Oologah Football Feature – Presented by Summit Physical Therapy

Oologah Mustangs

Coach: Chad Weeks

8-30 – vs. Ft. Gibson 

9-6 – vs. Collinsville 

9-13 – at Skiatook 

9-20 – at Hilldale 

9-27 – vs. Cleveland 

10-4 – vs. Bristow 

10-11 – at McLain 

10-17 – at Wagoner 

10-25 – vs. Miami 

11-1 – at Grove 

11-8 – vs. Catoosa 

Quick Hits:

Oologah ended a streak of 14 straight losses to Wagoner with an 18-15 overtime win on October 12th. Three of those 14 losses came in Class 4A state championship games.

Quarterback Blake Salt completed all eight of his pass attempts for an incredible 257 yards and three touchdowns in the Mustangs 45-21 win over Miami. 

Poteau elmintated the Oologah from the playoffs, taking a 16-0 first round showdown. The two teams have never met in the regular season, but have split six post-season games.  

Last 6 Years:
2018 – 5-6

2017 – 10-2 

2016 – 12-2

2015 – 11-3

2014 – 8-6

2013 – 8-4


A six-year veteran on staff at Oologah, Chad Weeks takes over as head coach entering the 2019 season. Expectations are always high at Oologah and Weeks is ready to get the team back to winning double digits each season. Bonner Pennington (6-3, 250, Sr.) is one player that brings leadership to the field for the Mustangs. Pennington will start on the offensive line. His play — as well as that of the rest of the offensive line — is key for Oologah. Quarterback Blake Salt (5-9, 170, Jr.) takes over an offense that looks to run multiple sets. Salt will need to find guys like Travis Rogers (6-3, 230, Sr.) at tight end or Brennan Davis (6-2, 175, Sr.) at wide receiver. Both are big targets and should be easy to find. Also look for Cooper Christian (5-7, 150, Sr.) in the passing game. Running back Zac Wright (5-9, 170, Sr.) could get a heavy dose this season if the Mustangs are going to be balanced on offense.


Rocky Duncan (6-1, 215, Sr.) and Chase Gibson (6-2, 190, Sr.) are two defensive linemen looking to cause chaos on the other side of the line of scrimmage. Konner Davis (5-9, 150, Sr.) shores up the secondary while Zac Huddleston (6-1, 225, Sr.) starts at linebacker. “We expect great effort and execution on both sides of the ball,” Weeks said. Oologah plans to run the 4-2-5 defense. Jeremy Gray will serve as the defensive coordinator with Adam Anderson coaching wide receivers and inside linebackers, Scott Doss coaching running backs, Justin Ratcliff coaching tight ends and outside linebackers, Jordan Barrett coaching quarterbacks and George Peters coaching the defensive line.