Friday for the Huskies against city rival Edmond Santa […]
BY JACOB UNRUH, Staff Writer | Published: Mon, Sep 1, 2014
Edmond North made the Class 6A quarterfinals — falling to Tulsa Union — but they showed improvement on both sides of the ball throughout the season. Now, even with a load of new faces on both sides of the ball, there is hope they can show even more improvement this season.
Edmond North senior Caileb Booze is generally always smiling.
But after Thursday’s scrimmage at Putnam City West, he was smiling more than usual due to a successful debut at outside linebacker.
Booze was a nuisance for both Deer Creek and Putnam West’s offenses, gathering multiple sacks, hurrying each quarterback and even covering some receivers.
He wasn’t alone, either. Senior David Wright was also impressive in his outside linebacker debut, intercepting a pass from Deer Creek’s Julian Hoskins.
“They’re big bodies, they can run well, they’re hard to throw over and they can come set the corners on the run,” Edmond North coach Scott Burger said. “That’s what we have to have with this
Rallying on Saturday by winning titles in No. 2 singles (Jaci Smith) and No. 2 doubles (Katie Liszewski and Hayley Morgan), Edmond North finished as co-state champions with Jenks on Saturday afternoon at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.
Edmond North’s Hayden Wood and Hobart’s Brad Dalke each had a chance at birdie on the final hole of the Terra Cotta Invitational that would have forced a playoff, but both had to settle for second place.