Newkirk Football Feature – Presented by Equity Bank



2018 – 6-5

2017 – 4-6

2016 – 0-10

2015 – 1-9

2014 – 5-6 

2013 – 3-7


There’s cause for excitement as the Newkirk Tigers enter the 2019 on the heals of a playoff experience with a roster including six starters to the 2-back Pistol formation that want more than just an invitation to the postseason party this time around. Leading the roar of the Tigers will be quarterback Koy Moman (5-10, 150, Jr.) who can make split-second decisions in the RPO scheme that will involve the elusive talents of Garret Stone (5-10, 170, Sr.) at running back. There’s no need to ask “where’s the beef” when looking at the Tigers offensive line that will employ the physical size and mobility of four seniors including Ryan Locke (6-2, 205, Sr.), Jake Tompkins (6-1, 270, Sr.) Austin Peri (6-1, 225, Sr.) and Stormy Mann (6-2, 235, Sr.) to create running lanes as well as provide pass protection.

“Those four guys upfront give us a solid foundation to support our power running game to control the ball and the clock,” said head coach Graham Snelding. 


“Leave no doubt” may be the calling card for the Tigers 3-4 alignment who will play with an aggressive and attacking style. Stormy Mann, Austin Peri and Jake Tompkins offer a stone wall solidarity on the line of scrimmage while the inside linebackers Ryan Locke and Issaiah Stephens (6-0, 190, Jr.) play downhill with passion. The run support and pass protection of the secondary unit will be led by Garrett Stone. “Our defensive line are hard to move and defend,” admits Snelding. “As a 11-man group we want to be physical and patient with the defense in order to wear down our opponents. The Tigers will have an early opportunity to solidify their efforts in front of their fans playing three of their first four games on the home field.


8-30 – vs. Tonkawa 

9-7 – at Blackwell 

9-14 – vs. Pawnee

9-21 – vs. Luther 

9-28 – at OCS

10-4 – vs. Centennial 

10-11 – at Perry

10-18 – at Chisholm

10-26 – vs. Hennessey 

11-2 – at Alva