Here is a quick look at how the Oklahoma Sooners’ current field of 2016 commits and their teams performed this week:
Jon-Michael Terry, LB, Victory Christian School – Closing out its district schedule against winless Morris with a 42-0 victory clinches the second seed in the district for the Conquerors. Terry continues to play every snap of every game.
Adrian Hardy, WR, Dekaney High School – Needing a victory to keep hope of a playoffs berth alive against Klein, Hardy moved back to quarterback and led Dekaney to a 48-21 win – only Dekaney’s second district win of the season. Hardy scored five touchdowns in the win while leading an offense that totaled 556 yards.
Austin Kendall, QB, Cuthbertson High School – With a 31-27 victory against Sun Valley, Cuthbertson won back-to-back games for the first time since the first two weeks of the season.
Ryan Parker, WR, Tyler Junior College – Tyler opens the SWJCFC Playoffs against Navarro College in the semifinals at 3 p.m. Saturday. Parker is averaging more than 20 yards per catch for Tyler, which beat Navarro two weeks ago by 14 points.
Logan Roberson, OL, Harrah High School – Harrah has won five of its last six games to climb back into the playoffs race. On Friday, Harrah topped Bristow, 38-28. They close the season on the road at Ada next week.
Chanse Sylvie, S, Calvary Baptist Academy – Sylvie and Calvary Baptist remained unbeaten in district play with a 41-0 victory against Lakeside. Calvary Baptist has now won six straight games and hasn’t allowed more than 13 points in any game during the stretch.
Bryce Youngquist, LB, Los Osos High School – Make it four-straight losses for Los Osos, which fell, 38-7, against Upland and remains winless in district play.
Parrish Cobb, CB, La Vega High School – Down 15 in the second quarter, unbeaten La Vega rallied back to score the game-winning touchdown with 76 seconds to play in a 32-25 to clinch at least a share of first place in the district.
Pernell Jefferson, LB, Warren Easton – It had been a long time, but Warren Easton beat Edna Karr, 40-14, for the first time in school history to clinch at least a share of the district title. The Easton defense forced three turnovers.
Jordan Parker, DB, Pittsburg High School – Parker picked off a pass and then caught a first-half touchdown pass on the ensuing drive as Pittsburg raced out to a 23-point halftime lead before closing out Liberty, 41-22. Pittsburg scored on its first five possessions.
Ashton Julious, OT, Lackawanna (Pa.) Community College – Dean College comes to Scranton, PA for Lackawanna’s homecoming game at noon Saturday.
2017 quarterback commit – Chris Robison, QB, Mesquite Horn High School – Robison made his return to the lineup Thursday night as Horn dominated Pearce, 70-0. Horn clinched second place in the district with the victory as it rolled the last-place team.