“Cayden's work ethic was really something I looked up to and tried to match,” Reasnor said. “Probably didn't, but I tried as much as I could.”
But to Cashion coach Lynn Shackelford, Reasnor has replaced them admirably.
“He's been what you want from a quarterback, from a leader,” Shackelford said. “Someone that you can depend on that's going to try to make everybody else around him better, and that's what he's done and he's reaped the rewards this year.”
Cashion has also reaped the rewards, making its first semifinal appearance under Shackelford.
And the Wildcats will throw the ball Saturday. After all, it's what they have always done.
“It's like anything else,” Shackelford said. “If you go to Wynnewood, their younger kids are learning how to trap block and running wing-T stuff. Here we're going to throw it. There's no magic recipe to it.”