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Garber Wolverines Football Preview – Presented by Farm Credit of Enid



2021 – 10-2

2020 – 7-3

2019 – 4-7

2018 – 2-7

2017 – 2-9

2016 – 5-6

2015 – 6-5

2014 – 8-3


The Wolverines have worked hard this offseason and are ready to make a playoff run. After going 9-1 in the regular season last year, they made a nearly second-round exit that they are ready to make up for. Koy Hughes, who is in his third season at the helm of the Garber football program, says he sees great things for his squad this season. “We are extremely excited for the 2022 season,” he said. “We return a lot of experience including six starters on offense and five on defense. We are working to improve and challenge for a tough District B-2.” Brett Howry (6-0, 175, So.) will lead the Wolverine offense at the quarterback position. Last year, he completed 74 percent of his passes for 2,387 yards, forty touchdown passes, and only three interceptions. Ha also added 191 yards rushing and three scores. He looks to have another solid season this year. Two weapons at his disposal will be tight end Carson Schovanec (6-2, 225, Sr.) and Mark Bishop (5-11, 185, So.), who will split time between running back and wide receiver. Last season Schovanec had 354 receiving yards and three touchdowns, while Bishop totaled 387 all-purpose yards and eight touchdowns. A trio of solid and athletic linemen will maintain things up front. Jackson Weibling (6-2, 245, So.), Kooper Hughes (6-4, 290, So.), and Dakoda Martin (6-0, 290, Jr.) combined for fifty-four pancake blocks and will be called on to keep their best again this season.


On the defensive side of the ball, the experience that Garber has coming back will be leaned on to play a bigger role and make a big impact on the season. Schovance will be back at linebacker after a season that saw him total 110 tackles, 56 of which were solo, fifteen tackles for loss, and four sacks. The defensive line will be a key for defensive success for the Wolverines. Seth Smith (6-0,185, So.) had seventy-nine tackles, Dylan Dalton (6-5, 250, Sr.) added fifty-seven tackles, and Trenton Hoopes (6-0, 195, Jr.) had fifty-six tackles. The trio combined for thirty-four tackles for loss, nineteen and a half sacks, and six fumble recoveries. Patrolling the secondary will be Bishop, who contributed forty-nine tackles, two interceptions, and a fumble recovery, and Domingo Ramirez (6-0, 175, So.), who had twenty-five tackles, a fumble recovery, and an interception. Assistant coaches this season are Brandon Bookout, Justin Savage, and Mark Timberlake.


8-26 – vs. Canton

9-2 – at Summit Christian

9 -15 – vs. Drumright

9-23 – at Covington-Douglas

9-30 – vs. Yale

10-7 – at Pond Creek-Hunter

10-13 – vs. Cherokee

10-21 – at Oklahoma Bible Academy

10-28 – vs. Ringwood

11-4 – at Kremlin-Hillsdale

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