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Bruins to take on Chieftains

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Senior Jarron Hilger carries the ball at the Booker T. Washington game on 10/16/2015. The Bruins lost the game 17-14, bringing their win-loss total to 6-1. Jack Settle/Media Prime

Senior Jarron Hilger carries the ball at the Booker T. Washington game on 10/16/2015. The Bruins lost the game 17-14, bringing their win-loss total to 6-1. Jack Settle/Media Prime

Senior Jarron Hilger carries the ball at the Booker T. Washington game on 10/16/2015. The Bruins lost the game 17-14, bringing their win-loss total to 6-1. Jack Settle/Media Prime

Brigette McKinnon

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Bartlesville High School Bruins will play the Sapulpa Chieftains this Friday night for the last home game of the year.

In 2014 the Bruins  beat Sapulpa with a score of 59-26, and they plan to dominate again. The Bruins football team is having an impressive season this year with 6 wins and 1 loss.

“We know how good Bartlesville is this year,” said Jake Corbin, Sapulpa’s head football coach. “We have a tremendous amount of respect for coach McKee, his coaching staff and the players.”

Corbin said the team’s key players are Dae Williams-RB, Jarrett Dilley-QB and Danny Glenn-DL.

“Our strengths start with our run game,” Corbin said. “Our weakness is that we have yet to play a complete game. We lose focus and make too many critical errors.”

The Bruins seem to be confident and prepared to face Supulpa.

“We have been preparing for this game like we do every other week by having the right mindset and going all out,” sophomore Tyler Gillette said. “We are ready to shut down the run game.”

This season has been one of the best for the Bruins, and as the season continues the players only improve more and more each week.

“We have a lot of guys on our team who are capable of making big plays,” head football coach John McKee said. “We will need some of those for the game.”

With the upcoming football game being the final home game as well as senior night, it is having a huge impact on the seniors. After talking to several seniors, it is very clear that they are ready to win this game and create a legacy as they leave Bartlesville.

“I hope to see a lot of people and a lot of spirit,” senior Parker Acree said. “I hope the team performs well.”

 

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