Liberal, KS

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A More Settled Situation in Guymon Tiger Football

Brock Kappelmann - August 22, 2016 7:23 am

John Richmond got his big chance, but not the way he envisioned it.  He got a head coaching job in 5A Oklahoma football in 2015…..on the first day of practice.  Mike Taylor resigned right before the beginning of practice last season.  Richmond stepped in last season as interim head coach leading Guymon.  He led the Tigers to a 4-6 season after going 3-28 the previous three seasons.  Richmond has had a full off season as head coach at Guymon and has 87 out for football.  GHS has 18 seniors out for football and many of those seniors are four year starters.  Some of the key Tigers are Sr. WR/DE Jovan Ochoa, Sr. RG/ Ronaldo Huizar, Sr. RB/CB Austio Lozano, Jr. QB Jacob Santos, Sr. RB Drew Winter,Sr.  HB/TE/RB Victor Legarda, and Sr. WR/CB Garret Danner.  Legarda has proven to be lethal out of the backfield with a school record 300 yard rushing game and six TD’s at Oklahoma City Southeast.  Guymon is featured during Monday Sportsguys between 7:37-9 on 1270 and kscbnews.net.

Sept. 2- Stratford

Sept. 9- Liberal

Sept. 16- at Dalhart

Sept. 23- at Lawton Eisenhower

Sept. 30- Carl Albert

Oct. 7- at Piedmont

Oct. 14- Bishop McGuiness

Oct. 20- at Woodward

Oct. 28- Northwest Classen

Nov. 4- at Guthrie

 

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