This 29-year old rivalry game is considered one of the top three high school games in Oklahoma. The rivalry started in 1988 when Westmoore split from Moore. Last year, Westmoore beat Moore 51-41 in the season opener for both teams, extending the Jaguars’ winning streak in the series to 17 games. The teams meet each year in the annual “Moore War”.


Jacob Clark


Alex Wright


Alex is a three-year starter and has shown an ultimate commitment to the team. As a senior leader, Alex embodies what it means to be a Moore Lion.
Ryan Clark


Ryan has worked hard to stay at the top of his class. In the future he plans on attending college where he hopes to play football at the collegiate level and major in mechanical engineering.


Coach Wayne Estes


Coach Estes was the Jaguars’ first head coach and compiled a 151-84-3 lifetime record in 22 seasons as a head coach. He won a state championship in 1977 at Seminole and took the 1991 Jaguars to the state finals, falling just short in overtime. Coach Estes had a 6-1 record in his career. He is a member of the Oklahoma Coaches Hall of Fame.


Westmoore overcame 16 penalties for 176 yards and cruised to a 50-18 victory over Moore on Friday. Westmoore had five touchdown drives of three plays or fewer, propelled by quarterback Braxton Bohrofen and the game’s Most Valuable Player Jacob Clark. Clark won the award by touching the ball just seven times, three rushes for 20 yards and four receptions for 86 yards and two touchdowns. Two of Clark’s grabs went for 40 or more yards, including a bubble screen he took 48 yards up the right sideline.