Bridge Creek Bobcats Football Feature – Presented by Eskridge Honda



Last 6 Years:

2018 – 1-9

2017 – 1-9 

2016 – 2-8

2015 – 1-9

2014 – 0-10

2013 – 1-8


Senior Dominick Baez accounted for 925 yards passing with four touchdowns in the air and two TDs on the ground. Baez will look for Tyler Hay (Sr.) at wide receiver. Hay had 229 receiving yards and two TD catches last season with 140 yards on the ground and another two scores. Mason Hill (Sr.) averaged 10 yards per reception last season and will look to add more spark to the offense. Jason Linn (So.) is an exciting young player who can play quarterback or wideout. Devon Baez (Sr.) will see time at running back while Nick Wiedemann (Sr.) will start at center. Sam Place and Colton Smith will join Wiedemann up front. Devon Baez missed last season but he’s healthy and hungry for the season to start. “We have worked incredibly hard to rebuild the program since taking over a couple of years ago,” said coach Scott O’Hara. “Now that we are in year three, we feel like it’s time to start seeing the fruits of our labor.”  


Jimmy Whitaker (Sr.) brings consistency to the field for the Bobcats. Last season Whitaker had 38 tackles, one sack and five tackles for loss. Takoda Smyth (Jr.) starts at linebacker giving the defense a downhill player who can average 50-plus tackles a season. Logan James (So.) is a young player in the middle of the defense with freshman Randy Nix. Ashton Houser (Sr.) brings leadership and experience to the defense. Houser had 47 tackles last season and one interception. Also look for Alex Simons (So.) on the defensive line. Seth Barnes joins Whitaker and Simons on the line. “We have spent a great deal of time and energy focusing on playmaking,” said defensive coordinator Robby Carriger. “Our main goal for the fall is to generate game-changing plays on a more consistent basis.”


9-6 – vs. Little Axe 

9-13 – vs. Lindsay 

9-20 – at Tecumseh 

9-27 – at John Marshall 

10-4 – vs. Mount St Mary 

10-11 – at Kingfisher 

10-17 vs. Heritage Hall 

10-25 – at Perkins-Tryon 

11-1 – vs. Mannford 

11-8 – at Blackwell