The Patriots, state runners-up to Evangel Christian in 2009, are seeded No. 1 in Class 2A. Last night, they easily disposed of No. 32 Many High School, which ended the year 4-7.
Curtis' only loss came to the No. 2 team in Class 4A, the Salmen Spartans. Next week, the Patriots are at home again versus No. 16 University Lab, which happens to be SMU commit Nyle Johnson's former school.
Assistant coach Jeff Reinebold, who was responsible for securing the commitment of Johnson, is also recruiting Jones and the Mustangs wide receivers coach was in attendance for the Curtis/Many game.
"I haven't spoken with Coach Reinebold recently, but I saw him at the game last night," said Jones. "I'm going to start taking official visits when the season is complete. I don't have a favorite school yet; all of them are pretty even."