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Mr. Do it All for Future Sooners

Oklahoma's commitments are now, all fully underway with their seasons - though some are still battling through issues relating to Hurricane Irma in Florida. That being said it was a few Houston area players that were dying to hit the field that made a big impact, including one who did everything for his team in a big road win. Finally, yes Jalen Redmond yet again beat up on another helpless opponent.

The Skinny: DeSales had the week off.

Next Week: DeSales (3-0) is traveling to Covington Catholic.

The Skinny: Austin and Lancaster seem to be finding their stride downing Corsciana 41-23 as they head into district play.

Next Week: Lancaster (2-1) is traveling to Mansfield Lake Ridge.

The Skinny: Baldwin and his Cy-Falls team fought hard against district power Cy-Ranch but a late pick six broke a 3-3 tie in the fourth quarter and Ranch went onto a 23-10 win. Unfortunately Baldwin himself may have hyperextended his knee on his first catch of the season.

Next Week: Cy-Falls (0-1) is traveling to Langham Creek on Thu., Sept. 21.

The Skinny: Bridges had another strong night during his team's 51-3 demolition of Plano West. Personally Bridges had seven catches for 93-yards and two touchdowns (6, 17).

Next Week: Hebron (2-1) has the week off.

The Skinny: Carter and Aledo fought a tough battle against Mansfield Legacy's stingy defense in a 24-3 win.

Next Week: Aledo (3-0) is hosting Ft. Worth Chisholm Trail.

The Skinny: Rockdale, without the services of Crawford for the foreseeable future, took a tough 38-7 loss to Lexington.

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

The Skinny: Due to Hurricane Irma Deerfield Beach's game against Coral Springs was canceled.

Next Week: Deerfield Beach (1-1) is hosting Ft. Lauderdale Dillard.

The Skinny: Union had the week off.

Next Week: Union (3-0) is traveling to Edmond North.

The Skinny: Johnson got rolling at his new school in a big way with 102-yards receiving on two catches, including a 71-yard touchdown grab in Brenham's offensively dominant 56-42 win over Houston Episcopal.

Next Week: Brenham (2-0) has the week off.

The Skinny: Union had the week off.

Next Week: Union (3-0) is traveling to Edmond North.

The Skinny: McLellan is still sitting out as he recovers from a wrist injury but Aledo found their way to a big 24-3 win over state-ranked Mansfield Legacy.

Next Week: Aledo (3-0) is hosting Ft. Worth Chisholm Trail.

The Skinny: Independence had the week off.

Next Week: Independence C.C. (2-1) is traveling to Iowa Central C.C. on Sat., Sept. 23.

The Skinny: Mordecai, facing a tough, defending state runner-up, defense had his ups and downs but helped his Midway team collect a 40-28 win. Midway was down 28-27 with 4:20 remaining before Mordecai converted a fourth and two with his feet and eventually hitting a 41-yard touchdown catch. He went 13-30 for 201-yards and two touchdowns, including a 77-yard score.

Next Week: Midway (3-0) is hosting Waco.

The Skinny: Due to Hurricane Irma IMG's game against Washington (D.C.) St. John's. was canceled.

Next Week: IMG (2-0) is hosting Miami Central.

The Skinny: Rattler, facing a defense that hadn't surrendered a point prior to their game, got his team close but falling down early couldn't come all the way back falling 23-20 to Peoria Centennial on a last-second field goal. Rattler not only led his offense on key drives and had a 10-yard touchdown pass involved but also converted three fake punts.

Next Week: Pinnacle (3-2) is traveling to Phoenix Mountain Pointe.

The Skinny: Redmond just kept with his dominant ways with five tackles for loss and three sacks as Midwest City downed neighboring rival Del City 41-6.

Next Week: Midwest City (2-1) is hosting Del City.

The Skinny: Robinson won't mind that it was a quiet night for him with four catches for 33-yards as his All Saints team downed Ft. Worth Nolan 43-15.

Next Week: All Saints (3-0) is traveling to Midland Christian.

The Skinny: Simpson and the Northwest offense just keeps mashing their way through opponents - downing Trophy Club Byron Nelson 30-14 on the back of 184-yards rushing.

Next Week: Northwest (3-0) has the week off.

The Skinny: Stogner had a quiet night but Prestonwood crushed Lake Dallas 41-0.

Next Week: Prestonwood (2-1) has the week off.

The Skinny: Putnam City had the biggest win in the state of Oklahoma this weekend downing three-time defensive 6A-II champion Bixby 37-35. Tatum had nine tackles, one sack, a pass break-up and one tackle for loss.

Next Week: Putnam City (3-0) is traveling to Choctaw.

The Skinny: Taylor's Ridgeway team got on the winning track in big fashion with a shutout victory over Kingsbury. Unfortunately Taylor still has not returned from his hamstring injury.

Next Week: Ridgeway (1-4) is hosting Munsford.

The Skinny: Dunbar earned their third straight win aided largely by Thomas' 162-yards rushing and three touchdowns in Dunbar's 60-21 over Cincinnati Shroder.

Next Week: Dunbar (3-1) is traveling to Cincinnati Aiken on Sat., Sept. 23.

The Skinny: Hempstead got on the winning track with a 38-12 demolition of Brookshire Royal. On the night Turner-Yell did a bid of everything with a safety, a blocked field goal, 37-yards rushing, 1.5 tackles for loss, a 40-yard punt return, and a 40-yard reception.


Next Week: Hempstead (1-1) is hosting Cleveland

The Skinny: Westmoore was just about unstoppable in a 42-17 demolition of Edmond North, racking up over 300-yards passing and nearly 250-yards on the ground.

Next Week: Westmoore (3-0) is hosting Bixby.