Moore Lions football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
1 - 9 0 - 5 1 - 4 .100 189 403

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-06 @ Westmoore L 6 - 37
2013-09-13 @ Norman L 30 - 45
2013-09-20 vs Southmoore L 14 - 58
2013-09-27 @ U.S. Grant W 54 - 16
2013-10-03 vs Putnam North L 23 - 31
2013-10-11 @ Lawton Eisenhower L 21 - 47
2013-10-17 vs Yukon L 14 - 35
2013-10-24 @ Edmond North L 13 - 49
2013-11-01 vs Norman North L 14 - 49
2013-11-07 vs Midwest City L 0 - 36

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Austin Arnett 32 11 6-0 140 WR
Jordan Bernhardy 17 12 6-1 161 QB
Lance Biswell 80 12 6-2 165 P
Larry Briggs 40 12 6-0 180 DE
Myles Brown 93 10 6-0 225 MLB
Dalton Bruno 36 12 6-0 160 WR
Tyler Buckles 44 12 5-9 191 MLB
KJ Carrethers 10 10 5-5 146 WR
Canaan Cook 69 12 6-1 230 G
DeVonte Cooper 24 11 5-7 155 S
Kenrick Cravens 70 11 6-4 275 DT
Sverri Finsson 12
Cody Greene 55 12 5-6 195 T
Casen Haddox 7 12 6-2 170 CB
Micah Haggerty 18 12 5-8 150 CB
Blake Hodges 25 12 5-7 155 WR
Ryan Lujan 21 12 5-8 8 RB
Tyeson Neals 89 11 6-4 240 DE
Braydon Neidel 62 11 5-11 251 DT
Carlton Robertson 11 12 6-0 185 WR
Kendrick Robinson 9 12 5-11 175 WR
Trey Simpkins 5 11 6-0 173 S
James Snodgrass 43 11 5-10 191 OLB
Evan Sprayberry 2 12 6-1 185 OLB
Will Sprayberry 12
Trevon Stanley 3 12 6-0 180 WR
Mason Vaught 11 6-2 212
Austin Wilbanks 11 5-11 170
Dalton Witherspoon 10 5-9 150

Moore football News

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1975 OU linebacker Jamie Thomas dies

Apr 29, 2015
Jamie Thomas wasn’t supposed to be a starting linebacker on the 1975 Oklahoma football team. But the fifth-year senior became the second-leading tackler on a national championship team. Thomas died on April 20 in Denver of pancreatic cancer. “I hated it,” said Thomas’ OU coach, Barry Switzer. “He was one of the good ones. He […]

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.

Questions and Answers with Bob West on his career as News sports editor

Apr 11, 2015
Bob West has moved on in his life.Thursday yhe Port Arthur News sports department for the first time since 1972 no longer had West as a full time employee.It was about a month ago when these questions were first presented to West and instead of a story it was correctly determined the best way for the answers is for Bob West to once again on a Sunday say it in his own words.So how did you get to...

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.

High school notebook: Del City's Terry Wilson among football players to receive offers

Mar 17, 2015
Del City’s Terry Wilson improved his scholarship offer list to four Monday when Memphis became the latest to extend an offer to the dual-threat quarterback. He isn’t the only player from the state picking up interest lately.

Southmoore's Shelbi Shackelford becomes first female to place at Oklahoma large schools powerlifting meet

Mar 17, 2015
Southmoore junior Shelbi Shackelford finished fourth overall in the 132-pound division, becoming the first female to place at the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association event.

Family, community remembering teen cancer victim

Mar 5, 2015
DOTHAN, Ala. (AP) — "I still feel like I'm in a dream and it's not true," Alicia Hayes said.Yet every morning, Hayes and her husband Frank arise knowing their only child is no longer in their presence."You just have to keep putting your feet in front of you and keep going," the mother said. "Somehow you make it through."Cody Hayes was a strong, vibrant teenager who loved sports. He was a center...

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.

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.

Wake Forest focuses recruiting class on offensive skill

Feb 4, 2015
Dave Clawson had a better idea of what his Wake Forest program needed this signing day.Clawson announced a 23-player recruiting class on Wednesday that was heavy on offensive skill players.He took the Wake Forest job in December 2013 and had only about two months to build his first recruiting class.With more time to construct this year's class, he could better tailor it to the Demon Deacons'...

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...

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.

‘Spare Parts’ makes a case for the value of America’s undocumented teens

Jan 14, 2015
“Spare Parts” is a pleasant enough run-of-the-mill outsiders-beat-the-odds dramedy in the “Race the Sun” mold.It’s about undocumented high school kids who enter a big robot-building competition, and make a splash in that state most hostile to illegal immigration — Arizona. So it’s a little more concerned with making a statement than with covering new ground in an original and entertaining...

High school notebook: Ringling's Riley Daniel receives K-State offer

Jan 9, 2015
Baylor, Texas Tech, Tulsa, North Texas and Houston are also pursuing Daniel. With only three weekends remaining before National Signing Day on Feb. 4, Daniel has a limited amount of time to visit the campuses of the schools he’s considering.

Lindsay woman shoots largest non-typical whitetailed deer ever killed by a woman in Oklahoma

Jan 3, 2015
Erica Gantz Keen’s non-typical buck that she killed in McClain County during the deer gun season has a green score of 230 7/8. When it is officially scored after the 60-day drying period it likely will become the biggest non-typical ever taken by a woman in Oklahoma.

For many Capitol Hill alumni, the nickname Redskins is a point of pride, not derision.

Dec 15, 2014
For the better part of nine decades, youngsters on the south side of the city couldn’t wait to go to Capitol Hill. The school was among the area’s best both athletically and academically, and everything about it was a source of pride. That includes the mascot and the nickname that the Oklahoma City Public school board voted to remove.

High school notebook: Kansas, Wyoming snag recruits from Oklahoma

Dec 14, 2014
Kingfisher senior Jace Sternberger is already buying into what new Kansas coach David Beaty envisions. Sternberger was one of two Oklahoma football players to announce their verbal commitments Sunday on Twitter. Putnam City defensive end Chris Pogi posted that he had committed to Wyoming.

Conlan, Thomas inducted into College Hall of Fame

Dec 9, 2014
NEW YORK (AP) — Shane Conlan played high school football in western New York on teams with some linemen who weighed 140 pounds.He was discovered by longtime Penn State defensive coordinator Tom Bradley, who decided to offer the 170-pound kid from Frewsburg a scholarship after watching him play basketball.Conlan proved he belonged at his first college practice, and Bradley's faith in him was...

High schools: Winners and losers from the Class 6A split

Dec 7, 2014
The first season of football with the Class 6A split has come and gone. Some folks, like the 14 schools in 6A-I not named Jenks or Tulsa Union, will tell you nothing changed. Some folks, namely, Bixby and a few others, will tell you everything changed.

High school notebook: Edmond Memorial's Kristian Doolittle commits to OU

Dec 2, 2014
Oklahoma basketball picked up its second commitment for the 2016 class Tuesday when Edmond Memorial small forward Kristian Doolittle committed to the Sooners.

More state lawmakers voice support of Douglass

Dec 2, 2014
State legislator Bobby Cleveland has been at the forefront of the legislature’s investigation into the OSSAA, and now he has joined the group of lawmakers showing support for the Douglass football team, along with a few other state representatives. Here is the news release from a group of state legislators Tuesday afternoon: A bipartisan group of […]

Broadcast schedule for football championship games released

Dec 2, 2014
Fox Sports Oklahoma and Cox Communications today announced television plans for this weekend’s OSSAA state championship football games. The 6A Division I championship pitting Jenks and Tulsa Union from the University of Tulsa at 7 p.m. Friday will be televised on Fox Sports Oklahoma Plus because of an overlap with the Oklahoma City Thunder-Philadelphia 76ers NBA game on...

Douglass-Locust Grove: Why Locust Grove should agree to replay the game's last 60 seconds

Nov 30, 2014
One more reason why I’d like to see the Pirates do the honorable thing. I care about the kids of Mayes County. And while winning a state championship would be great for Locust Grove, even greater would be teaching a bunch of teen-agers that doing the right thing is never a wrong way to go.

Oklahoma high school football Week 4 playoff pairings

Nov 29, 2014
Championships Class 6A-I At Univ. of Tulsa Friday, 7 p.m. Jenks (10-2) vs. Tulsa Union (11-1) Class 6A-II At Moore H.S. Friday, 7 p.m. Bixby (11-1) vs. Lawton (11-1) Note: Neutral site, date and time TBA Class 5A Skiatook (12-1) vs. Lawton Mac (12-1) Class 4A Wagoner (10-3) vs. Oologah (8-5) Class B Laverne (12-0) vs. Alex (13-0) Class C Cherokee (12-0) vs. Tipton (13-0) Semifinals Note:...

OSSAA sets championship, semifinal locations, dates

Nov 29, 2014
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association announced the sites and dates for next week’s state championship and state semifinal football games across the state. No games will be played at Oklahoma State this season due to the contract expiring following last season. Instead, games are placed in neutral locations determined by the location of teams […]

High school notebook: OSSAA sets championship, semifinal sites, dates

Nov 29, 2014
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association announced the sites and dates for next week’s state championship and state semifinal football games across the state. No games will be played at Oklahoma State this season due to the contract expiring following last season. Instead, games are placed in neutral locations determined by the location of teams playing. The Class 5A championship...

News 9: Moore High School Band Marches In Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade

Nov 28, 2014
A metro high school marching band was in the spotlight on Thursday marching in Chicago's Thanksgiving Day Parade, News 9 reports. The Moore High School band found out about the honor about six months ago and had three short weeks after football season to prep for Thursday's march ...

Walk-On Wednesday: Sophomore DT Kane Snowden

Nov 26, 2014
NORMAN—Kane Snowden was sitting at the Cate Center on OU’s campus eating a meal when his phone rang. It was a friend who’d gone through walk-on tryouts with him not long before. “Congratulations Kane,” the friend said. “No. 59 on OU’s football team.” It didn’t take long for the tears to start streaming down Snowden’s […]

High school notebook: Class 6A-II championship between Bixby and Lawton to be at Moore

Nov 23, 2014
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association announced Sunday morning that the inaugural Class 6A-II state championship football game will be played at Moore Stadium at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 5.

Oklahoma high school football third-round playoff pairings

Nov 22, 2014
A look at the next round of matchups.