It started here...
May 23, 2005
2004 Football Seniors
#1 - GARY SHIPLEY, #8 - BEN CUTTEN, #10 - BRAD LUCIA, #15 - TYLER GRAVES, #17 - JESSE MEYER, #18 - ANDREW BREWER, #19 - TEDDY ANDRESS, #23 - ANDREW HARMON, #24 - PHILLIP DILLARD, #25 - XAVIER TENNYSON, #26 - JOHNNIE JAMES, #27 - SAMMY ALMOHANDIS, #28 - JON FOUCH, #31 - FREDDIE CAROLINA, #35 - SKYLER ISHMAEL, #44 - MATT FELTY, #45 - BLAKE REDWINE, #46 - DAVID PUENTE, #53 - RYAN STEWART, #54 - JARED DELACERDA, #60 - LUKE FLANAGAN, #64 - BRAD JONES, #65 - CODY FARRIER, #68 - CHAD DORRIS, #70 - TYLER ALLISON, #77 - ZACH CASEY, #90 - KASH YEHLE and #99 - JOE McNEIL
Seniors who plan to play football in college and where they plan to attend next fall.
- Phillip Dillard - Nebraska
- Zach Casey - Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
- Andrew Brewer - Northwestern
- Jesse Meyer - Tulsa
- Jon Fouch - Evangel
- Johnnie James - Friends
- Luke Flanagan - Friends
- Matt Felty - University of Oklahoma
- Freddie Carolina - Central Oklahoma State University
- Tyler Graves - Central Oklahoma State University
- Teddy Andress - Central Oklahoma State University
- Chad Dorris - Lindenwood Missouri
- Ben Cutten - University of Missouri - Rolla
- Joe McNeal - College of the Sequoias
Trojans Break Records During Off Season Workouts
The Trojan off-season training programs continue to produce record breaking individual performances. As as a team, the Trojans continue to improve in all areas.
- Linemen Group: Increased over 1,100 pounds. Chase Beeler broke the Jenks power clean record at 335 pounds.
- Speed Group: Increased over 1,800 pounds
- Power Group: Increased over 1,000 pounds
Click Here for Spring Practice Video. Video and Photos by: David Moos
2005 Spring Training Video Highlights
Thanks to the efforts of David Moos,Trojan Video Editor. Click the link below to see video highlights of the 2005 spring practices.
Click Here to see the Varsity Team Camp Photo Album
DB, REC, QB, LB Camp
The Defensive Backs, Receivers, Quarterbacks and Line Backers finished a hot week of camps at Hunter-Dwelley Stadium. Thanks to Monty Montgomery for the camp pictures.
8th through 12th grade, linemen from Bixby, Bristow, Berryhill, Miami, Liberty, Lincoln Christian, Sand Springs, Sperry and Jenks started their first day of summer by attending Coach Montgomery's 2005 O-Line Camp. The two day camp was long, hot and tiring, but you had to be there to experience the highly spirited Hog Jousting competition. It made no difference if you were big or small, what grade you were in or what school you were from, when you stepped up to compete, words of encouragement were shouted to every competitor, from every team throughout the entire competition. Who can forget hearing the barks of the Miami Wardogs or congratulations from a fellow competitor following a tough battle, win or lose. Winners of the Hog Jousting were freshman, Robbie Williams, for the junior high level and senior, Chase Beeler, for the high school level. Freshman, Jason Bixler was the overall obstacle course winner for all grades. Click Here for O-Line Camp photos.
Summer Passing League
Players from Booker T. Washington, Glenpool, Sapulpa and Jenks are participating in the Jenks Summer Passing League at Hunter Dwelley Stadium. Passing League provides the players with multiple reps during non-stop offense and defense pass plays. The action begins at 6:00 each Tuesday and Thursday evening at the stadium. Click Here for Passing League photos.
Best wishes for a quick recovery to Josh James, Jenks Football Senior, who suffered a severly fractured leg during the final day of the Summer Team Camp.
To: Jenks Trojan Football Family
From: Joshua & Susan James
Thank you seems inadequate to express our gratitude over the care and concern expressed by the booster club during Joshuas stay in the hospital. The response was overwhelming. Joshua is still enjoying the treats provided. Always grateful and appreciative, Joshua & Susan James
Comments From the Oil Bowl
I just wanted to send a wonderful "Thank You" to Andrew Brewer,Freddie Carolina, and Jessie Meyer for taking the time to spend with our sons at the Oil Bowl. The three of you are in our hearts and in our prayers. We will be honored to let our sons one day play Jenks football and run track. You guys are the best. Marsha Eagle
Summer Car Wash
Champion's Auto Spa
111th & Elm in Jenks
The temperature was hot and the cars kept rolling in during the Jenks Trojan Football Booster Club Car Wash, sponsored by Doug Redding, Owner, Champions Auto Spa. Special Thanks to former Trojan and current Tennessee Titan, Rocky Calmus for coming by to visit. Thanks to all the Trojan players and supporters who helped make this event a success. Click Here to see Car Wash pictures.
Summer Pride Picnic
The 2005 Trojan Booster Club Summer Pride Picnic and Sophomore introductions was held at Hunter-Dwelley Stadium Wednesday evening. Each sophomore introduced themselves and their parents during the evening meeting. The sophomores come off a great 2004 9th grade season and look forward to an exciting Junior Varsity year. Click Here for additional Summer Pride Picnic pictures.
Chris Adkins, Jarred Andrews, Dallas Beeler, Paul Bertelli, Kyle Borem, Jacob Broom, JC Carr, Ryan Davis, Chris Dorris, Lyle Engles, Tony Gillispie, Mark Ginther, Daniel Harp, Taylor Hodge, Payton Kiser, Kevin Koljack, Matt Krawdzyk, Sean Leonard, Landon Luck, Eric Lyles, Ryan Mahoney, Corrin Mathis, Jordan McAdams, Jesus Miranda, Evan Murta, Nick Peer, Devin Pope, Rob Redwine, Devin Reed, Jerod Roberts, Ryan Smith, Jake Sumners, Damon Tenison, Arturo Torees, David Tovar, Chris Vanbecelaere, Chris Viton
2005 All-State Games
Andrew Brewer and Zach Casey were selected to the starting line-up of the 2005 Oklahoma All State games to be held July 29th, 8:00, at Union Tuttle Stadium. Brewer, comitted to Northwestern and Casey, comitted to national juco powerhouse, Northeaster A&M College.
Trojan Golf Tournament
Thanks you to all tournament participants, Clary Fields Golf Club, volunteers and event coordinator, James Ginther for making the event a success. The results of the tournament are as follows:
1st Place Team: Matt Mccoy, Scott Mccoy, Curtis Brumble, Ben Beeler: 50.1
2nd Place Team: Mike Stacy, Sean Willis, Wally Poplin, Danny Hightower: 52.7
3rd Place Team: John Sumners, Grant Webb, John Esche, Mike Farley: 53.8
Longest Drive: Marty Robinson
Closest to the Hole: Kevin Redwine
Closest to the Hole: John Esche
Oil Bowl: Oklahoma hammers Texas stars
Jenks' Brewer throws two TDs
Named Game MVP
By Associated Press
WICHITA FALLS, Texas -- Jenks' Andrew Brewer threw two touchdown passes Saturday night to lead Oklahoma to a 38-7 win over Texas in the 68th Oil Bowl between high school all-stars from the two states. Brewer, who was named the game's MVP, threw for 79 yards on 8-of-14 passing. He had 22 yards rushing. It was the biggest loss ever in the series for Texas, which was shut down by a stout Oklahoma defense that limited Southlake Carroll's Chase Daniel to just 31 yards on 2-of-9 passing. He also threw an interception, fumbled twice and was sacked twice. Tulsa Union's Michael Cowan was named the game's defensive MVP, recording a sack, a fumble recovery and three quarterback hurries.
July Booster Club Meeting
Introduction of 2005 Juniors
The 2005 Trojan Juniors were introduced during the July Booster Club meeting. Considering it was 4th of July week, the turnout of players and parents was outstanding. Both the players and the booster club members have been working hard throughout the summer preparing for the up coming 2005 season. The next booster club meeting is August 3rd.
P. J. Adeji-Paul, Brian Alderman, Timothy Bade, Logan Allison, Garrett Bennett, Ryan Bentele, Stephen Campbell, Kody Chappell, Ty Cobb, Eric Davis, Tim Dial, Shane Farrier, Luke Hill, Mitchell Hill, Matthew Hulse, Jacob Laptad, Jamiel McGee, Keith McIntyre, Keith Mefford, Evan Nichols, Billy Nix, Bobby Moore, Craig Paczkowski, Nathan Pelcher, Brad Regal, Chris Sawyer, Tanner Shuck, Nick Teel, Mitchell Thomas, Horace Wellons, Luke Worthan, Michael Young.
Chase Beeler Featured in
2005 Oklahoma Kickoff Magazine
Jenks Senior, Chase Beeler is listed as one of Oklahoma's best, in Coaches Aid, 2005 Oklahoma Kickoff magazine. The magazine contains over 200 pages and160 photos. The issue is available on newsstands at locations such as Wal-mart, Walgreens, Reasors, Quiktrips, and over 1,000 other locations statewide. Click Here to visit the Coaches Aid website.
Invited to Top 12 Kicking Camp
Steven Woodward, Jenks OK place kicker, has been invited to participate in Chris Sailer's exclusive 'Top 12' Kicking Camp, July 25th thru 28th, in Sherman Oaks, California. This is an invitational camp available to the top 12 kickers identified from the January National Kicking Competition and May's National Kicking Combine held in Las Vegas, NV. Steven will be joined by fellow Oklahoma kicker, Dan Bailey of Southwest Covenant High School along with ten other kickers from around the United States. Chris Sailer, event organizer, said, " This camp will have the best of the best. Over 80% of these kickers will get 'full-ride' scholarships." To see the results of the competition, combine and camp visit at www.ChrisSailerKicking.com
2005 Pancake Breakfast
Thank You Freshman
Thanks to Jenks Alumni, Chris Bull and family for hosting the 2005 Trojan Senior Retreat.
Trojan Moms - Very Special People
2005 Jenks vs Bixby
2005 Jenks vs Union
Backyard Bowl Champions
Another Jenks/Union Classic
2005 Jenks vs Springdale
Click Here for the game summary, stats and pictures.
2005 Jenks vs Broken Arrow
2005 Jenks vs Owasso
2005 Jenks vs Memorial
2005 Jenks vs Tahlequah
2005 Jenks vs Muskogee
2005 Jenks vs Sand Springs
2005 Jenks vs Bartlesville
2005 Jenks vs Sapulpa - 6A Playoffs
2005 Schedules and Results
Jeff Jackson and Chase Beeler
Earn 2005 Honors
at end of season banquet
Playing at the Next Level
National Signing Day
Issac Norman, Sam Sebo, Jeff Jackson, Brandon McClaurin and Chase Beeler
Norman, Sebo and McClaurin
Pick Missouri Southern
Jackson picks Princeton
Beeler picks Sooners
Lamkin picks Holy Cross
Sean Lamkin committed to play football as Linebacker at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts. As a founding member of the NCAA Division I Patriot League, Holy Cross is a highly selective, four year, undergraduate, liberal arts institution and is ranked among the nation's leading four year liberal arts colleges. Sean is expected to start this fall and will major in Pre-Med.
Congratulations to the following Jenks Trojans
2005 All-State First Team
Wide receivers / Tight ends
2005 All-Metro First Team
Wide receivers / Tight ends
6A-4 All District
Cody Combs & Brock Edwards
Brandon McLaurin, Jordan Wince & Isaac Norman
Sam Sebo & Jeff Jackson
New End Zone Complex
Thank You 2005 Trojan Football Sponsors
Thanks for the Memories!
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