Future Cowboys

Who had the best week in leading their team last week? Chuba Hubbard? Tyon Merchant? LaMarcus Morton? Tylan Wallace? Spencer Sanders? Here’s a quick look at how all of OSU’s commits performed in this past week’s games.

The Skinny: Bixby improved to 4-3 with Friday night’s 60-6 win over Ponca City.
Next: Thursday, Oct. 20, vs. Bartlesville.

The Skinny: Greenwood caught three passes for 38 yards, including touchdown receptions of 10 and 24 yards, to help Garland Lakeview Centennial to a 44-18 victory over Garland. Through seven games, Greenwood has 31 catches for 605 yards (19.5-yard average) and 10 touchdowns.
Dallas News: Garland Lakeview Centennial defeats Garland
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at North Garland.

The Skinny: Hubbard helped Bev Facey stayed unbeaten during a 38-14 victory over Austin O’Brien. The top-ranked high school prospect in Canada, Hubbard rushed for a season-high 278 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries as Bev Facey improved to 8-0. His 278-yard performance comes a week after he ran for 234 yards and three TDs on just four carries (yes, just four carries). For the season, Hubbard has 1,393 rushing yards on 84 carries (16.6-yard average) and 14 touchdowns.
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at Paul Kane.

The Skinny: Johnson caught three passes for 28 yards but Arlington Bowie saw its six-game winning streak come to an end with a 33-29 loss to Arlington on Friday night. For the season, Johnson has 18 catches for 308 yards (17.1-yard average) and five touchdowns in helping the Volunteers to a 6-1 record. Johnson has scored three different ways – punt return, kickoff return and pass receiving – this season.
Dallas News: Arlington defeats Arlington Bowie
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at Arlington Lamar.

The Skinny: The Reagan Rattlers (6-1) were off this week.
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, vs. San Antonio Johnson.

The Skinny: King and Fitzgerald improved to 6-1 overall and 2-0 in Class AA Region 1 with a 42-0 victory over Berrien.
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, vs. Brooks County.

The Skinny: Martin had a season-high 15 tackles in Oologah's 17-7 loss to Wagoner on Friday night. The Mustangs lost to the Bulldogs in the Class 4A state championship game each of the past two seasons. Through seven games, Martin has eight sacks on the season (43 over his high school career) and 73 tackles.
Tulsa World: Bulldogs power past Mustangs, 17-7
Next: Thursday, Oct. 20, at Miami.

The Skinny: McCune helped Dallas Christian improve to 8-0 with a 56-26 victory over Tyler Bishop Gorman on Friday night.
ETFinalscore.com: Dallas Christian stops Gorman, 56-26
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at Brook Hill.

The Skinny: Merchant’s interception and return set up the victory-clinching touchdown as A&M Consolidated broke a two-game losing sreak with Friday night’s 28-14 win in the Crosstown Showdown with rival Bryan High School.
BrazosSports.com: Tigers triumph over Vikings in crosstown showdown
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at Waco University.

The Skinny: Keller lost 35-7 to rival Keller Central and the Indians saw their record drop to 2-5.
Dallas News: Keller Central defeats Keller
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, vs. Timber Creek.

The Skinny: West Brook and Lufkin combined for 133 points and 1,476 total yards of offense in a game that didn’t go to overtime Friday night. West Brook finished with 809 total yards (441 rushing and 368 passing) but it took a touchdown run in the final 30 seconds as West Brook captured a thrilling 70-63 victory over Lufkin. Moore and his offensive line teammates did the job as two Bruins had big games – quarterback L’Ravien Elia (29 carries for 256 yards) and running back James Denley (20 for 191 yards).
Etsn.fm: L’Ravien Elia, Beaumont West Brook take down Lufkin in epic 70-63 shootout
Next: Thursday, Oct. 27, vs. Oak Ridge.

The Skinny: Morton had a big game – breaking up a pass in the end zone late in the game and adding four catches for 123 yards, including touchdown receptions of 61 and 10 yards – in helping Gilmer to a 35-28 victory over Gladewater. For the season, Morton has 37 catches for 733 yards (19.8-yard average) and seven touchdowns.
Etsn.fm: Gilmer overcomes second half miscues to escape Gladewater, 35-28
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at Spring Hill.

The Skinny: Mwaniki accounted for his team’s only points with a 74-yard touchdown reception as No. 1-ranked Allen defeated Denton Guyer 42-7 on Friday night.
Dallas News: Top-ranked Allen Eagles steamroll Denton Guyer, 42-7
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, vs. Wylie.

The Skinny: Lovejoy led 37-6 early in the third quarter but saw West Mesquite score 40 unanswered points the rest of the way in suffering a 46-37 loss.
Dallas News: West Mesquite defeats Forney
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, vs. Highland Park.

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 caught five passes for 101 yards, including a 44-yarder for a touchdown, and also scored after returning an interception 60 yards for a TD as South Hills improved to 7-0 with a 56-0 victory over Fort Worth Western Hills. He also added an 18-yard run on his only carry. For the season, Tylan has 30 catches for 553 yards (18.4-yard average) with six touchdowns. He also has 89 rushing yards on five carries with one TD.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: South Hills romps past FW Western Hills
Next: Saturday, Oct. 22, at Young Men’s Leadership Academy.

The Skinny: Woods scored on a 13-yard run and threw a touchdown pass to teammate Jadon Haselwood as ninth-ranked Class AAA Cedar Grove rolled to a 49-0 victory over Pace Academy.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 22, at Stone Mountain.

2018 Commit

The Skinny: Sanders was 15 of 19 passing for 256 yards and five touchdowns in helping Denton Ryan win its 17th consecutive regular season game dating back to last season with a 57-14 victory over Sherman. Sanders threw touchdown passes of 26, 12, 6 and 3 yards in the first quarter as Denton Ryan jumped out to a 29-0 lead. He also ran twice for 22 yards. For the season, Sanders is 105 for 168 passing for 1,435 yards with 20 touchdowns and just four interceptions. He also leads the Raiders with 551 rushing yards on 88 carries (6.3-yard average) with 11 TDs.
Denton Record-Chronicle: Ryan stuff Sherman star
Next: Friday, Oct. 21, at Wichita Falls. 

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