Southmoore Football Feature – Presented by Eskridge Honda

Southmoore Sabercats  


9-6 – at Deer Creek 

9-13 – vs. Westmoore 

9-19 – vs. Stillwater 

9-27 – at Moore 

10-4 – vs. Putnam City North 

10-11 – at Mustang 

10-17 – vs. Owasso 

10-25 – at Edmond North 

10-31 – vs. Union 

11-8 – at Norman North 

Last 6 Years:
2018 – 3-7

2017 – 0-10 

2016 – 6-5

2015 – 9-2 

2014 – 4-7 

2013 – 6-4

Quick Hits:

Quarterback Jaedyn Scott posted season best numbers in a 42-31 win over Norman North. Scott rushed for 211 yards and three touchdowns and threw for another score. 

Southmoore ended a two game losing streak to Norman North evening the all-time series at four wins each. 

The Sabercats are currently mired in a longest ever four game losing streak to Moore Public Schools rivals. Southmoore last won the city championship in 2015.   


Nine players return to the offense for head coach Jeremy Stark and offensive coordinator Ty Prestidge. Jaedyn Scott (6-2, 200, Sr.) started at quarterback last season but will move to wide receiver this year. Scott had 870 yards rushing on 159 attempts and 12 touchdowns and averaged 5.5 yards per carry. Khaden Easterwood (6-0, 185, Sr.) played the wideout spot last season and will return to force the issue again this year. Easterwood had 10 receptions for 152 yards and a pair of scores. Running back Corey Durham (5-10, 160, Jr.) had 97 rushes for 296 yards and two scores last season. He is expected to handle most of the running duties in the air raid attack. The offensive line could be the strength of the team heading into the season. Zack Wertzberger (6-3, 240, Jr.) leads a talented group that includes Bradyn Kellam (6-3, 265, Jr.) and Mac Garner (6-3, 280, Jr.). All five offensive linemen started games last season. At quarterback, two guys are battling for the starting job in Denver Blatt and Noah Peters. “I am very excited about the 2019 season,” Stark said. “We have made improvements in our program the last two years. Ended the 2018 season winning two out of three games. Our program and team culture continue to get stronger and stronger each year. We have a very good group of kids that are dedicated to bringing this program back to where we were before and are embracing the challenge that lies ahead.” 


The Sabercats are transitioning from a 3-4 to a 3-3 stack. This will allow the team to have more athletes on the field and put more pressure on opposing QBs. DJ Ware (6-0, 320, Sr.) must get pressure up the middle of the defensive line and give linebackers like Cody Clyma (6-0, 220, Sr.) an opportunity to make plays. Ware had 67 tackles last season with six tackles for loss. Clyma had 75 tackles a year ago. Easterwood finished the 2018 season in the secondary with 29 tackles and two interceptions to go with his 12 pass breakups. Defensive coordinator Rodney Henning will have plenty of capable athletes to fill voids left by graduation. Look for this defense to play fast and be aggressive. Other members of the coaching staff include Chas Stover (OL), Leon Johnson (RB), Rob Willis (LB), James Seeney (DL) and Tristan Johnson (DB).