Southmoore Sabercats Team Breakdown – Pigskin Preview 2018 – Presented by Eskridge Honda

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Quick Hits:

Quarterback Jaedyn Scott ran 22 times for 117 yards and a touchdown in a losing effort against Moore.

Southmoore scored a season high 21 points in the season ending loss to Putnam North. The Sabercats scored 21 points or more in all 22 games during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

The Sabercats will face Stillwater for the first time ever in football on September 14th.

Last 5 Years:

2017 – 0-10

2016 – 6-5

2015 – 9-2

2014 – 4-7

2013 – 6-4

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2018 brings a new hope for the Southmoore High School football team, as the team hopes to regroup and find a new mentality under head coach Jeremy Stark. The 0-10 finish a year ago is behind them and with plenty of upperclassmen on both sides of the ball, the chance waits for them to learn from past struggles. Jaedyn Scott (6-2, 205, Jr.) will be the quarterback for the Sabercats hurry-up, spread offense. Under new offensive coordinator Ty Prestidge, the junior Scott will be asked to use a variety of different playing styles, including some run-pass option and a lot of designed runs.  Lining in the backfield with Scott will be Marshall Mack (5-8, 170, Sr.) who in his senior season will definitely be relied upon to make an impact. Southmoore has eight returning starters on offense, including wide receiver Corbin Padgett (6-2, 185, Sr.) and will hope this experience can pay off. Offense is where it all needs to start for Southmoore, with a new OC and a fresh chance to make a name for themselves. 


On defense, Donovan Gaines (5-11, 195, Sr.) will be the eyes at strong safety and will need to be consistent playing against top-notch offenses in Class 6A-I. 

Brian Shomali (6-0, 270, Sr.) will be tasked with setting the edge and getting after opposing QBs at defensive end. Shomali will be key in a 3-4 defense that will want to be extremely aggressive. DJ Ware (6-0, 300, Jr.) lines up at nose guard for Southmoore, ready to help move the QB out of the pocket. Along with Shomali and Corey Callens (5-11, 260, Jr.) this D-line has some athletes that aren’t afraid to make life miserable for offenses. At linebacker, Cody Clyma (6-0, 215, Jr.) has a tall task patrolling the middle of the field for the defense. Entering his junior season, Clyma has coach Stark’s trust to be a consistent force. Coach Stark shared his thoughts on the upcoming season, as he said, “We have a lot of experience coming back this season. A lot of guys that took part in last year’s 0-10 season. These guys are excited and hungry to try to improve from last year. 


8-30 – vs. Deer Creek

9-7 – at Westmoore

9-14 – at Stillwater

9-21 – vs. Moore

9-28 – at PC North

10-5 – vs. Mustang

10-12 – at Owasso

10-19 – vs. Edmond North

10-26 – at Union

11-2 – vs. Norman North