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Heavener Wolves – 2021 Pigskin Preview Feature – Presented By Tote-A-Poke



Last 7 Years:
2020 – 2-8

2019 – 1-9

2018 – 2-8

2017 – 0-10

2016 – 0-10

2015 – 3-7

2014 – 2-8 


The Heavener Wolves are looking to bounce back from a rough season a year ago. Head coach Micah Baker says that the athletes he has coming back this season have a lot of potential. “We have a really good group of young players,” Baker said. “I can see this group starting to have the kind of success that Heavener hasn’t seen in a while.” The running back tandem of PJ Ridley (5-7, 140, So.) and Jace Boehme (5-8, 145, So.) will work hard to be impactful this season, while Elijah Vaughn (6-1, 270, Sr.) will help open up holes for the backs to run through. Garrick Caldwell (6-2, 185, Sr.) will be back at tight end and work to pull in passes. 


Baker’s defense brings back seven starters from a year ago. He says that their plan is not difficult, just to disrupt the opponent’s plan. “We want to force teams to be one-dimensional,” he said. “We want to limit their ability to do what they want to do.” Dillon Moore (6-0, 165, Sr.), who will switch between defensive end and linebacker, will be one of those players that the Wolves will lean on this season. Also, defensive tackles David Moore (6-3, 185, So.) and Jacob Vickers (6-0, 245, So.) are ready to wreak havoc on the opponent’s offenses.


8-27 – at North Rock Creek

9-10 – at Valliant

9-17 – vs. Sallisaw Central

9-25 – at Cascia Hall

10-1 – at Panama

10-8 – vs. Keys

10-14 – vs. Spiro

10-22 – at Roland

10-29 – vs. Pocola

11-5 – at Vian

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