By Buck Ringgold
The following is a list of several of the top Oklahoma high school football performers from Week 6.
If you know of a top star we should add, let us know in the comments.
Christian Burke, Bixby, QB
Burke completed 17-of-27 passes for 281 yards and three touchdowns, including a 70-yard pass on the game’s first play, in the Spartans’ 70-7 win at Choctaw in a 6AII showdown.
Micah Tease, Tulsa Booker T. Washington, WR/DB
Tease caught five passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns and also recovered a game-clinching fumble as the Hornets held off previously undefeated Sand Springs, 37-32.
Nathaniel Jones, Broken Arrow, RB
Jones rushed for 154 yards on 18 carries and had five touchdowns, all in the first half, in the Tigers’ 47-14 win at Edmond Memorial.
Chance Jordan, Beggs, DL
Jordan returned an interception for a touchdown and came up with a big sack on the Demons’ final defensive series as they won at defending 2A champion Metro Christian, 24-22.
Junior Smith, Tulsa Union, RB
Smith had 134 yards rushing and 76 yards receiving while accounting for two total TDs in Union’s 48-10 win against Mustang.
Cole Adams, Owasso, WR/KR
Adams had 67 yards receiving and ended the first half by returning a kick 96 yards for a touchdown in the Rams’ 41-3 win at Edmond North.
Gavin Freeman, Heritage Hall, WR
Freeman had 231 all-purpose yards and four touchdowns, two receiving and the other two on punt returns, in the Chargers’ 49-30 home win against Bridge Creek.
Jalyn Stanford, Jenks, RB
Stanford went for more than 100 yards and scored three touchdowns, including his team’s first two, in the Trojans’ 49-21 home win against Norman.
Gabe Rodriguez, Wagoner, QB
Rodriguez threw five touchdown passes while adding 110 yards rushing on 13 carries and a TD in the Bulldogs’ 56-0 win against Catoosa.
Reed DeQuasie, Midwest City Carl Albert, QB
DeQuasie completed 8-of-11 passes for 176 yards and two touchdowns and added 70 yards rushing, including a 10-yard TD in overtime as the Titans survived Bishop McGuinness, 35-34.
Virgil Yates, Del City, QB
Yates threw a 58-yard touchdown for the Eagles’ first score and later added two rushing TDs in Del City’s 27-6 win against Midwest City.
Isaiah Gray, Lawton MacArthur, RB
Gray rushed for 174 yards on 14 carries with three touchdowns in the undefeated Highlanders’ 61-13 win against Oklahoma City Southeast.
Zane Woodham, Holland Hall, RB
Woodham rushed for 209 yards and scored three touchdowns as the Dutch downed Vinita, 48-12.
Brayden Gilkey, Collinsville, RB
Gilkey found the end zone four times as the Cardinals remained perfect on the season after a 27-3 win against Claremore.
Jocelyn Malaska, Bethany, WR
Of the Bronchos’ first four touchdowns, Malaska had three receiving TDs in their 45-7 win against Elgin.
Max Brown, Lincoln Christian, QB
Brown completed 9-of-11 passes for 115 yards and a TD while rushing for 152 yards on seven carries and two TDs in the Bulldogs’ 56-14 win at Westville, a game in which both teams entered with identical 6-0 records.
Collin Matteson, Oklahoma Christian School, WR
Matteson had 193 yards of total offense and had two TD runs and a receiving TD in the Saints’ 49-8 win against Newkirk.
Tyler Joice, Tahlequah, QB
Joice was 15-of-18 passing for 138 yards and added 100 yards rushing, including the go-ahead touchdown in the final minutes, as the Tigers rallied for a 21-14 win against Sapulpa.
Noah Roberts, Stillwater, RB
Roberts rushed for 105 yards on just six carries and scored two touchdowns in the Pioneers’ 56-6 win at Oklahoma City U.S. Grant.
Lane Taylor, Keys, QB/DB
Taylor was 4-of-5 passing for 77 yards and a TD, rushed for 211 yards and three TDs, caught a receiving TD and also returned an interception for another TD in the Cougars’ 63-18 win against Heavener.
Lamar James, Mangum, WR
James caught five passes for 238 yards and four touchdowns while adding 63 yards rushing on four carries and a TD in Mangum’s 64-14 win against Apache.
Daviion Wyckoff, Luther, WR
Wyckoff caught four passes for 142 yards and two TDs while returning a kickoff 80 yards for another touchdown in the Lions’ 47-15 win against Alva.
Jervon Galvan, Snyder, RB
Galvan rushed for 150 yards on 10 carries and scored two touchdowns in the Cyclones’ 56-8 win against Central Marlow.
Dylan Tucker, Poteau, RB
Tucker tallied three rushing touchdowns as the Pirates posted a 52-0 win at Sallisaw.
Ian Hardwick, Pocola, QB
Hardwick threw two touchdown passes and added a touchdown run in the Indians’ 38-0 win against Panama.
Dakota Moton, McAlester, RB
Moton rushed for 143 yards on just six carries along with a touchdown in the undefeated Buffaloes’ 56-21 win against Durant.
Ben Harman, Cashion, QB
Harman completed 11-of-20 passes for 143 yards and scored two rushing touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 12-0 win against Hinton.