Future Cowboys: Johnson, Vaughn Star

Shamond Greenwood caught five passes for 156 yards and two touchdowns, Braydon Johnson had four catches for 115 yards, including scoring the winning touchdown on an 88-yard screen pass, and Brendan Vaughn (pictured above) scored his team’s only touchdown in a 12-10 victory. It was another outstanding week for future OSU Cowboys. Here’s a quick look at how all of OSU’s commits performed in this past week’s games.

The Skinny: Bixby’s Drake Allen took the opening kickoff back for a touchdown and the Spartans rolled to an easy 70-28 victory over No. 4 Class 6AII Westmoore on Friday night.
Tulsa World: Bixby scores early, often to dispatch Westmoore, 70-28
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, at Muskogee.

The Skinny: A 90-minute lightning delay couldn’t even slow down Greenwood, whose outstanding season continued even though Waxahachie handed Garland Lakeview Centennial its first loss of the season – 46-34 – on Friday night. Greenwood finished with five catches for 156 yards, including touchdown receptions of 42 and 66 yards. Through five games, Greenwood has 25 catches for 615 yards (24.6-yard average) and nine touchdowns.
Dallas News: Waxahachie defeats Garland Lakeview Centennial
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, at Sachse.

The Skinny: Hubbard only played defense this past week, and finished with two tackles and one pass deflection in helping Bev Facey to a 52-7 victory over Jasper Place. Bev Facey head coach Curtis Martin said he didn't play Hubbard on offense after he suffered a minor injury the week before (and the Falcons still rushed for more than 500 yards), but the standout running back will definitely get the ball this week against rival Spruce Grove. Through five games, Hubbard has 773 rushing yards on 56 carries (13.8 yards per attempt) with seven touchdowns, and has caught three passes for 43 yards and two TDs.
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, at Spruce Grove.

The Skinny: Johnson scored what turned out to be the game-winning touchdown on an 88-yard catch and run in helping Arlington Bowie to a 12-10 victory over Arlington Martin. Johnson caught four passes for 115 yards, including the 88-yard touchdown on a screen pass in the third quarter for the go-ahead score. For the season, Johnson has 13 catches for 240 yards (18 yard average) and four TDs.
Dallas News: Arlington Bowie defeats Arlington Martin
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Arlington Sam Houston.

The Skinny: The Reagan Rattlers took a 21-0 halftime lead and rolled to a 38-6 victory over crosstown rival MacArthur on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Churchill.

The Skinny: King scored a touchdown to help Fitzgerald stay unbeaten with a 41-7 victory over Smiths Station from Alabama.
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, at Tift County.

The Skinny: Oologah scored 49 points in the first half to take a commanding 49-0 halftime lead en route to a 63-7 victory over Vinita. The Mustangs improve to 4-0 with the win.
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Catoosa.

The Skinny: Hendrickson suffered a 42-17 loss to Cedar Ridge on Friday night. The Hawks are now 1-3.
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, at Round Rock Westwood.

The Skinny: Dallas Christian needed a field goal in the game’s final minute to capture a 26-24 victory over Tyler Grace Community on Friday night. McCune had two carries for six yards.
etfinalscore: Dallas Christian edges Grace
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. All Saints’ Episcopal School.

The Skinny: A&M Consolidated ran its winning streak to three games with a 21-7 victory over Waco High on Friday night.
BrazosSports.com: A&M Consolidated holds off Waco to win District 18-5A opener
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Temple.

The Skinny: Misko and his Keller Indian teammates picked up their first win of the season with a 29-23 overtime victory over Weatherford on Friday night.
Dallas News: Keller defeats Weatherford
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Haltom.

The Skinny: Moore and his offensive line teammates did the job Friday night as West Brook running backs Joel Denley and James Jones combined for 266 rushing yards to lead the Bruins to a 45-24 win over Montgomery.
Beaumont Enterprise: West Brook downs Montgomery
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at The Woodlands.

The Skinny: Morton caught four passes for 43 yards to help Gilmer capture a thrilling 56-52 victory over Nacogdoches on Friday night.
ETvarsity.com: Gilmer secures late-game victory, beats Nacogdoches, 56-52
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, at Pleasant Grove.

The Skinny: Mwaniki caught a team-high four passes for 21 yards to help Guyer to a 34-24 victory over Plano on Friday night.
Denton Record-Chronicle: Guyer holds on after mistakes keep Plano close
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Plano East.

The Skinny: Vaughn scored Forney’s only touchdown – an 88-yard catch and run in the first quarter – to help the Jackrabbits to a 12-10 victory over Royse City on Friday night. Vaughn led Forney with three catches for 107 yards.
Dallas News: Forney defeats Royse City
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, vs. Lovejoy.

The Skinny: Tracin Wallace will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL – for the second time in two years – in the second game of the season. Before suffering the injury, Tracin was 19-of-29 passing for 333 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, and he had rushed for 209 yards on 20 carries (10.45 yards per attempt) with three touchdowns.

The Skinny: Tylan Wallace took it 70 yards the first time he touched the ball Thursday night and that set the tone for South Hills en route to a 68-7 victory over Fort Worth Trimble Tech. Wallace scored on the 70-yard run and later added an 11-yard touchdown reception. He finished with 140 total yards (three rushes for 68 yards and four catches for 72 yards). For the season, he has 19 catches for 332 yards with four touchdowns in four games.
Next: Friday, Sept. 30, vs. Fort Worth North Side.

The Skinny: In a rematch of last season’s Class AAA semifinal playoff game, Westminster defeated Cedar Grove 42-21 on Friday night. But Woods did his best to keep his team in the game, running for two touchdowns and throwing a 75-yard scoring pass.
Next: Friday, Oct. 7, vs. Towers. 

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