Midwest City Bombers football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
3 - 7 1 - 5 2 - 2 .300 289 351

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-08-30 vs Edmond Santa Fe L 42 - 50
2012-09-07 @ Stillwater L 18 - 21
2012-09-14 vs Del City L 28 - 29
2012-09-21 vs Norman North L 27 - 66
2012-09-27 @ U.S. Grant W 61 - 0
2012-10-05 vs Putnam North L 27 - 63
2012-10-12 @ Lawton Eisenhower W 22 - 3
2012-10-18 vs Yukon L 17 - 42
2012-10-25 @ Edmond North L 14 - 49
2012-11-02 vs Moore W 33 - 28

TEAM STATS

Offense
Rush Yds Rush Yds Game Pass Yds Pass Yds/Game Yards Total Yards/Game Pts Total Pts/Game
1965 196.5 1589 158.9 3554 355.4 289 28.9
DEFENSE
Rush Yds Allow Allow Rush/Game Pass Yds Allow Allow Pass/Game Yds Total Allow Yds Allow/Game Allow Pts Allow Pts/Game
1952 195.2 1119 111.9 3071 307.1 351 35.1

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
LaDean Allen 11
Anthony Barclay 11
Delquise Benefee 11
Zac Brannon 12
Meli Brewer 12
Kesean Brown 11
Justin Cooper 11
Carlos Freeman 12
Tyler Fuller 12
Bryan Hartfield 11 6-0 186
Ray Hernandez 12
Jordan Huff 11
DeJai Johnson 10 5-11 265
Qualan Johnson 12
Brandon Jones 11 6-0 281
Dawson Keith 12
Connor Kinsey 11 6-2 217
Kameron Martin 10 5-10 185
Kilby McGuire 11
Devin McLelland 11
Cornell Neal 12
Ja'von Pettite 10 5-11 300
Randell Phillips 12
Payton Richards 12
Tyquae Russell 11 6-1 190
Victor Sanders 12
LaRon Scott 12
LaDarius Seals 12
Dante Sezar 11
Eli Wilson 10 5-10 190
Demeco Wright 10 5-8 150

Midwest City football News

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High school sports: Carl Albert baseball coach Wayne Dozier resigns

Jul 3, 2015
MIDWEST CITY — The architect of one of the state’s top baseball programs walked away from his post earlier this week. Carl Albert coach Wayne Dozier officially resigned as baseball coach Tuesday, he told The Oklahoman. The resignation ends a 17-year tenure that saw the Titans capture five state championships, win more than 550 ballgames and produce six professional baseball players. “It’s just...

High school coaching legend Jerry Potter dies at 89

Jun 20, 2015
Potter, the father of the Putnam City football dynasty of the 1970s, died Friday night, five weeks and one day shy of his 90th birthday. A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Church of the Servant at 14343 North MacArthur Boulevard in Oklahoma City.

High schools: Boys Big All-City Track first-team athlete capsules

Jun 15, 2015
Demeco Wright, Midwest City Event: 100 meters Class: Senior The story: The speedster, who also played a vital role for the Bomber football team, took third at state with a time of 10.74.   Robert Charlton, Edmond Memorial Event: 200 meters Class: Senior The story: One of the state’s fastest athletes the last two years, Charlton medaled at state in the 100 and 200, taking silver in the 200...

How OU pole vaulter Tanner Williams went from scared teenager to fearless gay rights advocate

May 23, 2015
The young man who 17 months ago leaned across the table at a popular Mexican restaurant and whispered to tell his best friend his deepest secret is now the first openly gay, NCAA Division I athlete to publicly announce his marriage.

Oklahoma football: Sophomore wide receiver K.J. Young dismissed from the team

May 17, 2015
Perris, Calif. native dismissed for violating unspecified team rules

High school notebook: Northwest Classen's Tyritta Dixon signs with Brown Mackie

Apr 24, 2015
Dixon signed her National Letter of Intent at Northwest Classen on Friday with Brown Mackie College in Salina, Kan., to play basketball, adding another positive step in her journey from homelessness.

High school notebook: Del City quarterback Terry Wilson gets Nebraska offer

Apr 21, 2015
The offer is the biggest so far for the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Terry Wilson, who also has offers from Indiana, Houston, Memphis and four other programs. Colorado is also showing strong interest recently.

High school notebook: Southmoore's Noah Jones offered by Texas Tech

Apr 20, 2015
Jones, No. 11 on The Oklahoman's Super 30, is primarily a defensive end prospect but could play a variety of positions at the next level.

Oklahoma football notebook: Incoming safeties could see early action

Apr 12, 2015
Oklahoma’s top three safeties — juniors Ahmad Thomas, Hatari Byrd and sophomore Steven Parker — have all made progress this spring and played well in Saturday’s Red-White Game. But after that, the Sooners are currently pretty thin at those positions. The second-team defense Saturday mostly featured walk-on safeties, meaning incoming freshmen Will Sunderland (Midwest City), Kahlil Haughton...

Oklahoma State basketball: Why the legend of Bryant 'Big Country' Reeves lives on

Apr 4, 2015
O-State claims a Heisman Trophy winner and football heroes galore. The world’s greatest wrestler and golfing champions. Even a transcendent giant on the hardwood half a century before Big Country. But no OSU athlete ever resonated with Cowboy fans like Bryant Reeves.

Oklahoma high school sports signing list: April 4, 2015

Apr 4, 2015
A look at Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college sports as of April 4.

Collected wisdom: Latricia Trammell, Oklahoma City University women's basketball coach

Mar 21, 2015
Tuesday night, Latricia Trammell coached Oklahoma City University to its second consecutive NAIA women’s basketball national championship. Friday morning, she was already thinking about the next challenge and the next season.

High school notebook: Mustang QB Chandler Garrett gets first offer

Mar 18, 2015
The 6-foot-5, 210-pound Garrett, The Oklahoman’s Big All-City Offensive Player of the Year last season, received his first scholarship offer on Wednesday, from Air Force.

High school basketball: His look may have changed, but Edmond Santa Fe assistant Tommy Griffin's coaching message stays the same

Mar 10, 2015
Tommy Griffin is assisting Lenny Hatchett at Edmond Santa Fe, which plays Jenks at 8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Class 6A state quarterfinals at Skiatook High School. Griffin coached Classen to state titles in 1975 and 1980; coached John Marshall to state championships in 1996 and 2000; coached his sons Blake and Taylor to state titles at Oklahoma Christian School in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007.

Class B boys: Lookeba-Sickles edges Tipton in overtime

Mar 5, 2015
MIDWEST CITY — Lookeba-Sickles didn’t get the drama of a last-second game-winning shot, but will gladly take a 64-58 overtime victory against Tipton in the first round of the Class B boys state basketball tournament Thursday at Carl Albert High School. Second-ranked Lookeba-Sickles’ Bryson Lierle just missed a 15-foot jumpshot at the buzzer in regulation […]

Readers share their letter jacket stories

Feb 28, 2015
Numerous stories about letters and letter jackets came to The Oklahoman after a story last month about a lost letter jacket that had been found. Here are a few of our favorites.

Transfer to Tulsa brings former Edmond Santa Fe star Khari Harding closer to father

Feb 28, 2015
After learning in late December that his dad Corie was battling cancer for the second time, Khari Harding made the difficult decision to transfer from Auburn to Tulsa.

NewsOK Varsity Podcast: Breaking down the 2016 Super 30

Feb 19, 2015
Welcome to the NewsOK Varsity podcast with high school writers Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid. Each week, the writers will discuss the hot topics across the state in high school sports. You can subscribe to the weekly podcast on iTunes by clicking here. NewsOK Varsity 2-17-15 <—CLICK THERE: Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and […]

Switch manufacturer predicts more 'rockin' rocket' products

Feb 14, 2015
A 1977 University of Oklahoma electrical engineering graduate, David Posey today is leading the reed switch manufacturing company his parents started from their home in Chickasha 47 years ago. Today, HSI Sensing employs 200 and weekly ships 50,000 to 100,000 custom-made parts worldwide.

Oklahoma high school athletes college signing list: Saturday, Feb. 7

Feb 7, 2015
A look at the Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college sports.

Oklahoma high school athlete signing list: Feb. 4, 2015

Feb 4, 2015
BASEBALL Andrew Bolen, Silo (Arkansas) Brady Bradshaw, Noble (Crowder) Blake Brewster, Moore (OU) Chase Burgess, Jenks (NEO) Riley Cabral, Carl Albert (Chipola College) Joseph Corbett, McGuinness (Ark.-Little Rock) Joel Davis, Midwest City/Seminole St. (Texas A&M) Jonathan Davis, Edmond North (Ark.-Little Rock) Aiden Doherty, Deer Creek (NSU) Jackson Goddard, Holland Hall (Kansas) Dylan...

Football recruiting: Westmoore wide receiver Dahu Green flips to Sooners

Feb 2, 2015
Green, who had been committed to Washington State for less than a month, flipped to Oklahoma on Monday. He announced his decision on Twitter.

Multi-sport Oklahomans: A look at some football stars from Oklahoma who excelled at multiple sports

Feb 1, 2015
A list of some notable multi-sport athletes from Oklahoma high schools who went on to have standout careers in college and beyond.

Oklahoma roots make native Cowboy and Sooner football players alike proud

Jan 31, 2015
Former Oklahoma high school stars Billy Bajema, J.D. Runnels and Kye Staley voice their opinions on playing college ball in state

A look at why Oklahoma and Oklahoma State don't recruit more Oklahoma high school athletes

Jan 31, 2015
The number of native Oklahomans to sign with either football program out of high school has been small the past several years. In 2014, there were only 23 scholarship players from Oklahoma on the two teams combined.

High school football: The Oklahoman's Super 30

Jan 18, 2015
It’s the final Pre-Signing Day Edition of The Oklahoman’s Super 30.

High school notebook: Former Southmoore receiver Isaac Whitney lands at USC

Jan 17, 2015
The 6-foot-4, 195-pound Whitney verbally committed to USC last month, where he’ll have three years to play out his final two seasons of eligibility. He had 11 scholarship offers from Power 5 conference teams, and took official visits to Cal, West Virginia and USC before announcing his decision.

2014 Oklahoman All-State football team: A closer look at the first-team defense

Jan 4, 2015
Learn more about the first-team All-Staters, including Defensive Player of the Year Marquise Overton of Jenks.

NewsOK Varsity Podcast: Class 3A championship preview

Dec 18, 2014
Welcome to the NewsOK Varsity podcast with high school writers Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid. Each week, the writers will discuss the hot topics across the state in high school sports. You can subscribe to the weekly podcast on iTunes by clicking here. NewsOK Varsity 12-10-14 <—CLICK THERE: Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and […]

NewsOK Varsity Podcast: Looking at Class 2A, Class A title games

Dec 10, 2014
Welcome to the NewsOK Varsity podcast with high school writers Scott Wright, Jacob Unruh and Trent Shadid. Each week, the writers will discuss the hot topics across the state in high school sports. You can subscribe to the weekly podcast on iTunes by clicking here. NewsOK Varsity 12-10-14 <—CLICK THERE: Scott Wright, Trent Shadid, and […]