This was a huge rivalry as these two schools split apart from each other in 2008. The series record was even going into the game. Both schools share the Moore Schools Stadium as a home field, along with the other school in the city, Moore High School. Eleven-thousand people showed up for this game between the Southmoore Sabercats and the Westmoore Jaguars.


Casey Thompson


Garrett Bennett


Garrett Bennett is a 2 1/2 year starter at linebacker and also a deep snapper. He has also lettered in baseball. Garrett is a member of St. Andrews United Methodist Church. He has been a part of several community outreach opportunities such as Skyline Urban Ministry, Stop Hunger Now, and Disaster Recovery and Relief Programs. He has also volunteered as an Upwards sport coach.
James Addison



Andrew Long


Dahu Jones


Athletic Director of Westmoore John Burrus, accepting the award for Dahu Jones, he is preparing to play Tennessee tomorrow as a member of Oklahoma.


Things started out as a back and forth affair, with both teams scoring on each of their first two possessions. Things were shaping up to be a shootout as after one quarter of play Westmoore held the lead at 14 to 13. The second quarter was dominated by the Sabercats as they scored twenty-one unanswered points to take the lead 34 to 14 going into the half. The second half started how the first half ended, with the Sabercats scoring another fourteen unanswered points. Starting the 4th quarter Southmoore held a decisive lead of 48 to 14. With the commanding lead the Sabercats started to play more conservatively and letting several of their back-ups into the game. Westmoore, however fought until the end as they added one more score to make the final score, Southmoore 48 and Westmoore 21.