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Dewey Bulldoggers – 2023 Football Team Preview – Presented by City Church





Dewey, now going into year two under head coach Ryan Richardson, is looking to take a leap forward. The Bulldoggers will be led on offense by quarterback Ryder Muninger (6-2, 150). The sophomore will be entering his first season as the starter from behind center. “Has a big arm and high football IQ,” Richardson said. Other players to watch are wide receiver Easton Davis (5-8, 165, So.), wide receivers Gavin Lynch (6-2, 185, Sr.), wide receiver Bryce Sickler (6-2, 170, Sr.), and offensive lineman Chris Lindley (5-10, 195, Sr.). Also returning is VYPE Top 100 selection Braden Garrison (6-0, 245, Sr.) on the offensive line, and receiver Zaiden Masters (6-2, 170, Sr.). “Zaiden is a hard-working kid who has continued to improve every single year he’s been a part of our program. Last year, he became one of our best guys in the weight room and that translates to the field,” Richardson said. Dewey, who returns three starters, will use a spread offense that looks to stress the defense both horizontally and vertically.


The Bulldoggers return six starters on the defensive side of the ball, including linebacker Evan Propper (5-9, 175, Jr.), who totaled 90 tackles, nine tackles for losses and one forced fumble as a sophomore. Zaiden Masters, Bryce Sickler and Easton Davis will lead the secondary. Masters had 57 tackles, five interceptions, 15 pass breakups and a forced fumble in 2022. “We were able to leave Zaiden on an island anytime at cornerback while playing in a really tough district,” Richardson said. Both Davis and Sickler recorded 34 tackles and one interception last year. Braden Garrison will anchor the defensive line after collecting 81 tackles, three sacks and 12 tackles for losses as a junior. Gabe Villanueva (5-10, 185, Sr.) also brings experience to the Bulldoggers’ three-man front. “We like to play fast and pressure offenses,” Richardson said. “We want to dictate what the offense does by getting them behind the sticks.”


8-25 – vs. Miami

9-1 – vs. Nowata

9-8 – at Vinita

9-22 – vs. Jay

9-29 – at Bristow

10-6 – at Holland Hall

10-12 – vs. Inola

10-20 – at Tulsa Central

10-27 – at Verdigris

11-3 – vs. Cascia Hall

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