Future Cowboys: This Week's 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 from this week's games.

John Tyler (Tyler, Texas) HS Lions
The Lions, ranked No. 8 in Class 5A, suffered their first defeat of the season as crosstown rival Robert E. Lee High pulled off a stunning upset 28-17 on Friday night.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Big plays early lead Raiders to big upset of No. 8 John Tyler
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. DeSoto.

Washington (Tulsa, Okla.) HS Hornets
The Hornets defeated Skiatook 56-10 on Friday night but the victory was one of the few highlights of the week for the defending Class 5A state champions. The Hornets were notified early in the week that they would have to forfeit two wins from earlier this season and head coach Antwann Jimmerson was suspended for the remainder of the season for using illegal players in those two games. Thus, even though the Hornets won Friday night they were eliminated from the playoffs with Pryor's win over Miami Friday.
Tulsa World: Victory still leaves Hornets helpless
Next: Thursday, Nov. 5, vs. Bixby.

KRIS CATLIN, LB (6-2, 210)
Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
Madison lost 31-14 to Roosevelt on Friday night, and is now 6-2 overall and 5-2 in District 26-5A.
San Antonio Express-News: Roosevelt stuns No. 2 Madison
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Reagan.

Arp (Texas) HS Tigers
Cooper scored on a 76-yard punt return as the No. 1-ranked Class 2A Arp Tigers improved to 9-0 with Friday night's 47-0 victory over Elkhart.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Cooper, Wade help Tigers rout Elkhart
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ New London West.

ZACK CRAIG, DB (6-2, 155)
Smithson Valley (Texas) HS Rangers
Smithson Valley fell behind 14-0 in the first quarter but then outscored San Antonio Lee 58-14 the rest of the way for a 58-28 victory on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ San Antonio Roosevelt.

JOHNNY DEATON, QB (6-2, 190)
Charles Page (Sand Springs, Okla.), HS Sandites
Deaton accounted for 268 total yards, and threw the game-winning touchdown with 1:35 to play as the Sandites defeated rival Sapulpa 48-45 on Friday night. Deaton was 8-for-18 passing for 131 yards and two touchdowns, while rushing for 137 yards on two more TDs on 21 carries as Sand Springs kept its playoff hopes alive with the victory.
Tulsa World: Sand Springs escapes in wild win over Sapulpa
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. Jenks.

CHRIS DINKINS, S (6-4, 290)
Lee (Tyler, Texas) HS Red Raiders
Dinkins and his Red Raider teammates entered Friday night's showdown with crosstown rival John Tyler High as huge underdogs but they upset the Lions 28-17 to keep their hopes alive for the District 11-5A championship. The Red Raiders scored three times in the first six minutes, including a sensational 63-yard touchdown run by Dinkins, and never looked back en route to the upset win. Dinkins finished with 76 rushing yards on six carries and also caught one pass for 12 yards.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Big plays early lead Raiders to big upset of No. 8 John Tyler
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ North Mesquite.

Huntsville (Texas) HS Hornets
Gilbert accounted for five touchdowns – two by ground, two by the air, and another receiving – as Huntsville rolled to a 45-20 victory over Magnolia West on Friday night. Gilbert scored on TD runs of 80 and 40 yards, threw a pair of lengthy scoring passes, and also caught a 34-yard touchdown as the Hornets won for the fourth week in a row to clinch a playoff berth and improve to 6-3 overall and 5-1 in District 18-4A.
Huntsville Item: Hornets get in Halloween spirit by crushing Mustangs to seal playoff spot
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. Willis.

Derby (Kan.) HS Panthers
Hedgepeth had two catches for 21 yards before leaving the game with a possible concusson Friday night as Derby suffered a 27-0 loss to Wichita Heights with the district title on the line in the final regular season game of the season. The Panthers, 6-3, still advance to the playoffs beginning with a first-round matchup against Wichita Northwest.
Wichita Eagle: Heights takes district title against Derby
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Wichita Northwest in first-round game of the Class 5A playoffs.

DEION IMADE, S (6-0, 177)
Rowlett (Texas) HS Eagles
Rowlett recorded its first shutout of the season to keep its slim playoff hopes alive with Friday night's 24-0 victory over Garland Lakeview Centennial. The Eagles are now 3-6 overall and 2-3 in District 10-5A entering the season finale against Garland Sachse.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. Garland Sachse.

KEVIN JOHNSON, WR (6-2, 200)
Cypress Ridge (Houston) HS Rams
Johnson appears to have been moved to quarterback as he completed 3 of 6 passes for 65 yards, and also rushed for a team-best 155 yards on 20 carries, including an 8-yard touchdown, as Cypress Ridge defeated Cy Springs 24-17 on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. Langham Creek.

DAN KOENIG, OL (6-6, 260)
Cape Coral (Fla.) HS Seahawks
The Seahawks rushed for more than 300 yards for the second consecutive week en route to Friday night's 34-14 victory over South Fork. Koenig and the offensive line have now led the way as Cape Coral has rushed for 645 yards on 71 attempts (an average of 9.1 yards a carry) the last two weeks as the Seahawks improved to 8-0 entering this next week's showdown with rival Ida S. Baker with the District 4A-12 title on the line.
Cape Coral Daily Breeze: Seahawks roll on 34-14
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. Ida S. Baker.

CALEB LAVEY, LB (6-3, 210)
Celina (Texas) HS Bobcats
Lavey and the Bobcats clinched a playoff spot with Friday night's 38-7 victory over Whitesboro.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Argyle.

SHAUN LEWIS, LB (6-1, 207)
Hightower (Fort Bend, Texas) HS Hurricanes
Hightower, 9-0, kepts its perfect record intact with a 35-10 victory over Fort Bend Clements on Friday night, and now has a week off before its first-round Class 5A playoff game on Friday, Nov. 13.
Next: Friday, Nov. 13, in Class 5A playoffs.

Sequoyah (Tahlequah, Okla.) HS Indians
The third-ranked Class 2A Indians captured the District 2A-8 title with Friday night's 51-18 victory over Adair.
Muskogee Phoenix: Sequoyah claims district championship
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Colcord.

Sharpstown (Houston) HS Apollos
Sharpstown is 5-4 overall and 4-1 in District 21-4A play with a bye week. The Apollos close out the regular season next Friday night at Houston Reagan.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Houston Reagan.

MONTRA NELSON, WR (6-3, 215)
Bowie (Arlington, Texas) HS Volunteers
Nelson had five catches for 107 yards as Bowie won a shootout against crosstown rival Arlington Sam Houston 56-44 on Friday night. The Vols, now 7-2 overall and 4-1 in District 4-5A, clinched a playoff berth with the victory.
Next: Thursday, Nov. 5, vs. Mansfield Summit.

JOE OKAFOR, OL (6-6, 250)
Bellaire (Houston) HS Cardinals
Bellaire is scheduled to play Lamar on Saturday.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ St. Pius.

JOSEPH RANDLE, RB (6-1, 200)
Wichita (Southeast) HS Golden Buffaloes
Joseph Randle did a little bit of everything in his final high school game Friday night as Wichita Southeast was eliminated from the playoff race last week. Randle ran for a touchdown, threw for a touchdown and intercepted a pass before returning it 95 yards for another score in Southeast' 35-15 victory over Wichita East. He had 96 rushing yards on 17 carries, completed his only pass for a 60-yard TD, and clinched the win with his interception return for a score.
Wichita Eagle: Randle's finale is too much for East
Next: Season is completed. Wichita Southeast finishes the season with a 4-5 record.

Madison (San Antonio) HS Mavericks
Madison lost 31-14 to Roosevelt on Friday night, and is now 6-2 overall and 5-2 in District 26-5A.
San Antonio Express-News: Roosevelt stuns No. 2 Madison
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Reagan.

NATE SORENSON, QB (6-3, 200)
Texas (Texarkana, Texas) HS Tigers
Sorenson did his best Brett Favre impersonation Friday night, directing the Tigers 65 yards in the final two minutes without any timeouts remaining for a game-winning 22-yard field goal with 3.4 seconds remaining as Texas High defeated Hallsville 12-10. The OSU quarterback commit was a perfect 5-for-5 on the game-winning drive before spiking the ball with the Tigers at the 5-yard line with 7.7 seconds remaining to bring on kicker Josh Moore for the winning kick. The win improves Texas High to 5-3, and clinches the school's ninth consecutive playoff appearance.
Marshall News Messenger: Tigers best Bobcats
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Pine Tree.

North Shore (Galena Park, Texas) HS Mustangs
The Mustangs held Baytown Lee to 75 total yards and seven first downs in capturing a 49-2 victory on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, @ Beaumont West Brook.

Bowie (Arlington, Texas) HS Volunteers
Bowie defeated crosstown rival Arlington Sam Houston 56-44 on Friday night to clinch a playoff berth.
Next: Thursday, Nov. 5, vs. Mansfield Summit.

2011 Commits
TRAVIS CROSS, OL (6-5, 270)
Plano West (Plano, Texas) HS Wolves
Plano West lost 50-21 to Wylie on Friday night. The Wolves, 5-5, have the final week of the regular season off before beginning play in the playoffs on Friday, Nov. 13.
Next: Friday, Nov. 13, in the Class 5A playoffs, TBA.

ISAAC MASELERA, S (6-0, 190)
Glenpool (Okla.) Warriors
The No. 1-ranked Class 4A Warriors defeated Tecumseh 49-6 on Friday night to set up a showdown with Star Spencer in the regular season finale for the district title.
Shawnee News-Star: Top-ranked Warriors breeze
Next: Friday, Nov. 6, vs. OKC Star Spencer.

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