Edmond Santa Fe Football Feature – Presented by INTEGRIS Health Edmond

Edmond Santa Fe Wolves

Coach: Kyle White

9-6 – vs. Edmond North 

9-13 – at Mustang 

9-20 – at Norman North 

9-27 – vs. Edmond Memorial

10-4 – at Yukon 

10-11 – vs. Enid 

10-17 – at Broken Arrow 

10-25 – vs. Westmoore 

11-1 – at Jenks 

11-8 – vs. Norman 

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 – 7-4

2017 – 5-6

2016 – 8-3
2015 – 7-5 

2014 – 5-5

2013 – 6-5 


The focus this offseason from coach Kyle White has been execution and physicality, two things the coaching staff continues preaching heading into the 2019 season. Last season the Wolves finished 7-4 and made it to the Class 6AI playoffs. This season, they want to take that next step and make a push in postseason play. Talyn Shettron (6-3, 165, So.) is a young and exciting player who is turning the heads of college recruiters all over the country. Shettron looks like a senior and brings a great attitude to the field. His play at wide receiver could be a difference-maker in the Wolves’ offense this season. Jorgen Olsen (5-10, 170, Sr.) is charged with getting Shettron the ball this season. The quarterback has several guys to find in the passing game including Angelo Rankin (5-10, 175, Jr.) and Branden Caraway (5-7, 155, Jr.). Also look for tight end Caden Adickas (6-2, 190, Sr.) to play a big role in the offense this season. The running game will likely feature Micah Snoddy (5-11, 180, Jr.), a hard runner with big-play potential. The offensive line may need younger players to step up this season if the spread/gun I-formation offense is going to run without hiccups. 


Five starters return to the lineup for the Wolves on defense. Collin Oliver (6-3, 230, Jr.) is one of those players the defense will look to for big plays this season. Oliver will start at defensive end, where he plays the position with his hair on fire. James Stevenson (6-3, 190, Sr.) is a versatile player who is physical enough to play linebacker and athletic enough to play safety. Mason Olguin (6-1, 210, Sr.) is a hard-hitting linebacker, as is Ethan Hyche (6-0, 215, Jr.). James Burnett (6-3, 205, Jr.) is another athletic player expected to see time at linebacker and end. Kobe Cole (6-1, 185, Sr.) is an excellent defensive back who is always looking to make a play on the ball. White wants the defense playing fast, physical and using their athleticism to their advantage. Three new coaches have joined the staff. They are Josh Allen, Malik Earl and Levi Holliday. Other coaches include Chris Rose, Mike Coats, Caden MacNeill, Dan Maly, Todd Bonnewell, Roger Pfieffer and Damon Turner.