The Westmoore vs. Southmoore game is one of the most highly anticipated rivalry games in the state. The Rivalry between the two schools is known as the “Southwest Showdown” and always is a huge turnout for both schools since it’s a highly anticipated game. It’s a matchup between two 6A Schools with Southmoore having the best quarterback in the state of Oklahoma.
Preston is a 3-year letterman in football and a 2-year letterman in baseball. He loves to volunteer at Westmoore Community Church and plans on attending OU next fall.
Raymond has been a member of the football and wrestling teams since his freshman year. He is also a member of Link Crew and national Honor Society. He has won the 4.0 award every year at Southmoore. Raymond plans to attend OU and pursue a degree in Computer Science.
On Friday night, the Jaguars showed why they have the capability to be a dangerous team down the stretch. Southmoore junior quarterback Casey Thompson rushed for two touchdowns and threw for two more, with 297 yards through the air. Regarded as the best Class 6A team outside of Jenks and Union, Southmoore piled up nearly 400 yards of offense. Yet, the Westmoore defense flexed its muscle in goal-line situations — once in the fourth quarter and twice in overtime. That included blocking a 34-yard Southmoore field goal that would've won the game in the first overtime. And the Jags turned to the power run game in the second half to move the ball. Junior Garrett King, a 5-foot-11, 230-pound running back, had 116 of his 142 yards in the second half. While Bohrofen's numbers weren't jaw-dropping — 106 passing yards with two TDs, plus the game-winner on the ground — he threw only one early interception and kept the offense moving. He made a perfect read of the Southmoore defense, pulling the ball out of his running back's belly and running free into the end zone for the winning TD. The Southwest Showdown ended with Westmoore beating Southmoore with a final score of 34 to 28.
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