How The Future Cowboys Fared - Week 2

Adrian Hamilton has a fantastic game – scoring eight of his team's 15 points while playing only defense – and Michael Goodson goes down with an ankle injury during this week's games involving high school players who have committed to the Cowboys. Here are the results for all 13 future Cowboys from the second week of the high school season.

JEFF BEREUTER & JUSTIN GENT
Irving MacArthur (Irving, Texas)
The linebacking duo of Bereuter and Gent helped lead Irving MacArthur to a season-opening 44-21 victory over Arlington Seguin on Friday night. Seguin had just 67 rushing yards on 26 attempts. MacArthur blocked a punt, had a fumble recovery and a successful on-side kick – all in the first half – en route to taking a 35-7 halftime lead. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Allen.

DeMARCUS CONNOR
Westfield High (Houston, Texas)
Westfield's Anthony Forker returned the opening kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown Thursday and the top-ranked team in the Houston area rolled to a 40-12 season-opening victory over Cypress Falls. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Alief Taylor.

DERON FONTENOT
South Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas)
South Grand Prairie opened the season Friday night with a 20-17 overtime victory over Mansfield Summit. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Arlington Sam Houston.

MICHAEL GOODSON
Klein Collins (Klein, Texas)
Goodson did not have the season opener he expected as he tweaked an ankle late in the first half that had been bothering him earlier in the week and watched the entire second half from the sideline. He finished with just four carries for 23 yards as Klein Oaks upset Klein Collins 28-17 in both team's season openers. Next: Thursday, Sept. 8, vs. MacArthur.

ADRIAN HAMILTON
Carter High (Dallas, Texas)
Hamilton moved back to defensive end after an experiment at middle linebacker in the season opener and had a fantastic game as Carter defeated rival Kimball 15-0 in front of a sellout crowd of 12,000 on Friday night. The 6-3, 220-pound Hamilton accounted for eight of Carter's 15 points with a fumble return of 24 yards in the third quarter and a quarterback sack midway through the fourth quarter for a safety. Hamilton was dominant with five tackles for losses, including two sacks, in leading a defense that only allowed Kimball 24 yards of offense. Next: Saturday, Sept. 10, vs. Arlington Lamar.

SHANE JARKA
Fort Bend Austin (Fort Bend, Texas)
Jarka and his Fort Bend Austin struggled in the season opener Thursday night against Katy Taylor which captured a 23-7 win over the Bulldogs. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Foster.

PATRICK LAVINE
Jersey Village (Houston, Texas)
Jersey Village fell to 0-2 with Friday night's 35-7 loss to Katy. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, vs. Cypress Creek.

TRENT PERKINS
Alice High (Alice, Texas)
Perkins and his Alice Falcons teammates improved to 2-0 on the season with Friday night's 36-12 victory over Laredo Martin. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Ray.

JACOB SECREST
Stillwater High (Stillwater, Okla.)
Stillwater lost its season opener by the score of 33-13 to Owasso on Friday night. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Shawnee.

AL'DARIUS THOMPSON
North Mesquite (Mesquite, Texas)
Thompson scored both of North Mesquite's touchdowns – on runs of 1 and 19 yards – but it wasn't enough as Plano East won 25-16 on Friday night. Thompson finished with 82 yards rushing on 17 carries. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, at Hurst L.D. Bell.

DONNELL WILLIAMS
Madison High (Houston, Texas)
Williams and his Madison Marlin teammates improved to 2-0 on the season with a 42-30 victory over Aldine on Saturday night. The Madison defense forced three turnovers – all fumbles – which the offense turned into two touchdowns. Next: Saturday, Sept. 17, at Yates.

ARTRELL WOODS
Bryan High (Byran, Texas)
Woods led all rushers with 78 yards on 10 carries – including a 46-yard gain in the first half to set up a Bryan touchdown – as the Vikings defeated Tomball 21-17 to improve to 1-1 on the season. Next: Friday, Sept. 9, vs. Leander.

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