End of Season Football Wrap Up
Seth Anderson

The Wolves finished off their season with a record of 0-10. Heavener had a few obstacles this season.  New coaches, new playbooks, and team adjustments presented many challenges for the Wolves, but they hope to be able to turn it around next year. On offense, Ross McGee went 11 for 17, 60 yards and one interception. McGee only played quarterback for four games though, and played an offense that was much more run oriented. Through the air, Jack Duschel had 29 receptions for 303 yards and two touchdowns, and averaged 10.4 yards per catch, Connor Place had 22 receptions for 244 yards and two touchdowns, and averaged 11.1 yards per catch. On the ground, Connor Place had 99 carries for 252 yards and one touchdown, and Ross McGee had 82 carries for 131 yards and three touchdowns. On defense, Caleb Smith had 85 total tackles with 43 solo tackles, 17 tackles for loss and 8 sacks, and Ryan Moore had 50 total tackles and 8 tackles for loss. The Wolves are now on a 22 game losing streak and are hoping to break that next season.