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Friday Night Highlights: Harper Does It All

Harper does the defense thing, Costello keeps San Clemente rolling and more.


San Clemente continues its win streak, Harper dominates on defense and several future Pokes had the week off. Check out this weeks (somewhat abbreviated) Friday Night Highlights!

Brendan Costello, Quarterback

Costello and San Clemente rolled to a 63-13 win over El Toro last week. Costello put up good numbers once again, going 12 of 16 for 225 yards and five scores through the air in a game that he didn’t play much in the second half. The Tritons are hitting their stride at the right time, having won three in a row after facing some of Southern California’s top teams at the beginning of the season.

Thomas Harper, Athlete

Karns lost once again last week, this time falling 43-21 to Campbell County. Harper finished with six catches for 62 yards and a touchdown on offense and added 26 yards on kick returns for the Beavers special teams. Where he really impressed this week was on the defensive side of the ball where he had 18 (!!!) tackles, 12 of which were solo.

Isreal Isuman-Hundley

Colleyville Heritage took down Carrollton Creekview 49-21 last week. Isuman-Hundley was all over the field, making 12 tackles (seven solo) on the night. The win moves the Panthers to 3-2 on the season with a 2-0 district record. Next week they’ll get Dave Campbell’s Texas Football’s third-ranked team in the state for the 5A classification in Denton Ryan.

Other News

It was a fairly slow week for the rest of Oklahoma State’s 2019 class, but here are some of the other news and notes for the class.

  • A trio of future Cowboy defenders from the Lone Star State had their BYE weeks: Xavier Ross, Xavier Player and Jayden Jernigan.
  • Demarco Jones made a couple tackles in a blowout 54-0 win for Booker T Washington on its homecoming night.
  • Kody Waltersheid and Muenster suffered their first setback of the season in a 42-17 loss to Childress. It is worth noting that Muenster is a 2A team while Childress plays in 3A.
  • Grayson Boomer and Collinsville roped Tahlequah 43-8 to stay perfect.