Future Cowboys In Week 10

Each week throughout the season GoPokes.com is tracking the progress of the 12 high school football players who have verbally committed to sign with Oklahoma State next February. Here are the results from the 10th week of the high school season.

McKinney (Texas) North
McKinney North saw its hopes for a perfect season end as Frisco scored on a 24-yard quarterback sneak with a little more than a minute remaining for a 21-17 victory Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Little Elm.
Dallas Morning News: Frisco ends McKinney North's perfect season

Celina (Texas) High
Blatnick and the Celina defense shut down Prosper in the second half – allowing only 36 yards and one first down – en route to a 35-7 victory on Friday night. Celina, 9-0, can clinch the District 9-3A title with a win Friday night against Whitesboro. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Whitesboro.
Dallas Morning News: Celina sees spread, then figures out how to beat it

JOSH COOPER, WR-K (6-1, 170)
Mustang (Okla.) High
Cooper, who leads all of Class 6A with 67 catches for 1,145 yards and 15 touchdowns, suffered an ankle injury in the second quarter of Mustang's 28-7 victory over Edmond Santa Fe on Friday night, and did not return. He was scheduled to have an MRI over the weekend. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Lawton Ike (7-3) in first round of Class 6A playoffs.
The Oklahoman: Broncos roll

DAMIAN DAVIS, WR (6-5, 190)
Mart (Texas) High
Davis had four catches for 86 yards, including a 49-yard catch and run on a slip screen to set up the Panthers first touchdown of the game, and also intercepted a pass as Mart rolled to a 35-0 victory over Teague on Friday night. Mart, which moved up to No. 1 in the Associated Press 2A poll last week, will play for the District 22-2A title when it faces No. 3 Marlin this week. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Marlin.
Waco Tribune-Herald: No. 1 Mart crushes Teague, targets Marlin

Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Higgins, who primarily plays defensive end, caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from the tight end position in the second quarter as Clemens won its eighth consecutive game after opening the season with a loss and clinched the District 26-4A title with a 41-0 victory over Lehman on Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Canyon.
San Antonio Express-News: Clemens wraps up title in 26-4A with easy win

AHMAD JONES, OL/DT (6-3, 310)
Silsbee (Texas) High
Silsbee clinched a playoff berth with Friday night's 42-32 victory over Kirbyville on Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Jasper.
Beaumont Express Enterprise: Silsbee pulls away

Dallas (Texas) Lincoln
Lincoln could have used Jones, who is out for the season with a hip fracture, on Thursday night as Woodrow Wilson's Brandon Dora rushed for 231 yards and three touchdowns to lead his team to a 25-21 win over Lincoln. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Thomas Jefferson.
Dallas Morning News: Woodrow wins on late TD

ISAAC MADISON, CB (5-10, 175)
Dallas (Texas) Carter
Carter clinched at least a share of the District 11-5A title with a 17-16 victory over Skyline on Friday night. Carter, 7-2 overall and 4-0 in district play, prevented Skyline's two-point conversion attempt with 1:05 remaining to secure the win. Next: Thursday, Nov. 9, vs. Sunset.
Dallas Morning News: Late TD, big stop boost Carter

Floresville (Texas) High
Floresville saw its record fall to 2-7 with a 19-13 loss to San Antonio Southside. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, vs. Uvalde.

Oklahoma City (Okla.) Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall, 6-4, lost its regular season finale 14-13 to Bethel but still managed to clinch a playoff berth. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Watonga (7-3) in first round of Class 2A playoffs.
The Oklahoman: Bethel spoils Stevens' record day

Seguin (Texas) High
Seguin captured at least a share of its first district championship since 1993 with a 50-27 victory over Austin Anderson on Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Austin Bowie.
Seguin Gazette-Enterprise: Matadors handle Anderson
San Antonio Express-News: Seguin 50, Austin Anderson 27

JONATHAN RUSH, OL (6-4, 271)
Killeen (Texas) High
Killeen lost 42-21 to Copperas Cove on Thursday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 10, at Waco University.

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