Central Oklahoma continues to grab top in-state talent, most recently loading up its backfield with a pair of Class 4A standouts.
Douglass' Chavez Wyatt and Fort Gibson's Jake Gandara verbally committed to UCO last week.
Wyatt rushed for 1,211 yards and 10 touchdowns on just 125 carries, while sharing running back duties with Navy commit Chris High.
Gandara accounted for 2,234 yards and 30 touchdowns on 243 attempts. Both players averaged better than nine yards per carry.
Millwood product Pierson a freshman All-American
Former Millwood standout Davion Pierson was named second-team Freshman All-American by CollegeFootballNews.com after his rookie season at TCU.
Pierson, who redshirted last year, was one of three TCU players on the first and second teams.
Pierson, 6-foot-2, 305 pounds, finished the year with 27 tackles, 2.5 sacks and a fumble recovery. His six tackles for loss was fourth on the team.
Heritage Hall product Sterling Shepard was named an honorable mention selection on the offense after his true freshman season at Oklahoma.
Big week for Trier
Tulsa NOAH guard Allonzo Trier had quite a week.
Video of the sophomore's slam dunk was No. 3 on ESPN SportsCenter's Top Plays Thursday night, and he followed it up by scoring 64 points in an 88-84 overtime win over Bartlesville Saturday night.
Trier had only six points after the first quarter, but helped NOAH come back to tie the game, then win in overtime.
Boyland takes over Westmoore volleyball
Westmoore has hired Jeff Boyland as its volleyball coach.
Boyland is currently the assistant director of recreation services at the University of Central Oklahoma and will continue with those duties in addition to serving as the Jaguars' coach.
Boyland previously served as UCO's head volleyball coach from 2003-2011 compiling a 192-104 record. His teams twice qualified for the NCAA Division II national tournament and won a pair of Lone Star Conference North Division titles.
Boyland replaces Heather Ruiz.