2018 Edmond Memorial Football Camps

Registration is now open for Summer Pride and all Camps.
May 5, 2018

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2018 Edmond Bulldogs Youth Football Camp June 18th - June 21st

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2018 Edmond Memorial Summer Pride Varsity Grades 10th - 12th June 18th - July 26th  Middle School Grades 6th - 9th June 26th - July 27th   and Youth Grades 1st – 5th June 26th - July 27th   

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The 2018 Offensive Skills Camp June 25th thru June 28th

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The 2018 O-Line / D-Line Camp July 9th - July 12th

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2018 EBYFA Tackle Instruction Camp July 24th - July 26th

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2018 Middle School Team Camp July 30th - August 1st

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If you have any questions please contact us. We look forward to having your son or daughter at our camps!




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Congratulations College Signees!

National signing day has become a part of the tradition here at Edmond Memorial. We have had great success at developing our players to play at the next level. This year is no different! We had two players sign college scholarships on national signing day today!
Feb 8, 2018

OL/DL Marcus Boesen - Ft Hays State

DB Chris Pope - University of Northern Colorado

 

We congratulate these young men and we look forward to seeing their success at the next level, as so many Edmond Memorial players have had before them. Go Dogs!!




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FORMER BULLDOG JUSTIN MARCHA NAMED AFCA ALL-AMERICAN

EMPORIA STATE'S JUSTIN MARCHA NAMED AFCA ALL-AMERICAN
Dec 6, 2017

December 6, 2017-After leading the nation in punting, Emporia State senior and former Edmond Memorial Bulldog Justin Marcha has named an American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) All-American.

Marcha is leading the nation in punting average with an Emporia State school record 45.0 yards per punt. It is the best average in the MIAA since Brian Moorman averaged 46.0 yards per punt in 1998. He was a main part of Emporia State leading the nation in net punting this season with a net average of 40.89 yards per punt. His career average of 40.1 yards per punt is better than all but two other players single season bests at Emporia State.

Marcha becomes the fourth Hornet to earn AFCA All-American honors and the first since Danny Webb was named to the first team as a defensive end in 2010.  He earns the Hornets 44th overall All-American honor in football.

The MIAA has five teams represented on the AFCA All-America team.

The Hornets went 6-5 this season, their third straight winning season and fifth year above .500 over the last six seasons.

2017 American Football Coaches Association All-America Team
First Team Offense
Pos Name     Ht.     Wt.     Cl.     School
QB Travis Tarnowski     5-11     218     Sr.     Ashland (Ohio)
RB Marc Jones     5-11     225     Sr.     Gannon (Pa.)
RB *Kamal Cass     5-11     185     Sr.     Eastern New Mexico
WR Donta Armstrong     5-10     151     Sr.     West Alabama
WR Weston Carr     6-2     200     So.     Azusa Pacific (Calif.)
TE Seth Hebert     6-4     225     R-Jr.     Central Missouri
OL *Jared Machorro     6-7     280     Sr.     Texas A&M-Commerce
OL Joseph Lacey     6-6     328     Sr.     LIU-Post (N.Y.)
OL Desmond Harrison     6-7     288     Sr.     West Georgia
OL Andrew Alten     6-2     308     Sr.     Findlay (Ohio)
OL Ruben Holcomb     6-4     317     R-Sr.     Indianapolis (Ind.)
First Team Defense
Pos Name     Ht.     Wt.     Cl.     School
DL Blake Nelson     5-11    230     Sr.     Colorado Mesa
DL *Marcus Martin     6-2     255     R-Sr.     Slippery Rock (Pa.)
DL *Zach Sieler     6-6     290     Jr.     Ferris St. (Mich.)
DL Nathan Shepherd     6-5     300     Sr.     Fort Hays St. (Kan.)
LB **Kyle Kitchens     6-2     205     Sr.     Catawba (N.C.)
LB Brandon Payer     6-4     248     Jr.     Colorado St.-Pueblo
LB *Osband Thompson     6-0     205     Sr.     Tuskegee (Ala.)
DB Max Redfield     6-1     205     Sr.     Indiana (Pa.)
DB Chris Johnson     6-3     200     Jr.     North Alabama
DB Marcus Jones     6-0     178     Sr.     Northwest Missouri St.
DB Andrew Spencer     6-1     210     Sr.     Winona St. (Minn.)
First Team Specialists
Pos Name     Ht.     Wt.     Cl.     School
PK Casey Bednarski     6-1     230     Jr.     Minnesota St.
P Cody Mikell     6-0     215     Sr.     Henderson St. (Ark.)
AP Deonte Harris     5-6     170     Jr.     Assumption (Mass.)
Second Team Offense
Pos Name     Ht.     Wt.     Cl.     School
QB Luis Perez     6-3     220     Sr.     Texas A&M-Commerce
RB *Chris Robinson     5-9     196     Sr.     Delta St. (Miss.)
RB Ja'Quan Gardner     5-7     205     Sr.     Humboldt St. (Calif.)
WR Keshaun Taylor     6-1     180     Sr.     Mars Hill (N.C.)
WR J.T. Luper     5-9     175     Sr.     Central Oklahoma
TE Tanner Hudson     6-5     239     R-Sr.     Southern Arkansas
OL Dontavius Blair     6-7     294     Sr.     West Alabama
OL Taylor Nikithser     6-4     300     Sr.     California (Pa.)
OL Austin Fleer     6-8     300     Sr.     Colorado Mesa
OL Sam Lee     6-5     300     Sr.     Augustana (S.D.)
OL Islam Sbeih     6-1     298     Sr.     Midwestern St. (Texas)
Defense
Pos Name     Ht.     Wt.     Cl.     School
DL Davondrick Lison     6-2     213     R-Jr.     Southern Arkansas
DL Myles Humphrey     6-2     245     Sr.     Shepherd (W.Va.)
DL Adonis Davis     6-3     257     R-Jr.     Florida Tech
DL Markus Jones     6-3     255     Jr.     Angelo St. (Texas)
LB Austin Weltha     5-10    220     Sr.     McKendree (Ill.)
LB Dennis Gardeck     6-0     205     Gr.     Sioux Falls (S.D.)
LB Kevin Haynes     6-1     228     Sr.     Central Washington
DB Yusef Sterling-Lowe     6-2     170     Sr.     Texas A&M-Commerce
DB Tevin Madison     5-10     168     Sr.     West Alabama
DB Tavierre Thomas     6-0     205     Sr.     Ferris St. (Mich.)
DB Darius Williams     6-0     195     Jr.     Colorado St.-Pueblo
Specialists
Pos Name     Ht.     Wt.     Cl.     School
PK Cole Tracy     5-11    190     Sr.     Assumption (Mass.)
P Justin Marcha     6-1     200     Sr.     Emporia St. (Kan.)
AP BJ Muckelvene     5-10    170     R-So.     Wingate (N.C.)
*-2016 AFCA All-American **-2015 & 2016 AFCA All-American




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Sr Night is This Thursday Vs Broken Arrow

Oct 23, 2017

Edmond Memorial will be celerating Sr Night this Thursday when we host Broken Arrow. Please come out and celebrate our seniors at our last home game of the 2017 football season. 

Edmond Memorial Vs Broken Arrow

At Edmond Santa Fe

Thursday October 26th 7:00 P.M.

 

 




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Connor Myers

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IT'S GAME TIME!!

Aug 23, 2017

IT'S GAME TIME!!!!!!!

YOUR EDMOND MEMORIAL BULLDOGS OPEN UP THE 2017 FOOTBALL SEASON THIS FRIDAY NIGHT IN PONCA CITY!

COME TO PONCA CITY TO SUPPORT YOUR BULLDOGS THIS FRIDAY NIGHT AUGUST 25TH! KICKOFF AT 7:00 P.M.

GO DOGS!!!!!!

 




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Thank You Coach Ward

On behalf of all Bulldogs past and present we would like to honor and thank Coach Tom Ward for his 46 years of coaching!
May 24, 2017

 

 

            These last few weeks have been very emotional for our players and coaches. Emotions of joy, pride, celebration, and sadness. It has been difficult on me as the head coach because not only do I have to say goodbye to a friend, colleague, and a mentor I must move on and get ready for spring football. Of course, if you know Coach Ward you know that he does not want any attention and just wants us to take the field. I have been the head football coach at Edmond Memorial for nine years, and we could not have been as successful as we have been without Coach Tom Ward. Coach Ward has been the backbone of this program for many years. His impact can be seen in the thousands of athletes he has impacted over his 46 years of coaching. He has coached hundreds of athletes that have moved on and competed at higher levels. He has also coached athletes that have moved on to become doctors, lawyers, soldiers, husbands, fathers, and coaches. We currently have two coaches on our staff that were inspired by Coach Ward to go into coaching. Knowing him as well as I do, I know he takes pride in all of them. We all have had the feeling of joy, celebration, and pride because we are happy that we have had the opportunity to be coached by and or work with him. The feeling of sadness comes from the fact that he isn't going to be with us anymore. I say that selfishly because he has had such a huge impact on me as a coach. We are happy for him that he is going to retire but sad that he isn't going to be on the sideline pumping up our players on Friday nights waving his towel, preparing our players in the weight room, and leading our coaches' pregame prayer on Friday nights. At the time, I am writing this it has only been 24 hours since his surprise retirement celebration and my social media coordinator told me earlier this evening that his retirement video on Facebook had reached over 13,000 people and had been viewed over 6,500 times. No post we have ever made had reached over 850 people. The numbers in that should show you the love everyone has for Coach Ward. At the time of his surprise celebration our offensive players were supposed to be watching film. The first words Coach Ward said when he walked in and saw everyone was, "You're supposed to be in offensive film!" He said it as a joke but he was serious because after it was over he told the guys to get to film. Coach Ward is all about the kids and not about himself. Even at an event that was to celebrate his 46-year coaching career he took the time to inspire the kids. He could have talked about all his accomplishments, but instead he took the opportunity to leave the kids with a message. Coach said, "To be coachable you have to be humble, and if you are not humble you're not going to be coachable." I hope that I can be that passionate and have that much energy when I am his age. He has inspired all of us to better ourselves both on and off the field. He has set an example of what it is like to be a great coach, husband, and father. I know I am speaking for all of us when I say this, I am going to miss the coffee in the morning, his stories, his wisdom, his advice, and his gumbo (If you did not know Coach Ward makes the world's best gumbo). On behalf of all Bulldogs both past and present I want to say thank you Coach Ward for everything you have done for all of us, we love you, and we all wish you luck in the future.

 

Justin Merideth

 




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Physicals are on May 8th

May 2, 2017

We will have physicals in the welcome center on May 8th from 6:00 to 7:30 P.M. The cost is 10 dollars. It is manditory for all football players to have a physical before we start spring football practice. 




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