May 27, 2009

Southmoore Learns from Mistakes

MOORE, Okla. - Through the years Oklahoma City has continued adding high schools and further splitting up the talent pool in the state's capital city. When the Edmond schools split up, it took several years before any of the three to consistently find wins, the same for Norman. The latest split was within the Moore schools and it seems that Chris Jensen's Southmoore Sabercats have learned from the mistakes of previous expansion schools and are well on their way to a winner.

Last year the Sabercats showed off skill position talents like Kendal Thompson, Julian Wilson, Derek Serowskiand Kyaunn Thompson but struggled to find production outside of the group, particularly after Kendal Thompson's season-ending injury.

As the year has gone on they've added plenty of talent in the form or tight end/defensive end Austin Haywood and offensive center Mason Myers as well as several other players who figure to play key roles for Southmoore.

On Tuesday, Southmoore's last day of the 2009 school year, all five prospects showed off the talent to be remembered for the coming year.

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