Inola Football Feature – Presented by Northeast Tech

Inola Longhorns


Last 6 Years: 

2018 – 5-5

2017 – 3-7 

2016 – 9-3

2015 – 7-3

2014 – 3-7

2013 – 5-6 


Last year it was noted that Inola would be looking to a young quarterback named Landon Prows to help revive the Longhorn offense after a dismal 2017. Well, Prows (5-10, 160, Jr.) had a breakout sophomore year, throwing for 1,665 yards, nearly half coming in the final three games. He also threw for 14 touchdowns and completed 60 percent of his throws as the Longhorns managed a 5-5 campaign. Look for Prows to improve on those numbers with another year of experience under his belt and a deep wide receiver corps, led by Dalton Norman (6-1, 170, Jr.), who pulled in 42 catches last season for nearly 700 yards. He’ll by joined by Ethan Trosky (6-2, 180, Sr.), who started defensively last year and who head coach Jeff Williams calls the best athlete on the team. Adding to the receiver corps will be speedy Cameron Morgan (5-8, 150, Sr.), who hasn’t played football since junior high but who Williams feels will be a contributor. The O-line will be the big question mark with the loss of four seniors, leaving Nathan Butler (6-3, 250, Sr.) to build around.


Inola returns six starters from what Williams called the best defensive unit he’s had in his five years at the helm. Up front, Clint Stites (5-7, 190, Sr.) at noseguard will be the anchor, along with Garrett Cummins (6-2, 220, Jr.), who had 60 tackles and seven sacks last year. The linebacker corps looks solid as well with the return of Jeremiah Womack (6-1, 195, Sr.), who created chaos for opponents with 66 tackles, 10 sacks and 10 tackles for loss. Good things are also anticipated for Trey Maples (5-9, 165, Jr.), who showed a lot of promise at linebacker in 2018 before injury ended his season just three games in. Veterans Dalton Norman and Ethan Trosky will again patrol the secondary. “Offensively we’ll snap the ball quickly and throw it around a lot,” Williams said. “We’ve got to replace most of our line but we’ll have good competition for those spots. We were great on defense last year and we could be even better this year. I think we’ll compete for a playoff spot in a very competitive district if everything comes together for us.” 

8-30 – at Lincoln Christian

9-6 – OPEN

9-13 – vs. Salina

9-20 – at Wyandotte

9-27 – vs. Berryhill

10-4 – vs. Claremore Sequoyah

10-11 – at Locust Grove

10-17 – at Verdigris

10-25 – vs. Jay

11-1 – at Vinita

11-7 – vs Cascia Hall