Future Cowboys: Week Four Results

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 Lions offense dominated as they rolled up 502 yards of total offense in Friday night's 53-13 victory over Wichita Falls Rider. John Tyler High improved to 4-0.
Wichita Falls Times Record: Lions crush Rider, 53-13
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Lewisville.

CALVIN BARNETT, DT (6-3, 305)
Washington (Tulsa, Okla.) HS Hornets
The top-ranked Class 5A Hornets had their 13-game winning streak snapped, and suffered their first loss of the season, in a 38-21 defeat at the hands of third-ranked 6A Broken Arrow on Friday night.
Tulsa World: Special teams, defense spark BA past Hornets
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Bishop Kelley.

KRIS CATLIN, LB (6-2, 210)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
The top-ranked Class 5A Mavericks defense, led by Catlin, Tommie Saunders (see below) and a host of other players, limited Johnson High to only 213 yards of offense en route to a 42-9 victory on Friday night.
San Antonio Express-News: Madison contnues to roll
Next: Saturday, Sept. 26, vs. MacArthur.

LAVOCHEYA COOPER, S (6-1, 185)
Arp (Texas) HS Tigers
Cooper rushed for 195 yards and three touchdowns – of 6, 62 and 15 yards – as the Tigers rallied from a 14-0 deficit for the 31-14 victory over Palestine Westwood on Friday night.
Palestine Herald: Arp dominates in second half for win over Westwood
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Tatum.

ZACK CRAIG, DB (6-2, 155)
Smithson Valley (Texas) HS Rangers
Smithson Valley suffered a 28-13 loss to News Braunfels on Friday night in a tough District 26-5A game. The Rangers are now 2-2 overall and 1-1 in district play.
San Antonio Exprees-News: New Braunfels ends drought against Smithson Valley
News Braunfels Herald-Zeitung: Unicorns hold off Rangers
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. San Antonio Johnson.

JOHNNY DEATON, QB (6-2, 190)
Charles Page (Sand Springs, Okla.), HS Sandites
Deaton had season-ending surgery on Sept. 9 after breaking his collarbone on his right throwing arm in the first game of the season. Sand Springs defeated Ponca City 31-10 on Friday night to improve to 2-1.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Tulsa Memorial.

CHRIS DINKINS, S (6-4, 290)
Lee (Tyler, Texas) HS Red Raiders
Dinkins caught two fourth-quarter touchdown passes – 3 and 7 yards – as the Red Raiders staged a furious comeback attempt but came up just short in a 34-29 loss to Abilene on Friday night. Dinkins finished with three catches for 13 yards, including the two TD receptions, and ran the ball 12 times for 44 yards for the Red Raiders, now 0-3.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Red Raiders rally in fourth quarter, but come up short
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Flower Mound Marcus.

JUSTIN GILBERT, WR (6-0, 178)
Huntsville (Texas) HS Hornets
Gilbert returned the second half kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown in leading Huntsville to its first win of the season with a 35-0 victory over Houston Waltrip on Friday night. Gilbert, playing quarterback this season for the Hornets, completed 5 of 9 passes for 59 yards.
Huntsville Item: Second-half explosion
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Caney Creek.

DEVIN HEDGEPETH, CB (6-0, 190)
Derby (Kan.) HS Panthers
The Panthers rebounded from a second week loss on Friday night with a 28-0 shutout victory over Goodard to improve to 2-1 on the season.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Hutchinson.

DEION IMADE, S (6-0, 177)
Rowlett (Texas) HS Eagles
Rowlett, 1-3, allowed 20 unanswered points in the second quarter of a 34-17 loss to Wylie on Thursday night.
Dallas Morning News: Wylie 34, Rowlett 17
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, at North Garland.

KEVIN JOHNSON, WR (6-2, 200)
Cypress Ridge (Houston) HS Rams
Johnson and the Rams had an open week before returning to action against Cypress Woods on Friday, Sept. 25. In his first three games, Johnson has 12 catches for 264 yards (an average of 22 yards per reception) and four touchdowns.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Cypress Woods.

DAN KOENIG, OL (6-6, 260)
Cape Coral (Fla.) HS Seahawks
Koenig and his Seahawk teammates improved to 3-0 with a 25-20 victory over North Fort Myers on Thursday night despite turning the ball over five times.
Cape Coral Daily Breeze: Cape handles North 25-20
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Port Charlotte.

CALEB LAVEY, LB (6-3, 210)
Celina (Texas) HS Bobcats
Lavey had a dozen tackles as Celina broke a two-game losing skid with its 34-18 victory over Fort Worth Arlington Heights on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Celina 34, Fort Worth Arlington Heights 18
Fort Worth Star Telegram: Celina's running game wears down Arlington Heights
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Whitehouse.

SHAUN LEWIS, LB (6-1, 207)
Hightower (Fort Bend, Texas) HS Hurricanes
Hightower improved to 3-0 with a 41-14 victory over Fort Bend Bush on Saturday.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Fort Bend Austin.

CHRIS LITTLEHEAD, DT (6-3, 305)
Sequoyah (Tahlequah, Okla.) HS Indians
The Indians, ranked No. 5 in the Associated Press Class 2A rankings, rolled to an impressive 54-6 victory over Victory Christian on Friday night to improve to 2-0.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Vian

STEPHEN MAEWEATHER, LB (6-0, 205)
Sharpstown (Houston) HS Apollos
Maeweather's 20-yard fumble recovery return for a touchdown was part of a 24-point fourth quarter as Sharpstown rallied from a two-touchdown deficit for a 31-28 victory over Port Lavaca Calhoun for the Fighting Apollos first victory of the 2009 season.
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Houston Waltrip.

MONTRA NELSON, WR (6-3, 215)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas) HS Volunteers
Nelson had just one catch for one yard but the Volunteers didn't need much more than that in rolling to an easy 51-6 victory over Fort Worth Wyatt on Friday night.
Dallas Morning News: Arlington Bowie 51, Fort Worth Wyatt 6
Fort Worth Star Telegram: Arlington Bowie makes quick work of Fort Worth Wyatt
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Martins.

JOE OKAFOR, OL (6-6, 250)
Bellaire (Houston) HS Cardinals
Okafor and the Cardinals had an open week before facing Milby on Thursday, Sept. 24.
Next: Thursday, Sept. 24. vs, Milby.

CHASE ROME, LB (6-3, 285)
Rock Bridge (Columbia, Mo.) HS Bruins
Rock Bridge, 2-2, rolled up more than 530 yards of total offense but let several great scoring opportunities go to waste in Friday night's 41-14 loss to second-ranked Jefferson City.
Columbia Tribune: Bruins waste early chances in loss to Jays
Next: Thursday, Sept. 24, vs. Hickman @ Faurot Field.

TOMMIE SAUNDERS, S (6-1, 195)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
The top-ranked Class 5A Mavericks defense, led by Saunders, Kris Catlin (see above) and a host of other players, limited Johnson High to only 213 yards of offense en route to a 42-9 victory on Friday night.
San Antonio Express-News: Madison contnues to roll
Next: Saturday, Sept. 26, vs. MacArthur.

NATE SORENSON, QB (6-3, 200)
Texas (Texarkana, Texas) HS Tigers
Sorenson and the Tigers are 2-1 after the first three weeks of the season, and had an open week this week. The Texas High quarterback has thrown for 509 yards and six touchdowns with no interceptions while completing better than 58 percent of his passes (44 of 75). He also is the team's second-leading rusher with 134 yards on 33 carries (4.1 per attempt).
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, vs. Longview.

LARRY STEPHENS, CB (6-0, 180)
North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) HS Mustangs
North Shore, now 3-1, relied on running back Tim Cornett's 352 rushing yards for four touchdowns en route to a 44-34 victory over La Marque on Friday night.
Houston Chronicle: Mustangs claim shootout victory over Cougars
Next: Saturday, Sept. 26, vs. Southlake Carroll.

DIAMONTE WHEELER, DT (6-2, 255)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas), Volunteers
The Bowie Volunteers returned the game's opening kickoff 93 yards for a touchdown and never looked back Friday night en route to an easy 51-6 victory over Fort Worth Wyatt.
Dallas Morning News: Arlington Bowie 51, Fort Worth Wyatt 6
Fort Worth Star Telegram: Arlington Bowie makes quick work of Fort Worth Wyatt
Next: Friday, Sept. 25, at Martins.


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