Football 2017 Football Class in Action Week 2

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The Car'a'carn
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Apr 5, 2012
In this series, we will be trying to keep Oklahoma State fans up to date on how the future Cowboy football players are doing throughout their senior years of high school.


Jelani Woods

Cedar Grove was off this week.

Tylan and Tracin Wallace

Tracin Wallace rushed for 154 yards and two touchdowns and connected with Tylan Wallace for an 18-yard TD pass in South Hills 49-17 victory over Saginaw.

JD King

Fitzgerald was off this week.

Braydon Johnson

The Bowie Volunteers football team won Friday's home non-conference game against Grand Prairie by a score of 34-28.

Chuba Hubbard

Hubbard had at least 143 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns in Bev Facey’s 45-1 beatdown of Bellerose.

Shamond Greenwood

Greenwood had 134 yards and 3 touchdowns in Garland Lakeview Centennial 34-27 victory over North Mesquite.

Spencer Misko

The Keller Indians football team lost Thursday's home non-conference game against McKinney by a score of 38-36.

Dan Moore Jr.

The West Brook Bruins football team won Friday's home non-conference game against Ozen by a score of 41-8.

Derek Kerstetter

The Regan Rattlers football team lost Friday's home non-conference game against United by a score of 24-27.

LaMarcus Morton

The Gilmer Buckeyes football team won Friday's home non-conference game against Center by a score of 70-21. Morton had 6 catches for 84 yards and 1 touchdown.

Thabo Mwaniki

Mwaniki’s first game back came against Desoto and it was a tough loss for Denton Guyer as they fell to the Eagles 55-17.

Brendon Evers

He is out for likely the season with a MCL Tear.

Nelson Mbansor

The Hendrickson Hawks football team lost Friday's home non-conference game against Belton by a score of 55-27.

Brock Martin

Oologah senior defensive end and Oklahoma State commit Brock Martin stole the show on Thursday night, recording 11 tackles, a sack, two tackles for loss, and he forced a fumble in Oologah’s 43-14 smack down of Collinsville. Collinsville was #1 in 5A and Oologah was #3 in 4A. We have been told he was the best player on the field Thursday night.

Brendan Vaughn

Vaughn played on both sides of the ball in Forney’s 21- shoutout of Lindale. Vaughn was a part of a defensive effort that allowed employed a bend but not break policy not allowing Lindale into the endzone. He also caught a 46-yard pass on offense, making that his second 46 yard catch of the year.

Kris McCune

McCune was a part of another stout defensive effort that lead to Dallas Christian’s 49-7 victory over Houston Westbury Christian. The Chargers’ defense allowed only 74 yards through the air and 168 on the ground.

Tyon Merchant

The A&M Consolidated Tigers football team lost Friday's home non-conference game against Foster by a score of 34-28. Merchant had an interception in the game that he returned 53 yards for a TD.

*We are trying to get updated stats and will add those when they become available.
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