“It was a great scenario for us because we didn’t play great, but we still won,” Brickman said. “So they are up, but thy made enough mistakes where they come in tomorrow and know they have to pay attention to film and get better and execute.”
Southmoore was without the services of sophomore Dunya Rice, who is one of the starting quarterbacks and also one of the teams top defensive safeties. Rice tripped over a sideline bench in practice last week and twisted an ankle. Brickman expected him back this week.
Moore High also took the field Friday when it hosted Edmond Memorial at Moore Stadium. The Lions kept it pretty simple against the Bulldogs, preferring to work on its run game.
Ryan Lujun had a solid day as did Trevon Stanley, who has shown throughout camp to have the potential to be a playmaker for the Lions.
MHS will finish up its preseason Thursday when it host Putnam City at 6 p.m. Southmoore and Westmoore will both beat the Mustang Pigskin Preview at Mustang High.