Congratulations to Poteau tailback Todd Mattox for being voted SBLive’s Oklahoma High School Athlete of the Week for Nov. 1-7!
The senior tailback rushed for 312 yards on 20 carries and scored four touchdowns as the Pirates clinched the 4A-4 district title with a 59-16 win at home against Broken Bow.
Mattox received 59.34% of the vote, beating out Edmond Santa Fe’s Demarius Robinson who finished second with 21.64%. Dewar’s Jameson Ross finished third with 14.62% and Wagoner’s Braylan Roberson finished fourth with 2.17%.
Here are the other athletes who were nominated for Nov. 1-7:
Matt Lund, Elgin football
Lund had 297 yards on 38 carries and five touchdown runs, three coming in the first quarter. He also had a 79-yard TD to help clinch the Owls’ 49-27 win against Chickasha.
Emmanuel Crawford, Grove football
Crawford rushed for 254 yards and five touchdowns as the Ridgerunners clinched the No. 1 playoff seed out of 4A-3 with a 42-20 win against Miami.
Logan Hattaway, Sequoyah-Claremore football
Hattaway rushed for 252 yards on 22 carries and had three TDs, including a 58-yarder and a 50-yarder, in the Eagles’ 28-14 win against Adair.
Coby Cardin, McLoud football
Cardin caught six passes for 88 yards and three TDs, intercepted a pass on defense and blocked two punts in McLoud’s 46-0 win against Oklahoma City Douglass.
Steele Wasel, Choctaw football
Wasel was 13-of-14 passing for 399 yards and seven TDs as the Yellowjackets prevailed at Bartlesville, 55-21.
Daylan Thompson, Elk City football
Thompson rushed for 188 yards and a TD as he became Elk City’s all-time single-season leading rusher in his team’s 28-14 win against Newcastle.
River Warren, Oklahoma City Bishop McGuinness football
Warren threw four touchdown passes as the Fighting Irish prevailed against Guymon, 51-24.
Braylan Roberson, Wagoner football
Robertson had three touchdown runs as the Bulldogs defeated Skiatook, 34-14.
Kaleb Barnes, Oklahoma Christian School football
Barnes had two first-quarter TD runs as the Saints finished off a perfect regular season with a 55-0 win against Blackwell.
Rylan Belcher, Mountain View-Gotebo football
Belcher had a pair of TD runs each covering 55 yards, and he also had a two-point run and threw two two-point passes to help his team prevail, 54-6, against Thackerville.
Jameson Ross, Dewar football
Ross completed all 12 of his passes for 243 yards and had two TDs to spark the Dragons past Quinton, 56-6.
Reese Roller, Verdigris football
The junior linebacker had 18 tackles, four sacks and three hurries in the Cardinals’ 43-12 win against Vinita. He also had two rushing touchdowns.
Maurion Horn, Broken Arrow football
Horn continued his hot running streak of late, going for 225 of the Tigers’ 381 rushing yards with a TD in his team’s 55-7 win against Enid.
Jaray Austin, Owasso football
Austin had three TD receptions, covering 46, 28 and 24 yards, as the Rams rolled past Putnam City, 56-7.
Israel Robles, Piedmont football
Robles had two touchdown runs in Piedmont’s 24-16 win against Woodward.
Major Cantrell, Washington football
Cantrell completed 8-of-11 passes for 214 yards and four TDs as the Warriors wrapped up a perfect regular season with a 54-0 win against Christian Heritage.
Charles Ware, Bristow football
Ware rushed for 153 yards and two TDs as the Pirates held off Oologah, 26-21.
Erik McCarty, McAlester football
The talented junior tailback had 92 yards on nine carries and three TDs as the Buffaloes capped off a 10-0 regular season with a 54-12 win against Tulsa Rogers.
Kirk Francis, Metro Christian football
Francis threw for 255 yards and four touchdowns as the Patriots downed Haskell, 42-12.
Carson May, Jones football
The Longhorns’ quarterback completed 15-of-22 passes for 332 yards and six TDs in his team’s 55-30 win against Meeker.
Marcus Kelley, Tulsa Union football
Kelley recovered a blocked punt in the end zone and blocked another punt which resulted in another touchdown in Union’s 42-7 win against Edmond North.
Cal Swanson, Ardmore football
The Tigers’ quarterback completed 25-of-36 passes for 339 yards and three touchdowns as Ardmore defeated previously undefeated Lawton MacArthur, 41-40.
Ty Walls, Jenks football
Walls caught three passes for 126 yards and two TDs as the Trojans defeated Westmoore, 49-14.
Bryson Williams, Sapulpa football
Williams completed 9-of-13 passes for 295 yards and two TDs as the Chieftains qualified for the playoffs with a 47-22 win against Glenpool.
Diego Ramos, Vian football
Ramos was a perfect 6-of-6 passing for 180 yards and four TDs as the Wolverines posted a 54-0 win against Heavener.
Eric Virgil, Hilldale football
The Hornets’ tailback rushed for 282 yards on 22 carries while catching three passes for 52 yards along with scoring four total TDs in Hilldale’s 49-46 win against rival Fort Gibson.
Chance Wilson, Rejoice Christian football
Wilson completed 18-of-23 passes for 242 yards and three TDs while rushing 12 times for 160 yards and four TDs in his team’s 48-14 win against Sperry.
Ty Pennington, Sand Springs football
Pennington completed 18-of-22 passes for 293 yards and two TDs while adding a rushing TD in the Sandites’ 44-7 win against Putnam City West.
Beau Bertelli, Bixby football
Bertelli caught three passes for 71 yards and two touchdowns and returned an interception 30 yards for another TD in his team’s 69-20 win at Tulsa Booker T. Washington, extending the Spartans’ current win streak to 46 straight games.
Luke Adcock, Eufaula football
Adcock was 12-of-14 passing for 91 yards while rushing 12 times for 91 yards and two TDs in the Ironheads’ 42-8 win against Antlers.
Gunner Dozier, Gore football
Dozier had three touchdown runs as the Pirates wrapped up a 10-0 regular season with a 49-0 win against Talihina.
Casmen Hill, Chandler football
The Lions’ tailback rushed for 185 yards on 22 carries and had five TDs in Chandler’s 47-14 win against Prague.
A.J. Lyons-Jerrell, Pocola football
Lyons rushed for 120 yards on 22 carries with three TDs, added two receptions for 29 yards and had a sack and forced fumble on defense as the Indians clinched a postseason berth with a 55-28 win against Spiro.
Andrew Carney, Collinsville football
The Cardinals’ quarterback completed all eight of his passing attempts for 192 yards and accounted for five total TDs as Collinsville wrapped up a 10-0 regular season with a 55-13 win at Tahlequah.
Canon West, Tuttle football
West rushed for 194 yards and two touchdowns on 34 carries as the Tigers rallied from a halftime deficit to improve to 10-0 after a 14-13 win against Blanchard.
Denver Wolfe, Moore football
The Lions’ quarterback was 15-of-30 passing for 110 yards and three TDs while adding 170 yards rushing on 22 carries and a TD as Moore wrapped up its season on a high note with a 44-41 win at Mustang.
Easton Rogers, Lincoln Christian football
Rogers had 111 yards of total offense, three rushing touchdowns and a TD reception to help the Bulldogs move to 10-0 with a 55-14 win against Stigler.
Camden Crooks, Cushing football
Crooks caught nine passes for 232 yards and three touchdowns and also recorded 10 tackles in the secondary in the Tigers’ 35-16 win against Harrah.
Demarius Robinson, Edmond Santa Fe football
The talented freshman tailback rushed for 191 yards on 26 carries in the Wolves’ 41-6 win at Norman.
Blake Bristow, Ponca City football
Bristow rushed for 282 yards on 39 carries and scored three touchdowns in Ponca City’s 35-28 win at Muskogee, the Roughers’ final game at Indian Bowl after 82 seasons.
Dalton Hurd, Pawhuska football
The receiver hauled in seven passes for 132 yards and three touchdowns in his team’s 62-0 win against Ketchum.
Solomon Byrams, Victory Christian football
Byrams rushed for 73 yards on 11 carries and had two touchdowns, including a game-winning 28-yard dash with less than four minutes left as the Conquerors rallied from a double-digit fourth-quarter deficit to beat Beggs, 27-26, to win the 2A-7 district title Saturday night.
J.T. Whorton, Bishop Kelley football
Whorton rushed for 68 yards on 10 carries and had two TDs as tahe Comets downed Shawnee, 55-14.