Future Cowboys: Week Two Results

Each week throughout the season GoPokes.com will track the progress of the 22 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 this week's games.

GERRON ANTHONY, OL (6-4, 290)
John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) HS Lions
The Lions, 2-0, trailed 12-7 at halftime but dominated the second half en route to an impressive 27-18 victory over Lufkin, ending a nine-game losing streak to Panthers.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: John Tyler powers past Lufkin

CALVIN BARNETT, DT (6-3, 305)
Washington (Tulsa, Okla.) HS Hornets
Barnett and the Hornets opened defense of their Class 5A state championship with an impressive 27-6 victory over Midwest City Carl Albert, the team they defeated in the state title game last December.
Tulsa World: Bennett leads Hornets to win

KRIS CATLIN, LB (6-2, 210)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
Madison's game against Kerrville Tivy was halted because of lightning late in the first half and was canceled after nearly two hours. Because the game was still in the first half it will be counted as a no contest.
San Antonio Express-News: Streety, Madison take a raincheck

LAVOCHEYA COOPER, S (6-1, 185)
Arp (Texas) HS Tigers
Cooper scored two rushing to lead the second-ranked Arp Tigers to a 54-6 victory over San Augustine on Friday night.
JOHNNY DEATON, QB (6-2, 190)
Charles Page (Sand Springs, Okla.), HS Sandites
Deaton, one of two quarterbacks who have given the Cowboys a verbal commitment, rushed for 44 yards and threw for another 54 before suffering a reported separated right collarbone on the second play of the third quarter in Friday night's season-opening 28-14 loss to Enid. Deaton was taken to the hospital for tests and did not return to play.
Tulsa World: Deaton injures collarbone

CHRIS DINKINS, S (6-4, 290)
Lee (Tyler, Texas) HS Red Raiders
Dinkins and his Lee High School teammates play Longview on Saturday.

JUSTIN GILBERT, WR (6-0, 178)
Huntsville (Texas) HS Hornets
Gilbert scored on a 68-yard fake punt but that wasn't enough as Huntsville suffered a 28-7 loss to College Park in the Hornets' season opener on Friday night.
Huntsville Item: Hornets do themselves no favors in ugly, opening loss to Cavaliers
DEVIN HEDGEPETH, CB (6-0, 190)
Derby (Kan.) HS Panthers
Hedgepeth scored a pair of touchdowns – catching a 70-yard scoring pass and running 9 yards for another score – to lead the Panthers to a 27-3 victory over Campus in Friday night's season opener. Hedgepeth finished with two catches for 96 yards, and two rushes for 14 yards.
Wichita Eagle: Derby 27, Campus 3

DEION IMADE, S (6-0, 177)
Rowlett (Texas) HS Eagles
Rowlett suffered its second loss in two games when Rockwall scored a touchdown in the game's final minutes for a 31-28 victory on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Late score lifts Rockwall over Rowlett, 31-28

KEVIN JOHNSON, WR (6-2, 200)
Cypress Ridge (Houston) HS Rams
The Rams, 1-0, were scheduled to play Klein on Saturday night.

DAN KOENIG, OL (6-6, 260)
Cape Coral (Fla.) HS Seahawks
Koenig and the Seahawks offensive line did their job Friday night as Cape Coral quarterback Jaylen Watkins rushed for 233 yards and three touchdowns in a season-opening 35-14 victory over Mariner on Friday night.
Cape Coral Daily Breeze: Seahawks top Tritons

CALEB LAVEY, LB (6-3, 210)
Celina (Texas) HS Bobcats
Lavey had another monster game from his middle linebacker position with more than 15 tackles but the Bobcats couldn't stop quarterback Johnny Catalano as he rushed for 289 yards and four touchdowns to lead TCA-Addison to a 27-24 victory over Celina on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: TCA-Addison, fans celebrate big win over powerhouse Celina

SHAUN LEWIS, LB (6-1, 207)
Hightower (Fort Bend, Texas) HS Hurricanes
Lewis and the Hurricanes have an open week before returning to the field Thursday night.
Next: Thursday, Sept. 10, vs. Fort Bend Kempner.

CHRIS LITTLEHEAD, DT (6-3, 305)
Sequoyah (Tahlequah, Okla.) HS Indians
The Indians opened the season Friday night with a 20-10 victory over Oologah.

STEPHEN MAEWEATHER, LB (6-0, 205)
Sharpstown (Houston) HS Apollos
Houston Chavez rolled to a 37-0 victory over Sharpstown on Friday night.

MONTRA NELSON, WR (6-3, 215)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas) HS Volunteers
Bowie improved to 2-0 with a 24-13 victory over South Garland on Thursday night that was called at halftime because of lightning strikes near the stadium.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Bowie prevails in game shortened by lightning

JOE OKAFOR, OL (6-6, 250)
Bellaire (Houston) HS Cardinals
Bellaire's defense only allowed 214 total yards – just 42 rushing yards on 21 attempts – to defeat Houston Washington 18-13 on Thursday night for the Cardinals' first victory of the season.
Next: Friday, Sept. 11, at Southlake Carroll.

CHASE ROME, LB (6-3, 285)
Rock Bridge (Columbia, Mo.) HS Bruins
Rock Bridge gave the defending Class 6 state champions all they wanted but couldn't pull off the upset on Friday night. The Bruins turned the ball over four times and lost to Hazelwood Central, ranked No. 2 in the state, by the score of 17-14.
Columbia Daily Tribune: Bruins stand up to Hazelwood Central but fade in loss

TOMMIE SAUNDERS, S (6-1, 195)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
Madison's game against Kerrville Tivy was halted because of lightning late in the first half and was canceled after nearly two hours. Because the game was still in the first half it will be counted as a no contest.
San Antonio Express-News: Streety, Madison take a raincheck

NATE SORENSON, QB (6-3, 200)
Texas (Texarkana, Texas) HS Tigers
Sorenson and the Tigers got back on the winning track with a 33-13 victory over Lake Hamilton, the defending Class 6A state champions from Arkansas. The Tigers, 1-1, ran for 249 yards in the victory.

LARRY STEPHENS, CB (6-0, 180)
North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) HS Mustangs
A week after seeing its 78-game regular season winning streak snapped, the Mustangs got back to their winning ways with a 30-14 victory over Eisenhower on Friday night.
Houston Chronicle: North Shore gets back to its winning way

DIAMONTE WHEELER, DT (6-2, 255)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas), Volunteers
Bowie improved to 2-0 with a 24-13 victory over South Garland on Thursday night that was called at halftime because of lightning strikes near the stadium.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Bowie prevails in game shortened by lightning

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