Future Cowboys In Week 11

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 11th week of the high school season.

McKinney (Texas) North
McKinney North lost its second game in a row – a 35-28 setback to Little Elm in the regular season finale – after opening the season with eight victories. Despite the loss the Bulldogs made the Class 4A-Division I playoffs. Next: Friday, Nov. 17, vs. Highland Park (10-0), in a Class 4A-Division I bi-district game.
Dallas Morning News: Little Elm 35, McKinney North 28

Celina (Texas) High
Celina, which won the Class 2A state championship a year ago, improved to 10-0 with Friday night's 34-9 victory over Whitesboro – the Bobcats closest game since a 21-point win the third week of the season. Next: Friday, Nov. 17. vs. Quinlan Ford (5-5) in a Class 3A-Division II playoff game.
Dallas Morning News: Celina 34, Whitesboro 9

JOSH COOPER, WR-K (6-1, 170)
Mustang (Okla.) High
Cooper, playing on a severely sprained ankle that limited his practice time throughout the week, caught eight passes for 100 yards as the Broncos, 10-1, defeated Lawton Eisenhower in a first-round Class 6A playoff game Friday night. Next: Friday, Nov. 17, at Enid (7-4) in Class 6A quarterfinals.
The Oklahoman: Mustang's defense prevails as Broncos defeat Lawton Ike

DAMIAN DAVIS, WR (6-5, 190)
Mart (Texas) High
Davis had four catches for 95 yards as the No-1 ranked Mart Panthers defeated second-ranked Marlin in a battle of the state's best Class 2A teams on Friday night. Mart, 9-1, ended Marlin's 43-game district winning streak dating back to 1998. Next: Friday, Nov. 17, vs. Hamilton, in Class 2A-Division II bi-district playoff game at Killeen.
Waco Tribune-Herald: Mart rolls to 22-2A crown

Schertz (Texas) Clemens
Clemens kept its perfect district record intact with a 27-17 victory over Canyon, and now begins preparing for the Class 4A-Division II playoffs. Next: Saturday, Nov. 18, vs. Burnet (7-3) in a Class 4A-Division II bi-district game.
San Antonio Express-News: Clemens 27, N.B. Canyon 17

AHMAD JONES, OL/DT (6-3, 310)
Silsbee (Texas) High
Silsbee defeated Jasper 35-0 to finish with a 6-1 record in District 3A-21, and advances to the playoffs. Next: TBA.

Dallas (Texas) Lincoln
The Tigers improved to 7-3 overall and 5-1 in District 4A-13 with a 34-0 victory over Thomas Jefferson on Friday night. Next: Class 4A-Division II playoffs vs. TBA.
Dallas Morning News: Lincoln 34, Thomas Jefferson 0

ISAAC MADISON, CB (5-10, 175)
Dallas (Texas) Carter
The Cowboys, 8-2 rolled into next week playoffs with an easy 59-0 victory over Sunset, as the defense limited their opponent to 51 total yards and scored on a fumble return on the game's first play. Next: Saturday, Nov. 18, vs. Tyler John Tyler (4-6) in a Class 5A-Division I bi-district game played at Waco ISD Stadium.

Floresville (Texas) High
Floresville, 2-8, saw its season come to a close with a 25-12 loss to Uvalde on Friday night.

Oklahoma City (Okla.) Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall, 7-4, advanced to the second round of the Class 2A playoffs with a 28-0 shutout of Watonga in a first-round game played Friday night. Next: Saturday, Nov. 18, at Bethany (9-2) in Class 2A second-round game.

Seguin (Texas) High
Seguin High School won a district title for the first time since 1993 with Friday night's 35-14 victory over Austin Bowie, and completed the season with nine consecutive wins. The Matadors open the Class 5A-Division I playoffs against Austin Reagan on Saturday. Next: Saturday, Nov. 18, vs. Austin Reagan (6-4) in a Class 5A-Division I bi-district game at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
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: Seguin takes district
San Antonio Express-News: Seguin 35, Austin Bowie 14

JONATHAN RUSH, OL (6-4, 271)
Killeen (Texas) High
Friday night was a night of highs and lows for Rush and his Killeen Kangaroo teammates. Killeen rallied from a 12-7 halftime deficit with 26 second-half point en route to a 33-12 victory over Waco University. Killeen, 5-5 overall, finished tied with Midway and Brownwood with a 2-3 record for the final playoff spot in District 16-4A, forcing the coaches to meet at midnight for a coin-flip tiebreaker that was won by Brownwood.

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