Cement Bulldogs football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
4 - 5 1 - 3 3 - 2 .444 290 388

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-08-31 @ Cyril L 30 - 58
2012-09-07 @ Corn Bible L 22 - 60
2012-09-14 vs Ryan L 22 - 60
2012-09-21 @ Gracemont W 56 - 8
2012-09-28 vs Temple L 18 - 66
2012-10-05 @ Mt. View-Gotebo W 60 - 52 2 OT
2012-10-12 vs Duke W 54 - 6
2012-10-18 @ Grandfield W 28 - 20 2 OT
2012-10-26 vs Tipton L 0 - 58

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
There are no players associated with this team.

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Crossings Christian football coach adds a member of his team to his family

Nov 24, 2014
Chris and Sarah Roberts use the words interchangeably. Team is family. Family is team. But over the past few months, team and family intertwined in a way that the football coach at Crossings Christian School and his wife never would’ve imagined. They have expanded their home team by adding a member of their football family. Crossings linebacker Christian Osterhout is now part of Team Roberts....

High school QB in viral video talks about his heartbreaking mistake and the aftermath

Nov 2, 2014
After Jason Money made a mental mistake that led to his team's elimination from the state football playoffs, he learned video of the play had gone viral. He dealt with horrific insults and was then buoyed by overwhelming love and support.

Tributes: Longtime athlete and coach Gerald Benn dies at 79

Oct 20, 2014
A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience.

College football: Meet John Teeters, the Oklahoma State sprinter who has raced both Alex Ross and Tyreek Hill

Oct 16, 2014
Long before Alex Ross and Tyreek Hill cemented themselves as two of the top kick return men in the country this football season, the Sooner and Cowboy were known for their speed elsewhere. On the track. Just ask Oklahoma State sprinter John Teeters. He’s raced both.

Grandfather's tales lead DL Derek McCartney to CU

Sep 12, 2014
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — Derek McCartney used to saunter next door to his grandfather's house as a teenager to hear riveting stories.The Colorado defensive lineman never tired of listening to tales about the Buffaloes' 1990 national championship team or Kordell Stewart's Hail Mary pass in a game dubbed the "Miracle in Michigan."Then again, McCartney has quite a storyteller for a grandpa —...

Executive Q&A: Dolese Bros. Co chief Mark Helm's career cemented in ready-mix, aggregates industry

May 25, 2014
Mark Helm, president and chief executive of Dolese Bros. Co., has worked three decades in the ready-mix and aggregates industry. His career took him to Illinois, Minnesota and Colorado, before bringing him to Oklahoma 13 years ago.

Oklahoma football: A look inside Cody Thomas' two-sport spring

Apr 5, 2014
While Cody Thomas is competing for OU’s backup quarterback job, he’s also trying to fight his way into the outfield rotation for Pete Hughes’ OU baseball team.

Oklahoma basketball: Ryan Spangler's hard-earned toughness sets tone for Sooners

Feb 21, 2014
That toughness was born growing up the son of a high school football coach who now works the oil fields. It was strengthened being the youngest of three boys — Spangler's older brothers both played college football.

Tributes: Former UCO basketball coach Mark Winters dies at age 85

Feb 3, 2014
Winters guided the Bronchos to three conference championships and one NAIA Tournament appearance.

Manning's 'Omaha' shouts may be good for business

Jan 29, 2014
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Unless Peyton Manning changes his habits, the Super Bowl-watching world will get to hear "Omaha!" again and again this Sunday.The Denver Broncos quarterback's word choice at the line of scrimmage has cast a bright light on the Midwestern city over the past few weeks. Omaha has been mentioned thousands of times on Twitter and in media stories, and been visited by everyone from...

Gov. Christie on defense as NJ hosts Super Bowl

Jan 28, 2014
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Gov. Chris Christie was born and raised in New Jersey, but his football allegiance is to the Dallas Cowboys. He played catcher on his high school baseball team and has been a lifelong Mets fan, though his friends and foes alike probably would agree he governs like a linebacker.In case you missed the highlights of his exploits on the political playing field, here's how the...