Jones Longhorns football

Win/Loss

Record Home Away Win % PF PA
7 - 5 4 - 2 3 - 3 .583 319 249

SCHEDULE

Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-09-06 vs Perkins L 14 - 23
2013-09-13 @ Hennessey L 13 - 40
2013-09-20 vs Oklahoma Christian L 19 - 33
2013-09-27 vs Marlow W 15 - 14
2013-10-04 @ Bethel W 46 - 0
2013-10-11 @ Mount St. Mary W 43 - 10
2013-10-17 @ Blanchard L 7 - 21
2013-10-25 vs Tuttle W 21 - 19
2013-11-01 vs Little Axe W 47 - 27
2013-11-08 @ Bridge Creek W 61 - 0
2013-11-15 vs Cushing W 33 - 14
2013-11-22 @ Kingfisher L 0 - 48

ROSTER

Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Andrew Case 12
Jared Case 9
Keane Cox 11 5-10 160
Levi Fox 12
Logan Hinkson 12
Callen Houston 9
Ty Hughes 10 6-0 280
Tarik Leniger 20 11 6-1 180 WR
Cole Mansell 12
Ryan Mansell 10
Quinn Mason 12
Ryan Mathews 12
Caleb Melton 9
Matt Mills 12
Layton Moore 11 6-3 175
David Nelson 10
Dustin Pierce 12
Austin Reid 12
Seth Sleeper 12
Ruben Soto 12
Colton Story 12
Austin Ward 11
Rowdy Warner 9
Cody Yelton 10 5-11 180

Jones football News

NewsOK articles about Jones football, or articles mentioning current or former Jones football players.
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The Dallas Morning News Barry Horn column

Jul 31, 2015
Norm Hitzges was an out-of-work TV sportscaster when KERA-FM (90.1) offered him $15 for an hour of Saturday morning radio airtime back in August 1975. Hitzges grabbed the money and on April 9 was off and running on what has become an unparalleled sports-talk run along the Dallas-Fort Worth radio dial. As if anyone needs to be told, at 71, he’s still going strong as the mid-morning host on...

Oklahoma scene: OU single-game football tickets on sale Monday

Jul 26, 2015
Tickets for all home games are available: Sept. 5 vs. Akron; Sept. 19 vs. Tulsa; Oct. 3 vs. West Virginia; Oct. 24 vs. Texas Tech; Nov. 7 vs. Iowa State; and Nov. 21 vs. TCU.

Austin American-Statesman Cedric Golden column

Jul 24, 2015
LaMarcus Aldridge, Dez Bryant and DeAndre Jordan are all after the same thing: A world championship.Three Texans with plenty of individual accolades can all point to a team title as the ultimate goal.So which one has the best chance to win the big one?Before we get to that answer, let’s take a look at each case separately, then add up the chips when the dealing’s done.Let’s start with Aldridge,...

OSU football: Collinsville junior Levi Draper verbally commits to Cowboys

Jul 20, 2015
Junior linebacker Levi Draper verbally committed to OSU, becoming the first commitment of the 2017 class. And he’s certainly a big catch.

Super 30: Southmoore's Noah Jones following line of productive Oklahomans at Texas Tech

Jul 20, 2015
Millwood’s Cameron Batson is the only Okie on the Red Raiders’ roster now, but others like Tre Porter of Carl Albert, Tramain Swindall of Millwood, Colby Whitlock of Noble — all the way back to the most legendary of OKC-Lubbock connections, Wes Welker of Heritage Hall — have been big recruiting scores for Texas Tech.

Lincoln Riley stories from Muleshoe, Texas

Jul 11, 2015
Julie Cage isn’t a big sports fan, so she knows Lincoln Riley in a much different way.

Barry Jacobs: Confederate flag issue brings back bad memories for ACC’s first black athletes

Jul 6, 2015
Billy Jones is disappointed, but not surprised. He’s disappointed it took until now for use of the Confederate battle flag to fall into broad disfavor in this country. He is not surprised, however, that the flag has been sanctioned in areas of public life from official settings to sporting venues for the half-century since he became the first black basketball player in the ACC.“It’s very...

The Latest: VP Biden dotes on grandson as he watches final

Jul 5, 2015
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — The latest from the Women's World Cup final (all times local):8:32 p.m.U.S. Vice President Joe Biden played the role of fan and teacher while he watched the American victory in the Women's World Cup final.Biden kept a close watch on the United States' 5-2 win over Japan on Sunday, while also explaining the action or discussing the play with his grandson,...

OU football: Sooners making a strong in-state recruiting push

Jul 4, 2015
NORMAN — Logan Roberson might not have been speechless but he was awfully close last month when the Harrah offensive lineman committed to Oklahoma. Roberson grew up dreaming of playing for the Sooners and hadn’t even allowed himself to think much of it being a real possibility until OU offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh extended the offer. Once the offer was there, though, Roberson didn’t...

Readers lament the loss of Bob Barry Jr.

Jun 25, 2015
Reader responses to our Bob Barry Jr. tributes have been overwhelming. I thought I would share some with you: Bill Khourie: “Just finished reading your piece on BBJ and yes, so many thousands felt like they knew him and knew him well. I lost my only son over Christmas break while in his last year at OU, Jan. 6, 2009. Many of his friends started a memorial golf tournament and banquet to honor...

Football recruiting: Who has offers?

Jun 23, 2015
Here’s a list of known scholarship offers to Oklahoma high school football players from NCAA Division I FBS and FCS schools to date: Tyler Adkins, Tulsa Union, RB: Navy Samuel Akem, Broken Arrow, WR: Montana Abe Anderson, Metro Christian, LB: North Dakota Jordan Brown, Stillwater, WR: Arkansas St., Army, Navy, Southern Miss, Stephen F. Austin, Texas Tech, Tulsa, Wyoming Tyler Brown, Lexington,...

Panthers support removal of Confederate flag from grounds of S.C. Statehouse

Jun 22, 2015
The Carolina Panthers joined the groundswell of support for removing the Confederate flag from grounds of the South Carolina Statehouse.The Panthers, who since their inception have marketed themselves as a team for both Carolinas, indicated they have little tolerance for “divisive symbols and actions.”In the wake of last week’s shooting deaths of nine members of the Emanuel AME Church in...

D.C. travelblog: The charming city of Annapolis

Jun 19, 2015
The best ride we’ve had all week came in a golf cart Thursday. We had just parked near downtown Annapolis, paying $10 to pull our rented Hyundai into a space hard by an inlet of Chesapeake Bay, and were walking down Compromise Street, toward the historic downtown. A guy in a golf cart pulled up […]

Southmoore's Noah Jones commits to Texas Tech

Jun 15, 2015
The ball pops loose from Mustang's Chase Brown as Southmoore's Noah Jones defends during Friday night’s matchup. Photo by Hugh Scott, for The Oklahoman With more than 50 Oklahoma high school football prospects with Division I scholarship offers, those players are starting to settle in on their college decisions. For the second straight day, a top prospect in the Oklahoma City metro area...

High school basketball: Western Heights' Gerard Giles more comfortable playing basketball

May 28, 2015
He remembers the moment he fell in love with the sport — the sixth grade. Since then, he’s wanted to make it his future, though that path didn’t look like it was possible when he signed to play football at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.

High school football: Oklahoma is loaded with Division I prospects

May 22, 2015
In the Oklahoma City metro area alone, a half-dozen players have picked up new offers this week.

Oklahoma scene: UCO's Chris Watson a finalist for MIAA honor

May 22, 2015
Central Oklahoma national champion wrestler Chris Watson has been named one of three finalists for the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association’s Ken B. Jones Award. Joining Watson as men’s finalists are football players Cole Manhart of Nebraska-Kearney and Keeston Terry of Pittsburg State (Kan.). The three women’s finalists are basketball players Lizzy Jeronimus of Pittsburg State and...

Oklahoma State football recruiting roundup: A closer look at three of the Cowboys' recent scholarship offers

May 21, 2015
Just 105 more days until football season. It’s never too early to look ahead. Oklahoma State coaches have been plenty busy evaluating high school talent as spring games fire up this week across the Cowboys’ recruiting hotbeds. Here are a few prep stars who have recently reported scholarship offers from OSU: 2017 WR HEZEKIAH JONES […]

Marlins GM Dan Jennings becomes Miami's manager

May 18, 2015
MIAMI (AP) — Even the mother of the Miami Marlins' new manager is questioning the wisdom of the choice.Marlins general manager Dan Jennings was selected Monday to replace Mike Redmond in the dugout. Jennings has 31 years of experience in professional baseball, but he never played in the majors and has never managed."It is outside the box, I will not deny that," Jennings said at a news...

No bluffing: Cowboys stick with defense as draft closes

May 2, 2015
IRVING, Texas (AP) — Dallas owner and general manager Jerry Jones wasn't bluffing when he said getting a running back wouldn't be a top priority in the draft, even though the Cowboys lost NFL rushing champion DeMarco Murray in free agency.The Cowboys kept the focus on defense on the final day of the draft Saturday, taking linebackers Damien Wilson of Minnesota and Mark Nzeocha of Wyoming in the...

Saints take 3 more defensive players on draft's last day

May 2, 2015
METAIRIE, La. (AP) — The New Orleans Saints tipped the balance of their 2015 draft class decisively toward trying to fortify a defense that ranked near the bottom of the NFL last season.The Saints, who began Saturday's final rounds of the draft with two fifth-round picks, traded for a third and used all three on defensive players, giving them a total of six defensive players among their nine...

Packers add to secondary, take CB Quentin Rollins

May 1, 2015
GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The secondary is the first priority in the NFL draft this year for the Green Bay Packers.Another position of need on defense — inside linebacker — will have to wait at least another day.Quentin Rollins is the latest defensive back to head to Titletown after the Packers took the cornerback from Miami (Ohio) in the second round of the NFL draft with the 62nd overall...

HIGH SCHOOL GOLF: Longhorns finally get their medals

May 1, 2015
AUSTIN — It took three trips to the state tournament, but the Bronte boys golf team finally got its state medal.The Longhorns, who have appeared at the state tournament three of the last four years, fired a two-day score of 710 to place third Thursday in the Class 1A tournament held at Lions Municipal Golf Course.Throckmorton took first with a score of 663, while Happy took runner-up...

High school notebook: Southmoore's Noah Jones offered by Texas Tech

Apr 20, 2015
Jones, No. 11 on The Oklahoman's Super 30, is primarily a defensive end prospect but could play a variety of positions at the next level.

Oklahoma State football notebook: Cowboys receive two verbal commitments for 2016 signing class during spring game

Apr 18, 2015
Athlete Tyrell Alexander (Lancaster High School, Texas) and cornerback Rodarius Williams (Calvary Academy, La.) both tweeted out their intentions to play for OSU next season

Timeline Ties Newspaper, Community

Apr 17, 2015
The newspaper and community are bound inextricably one to another, with The Daily Star-Journal today continuing the work of the newspaper’s forebearers by holding up a mirror into which the community sees its reflection, good or ill, accurately.Dates and events provided herein – each footnoted and provided to the Johnson County Historical Society – are taken from a variety of sources, with most...

High school notebook: OSSAA looking further into private-school rules

Apr 14, 2015
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors will discuss and take possible action at Wednesday’s monthly board meeting regarding an amendment to the rule that Bishop McGuinness High School officials unfairly targets private schools.

Executive Q&A: Penn Square Bank collapse sparks counselor's career in bankruptcy law

Apr 12, 2015
Executive Q&A: Phillips Murrah Director Tim Kline was helping his dad teach a bankruptcy law course at Oklahoma City University when Penn Square Bank collapsed in July 1982. He and his father — the late David A. Kline Jr., an experienced bankruptcy judge who’d helped promote the 1978 Bankruptcy Reform Act — subsequently went into practice together.

Questions and Answers with Bob West on his career as News sports editor

Apr 11, 2015
Bob West has moved on in his life.Thursday yhe Port Arthur News sports department for the first time since 1972 no longer had West as a full time employee.It was about a month ago when these questions were first presented to West and instead of a story it was correctly determined the best way for the answers is for Bob West to once again on a Sunday say it in his own words.So how did you get to...

Oklahoma Alumni Turnpike Challenge set for Saturday in Tulsa

Apr 9, 2015
The Oklahoma Alumni Turnpike Challenge will reignite rivalries of old once again Saturday evening in Tulsa. Tulsa Washington High School will host the event, which begins at 5 p.m. with a game between Tulsa McLain and Star Spencer alums. Tulsa Washington and Douglass alumni will square off in the nightcap. Among the notable alumni expected […]