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Texas Tech Commit Roundup

Check out how every Texas Tech commit, including Muskogee athlete Kamren Curl (pictured above), performed on the high school gridiron over the weekend.

Hackett led the offense with 116 rushing yards on 22 carries and scored Rayburn’s only touchdown of the game. Fort Bend Clements came away with a 30-7 win over Rayburn.

Up next: vs. Houston Aldine on Friday at 7 p.m.

Houston Eisenhower lost 24-22 in a close one against Fort Bend Hightower. The Eisenhower defense allowed 323 total yards and just 95 yards through the air.

Up next: vs. Montgomery on Friday at 7 p.m.

Kamren Curl led his team with six catches for 54 yards in Muskogee’s season opener against Midwest City. Muskogee came away with a 16-12 win.

Up next: vs. Mcalester on Friday at 7 p.m.

Angleton defeated Galveston Ball 20-0 in the season opener. The Angleton defense only allowed a total of 180 yards and 33 through the air.

Up next: at El Campo on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Boyd did not play in Oakridge's season opening loss to Trinity Christian Cedar Hill due to injury.

Up next: vs St. Stephen’s Episcopal on Friday at 7 p.m.

The Birdville offense started the season right against Keller Central as they put up 347 total yards, and 42 of those on the ground. Birdville scored three times in the third quarter in a one-minute span and ended up winning 43-17.

Up next: at Burleson Centennial on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Davis and the Trinity defense held to just 118 yards and forced two turnovers, which put them in a position to beat Broken Arrow (Okla.) 39-16.

Up next: at Spring Westfield on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Johnson caught four passes for 26 yards in a 37-21 loss to Navarro.

Up next: vs. Wimberley on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

The Plano East offense put up 455 total yards of offense including 288 passing yards in their season opener against Duncanville, but lost 36-32.

Up next: vs. Jesuit on Friday at 5 p.m.

Piedra Vista opened the season against rival Farmington and came away with a 20-0 win. His highlight video showed at least one pancake in the contest.

Up next: at Goddard on Friday at 7 p.m.

The George Ranch defense shut out Weslaco in their season opener and let the offense roll to at 38-0 win. Weslaco only put up 94 yards of total offense and only 28 passing yards.

Up next: vs. Dickinson on Friday at 7 p.m.

Farrar and the Travis offense put up 359 total yards and 161 yards were on the ground. That led them to a 36-14 win over Houston Reagan in the season opener. Up next: at Katy Taylor on Friday at 7 p.m.

Xavier Martin completed five passes for 92 yards and an interception. He added 91 yards on the ground along with a touchdown in Steele’s 37-7 win over San Antonio Madison.

Up next: vs. Austin Lake Travis on Friday at 7:30

Frisco defeated crosstown district rival Frisco Centennial, 16-13 in the season opener at new stadium, the Star in Frisco. According to Scout’s Greg Powers, who evaluated Deaton’s performance, said he “He racked up some pancakes and squared some guys up,” in the contest.  

Up next: at Lake Dallas on Friday at 7 p.m.  

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