Hartshorne Football Feature – Presented by First National Bank of McAlester



2018 – 3-7

2017 – 5-5

2016 – 7-5

2015 – 9-2

2014 – 11-2

2013 – 9-2


The Miners have a solid group of skilled but still very young players returning led by quarterback Bryson Cervantes (5-10, 165, So.). Hartshorne possesses unusual depth for a smaller school at running back where they can hand it off to any combination of Micah Baker (6-0, 180, Jr.), Javen Shaw (6-0, 200, Jr.) or Dallas Colbert (5-9, 160, So.). The bulk of Hartshorne’s experience and leadership will lie in the offensive line where Zane Teafatiller (5-8, 210, Sr.) and Sean Camp (6-0, 210, Sr.) will again take up residence. The receiver positions will be one of the first orders of business for early days of fall practice as the Miners are looking for youngsters to step up there.


Defensive depth will be a concern for the Hartshorne coaching staff at the start of the season as most of the names that appeared on offense will also be called upon to play on the defensive side as well. Teafatiller and Camp will be on the D-line along with Ethan West (5-10, 180, Jr.), Baker and John Beauchamp (5-10, 180, So.) man a couple of the linebacker spots and Cervantes will do double duty at the safety position. The Miners will have to avoid injuries to a very thin lineup and quickly bring along some youngsters to fill in the gaps. The very young defense will probably have to rely on the offense to put up some points and play ball control while they play catchup at least in the early part of the season.


9-6 – vs. Stigler

9-13 – vs. Spiro

9-20 – at Henryetta

9-27 – at Atoka

10-4 – vs. Eufaula

10-11 – at Antlers

10-17 – vs. Valliant

10-25 – at Wilburton

11-1 – vs. Hugo

11-8 – at Heavener