Future Cowboys: Week Five 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 this week's games.

GERRON ANTHONY, OL (6-4, 290)
John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) HS Lions
The Lions made their debut in the ESPN Rise Fab 50 at No. 42 this past week and backed it up by scoring a school record 70 points in Friday night's 70-6 victory over Lewisville.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Lions roar past Lewisville, 70-6
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, @ Mesquite Horn.

CALVIN BARNETT, DT (6-3, 305)
Washington (Tulsa, Okla.) HS Hornets
The No. 1-ranked Class 5A Hornets suffered their second consecutive loss on Firday night when Bishop Kelley won 28-14 in the District 5A-3 opener for both teams.
Tulsa World: Kelley takes down No. 1 Hornets in district opener
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, vs. Miami.

KRIS CATLIN, LB (6-2, 210)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
The top-ranked Class 5A Mavericks are scheduled to play San Antonio MacArthur at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, @ Smithson Valley.

LAVOCHEYA COOPER, S (6-1, 185)
Arp (Texas) HS Tigers
Cooper did a little bit of everything Saturday night in helping the Tigers to the 54-7 victory over Tatum. The OSU commit scored on a 27-yard run late in the first quarter to put the Tigers up 14-7, and later added a 34-yard touchdown catch from quarterback Kyle Copeland. Cooper finished with six carries for 37 yards, and two pass catches for 32 yards.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Arp Tigers throttle Tatum
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, vs. Garrison.

ZACK CRAIG, DB (6-2, 155)
Smithson Valley (Texas) HS Rangers
Craig and the Smithson Valley defense came ready to play Friday night, limiting San Antonio Johnson to just 84 total yards en route to a 42-7 homecoming victory.
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung: Rangers annihilate Jaguars
San Antonio Express-News: Smithson Valley drills Johnson
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, @ San Antonio MacArthur.

JOHNNY DEATON, QB (6-2, 190)
Charles Page (Sand Springs, Okla.), HS Sandites
Deaton has spent the last several weeks on the sideline helping coach his replacement at quarterback after suffering a broken collarbone in the season opener on Sept. 4. Sand Springs defeated Tulsa Memorial 41-27 on Thursday night to improve to 3-1.
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, vs. Bartlesville.

CHRIS DINKINS, S (6-4, 290)
Lee (Tyler, Texas) HS Red Raiders
Dinkins had 105 rushing yards on just nine carries, and scored his team's only touchdown but had two fumbles as Flower Mound Marcus won 17-7 over Lee on Friday night. Dinkins' 2-yard touchdown run with 19 seconds left in the first half pulled the Red Raiders within 10-7 but that's as close as they would get.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Turnovers hurt Lee in defeat
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, vs. Mesquite.

JUSTIN GILBERT, WR (6-0, 178)
Huntsville (Texas) HS Hornets
Gilbert was moved to wide receiver after playing mostly at quarterback early in the season, and he was impressive with five catches for 71 yards. He also intercepted a pass from his cornerback position, and scored on an 88-yard run on a quarterback draw late in the third quarter as Huntsville defeated Caney Creek 52-15 in both teams District 18-4A opener.
Huntsville Item: Hazlewood, defense shine as Hornets blast Panthers in district opener
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, vs. Brenham.

DEVIN HEDGEPETH, CB (6-0, 190)
Derby (Kan.) HS Panthers
The weather forced Friday night's Derby-Hutchinson game to be rescheduled for noon Saturday.
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, @ Maize.

DEION IMADE, S (6-0, 177)
Rowlett (Texas) HS Eagles
Rowlett, 1-3, had an open date this week and returns to action on Friday, Oct. 2, at North Garland.
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, at North Garland.

KEVIN JOHNSON, WR (6-2, 200)
Cypress Ridge (Houston) HS Rams
The Rams improved to 2-2 overall with Friday night's 46-20 victory over Cypress Woods.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 3, vs. Cy-Creek.

DAN KOENIG, OL (6-6, 260)
Cape Coral (Fla.) HS Seahawks
The Seahawks turned the ball over four times but still managed to do enough for a 28-23 victory over Port Charlotte on Friday night as Cape Coral improved to 4-0.
Cape Coral Daily Breeze: Cape fends off Pirates 28-23
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, vs. Palmetto Ridge.

CALEB LAVEY, LB (6-3, 210)
Celina (Texas) HS Bobcats
Lavey had six tackles and two passes broken up in Celina's 45-16 victory over Whitehouse on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, @ Sanger.

SHAUN LEWIS, LB (6-1, 207)
Hightower (Fort Bend, Texas) HS Hurricanes
Lewis led the Hurricanes defense which limited Fort Bend Austin to 102 total yards of offense and seven first downs en route to a 30-5 victory on Friday night. Hightower improves to 4-0.
Houston Chronicle: Lewis makes RISE cover
Next: Saturday, Oct. 3, @ Fort Bend Travis.

CHRIS LITTLEHEAD, DT (6-3, 305)
Sequoyah (Tahlequah, Okla.) HS Indians
Littlehead and the Indians offensive line did the job Friday night as Tahlequah Sequoyuah had seven rushing touchdowns en route to a 49-28 victory over Vian.
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, @ Keys.

STEPHEN MAEWEATHER, LB (6-0, 205)
Sharpstown (Houston) HS Apollos
Maeweather and the Sharpstown defense was impressive in limiting Houston Waltrip to minus-18 rushing yards on 13 carries and just six first downs in Friday night's 35-12 victory over Houston Waltrip.
Next: Friday, Oct. 2, vs. Houston Westbury.

MONTRA NELSON, WR (6-3, 215)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas) HS Volunteers
Bowie used a late field goal to defeat Arlington Martin 23-21 on Friday night to improve to 4-1.
Fort Worth Star Telegram: Late field goal saves Bowie's victory against Martin
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, vs. Mansfield.

JOE OKAFOR, OL (6-6, 250)
Bellaire (Houston) HS Cardinals
Bellaire opened District 20-5A play on Thursday night with an impressive 51-0 victory over Houston Milby.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 3, vs. Austin.

CHASE ROME, LB (6-3, 285)
Rock Bridge (Columbia, Mo.) HS Bruins
Rock Bridge surpassed its combined win total of the previous two years (2-18) with Thursday night's 26-0 victory over crosstown rival Hickman 26-0, improving its record to 3-2 this season.
Columbia Tribune: Weather doesn't slow dow Bruins in shutout victory
Columbia Tribune: Bruins return as ‘kings' of Colubmia
Next: Saturday, Oct. 3, @ Helias.

TOMMIE SAUNDERS, S (6-1, 195)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
The top-ranked Class 5A Mavericks are scheduled to play San Antonio MacArthur at 7 p.m. Saturday.
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, @ Smithson Valley.

NATE SORENSON, QB (6-3, 200)
Texas (Texarkana, Texas) HS Tigers
Sorenson was impressive in leading the Tigers against the sixth-ranked Class 4A Longview Lobos on Friday night. His 18-yard touchdown pass to Jojo Thurman and subsequent two-point conversion pass to Logan Preston pulled the underdog Tigers within 28-25 with 7:28 remaining but Texas High never got the ball back and suffered a three-point loss. Sorenson finished 8-of-10 passing for 100 yards, and added another 42 rushing yards for the Tigers, now 2-2.
Longview News-Journal: Lobos hold off Tigers
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, @ Sulphur Springs.

LARRY STEPHENS, CB (6-0, 180)
North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) HS Mustangs
North Shore, 3-1 and ranked ninth in the state, will play Southlake Carroll, 4-0 and No. 3, in a much anticipated showdown at 6 p.m. Saturday night.
Houston Chronicle: After a year wait, state powerhouses ready to square off
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, @ Port Arthur Memorial.

DIAMONTE WHEELER, DT (6-2, 255)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas), Volunteers
Bowie used a late field goal to defeat Arlington Martin 23-21 on Friday night to improve to 4-1.
Fort Worth Star Telegram: Late field goal saves Bowie's victory against Martin
Next: Friday, Oct. 9, vs. Mansfield.


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