Wyandotte Football Feature – Presented by Grove Dental Associates

Wyandotte Bears   

Coach: Zac Ross

2018 – 6-5

2017 – 7-4

2016 – 9-2

2015 – 8-3

2014 – 7-5 

2013 – 5-5


The Wyandotte Bears are confident and eager to get into the 2019 season. “I am excited for these kids. We have had a lot show good leadership this offseason, spring and now in the summer,” said head coach Zac Ross. “We are a lot stronger and looking forward to that helping us in the fall.” Offensively, this team returns four of its five starting linemen, which is a huge asset. Ross says that will be their strength and from where much of their leadership comes. Ethan Ennis (5-8, 230, Sr.) plays center, and Dalton Leal (6-2, 245, Sr.), Bronson Hopper (5-10, 220, Sr.) and Cade Lofland (6-0, 250, Sr.) also return to their spots on the offensive line to form a powerhouse up front. At running back, Ethan Bradley (6-0, 215, Sr.) is expected to carry the load on the ground. Wide receiver Talon Powers (6-4, 175, Jr.) makes a great passing option as well.


The Bears’ 4-2-5 defense needs to get better on third down to have success this season. Dalton Leal and Ethan Ennis will see plenty of action on this side of the ball as well, at tackle and noseguard. Ethan Bradley is no stranger to the defense as he returns to his spot at middle linebacker. The secondary looks strong, featuring Wade Brown (6-1, 195, Sr.) at free safety and Iman Burrows (5-9, 175, Jr.) and Ethan McLaughlin (5-10, 180, Jr.) as cornerbacks.


9-6 – at Fairland

9-13 – vs. Quapaw

9-20 – vs. Inola

9-27 – at Chouteau

10-4 – at Adair

10-11 – vs. Metro Christian

10-17 – vs. Kansas

10-25 – at Chelsea

11-1 – vs. Salina

11-8 – at Nowata