Future Cowboys: Week Three

Each week throughout the season GoPokes.com will track the progress of the 23 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
Anthony and the John Tyler offensive line did its job Friday night as the Lions rolled up more than 400 yards of total offense en route to a 39-22 victory over Arlington Lamar to improve to 3-0 o the season.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: John Tyler moves to 3-0 with win
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, vs. at Wichita Falls Rider.

CALVIN BARNETT, DT (6-3, 305)
Washington (Tulsa, Okla.) HS Hornets
The top-ranked Class 5A Hornets defeated Tulsa East Central 28-7 on Friday night in a game that was called midway through the third quarter because of several fights off the field not involving players that police had to break up.
Tulsa World: BTW defeats East Central
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Broken Arrow.

KRIS CATLIN, LB (6-2, 210)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
The Mavericks, 1-0, rallied for a 21-13 victory over New Braunfels on Saturday to give longtime coach Jim Streety his 300th career win.
San Antonio Express-News: Madison's Streety wins one for the books
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Johnson.

LAVOCHEYA COOPER, S (6-1, 185)
Arp (Texas) HS Tigers
Cooper rushed for 113 yards and three touchdowns as his second-ranked Class 2A Arp Tigers defeated No. 2 Class A Alto in impressive fashion 35-0 on Friday night. Cooper scored on a pair fo 1-yard touchdown runs in the first half and added a 67-yard TD in the fourth quarter.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Arm hammers Alto in hyped matchup
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Palestine Westwood.

ZACK CRAIG, DB (6-2, 155)
Smithson Valley (Texas) HS Rangers
Smithson Valley, 2-1, scored with 44 seconds remaining to capture a 17-12, come-from-behind victory over Reagan in both team's District 26-5A opener on Friday night.
San Antonio Exprees-News: Mecke drags Smithson Valley past Reagan
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at New Braunfels.

JOHNNY DEATON, QB (6-2, 190)
Charles Page (Sand Springs, Okla.), HS Sandites
Deaton had season-ending surgery on Wednesday, Sept. 9, after breaking his collarbone on his right throwing arm in the first game of the season. Sand Springs rallied to defeat Stillwater 45-42 on Friday night with Deaton watching from the sideline.
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, vs. Ponca City.

CHRIS DINKINS, S (6-4, 290)
Lee (Tyler, Texas) HS Red Raiders
The Red Raiders were scheduled to play at Dallas Kimball on Saturday afternoon.
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, vs. Abilene.

JUSTIN GILBERT, WR (6-0, 178)
Huntsville (Texas) HS Hornets
Gilbert, playing quarterback this season, threw three touchdown passes and ran for another but Huntsville couldn't come up with the big play when it was needed in a 35-28 overtime loss on Friday night.
Huntsville Item: Stolen away
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Houston Waltrip.

DEVIN HEDGEPETH, CB (6-0, 190)
Derby (Kan.) HS Panthers
Hedgepeth caught six passes for 154 yards and ran for another 50 yards on four carries but it wasn't enough as Derby suffered a 20-12 loss to Salina Central on Friday night.
Wichita Eagle: Salina Central's big fourth quarter tops Derby
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Goddard.

DEION IMADE, S (6-0, 177)
Rowlett (Texas) HS Eagles
Rowlett recorded an impressive 41-18 victory over Carrollton Creekview on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Rowlett 41, Carrollton Creekview 18
Next: Thursday, Sept. 17, vs. Wylie.

KEVIN JOHNSON, WR (6-2, 200)
Cypress Ridge (Houston) HS Rams
Johnson was outstanding with six catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns – a 30-yarder to tie the game 7-7 in the first half and a 72-yard scoring catch and run on the Ram's first drive of the third quarter – but it wasn't enough as Cypress Ridge allowed 25 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to fall 39-25 to Cinco Ranch.
Houston Chronicle: Nlemchi, Cougars put it into fourth gear
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Cypress Woods.

DAN KOENIG, OL (6-6, 260)
Cape Coral (Fla.) HS Seahawks
Cape Coral snapped a 12-game losing streak that dated back to 1994 with a 26-13 victory over Fort Myers on Friday night. The Seahawks are now 2-0 on the season.
Cape Coral Daily Breeze: Seahawks savor 26-13 win over Green Wave
Next: Thursday, Sept. 17, at North Fort Myers.

CALEB LAVEY, LB (6-3, 210)
Celina (Texas) HS Bobcats
Celina suffered its season consecutive loss as No. 1-ranked Class 2A Daingerfield captured a 27-13 victory over the Bobcats on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Daingerfield 27, Celina 13
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Fort Worth Arlington Heights.

SHAUN LEWIS, LB (6-1, 207)
Hightower (Fort Bend, Texas) HS Hurricanes
Hightower improved to 2-0 with Thursday night's 29-7 victory over Fort Bend Kempner.
Next: Saturday, Sept. 19, at Fort Bend Rush.

CHRIS LITTLEHEAD, DT (6-3, 305)
Sequoyah (Tahlequah, Okla.) HS Indians
The Indians improved to 2-0 with a 36-6 victory over Muskogee's junior varsity on Saturday.
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Victory Christian.

STEPHEN MAEWEATHER, LB (6-0, 205)
Sharpstown (Houston) HS Apollos
Sharpstown suffered a 47-8 loss to League City Clear Springs on Saturday to drop to 0-3.
Next: Saturday, Sept. 19, at Port Lavaca Calhoun.

MONTRA NELSON, WR (6-3, 215)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas) HS Volunteers
Nelson had two catches for 34 yards in Arlington Bowie's 35-27 loss to Dallas Skyline on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Despite tough conditiions, Skyline, Arlington Bowie put on a show
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, vs. Dallas O.D. Wyatt.

JOE OKAFOR, OL (6-6, 250)
Bellaire (Houston) HS Cardinals
Okafor and the Cardinals made the trip north to face powerhouse Southlake Carroll Friday night, and it turned out to be a night to forget as Southlake Carroll scored the game's first 24 points en route to a 61-13 victory. Bellaire saw its record fall to 1-2.
Next: Thursday, Sept. 24. vs, Milby.

CHASE ROME, LB (6-3, 285)
Rock Bridge (Columbia, Mo.) HS Bruins
Rome and his teammates were scheduled to play at McCluer North on Saturday
Next: Thursday, Sept. 24, vs. Hickman @ Faurot Field.

TOMMIE SAUNDERS, S (6-1, 195)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
The Mavericks, 1-0, rallied for a 21-13 victory over New Braunfels on Saturday to give longtime coach Jim Streety his 300th career win.
San Antonio Express-News: Madison's Streety wins one for the books
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, at Johnson.

NATE SORENSON, QB (6-3, 200)
Texas (Texarkana, Texas) HS Tigers
Sorenson and the Tigers defeated Arkansas High 34-28 on Friday night to improve to 2-1 on the season.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Longview.

LARRY STEPHENS, CB (6-0, 180)
North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) HS Mustangs
North Shore rolled to an easy 48-10 victory over Houston Cypress Falls on Friday night to improve to 2-1.
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, vs. La Marque.

DIAMONTE WHEELER, DT (6-2, 255)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas), Volunteers
Bowie suffered its first loss of the season with a 35-27 setback at the hands of Dallas Skyline on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Despite tough conditiions, Skyline, Arlington Bowie put on a show
Next: Friday, Sept. 18, vs. Dallas O.D. Wyatt.


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