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Edmond North Huskies


8-30 – vs. Yukon 

9-6 – at Edmond Santa Fe 

9-13 – at Edmond Memorial 

9-20 – OPEN 

9-27 – at Putnam City North 

10-4 – vs. Owasso 

10-11 – at Moore 

10-17 – vs. Mustang 

10-25 – vs. Southmoore 

11-1 – at Norman North 

11-8 – vs. Union 

Quick Hits:

The Wolves schedule is a back-loaded murderer’s row with four straigh games against contending teams. Santa Fe averaged 38 points per game in the first six contests and only 15 in the final four. 

This will mark the 10th straight season the Wolves have faced Yukon. Santa Fe has won eight straight in the series and owns an all-time 14-1 advantage over the Millers. 

Santa Fe earned its second victory in three years over Westmoore 24-6. The 2018 win was only the thrid in eleven tries against the Jaguars.  

Last 6 Years:
2018 – 0-10

2017 – 3-7 

2016 – 1-9

2015 – 4-6 

2014 – 3-7

2013 – 7-5 


The Huskies of Edmond North are ready to erase the memory of 2018 and reboot all systems for 2019. Head coach Tanner Roof is looking forward to getting the season underway as the Huskies have worked hard in the offseason to raise their level of play in preparation for another tough schedule. Colby Entwistle (6-3, 200, Sr.) played in eight games last season and put up excellent numbers. He completed 147 passes for 1,770 yards and eight touchdowns. His production landed him a spot on the VYPE Top 100 list. One player Entwistle will look for in the passing game is Jack Cheap (6-5, 220, Sr.). Cheap is not hard to find at 6-foot-5. Last year he grabbed 19 receptions for 127 yards. Ryan Mann (6-0, 190, Sr.) is another big playmaker in the offense. Mann caught 30 passes for 498 yards and a TD in 2018. Two players who may have multiple roles in the offense are Zach Russell (5-11, 180, Jr.) and Cormon Goff (5-6, 185, Jr.). Russell can play just about anywhere. Cormon and Cameron Goff (5-6, 190, Sr.) are transfers from Millwood and are expected to help this offense move the football. “We have a lot of experience and confidence returning on the offensive side of the ball,” Roof said. 


A new defensive coordinator takes over as Baron Potter comes in and will switch things up — from the 4-2-5 fans previously saw at North to a 3-4, which will allow the defense to place more speed on the field and play an aggressive, attacking style. Logan Labrue (5-9, 175, Sr.) will start in the secondary, possibly at strong safety, but he’s athletic enough to play corner. Last season he recorded 19 tackles and one interception. Christian Cantu (6-0, 200, Sr.) will play defensive end, where his quickness to the backfield is on display. Cantu grabbed 57 tackles and three sacks as a junior. He also scored a touchdown on defense. Darius Sherman (5-11, 315, Jr.) is the run stopper the team will use in the middle of the line. Ethan Hughes (6-0, 180, Sr.) looks to be the free safety while Ryan Roberts (5-7, 170, Sr.) may play strong safety if Labrue moves to corner. Also look for the hard-hitting Tyler Trulock (5-10, 175, Sr.) at linebacker. Trulock had 28 tackles a year ago and is expected to improve his numbers as a senior. “We’re excited about moving to the 3-4 on defense and look forward to improving every day as a team,” said Roof. Other coaches include Dale Brown, Ryan McCaul, Brock VanCleave, Bryce Powers, Lamar Dewberry, Luke Rossi and Jeff Hock.