Westmoore Football Feature – Presented by Eskridge Honda

Westmoore Jaguars 

Coach: Lorenzo Williams

9-6 – vs. Moore 

9-13 – vs. Southmoore 

9-20 – vs. Mustang 

9-26 – vs. Enid 

10-4 – at Edmond Memorial 

10-10 – vs. Broken Arrow 

10-17 – at Yukon 

10-25 – at Edmond Santa Fe 

11-1 – vs. Norman 

11-8 – at Jenks 

Quick Hits:

Quarterback Dayton Wolfe threw for 282 yards and a season high five touchdowns in a 37-6 win over Edmond Memorial. 

The Jaguars enter the 2019 on a three-game losing streak. Westmoore hasn’t lost four straight games since the 2009 season. 

If you like offense, make sure to check out this year’s game between Westmoore and Norman on November 1st. The two teams have combined for 284 points in their last three meetings.  

Last 6 Years:
2018 – 5-5

2017 – 8-3 

2016 – 6-5

2015 – 4-6

2014 – 7-4 

2013 – 10-3


In 2018, the Westmoore Jaguars were young. Not to make any excuses, it’s just fact. This team and this coach will not allow 5-5 to be the norm at Westmoore. Head coach Lorenzo Williams wants a fast-paced, air raid attack on offense and he has the talent to do it. Dayton Wolfe (6-0, 205, Jr.) returns to quarterback the Jaguars after throwing for 2,189 yards with 22 touchdowns and rushing for 579 yards with 10 TDs. Wolf will look for Colby Phillips (6-3, 185, Sr.) in the passing game. Phillips had 589 yards receiving and five TDs. Jaquan Richardson (5-10, 160, Jr.) is another valuable receiver in the spread offense. Richardson had 403 yards and scored four times last season. A pair of sophomore running backs competing for playing time are Brandon Arnold (5-10, 175) and Kabrein Grant (5-10, 170). Both guys are excellent runners who can make a big difference this season. Garrett Humann (6-6, 306, Jr.) will anchor the offensive line for the Jaguars. “We were really young last year and just kind of young this year. Lots of returning starters with a lot of Friday night experience,” Williams said. 


The Jags will implement a 3-3 stack, attacking style defense this season. Nikale Davis (6-3, 235, Sr.) may be one of the more versatile guys on the roster. Davis can play outside linebacker, end and tight end on offense. Davis notched 83 tackles, 12 sacks and caused four fumbles. He had 31 tackles for loss last season. Josiah James (6-1, 190, Jr.) is the other outside linebacker that plays with passion and delivers the big hits. James had 78 tackles last season. Matthew Metcalf (5-10, 165, Sr.) is a strong safety type with 11 pass breakups and 48 tackles, while fellow safety Dejion Simpkins (5-10, 160, Sr.) had 63 tackles and eight PBUs. Koryee Wyatt (6-1, 170, Jr.) starts at corner and Josh Stewart (6-0, 255, Jr.) will work the defensive line. In 2018, Stewart recorded 28 tackles and three sacks.