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Norman North Timberwolves 


9-5 – vs. Norman 

9-13 – at Stillwater 

9-20 – vs. Edmond Santa Fe 

9-27 – at Mustang 

10-4 – vs. Moore 

10-11 – at Owasso 

10-17 – at Putnam City North 

10-25 – at Union 

11-1 – vs. Edmond North 

11-8 – vs. Southmoore 

Last 6 Years:
2018 – 2-8

2017 – 7-4 

2016 – 12-1

2015 – 7-4 

2014 – 5-5

2013 – 7-4 

Quick Hits:

Norman North carries a five-game winning streak into this year’s district showdown with Mustang. The Timberwolves have scored an average of 53 points against the Broncos in those contests. 

The Timberwolves win total of two was the lowest since the 2005 season. Yet Norman North has won 52 games since the inception of Class 6A-Division 1, four more than any other west side school. 

Running back Blaine Martin torched Edmond North for 327 yards on 23 carries and two touchdowns in a 41-12 Timberwolves win over the Huskies.   


Head coach Justin Jones enters the 2019 season with a renewed hope for his football team after spring practice came to an end. “2018 was a challenging year for everyone associated with our program,” Jones said. “We hope that in 2019 we are consistent in our effort and our execution. We are going to have to come together and stay together as we navigate the 2019 season. I can’t wait to watch these players and this staff navigate the 2019 season.” Jackson Remauldo (6-2, 180, Jr.) has the job of guiding this offense through the rough waters of District 6AI-2. Last season Remauldo threw for 543 yards on 44 completions and rushed for 138 yards and a pair of touchdowns. He will look to a battery of players at the skill positions to help advance the chains. Running back Gabe Trevillison (5-10, 180, Jr.) had 71 rushing attempts for 318 yards and two scores last season before suffering a broken collarbone. Jake Roberts (6-5, 235, Sr.) at tight end caught nine passes for 98 yards and a score. Roberts is a Division I prospect and a VYPE Top 100 athlete. Blaine Martin (5-8, 172, Sr.) is another running back in the lineup. Martin amassed 674 yards on 113 attempts with four TDs. Malachi Gatewood (6-2, 165, Sr.) and Cale Cabbinness (6-2, 166, Sr.) are two big bodied receivers with good speed and hands. Luke Switzer (6-0, 185, Jr.) adds depth to the receiver position and should see plenty of time on the field. Logan Furnish (6-4, 290, Sr.) anchors the offensive line. 


A few key positions must be replaced on the defensive side of the ball. One name people should know is Jake Landers (5-11, 215, Sr.) at linebacker. Last season Landers tallied 65 tackles and a sack. Look for Landers to be a leader on the field for the Timberwolves this season. Jachin McDonald (6-3, 212, Sr.) is a long defensive end with excellent range off the edge. He grabbed 27 tackles and two sacks in 2018. Gatewood will pull double duty and start in the secondary with Joshah Bowie (6-0, 176, Sr.). This is the first year for Bowie to start on defense. Jones is hoping for a fast evolution of his defense as they face the daunting task of taking on the high-powered offenses of Class 6AI.