City teams try to bounce back after tough district openers
The first slate of district games was not kind to the three Lawton high schools, each team drawing a loss last week.
Lawton High was unable to overcome turnover woes against Midwest City, MacArthur struggled to stop the Ardmore rushing attack and Eisenhower threw two interceptions that were returned for touchdowns in a loss to Woodward.
All three teams will try to right those wrongs tonight, with Eisenhower getting to return to the friendly confines of Cameron Stadium while Lawton High and MacArthur both take to the road.
Lawton High faces Edmond Deer Creek, MacArthur visits Southeast and Eisenhower hosts Northwest Classen.
Wolverines focus on protecting ball, neutralizing opposing offense
Lawton High coach Ryan Breeze didn’t mince words when citing reasons for his team’s 23-7 loss to Midwest City last week.
“We’re not going to beat anybody good turning the ball over five times,” Breeze said.
That issue has been driven into the brains of all Wolverine players this week, in hopes that the turnover bug will go away in time for Lawton High’s game at Edmond Deer Creek.