Victory Christian Conquerors Team Breakdown – Pigskin Preview 2018 – Presented by Victory Christian School



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Coach: Dub Maddox 

Last 5 Years: 

2017 – 10-2

2016 – 13-2

2015 – 9-2 

2014 – 9-3 

2013- 11-1 


First year head coach Dub Maddox leaves the friendly confines of Jenks High School to take over a resurging Victory Christian football program. Maddox served as offensive coordinator for several years at Jenks under head coach Allan Trimble. His offensive knowledge of the game is extensive. 

“We are excited about our senior class,” said coach Maddox. “They are a very close group that has worked hard in the summer to implement new offensive and defensive systems. Our goal is to get better each week and be a mentally tough and disciplined team that wins on and off the field.” 

The cupboards are not empty at Victory. The offensive line features center Braden Murray (6-2, 265, Sr.) and Wilberto Irizarry (6-3, 280, Sr.). Two big pieces of the puzzle up front for the Conquerors. Quarterback Garrett Williams (6-3, 205, Sr.) has tremendous potential and working under coach Maddox will certainly help bring a lot of that potential to the surface. Josh Sirleaf (6-0, 170, Sr.) is a comfort to have in the passing game for the offense. Sirleaf is a standout player with game changing talent. Running back Gabriel Byrams (5-8, 185, Sr.) is a durable back that will see plenty of action in the new system. Also look for Ethan Church (5-9, 170, Sr.) to have a productive year at slot or wide out. 

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The Conqueror defense will look to keep opposing teams guessing by using multiple front sets with guys like Shamar Forbes (6-2, 270, Sr.) plugging the A-gaps. Forbes is a monster on the inside and his play will help free up middle linebacker Asa Colbert (6-1, 190, Sr.). Colbert, a VYPE Top 100 selectee, is one of the top linebackers in the class. Outside linebacker Dane Boswell (5-11, 200, Sr.) is a sideline to sideline type player and he loves to say hello to running backs at the line of scrimmage. Tramon Hinojosa (6-0, 185, Sr.) rounds out a talented group of linebackers for Victory. The safeties are Caleb Edwards (5-11, 180, Sr.) and Rayn Stafford (6-1, 180, Jr.). Edwards will start at free, while Stafford will play the strong. Questions marks at corner will be determined as they roll through August practices. Victory is the clear favorite in 2A-3 with their toughest challenge coming on October 12th on the road at Beggs. 


8-24 – at McLain 

8-31 – vs. Rogers 

9-7 – at Verdigris 

9-21 – vs. Dewey 

9-28 – at Morris 

10-5 – vs. Haskell 

10-12 – at Beggs 

10-18 – vs. Sperry 

10-25 – vs. Kiefer 

11-2 at Caney Valley