Quarterback Bryson Lee says he hasn't had to worry about whether or not his targets will be open. His only concern has been making sure he spreads the ball around to keep them all happy.
“I definitely think a lot about trying to get the ball to all of them,” Lee said. “They all deserve touches, and on any given play they're probably all open at some point. For me, it's about understanding what they all do well so I can throw it to whoever I like in that spot.”
Westmoore opens district play this Friday with a trip to No. 10 Bixby (3-0). The Jaguars' impressive start has earned them some respect, but they're well aware beating a Tulsa-area school on the road can send a strong message to the rest of Class 6A.
“Until someone knocks off Jenks or Union for the gold ball, that area of the state is going to be the SEC of Class 6A,” Langford said. “So, yeah, going up there to play Bixby is a game we can use to make a statement.”
A win Friday would put the Jaguars in position to compete with 6A powers Jenks and Broken Arrow for the 6A-2 district title.
“I've talked to our guys about how winning Friday will put us into position to have some really big games the rest of the way,” Langford said. “We've done some good things so far, but we've got a chance starting now to possibly make this season special.”
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