Cade Yeager plans to lead the Tigers back to state

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Cade Yeager plans to lead the Tigers back to state

Senior Cade Yeager plans to lead Broken Arrow.

Senior Cade Yeager plans to lead Broken Arrow.

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Senior Cade Yeager plans to lead Broken Arrow.

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Senior Cade Yeager plans to lead Broken Arrow.

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Starting quarterback Cade Yeager is now heading into his senior season and has worked extremely hard this off-season to make himself a better player. Yeager is a huge influence to multiple players including the younger players at his position, mainly junior Peyton Ross and sophomore Peyton Thompson.

“Cade sets an excellent example for the younger guys and has become more vocal over the following summer,” Ross said.

Yeager has a big year ahead of him as he plans to lead the Tigers back to the highly coveted state championship game in which they placed second behind the Jenks Trojans.

“I look forward to the Jenks game the most,” Yeager said. “I plan to have a great game and hopefully get some revenge.”

Over the summer, Yeager has made multiple strides to improve his game.

“I’ve improved this summer by just throwing with the new wide receivers and working on my footwork. I’ve also gained about 20 pounds so I could get above 200 pounds and take more hits in games,” Yeager said.

All that hard work is now starting to pay off, as Yeager is beginning to receive interest from colleges like Missouri State, Pitt State, and the University of Montana. He has also received offers from Northeastern State University and South Eastern Oklahoma State University.

“My personal goals are to win state, and to throw for over 3,ooo yards,” Yeager said.

This young quarterback begins his senior season and plans to help lead the Tigers back to the infamous State Title game.

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