West metro football notebook: Cashion's Dexton Robertson healthy for senior year

The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior offensive lineman has been starting for Cashion since he was a freshman, but injuries the last two years have kept him off the field for substantial portions of both seasons.
BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND ED GODFREY Published: August 25, 2012
Advertisement
;

Cashion's Robertson healthy for senior year

If it hadn't been for a couple bad injuries, you probably would have heard a lot more about Cashion's Dexton Robertson by now.


The 6-foot-5, 300-pound senior offensive lineman has been starting for Cashion since he was a freshman, but injuries the last two years have kept him off the field for substantial portions of both seasons.

“He has rehabbed extremely well,” coach Lynn Shackleford said. “He looks as good as he's ever looked.”

Robertson will be needed to protect returning quarterback Ty Reasnor, who has improved his overall game and has Cashion ready to make a run at a gold ball.

SPEED VITAL FOR CRESCENT OFFENSE AND DEFENSE

Crescent football will look a little different this season.

“We are going through a change in offensive philosophy and what we are doing because we lost a ton of size,” said Crescent coach J.L. Fisher. “We are going to have a lot of speed coming back. Our skill positions are very strong. We are going to do a lot more spread stuff than we normally do.”



Trending Now


AROUND THE WEB

  1. 1
    It’s harder to be a poor student in the U.S. than in Russia
  2. 2
    Man fatally stabbed in west Tulsa early Sunday
  3. 3
    How brain imaging can be used to predict the stock market
  4. 4
    Bridenstine tours Fort Sill, satisfied with facility's transparency
  5. 5
    10 Most Popular Wedding 'First Dance' Songs
+ show more