Pioneers Come Up Short On Homecoming
10-10-16 by Darnell Pointer
At times Stillwater High School had three quarterbacks on the field.
One was at quarterback, and two were out wide as receivers.
The Pioneers had some success with the rotation but lost 21-14 to Lawton at Pioneer Stadium on Friday during homecoming in a
District 6A-II game.
Junior Garrett Leming started Stillwater's homecoming game but struggled at times and threw an interception in the first quarter.
Then senior Jace Brownlee took over, leading the Pioneers (0-2 district, 2-3 overall) into the red zone before Leming missed a
17-yard field goal.
The shuffling became more common in the second quarter when freshman Gunnar Gundy, Brownlee and Leming took turns
leading the offense.
"They are three different kids each with different abilities and we're trying to maximize of what we have," Stillwater coach Tucker
When Gundy was in, Brownlee and Leming were wide receivers.
With 7:01 left in the first half, Gundy found Enoch Jackson for a 10-yard touchdown to pull Stillwater within 14-6.
Brownlee started the second half and gave the Pioneers momentum with his running. He scored on a 6-yard run in the third and
then carried for a two-point conversion to tie the score at 14.
Brownlee, playing in his first game after separating his left shoulder during wrestling season, finished with 123 yards rushing on
Gundy was 4-of-13 for 21 yards.
Leming finished 1-of-6 for 13 yards. He also rushed for 41 yards on seven carries.