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Coaching Staff. Chad Weeks Scott Baker Steven Dyer Marshall Fraley. Brandon Craig Chase Kime Austin Upky Tyler Chronister Taylor Clark. What You Can Expect From Me. To run a disciplined, well-organized program.

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coaching staff
Coaching Staff

Chad Weeks

Scott Baker

Steven Dyer

Marshall Fraley

  • Brandon Craig
  • Chase Kime
  • Austin Upky
  • Tyler Chronister
  • Taylor Clark
what you can expect from me
What You Can Expect From Me
  • To run a disciplined, well-organized program.
  • To raise expectations and demand the best from coaches and players in the program.
  • To treat every player as an individual and every situation individually.
  • To be extremely loyal to the school, administrators, coaches, and players.
  • To create a positive atmosphere in which we can be successful.
  • To be accountable for everything that occurs within the program.
  • To communicate with administration, faculty, parents and students.
  • To be professional at all times
  • To out work any staff in the state.
program goals
Program Goals

Junior High

  • To continue teaching and reinforcing fundamental football skills.
  • To teach individuals how to work as a group and compete in a winning fashion.
  • To increase the number of developing players.
  • To improve players as students and citizens within the community.
  • To have fun and promote football.
  • To establish a strong off-season strength and conditioning program.
  • To promote football in a positive manner throughout the school district.

Freshman

  • To enhance fundamental football skills.
  • To teach basic football schemes for varsity play.
  • To allow as many players as possible to play.
  • To encourage kids to continue playing football.
  • To improve players as students and citizens within the community.
  • Continue to develop athletes in the strength and conditioning program.
  • To win football games.
  • To promote football in a positive manner throughout the school district.
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Program Goals

Junior Varsity

  • To enhance fundamental and technical skills for varsity play.
  • To familiarize them with schemes used in game situations.
  • To be sound in all three phases of the game.
  • To improve players as students and citizens within the community.
  • To continue to develop speed, strength and size for varsity play.
  • To win football games.
  • To promote football in a positive manner throughout the school district.

Varsity

  • To perform sound technical and fundamental skills.
  • To implement more complex schemes offensively, defensively and in the special teams.
  • To promote team unity and develop life-long relationships.
  • To compete at the highest level (state playoffs/championship).
  • To prepare student/athletes for college opportunities.
  • To improve players as students and citizens within the community.
  • To win football games.
  • To promote football in a positive manner throughout the school district.
the academic plan
The Academic Plan
  • Always be on time. This cannot be over-emphasized. By being on time, you are telling a teacher that you respect them and their class rules.
  • Being in class is not a team endeavor.
  • Remember that in any classroom the teacher is the absolute authority, so follow his/her rules and show respect at all times. Be a leader in the classroom.
  • Dress neatly – shoes tied, no caps in the building, hair neat and clean.
  • Before class starts, make sure you have all your materials.
  • Once class starts, keep your mouth closed unless you are asking or answering a question.
  • Never prepare to leave class before it ends. Closing of books, zipping of backpacks, etc. are between class activities.
  • Be a leader in the classroom. Assist the teacher in every way possible.
  • Make sure you turn in all assigned work, on time, and complete. With proper planning, you will get everything done in all of your classes.
  • Do your homework as soon as possible after class.
  • Never be afraid to ask questions or for help. This is how people learn.
  • If you miss a day of class, before you leave, make arrangements to make up tests, assignments, or papers.
  • DON’T MAKE EXCUSES! Anyone can make excuses for why something didn’t get done. The most successful people are the ones who find ways to get it done!
mustang parents
Mustang Parents
  • We coach our players like they are our sons.
  • Every decision made is based around one question, “is this the best choice for our players?”
  • We believe, stress, and teach priorities.
  • We require your child's undivided attention when we are teaching.
  • The team always comes first. We have no stars.`
mustang parents cont
Mustang Parents cont’
  • Athletes are played because:
    • They have a positive attitude
    • They do the things that are required plus more.
    • They add the most value to the team.
    • They understand their role on the team.
    • Their number one goal is to make the team better.
    • They get the job done better than someone else.
      • A parent's influence or position makes no difference.
      • A player will play his best college potential position only if it's best for our team.
      • Players who do not work out with the team in the summer start at the bottom of the depth chart.
      • Publicity is used to promote our team, school, and community.
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Mustang Parents cont’
  • Schedule meetings ahead of time. After a game is not a good time for either of us.
  • NEVER make contact with an assistant coach regarding a situation that would be perceived as negative. This will always go through me first.
  • Remember our philosophy when evaluating a situation. (The Team always comes before the Individual.)
  • My door is always open and so is my mind; please have the same attitude
booster club
Booster Club
  • Officers: Jason Base, Rusty Seratte, Sharon Newman, Greg Wolters
  • 7-12 Concept
  • Get Involved
    • Meetings Sunday Nights
    • 7:30pm
    • Coaches Office
  • Provide us Wants: Team meals, snacks, gatorade, equipment, scouting programs, clinics, banquets, etc.
  • We need volunteers concession stand
    • Junior high parents will HS games
    • HS parents will work JH games
paperwork
PAPERWORK
  • STUDENT ELIGIBILITY FORM
  • OSSAA PHYSICAL
  • OTPS CONSENT/CONCUSSION FORM
  • FUNDRAISER INFORMATION
practice times prior to school
Practice Times Prior to School
  • HS (9th-12th)
    • Two practices
      • 7:00AM
      • 8:00PM
      • Aug 12th -16th
      • Aug 19th
      • Aug 17th TBA
  • MS (7th & 8th)
    • One Practice
      • 6:00pm
      • Aug-12th -16th
      • Aug 19th
practice times during school
Practice Times During School
  • HS (9th-12th)
    • One practice
      • 6th Hour
      • 2:00PM
  • MS (7th & 8th)
    • One Practice
      • 1st Hour
      • Drop off @ 7:15am
      • On the Field @ 7:30am
fundraisers
Fundraisers
  • Adrenaline – Discount Card
    • 20 Cards (HS) // 10 Cards (MS)
    • Cards are $15.00 // Checks made out to Oologah Athletics
    • Blitz Night is Friday, August 10th 6:00-8:30pm (HS Only)
  • Car Wash is Saturday, August 17th at Mustang Lube 10:30 – 1:00
  • Cici’s Night Monday, August 26th 5:00-8:00pm