Washington Warriors football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
8 - 3 6 - 0 2 - 3 .727 369 228

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-05 vs Bridge Creek W 55 - 31
2013-09-13 vs Purcell W 15 - 13
2013-09-20 @ Bethany L 27 - 48
2013-09-27 vs Frederick W 44 - 14
2013-10-04 @ Hobart W 28 - 3
2013-10-11 vs Hinton W 57 - 14
2013-10-17 @ Comanche W 44 - 0
2013-10-25 vs Mangum W 48 - 12
2013-11-01 Open  - 
2013-11-08 @ Lindsay L 3 - 31
2013-11-15 vs Lexington W 41 - 21
2013-11-23 @ Hennessey L 7 - 41

TEAM STATS

Offense
Rush Yds Rush Yds Game Pass Yds Pass Yds/Game Yards Total Yards/Game Pts Total Pts/Game
2920 265.5 850 77.3 3783 343.9 369 33.5
DEFENSE
Rush Yds Allow Allow Rush/Game Pass Yds Allow Allow Pass/Game Yds Total Allow Yds Allow/Game Allow Pts Allow Pts/Game
1911 173.7 749 68.1 2696 245.1 198 18.0

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Taylor Adkins 57 12 DE
Jarod Andrews 40 10 LB
Josh Baldwin 72 12 DL
Josh Banks 33 9 RB
Caleb Beller 5 12 LB
Tanner Bond 50 12 DE
Casey Bratten 59 11 OL
Dakota Burch 56 12 ILB
Blaze Farmer 26 12 DE
Logan Fertic 76 12 T
Brandon Frizell 8 10 CB
Sean Guerra 54 10 G
Brock Harmon 10 12 QB
Seth Hayes 25 10 LB
Keltyn Hendrix 23 11 TE
Brady Kulbeth 2 11 5-8 135 RB
Luke Ladlee 21 11 5-7 154 RB
Jake Massey 15 11 5-10 165 CB
Tyler Miller 71 11 5-11 280 G
Bo Nixon 6 12 CB
Chris Salazar 70 12 C
Tanner Shipley 11 12 CB
Glenn Stowe 12 10 QB
RJ Vaughn 35 9 DE
Andrew Wilkerson 55 10 DL

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