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Future Sooners: The Wait is Over

In a schedule that featured several off weeks as well as a few games canceled due to some inclement weather around the country. But that doesn't mean there weren't a few impressive performances that still stood out amongst their peers. Take a look as Oklahoma's quarterback commitment made his first real run at a weekly MVP award while one defender was giving him, and his team's opposing quarterback serious chase.

The Skinny: Alexander and the Raiders had their game with Glen Rose canceled due to nasty weather in Dallas.

Next Week: Sunnyvale (3-0) is traveling to Dallas Madison on Friday.

The Skinny: Hebron, and Bridges, had the week off.

Next Week: Hebron (2-1) is traveling to Irving Nimitz on Friday.

The Skinny: Davis and Aquinas suffered their first loss of the year but did so to a more than worthy opponent as they did battle with fellow South Florida powerhouse Miami Central, falling 43-27.

Next Week: Aquinas (4-1) has the week off.

The Skinny: Green and Southwest-Onslow had their game canceled due to Hurricane Florence.

Next Week: Southwest-Onslow (2-2) is traveling to Holly Ridge Dixon on Friday.

The Skinny: Green-Warren helped Mater Dei to a massive win over fellow national top 10 powerhouse IMG Academy in a 28-21 victory. On the night Green-Warren had one tackle and one pass defended.

Next Week: Mater Dei (4-1) is traveling to Anaheim Servite on Friday.

The Skinny: Henderson and Travis had the week off.

Next Week: Travis (2-1) is traveling to Ft. Bend Elkins on Thu., Sept. 27.

The Skinny: Hicks is currently having a huge senior season and kept it going during a 56-32 win over Wichita West on Friday. During the big showing he had 15 tackles (seven solo), three tackles for loss, 1.5 sacks (six yards), and one pass defended.

Next Week: Northwest (4-0) is hosting Kapaun Mt. Carmel on Friday.

The Skinny: Butler won a wild one 33-30 over Dodge City in double overtime. In his first game as an Oklahoma commitment he had six tackles (three solo), one sack (11-yards), 1.5 tackles for loss (12-yards), and one quarterback hurry.

Next Week: Butler C.C. (3-1) is hosting Hutchinson C.C. on Sat., Sept. 29.

The Skinny: Deerfield Beach just keeps rolling, this time crushing Coral Spring 55-6.

Next Week: Deerfield Beach (5-0) is traveling to Coral Springs Taravella on Friday.

The Skinny: In a 62-0 win over Crooked Oak Major undoubtedly had some impact but stats weren't available.

Next Week: Millwood (4-0) is traveling to Norman Community Christian on Friday.

The Skinny: Aledo and McClellan had the week off.

Next Week: Aledo (3-0) is hosting Everman on Friday.

The Skinny: Morris and the entire Bush roster had the week off.

Next Week: Bush (3-0) is hosting Ft. Bend Clements on Thu., Sept. 27.

The Skinny: Allen just kept handling business in a 49-14 win over Plano. Ndoma-Ogar helped his offensive line do their part to the tune of 291-yards rushing - with a staggering average of 11.6 yards per carry.

Next Week: Allen (4-0) is traveling to McKinney.

The Skinny: The Cowboys took their first loss of the season on Friday night with a 41-36 loss to Heritage. However, it's hard to imagine Perkins was a problem with 12 tackles (seven solo) and two tackles for loss,

Next Week: Cajon (4-1) is hosting Redlands East Valley on Friday.

The Skinny: After a loss followed by a week off Rattler the Pioneers came out slow, trailing 19-14 at half but Rattler let the charge back to a 41-25 win. He ended the night going 22-for-32 for 293-yards and five touchdowns.

Next Week: Pinnacle (4-1) is hosting Phoenix O'Connor on Friday.

WEEK 4 MVP

The Skinny: Roberson sat out again from his team's wild 52-51 overtime loss to Ft. Bend Marshall.

Next Week: Manvel (2-2) is traveling to Houston North Side.

The Skinny: After a bye week Ryan got back into things in a big way with a 38-3 demolition of West Mesquite. Offensively Sanders had three carries for nine yards and a five-yard touchdown run. On the defensive side of the ball he had 13 tackles (seven solo), one tackle for loss, one sack, and one pass defended from his middle linebacker spot.

Next Week: Ryan (3-0) is hosting Denton on Friday.

The Skinny: Prestonwood kept rolling early this season with a 49-20 win over Argyle Liberty Christian. Stogner on the night had four catches for 71-yards in what was an explosive showing from the Lions.

Next Week: Prestonwood (4-0) is hosting Houston St. Pius X.

The Skinny: Washington's first big game of the season ended in a tough loss, on Friday Oakland got their mojo back downing second-ranked Blackman, and star receiver Trey Knox, 24-14. Washington was busy all night, locking down Micaelous Elder to the tune of just one catch (a shovel pass) during the game.

Next Week: Oakland (4-1) is traveling to Coffee County Central on Friday.

The Skinny: In a win over neighboring rival Plano, Wease had five catches for 76-yards and a pair of touchdowns (10, 52) as the Eagles crushed the Wildcasts 49-14.

Next Week: Allen (4-0) is traveling to McKinney.

The Skinny: Wete and Gonzaga had one of their tougher games of the season but still managed a 30-20 win over Highstown (N.J.) Peddie. On the night Wete had two tackles for loss and an interception.

Next Week: Gonzaga (4-0) is hosting Archbishop Carroll on Friday.

The Skinny: Fairview continued their odd-even win-loss results with a 38-26 win over Lakeside on Friday night.

Next Week: Fairview (2-2) is traveling to face Texarkana (Ark.) Arkansas High on Friday.