Jay Football Feature – Presented by Grove Dental Associates

Jay Bulldogs


Last 6 Years:
2018 – 3-7

2017 – 10-2 

2016 – 1-9

2015 – 2-8

2014 – 1-9 

2013 – 6-5 


With eight returning starters to the offense this season, coach Warren Kirk is looking forward to getting things started. “We will use what I think is one of the best O-lines in 3A and get the ball to our athletes in space,” Kirk said. “I believe we have a shot to be a really good football team led by a great senior class with a lot of young talent coming up.” Line play is always key and leading the way for the Bulldogs is Kobe Sixkiller (6-2, 275, Sr.) at center. Sixkiller had 50-plus pancake blocks as a junior and is expected to be one of the top linemen in the class. He has next-level talent and can dominate a game. Cole Oswalt (6-2, 265, Sr.) will start at tackle opposite Johnny Williamson (6-3, 285, Jr.) and Kazdion Mount (5-10, 220, Sr.) at guard. This group is salty and they love to play a physical brand of football. Zach Coy (5-11, 190, Sr.) will owe these guys a BBQ dinner every Saturday afternoon. Coy rushed for 1,075 yards and added 245 yards receiving a year ago. Lray Kirk (6-2, 180, Jr.) is the team’s go-to guy in the passing game. Last season Kirk had 700 yards receiving and 250 yards rushing. 


With coach Matt Williams taking over as defensive coordinator, Sixkiller will step to the defensive side of the ball and start at noseguard. Last season Sixkiller had 35 tackles and two sacks. Marcus Summerfield (6-1, 270, Sr.) joins Sixkiller on the line. Summerfield had 55 tackles and three sacks and is making it a habit to play in the opponent’s backfield. Weston Welch (5-11, 180, Sr.) starts at linebacker, where his 95 tackles and one interception were huge. Welch is the alpha dog on defense and will set the tone. Kirk was stellar in the secondary in 2018, making 65 tackles, intercepting two passes, scoring a TD, recovering two fumbles and recording 11 pass breakups. Coy joins Welch at linebacker with Payton Foust (5-10, 180, Jr.). Coy had 84 tackles a year ago while Foust notched 42. “The defense will be an attacking defense, forcing pressure and creating turnovers,” Kirk said. “We want to be physical and attack on both sides of the ball. 


9-6 – vs. Miami 

9-13 – vs. Grove 

9-20 – at Gravette, AR 

9-27 – vs. Vinita 

10-4 – at Cascia Hall 

10-11 – vs. Verdigris 

10-17 – vs. Locust Grove 

10-25 – at Inola 

11-1 – vs. Berryhill 

11-8 – at Sequoyah Claremore