Future Cowboys In Week Seven

Each week throughout the season GoPokes.com will track the progress of the 18 high school football players who have verbally committed to sign with Oklahoma State next February. Here are the results for each of the players' teams from the seventh week of the high school season.

Wichita Falls (Texas) High Coyotes
Anderson had four catches for 92 yards, including a 60-yard catch and run early in the fourth quarter to give Wichita Falls the lead en route to a 43-32 victory over Boswell on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Sherman.
Wichita Falls Times-Record: Coyotes hold off Boswell 43-32

TIM BENFORD, DE (6-5, 230)
Jersey Village (Texas) High Falcons
Jersey Village won its second game of the season Saturday night – a 41-14 victory over Cypress Creek – and improved to 2-1 in District 17-5A to move into a three-way tie for second place.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Langham Creek.
Houston Chronicle: Crawford, Jersey Village win big

Westfield (Houston, Texas) High Mustangs
The Westfield defense forced four turnovers (three fumbles and an interception) as the Mustangs improved to 5-2 with a 24-7 victory over Klein Forest on Friday night. Westfield improved to 3-0 in District 16-5A and have a bye week this week before returning to action Oct. 27.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 27, at Klein.
Houston Chronicle: Westfield tops Klein Forest to stay perfect in district

DAJUAN DAVIS, OT (6-4, 295)
Crowley (Texas) High Eagles
Crowley scored three touchdowns in the third quarter to capture a 21-0 victory over Cleburne Friday night to remain undefeated in District 8-4A. The Eagles improve to 4-2 with their fourth consecutive victory.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Mineral Wells.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Crowley seizes chances to stay atop District 8-4A

ALFRED DUPREE, LB (6-2, 210)
Skyline (Dallas, Texas) High Raiders
Skyline had little trouble in a 48-0 victory over Molina Thursday night to improve to 5-1 overall.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Mineral Wells.
Dallas Morning News: Skyline cruises to 48-0 victory

La Marque (Texas) High Cougars
La Marque won its 19th consecutive game dating back to last season but had to rally from a 13-point deficit to defeat Friendswood 27-20 on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Texas City.
Houston Chronicle: La Marque trims Friendswood
Galveston Daily News: Coog storm back to defeat Mustangs

JEREMY GRAY, DE (6-6, 235)
Sherman (Texas) High Bearcats
Sherman played without standout running back Waymon James who was suspended for the game, and Denton Ryan captured a 35-10 victory on Saturday afternoon.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Wichita Falls.
Denton Record-Chronicle: Raiders pull away from Sherman in second half

JACKIE HINTON, WR (5-11, 185)
Channelview (Texas) High Falcons
Hinton rushed for 212 yards and three touchdowns on 31 carries to help Channelview break a four-game losing streak with a 34-14 victory over Baytown Sterling on Friday night. Hinton scored on runs of 6, 31 and 4 yards for the Falcons.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 20, at .Atascocita.

PATRICK HOOG, OG (6-4, 295)
Medina Valley (Texas) High Panthers
Hoog and the offensive line did a good job as Medina Valley's Aaron Baxter rushed for 257 yards, but Poteet's Moses Rodriguez ran for 446 yards and five touchdowns Friday night to lead the Aggies to a 40-34 victory in the District 27-3A opener for both teams.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Pleasanton.
San Antonio Express-News: Rodriguez rushes for 446 yards in win over Medina Valley

JUSTIN HORTON, TE (6-4, 220)
Henderson (Texas) High Lions
Horton had seven catches for 101 yards, including a 47-yard touchdown reception, but it wasn't enough as Nacogdoches defeated Henderson 34-10 on Friday night. Horton had a 30-yard catch in the first half to set up the Lions' first score – a 22-yard field goal – and then his TD catch in the second half accounted for Henderson's only other points.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Marshall.
Nacodoches Daily Sentinel: Dragons take impressive win over Henderson

VICTOR JONES, LB (6-1, 220)
Richland (North Richland Hills, Texas) High Rebels
Richland scored two touchdowns in the final six minutes to capture a 17-7 win and spoil the upset bid by Justin Northwest.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Keller.
Dallas Morning News: Richland 17, Justin Northwest 7

TRAVIS MILLER, RB (5-10, 180)
Marlin (Texas) High Bulldogs
Miller scored four touchdowns and added a two-point conversion as Marlin was unstoppable in Friday night's 70-19 victory over Riesel.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Buffalo.
Marlin Democrat: Bulldogs feast on Indians, 70-19

Mesquite (Texas) High Skeeters
Richards caught a 47-yard touchdown pass to cap a 95-yard drive on Mesquite's first drive of the second half en route to a 20-0 victory over Tyler John Tyler on Friday night. Richards finished with seven catches for 94 yards on the night for the Skeeters, who improved to 3-3 overall.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. North Mesquite.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: John Tyler drops district opener against Mesquite

QUINN SHARP, K (6-0, 180)
Summit (Arlington, Texas) High Jaguars
Sharp, whose photo is in this week's issue of Sports Illustrated, connected on field goals of 23 and 50 yards as Summit overcame five fumbles in the first half (two of which they lost) to capture a 20-7 victory over North Crowley on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Granbury.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Summit remains unbeated in 4-5A play

KODY SPANO, QB (6-2, 200)
Stephenville (Texas) High Yellow Jackets
Spano completed 17 of 25 passes for 302 yards and three touchdowns, including a 96-yard scoring toss to Chris Malone, as Stephenville remains undefeated with a 64-11 victory over Joshua on Friday night. Spano also touchdown passes of 15 and 12 yards to Josh Graves, and contributed a pair of short scoring runs for the Yellow Jackets.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Cleburne.

KYE STALEY, ATH (6-0, 200)
Guthrie (Okla.) High Blue Jays
Staley and the Blue Jays rolled to an easy 69-0 victory over Oklahoma City John Marshall on Friday night, as the Guthrie senior rushed for 120 yards and three touchdowns on just nine carries. He also was 4-for-4 passing for 30 yards as the Blue Jays improved to 7-0.
Next: Thursday, Oct. 18 vs. Noble.

LANE TAYLOR, OG (6-2, 295)
Arlington Martin (Texas) High Colts
The Colts, who were 4-7 a year ago, made a statement with Friday night's 36-33 victory over DeSoto, improving to 6-0 overall and 3-0 in District 8-5A.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, at Duncanville.
Dallas Morning News: Arlington Martin seizes power in 8-5A

South Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas) High Warriors
South Grand Prairie defeated Irving 20-17 on Friday night for the Warriors second consecutive victory after opening with four losses.
Next: Friday, Oct. 19, vs. Hurst L.D. Bell.

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