Week 7 and Week 10 have no highlight mark on Westmoore coach Billy Langford's calendar.
No star signifying that those are big weeks.
But maybe there should be.
Those are the weeks that the Jaguars play Tulsa-area forces Jenks and Broken Arrow, respectively, at home for the first time in team history.
Last year was the first regular-season meeting between Westmoore and those east-side teams.
“We think we represented this side of the state pretty well,” Langford said.
It'd seem so.
The Jaguars were tied with Jenks at 14 at halftime, before Jenks pulled away to score 24 unanswered points in the second half. The Jaguars, though, didn't score at all in the first half against Broken Arrow and lost 26-13.
Westmoore also played Tulsa Union last season, losing 17-14 in the playoffs.
And those all came on the road. This year, Langford & Co. only have three games away — Bixby, Putnam City and Sapulpa.
“We're ready to get it going,” Langford said.
Yet before Week 7 and 10 ever come, Langford is preparing Westmoore for the city rivalry games, Week 1 against Moore and Week 2 against Southmoore.
Westmoore will look for slot receiver and safety Lexus Lee to lead them to victory. The quarterback is still a spot being battled for between Bryson Lee and Devon Navarro. Whoever it is will be protected by 6-foot-3, 260-pound Ty Watkins.
Westmoore's biggest replacement, besides their quarterback, will be three offensive linemen.
But Langford is figuring all those positions out right now to prepare them for Week 1 and beyond.
He's not worried about his players being intimidated by any of the opponents on the schedule.
“Last year, I worried about playing a higher team,” he said. “But we were fine. They walked out there with their heads held high and they weren't intimidated.
“This year, we'll be fine.”