Caney Valley Football Feature – Presented by Excel Therapy



2018 – 2-8

2017 – 5-6

2016 – 4-6

2015 – 1-9

2014 – 1-9 

2013 – 2-8


The Trojans have worked in a no-back, two-tight end set to base the offense out of this season according to head coach Stephen Mitchell. Hayden Wingo (6-1, 175, Jr.) had 20 receptions for 650 yards last season. Wingo is one of several receivers the Trojans will use this season. Brayden Henry (6-2, 160, Sr.) and Dakota Mackey (6-2, 160, Sr.) add to the lethality of the receiving corps. Henry had 10 catches for 210 yards last season and the coaching staff expects big gains from Mackey. Cole Fairchild (6-0, 200, Jr.) moves from running back to start at center. Trace McAlister (6-0, 205, So.) had 10 pancake blocks last year as a freshman and has the skill set to become a great O-lineman for years to come. 


The defense returns seven starters, including several players from the offense. Wingo and Henry will start in the defensive backfield. Last season Wingo had 55 tackles and two interceptions, while Henry had 30 tackles of his own. Matthew Wittle (5-7, 170, Jr.) logged 50 tackles from his linebacker spot and returns this season as one of the key players on defense. Fairchild joins Wittle at linebacker, giving the Trojans a solid 1-2 punch at the position. Seth Gilbreath (6-1, 155, Jr.) had 45 tackles and three pass breakups last year. Mitchell said Gilbreath is a great kid and a great defensive end. The Trojans will base the defense out of the 4-3 and Mitchell wants more than one guy making the tackle. Look for the defense to play an aggressive style with multiple helmets at the football. 


8-30 – vs. Barnsdall 

9-6 – OPEN 

9-13 – at Oklahoma Union 

9-20 – vs. Liberty

9-27 – vs. Kiefer 

10-4 – vs. Beggs 

10-11 – at Sperry 

10-18 – at Haskell 

10-24 – at Dewey 

11-1 – vs. Morris 

11-8 – at Victory Christian