“Lawton is a great football team — very disciplined and hard on the run,” Adams said. “They have a pretty good defensive line and secondary. We really need to be aggressive, limit our penalties and just go out and play our game. Also have everyone do their jobs and play together.”
It’s not a lack of talent the ‘Cats have to worry about. It’s whether they believe they can knock off a tough team on the road. They were confident they would beat the Wolves, but when the time came they found themselves trailing by 20 in the first quarter.
“This is a great challenge, being that they are the number one team in the state, but when we play our game and execute I feel as if we are unbeatable,” Stallings said. “Southmoore has always been known for, and is continued to be known for, athletes. We will match up with them very well in that regard if we play our assignments. If we do that, our horses will be able to run in the open.”
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