Chouteau Football Feature – Presented by Roberts Auto Group



2018 – 4-6

2017 – 4-6

2016 – 4-6

2015 – 3-7 

2014 -3-7 

2013 – 4-6


After seeing growth through spring football and team camp, Chouteau head coach Aaron Compton is excited for the 2019 season. The senior class especially has already proven to be a driving force for the Wildcats.

“These seniors have done an amazing job leading the way and we plan on doing everything we can to send them out the right way,” Compton said.

The team will have great leadership at the quarterback position with Jacob Graham (5-9, 165, Sr.) calling the shots. This multiple formation offense will be run-focused and aim for a quick passing game. Opposing teams will need to keep an eye on top rusher Dylan Lunsford (5-11, 170, Jr.). The Wildcats will have plenty of talent in wide receiver positions as well, with the speed and athleticism of Dylan Applegate (5-9, 160, Jr.), the leadership of Trenton Quigley (6-0, 170, Sr.), and the great hands of Brayden Williams (5-10, 160, So.). The offensive line will be anchored by seniors Zach Dyer (5-11, 210) and Clyde Harris (6-0, 195).


The defense will see five starters from last year return to the field, including some who will play essential roles on both sides of the ball. Dylan Lunsford returns as the team’s leading tackler at middle linebacker. The Wildcats will be extra strong at linebacker this season since Lunsford is joined by Trenton Quigley, whom Compton calls “a senior leader and smart football player.” 

Leading the secondary, Jacob Graham and Dylan Applegate will make sure both safety spots stay athletic and physical. Hunter Curtner (6-0, 210, Sr.) and Clyde Harris will bring some valuable experience to the D-line as defensive ends.

Don Cochran, offensive coordinator Josh Middleton and defensive coordinator Mike Inglett join Compton on the coaching staff.


8-30 – at Warner

9-6 – vs. NOAH

9-13 – OPEN 

9-20 – at Central Sallisaw

9-27 – vs. Wyandotte

10-4 – at Metro Christian

10-11 – vs. Adair

10-17 – vs. Nowata

10-24 – at Salina

11-1 – vs. Chelsea

11-8 – at Kansas