2012 Annual Oil Bowl Classic

Oil Bowl Classic - Texas Oklahoma High School Football All-Star Game
Date:  Saturday, June 9, 2012
Location:  Memorial Stadium, Wichita Falls, Texas
Pregame:  7:00 P.M.
Kickoff:  7:30 P.M.

Texas – Oklahoma 2012 Oil Bowl Rosters

 TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ALL-STARS

Martin Alvarez, 6-0, 195 RB, S, Keller (Southwestern Oklahoma State)
Derek Baldeschwiler, 6-4, 290 RT, Burleson (Cisco Junior College)
Jordan Barnes, 5-10, 175 RB, LB, Van Alstyne (Oklahoma Baptist)
Kolten Booher, 5-10, 180 QB-R-RB, S-LB, Henrietta (Texas A&M)
Trent Brittain, 6-2, 175 QB, Eastland (University of Incarnate Word)
Barrett Cain, 6-2, 185 QB-R, Burleson (McMurry University)
Jared Cate, 6-4, 190 QB, Boyd (West Texas A&M)
William (Billy) Chappell, 5-10, 170 WR, S-CB, Springtown (Undecided)
Dustin Clark, 6-1, 205 RB-R, DE-LB, Borger (North Texas State)
Tyler Coats, 6-0, 187 RB-QB-R, LB, Electra (Hardin Simmons)
Blaine Curren, 6-4, 187 WR, Burkburnett (Midwestern State)
James J. De La Rosa, 6-0, 275 DT, Forth Worth Brewer (Sam Houston State)
Adam DeLeon, 5-10, 235 DE, MHS (Cisco Junior College)
Madison Firmin, 6-2, 228 HB-TE, DE-LB, Bowie (Harding University)
Chance Garey, 5-10, 170 WR, SS, Wichita Falls (Wayland Baptist)
Jordan Gill, 6-1, 180 QB-WR, DB-LB, Whitesboro (Undecided)
Blake Glenn, 5-10, 205 FB, LB, Rowlett ( Mary Hardin Baylor)
Steven Hicks, 5-5, 190 RB, Mesquite Poteet (Sam Houston State)
Seth Hiddink, 6-4, 215 K, Wylie (Texas A&M)
Kendall Jackson, 6-2, 192 QB, Arlington Sam Houston  (Midwestern State)
Rance Layton, 6-6, 255 OT, DL, Seminole (Angelo State)
Robert Lewis, 6-0, 175 CB, Waco Midway (Navarro Junior College)
Kaleb Littleton, 6-2, 270 OG-OT-C, NT-DE, Iowa Park (Evangel University)
McCall Maddox, 5-11, WR, S, Jacksboro (Texas Christian)
Seth McBride, 6-1, 265 C-G, NG, Carrollton Hebron (Harding University)
Devante Richardson, 6-2, 275 DT, Arlington Juan Seguin (UTEP)
Ti Russell, 6-4, 180 WR, LB, Lubbock Estacado (Midwestern State)
Brandon Sheppard, 5-8, 165 SR, CB, Wichita Falls Hirschi (Wayland Baptist)
Eddie Speight, 5-9, 210 FB, LB, Wichita Falls Rider (Bacone College)
Philip Sorrells, 5-11, 215 FB, LB, Amarillo (West Texas A&M)
Ryan Todd, 6-2, 280 OT, DT, Holliday (Vernon College)
Jake Trotter, 6-1, 280 C-G, Allen (McMurray University)
Rashid Turner, 6-2, 180 WR, S, Rowlett (Midwestern State)
Anthony Wagner, 180 WR-RB, CB S, Rider Wichita Falls (Cisco College)
Shane Weeks, 6-4, 280 OL, Sachse (Sam Houston State)
Michael Williams, 5-9, 180 RB, Dallas Life School (Undecided)

 Coaches:
Jim Garfield (Wichita Falls), Head Coach
Jason Tucker (Burleson), Defensive Coordinator
Wayne Hutchinson (Stamford), Offensive Coordinator

Assistants:
Gary McElroy (Burleson)
Bill Mercer (Wichita Falls)

 

OKLAHOMA HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL ALL-STARS

Jeremy Applegate, 6-1, 220 FB, LB, Wagoner (Northeastern)
Patrick Bartlett, 5-7, 170 QB, LB, Fairfax Woodland (Central Oklahoma)
Blake Belcher, 6-5, 280 LT, DE, Guthrie (Tulsa University)
Austin C. Bowling, 6-4, 180 WR, Moore Westmoore (University of Oklahoma)
Kurt Byers, 6-1, 215 TE, DT-DE, Tulsa Bishop Kelley (TCU)
Christian Considine, 5-10, 170 QB, S, Pryor (West Point)
Joshua Crouch, 6-2, 225 DE, Edmond Santa Fe (Undecided)
Casey Curtis, 5-9, 185 RB, OKC Putnam (Northeastern)
Luke Davis, 5-10, 185 RB, S, Guthrie (Wheaton College)
Ronnie Davis, 6-1, 178 QB, LB, Midwest City ( Northeastern Oklahoma)
Patrick Diaz, 6-2, 240 DE, Lawton (East Central)
Kyle Factor, 5-11, 250 FB, NG, OKC Westmoore (Missouri Southern)
James Flanders, 5-11, 180 RB, CB-S, Midwest City (Tulsa University)
Mitchell Foote, 6-3, 182 WR-QB, FS-CB, Enid (Emporia State)
Dylan Foxworth, 6-2, 265 G-C, DE, Claremore (Tulsa University)
Braylon Freeman, 6-1, 280 DT, Lawton MacArthur (Northeastern)
Matthew Hermann, 6-2, 210 TE-WR-FB, Tulsa Union (Pittsburg State)
Zeke Lewis, 5-10, 198 LB-WR, LB-SS, Midwest City (South Dakota University)
Matt Linscott, 6-2, 200 WR, S, Tulsa Jenks (Tulsa University)
Nolan Blake Moore, 6-3, 220 OT-OG, DE-OLB-NT, McAlester (Oklahoma State)
Cole Parsons, 6-4, 255 OT, DE-DT, Edmond North (Undecided)
Brynden Pitzer, 6-1, 205 LB, Edmond North (Undecided)
Montana Poorboy, 6-3, 290 RG, DT, Catoosa (Central Oklahoma)
Cory Rahmings, 6-3, T-G-TE, DE-NG-T, Broken Bow (Tulsa University)
Ricky Reeves, 5-11, 182 RB, CB-S, Midwest City (South Dakoto University)
Elie Rushing, 6-2, 230 FB-TE-WR-HB, LB, OKC Putnam (Oklahoma Baptist)
Geoffrey K. Schelb, 6-4, 300 T, L, Seminole (Oklahoma Baptist)
Daniel Schwarz, 6-4, 195 K, P, Lawton MacArthur (Tulsa University)
Jas’Sen Stoner, 5-11, 205 HB, LB, OKC Douglass (Central Oklahoma)
Caleb Webb, 6-1, 280 OG-OT, DT-NG, Clinton (Southwestern Oklahoma)
Brent Wilson, 6-0, 180 QB, Ponca City (Emporia State University)

Coaches:
Harlon House (Seminole), Head Coach and Defensive Coordinator
Rob Fry (Ponca City),  Co-Offensive Coordinator
J. R. Winton (Pryor), Co-Defensive Coordinator

Assistants:
Kenny Young (Edmond Santa Fe) Co-Defensive Coordinator
Jeff Wardlaw (Okeene)
Eddie Barnwell (Kansas)
Blake Johnson (Seminole)

Schedule of Events

 TENTATIVE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
(THIS SCHEDULE IS SUBJECT CHANGE)

MONDAY  June 4, 2012
5:30 PM Oil Bowl coaches and trainers report to Midwestern State University (MSU)
Staff meeting after dinner
TUESDAY June 5, 2012
11:00 AM Player check-in at MSU.  Need to be checked in by mid afternoon.  After check-in, individual and team pictures will be taken
12:00 Noon Lunch — finish check-in
 1:30 PM Meeting with teams in MSU Student Union
Roster check/issue Jersey
Will cover Special Events for the week and introduce staff
2:00 PM Take football gear to Coliseum–get football locker
Players put on game jersey/practice pants for outside pictures
3:00-4:30 PM T-Shirt/Shorts/Helmet practice at MSU
6:00 PM Dinner (location to be determined (TBD)
7:00 PM Team Meeting  (called by each Head Coach) (optional)
12:00 midnight CURFEW
WEDNESDAY June 6, 2012
7:30-8:00 AM Breakfast (TBD)
 8:00 AM  Taping/Treatments begin
8:45-10:30 AM Practice at MSU
11:30 AM Lunch
1:30 PM Taping/Treatments
2:15-4:30 PM Practice at MSU
 6:00 PM  Dinner – Location TBD
7:00 PM Team Meeting (called by each Head Coach)
Time TBD Entertainment TBD
12:00 midnight CURFEW
THURSDAY June 7, 2012
7:00 AM Breakfast – Location TBD
8:00 AM Taping/Treatments
8:30 AM Bus leaves for Memorial Stadium for Oklahoma practice @ 8:45 AM
8:45 AM Texas practice at MSU
11:15 AM Lunch – Location TBD
1:30 PM Taping/Treatments
2:15-4:30 PM Practice
5:30 PM Dinner – Location TBD
Time TBD Entertainment TBD
12:00 midnight CURFEW
FRIDAY June 8, 2012
7:30-8:00 AM Breakfast
8:00 AM Taping/Treatments
8:30 AM Bus leaves for Memorial Stadium for Texas practice @ 8:45 AM
8:45 AM Oklahoma practice at MSU
11:30 AM Lunch – Location TBD
6:30 PM Depart for Banquet (meet in front of Dorms)
Wear Game Jerseys/Slacks
7:00 PM Oil Bowl Banquet at MPEC
Speaker Bob Ledbetter
12:00 midnight CURFEW
SATURDAY June 9, 2012
7:30-8:30 AM Breakfast
10:30 AM Tailgate Party at Memorial Stadium
12:00 Noon Begin packing for checkout
TBD Texas Team meeting (details to follow)
TBD Oklahoma Team meeting (details to follow)
2:00 PM Texas begins checkout
*  Turn in room keys/key cards
*  Take all personal items with you to
Stadium
*  Players vehicles will follow bus to
Stadium
2:30 PM Oklahoma begins checkout (see above)
3:00 PM Pre-game meal (MSU Student Center)
*  After meal, players will report to
coliseum–Texas in locker
room/Oklahoma in gym area
4:30 PM Texas taping begins
5:00 PM Oklahoma taping begins
5:30 PM Teams depart for Memorial Stadium
6:00 PM Pre-game schedule at discretion of Head Coaches
6:15 PM Specialist Out
6:25 PM Team Stretch
6:35 PM Individual Defense
6:40 PM Individual Offense
6:45 PM Team  Offense
6:50 PM Team Defense
6:55 PM Teams to sideline for water
7:00 PM Teams off the field
7:10 PM Teams prepare for individual introductions (numerically)
7:30 PM KICKOFF  –  74th Annual Oil Bowl

AFTER THE GAME, PLAYERS ARE DISMISSED

The 74th Oil Bowl – Texas vs Oklahoma – Saturday, June 11th

 

The 74th Annual Maskat Shrine Oil Bowl Classic will take place on June 11 at 7:30pm at Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls.

It’s one of the country’s longest running all-star games and year in year out one of the most hotly contested all-star games in the country as it pits a team of Texas All-Stars against a team of All-Stars from Oklahoma.

Team Texas Roster
Samuel Ajala, 6-1, 185 WR, CB, DeSoto (Fordham)
Cody Blanscet, 6-0, 170 FB, OLB (Undecided)
Collin Brence, 6-0, 190, FB, S, Plano (Baylor)
Jeff Calvert, 6-1, 190 QB, S, Colleyville Heritage (Tulsa)
Christopher Ceazer, Jr., 5-11, 197 RB, CB, College Station A&M Consolidated (West Texas A&M)
Aaron Chokas, 6-0, 175 QB-WR, DB, Bowie (East Texas Baptist)
Tyler Cole, 5-10, 175 RB-WR, S, Holliday (Southwestern Oklahoma State)
Brett Cook, 5-10, 200 ILB, Amarillo (Cisco Junior College)
Lee Clubb, 5-10, 185 QB, S, Iowa Park (Colorado State)
Scott Dobbins, 6-1, 250 C, DL Burkburnett (Texas A&M)
Joseph R. Dowd, 6-2, 205 G, E, Holliday (Texas)
Ty Duncan, 5-9, 155 RB-WR, DB, Windthorst (Undecided)
Cory Franklin, 5-10, 185 RB, S, Everman (Undecided)
Matt Garrity, 6-4, 230 DE-LB, Allen (Drake University)
Roderick Harris, 5-8, 204 RB, LB, North Mesquite (Tarleton State)
Chad Hedlund, 6-1, 180 K, Argyle (Wake Forest)
Jordan HeLal, 6-0, 260 C, NG, Denton Guyer (West Texas A&M)
Shaun Hoagland, 5-8, 175 WR, CB, Southlake Carroll (East Central)
Tyler Knowles, 6-6, 285 LT, Katy Cinco Ranch (Nicholls State)
Jermaine Merdock, 5-9, 175 WR, CB, Wylie (Undecided)
Andre Moseley, Jr., 5-11, 165 CB, Wylie (Sam Houston State)
Brandon Mullins, 6-2, 205 OL, Coppell (Syracuse)
Preston Odette, 6-1, 218 OLB, Coppell (Texas Tech)
Christian Osborn, 6-1, 187 WR, S, Rowlett (Tarleton State University)
Bill Powers, 6-1, 205 FB-TE, LB, Wichita Falls City View (Undecided)
Devante Robinson, 6-0, 290 G, T, Pflugerville Hendrickson (Midwestern State)
Stephon Sanders, 6-3, 230 DB, Dr. Mesquite Horn (SMU)
Tyler Seale, 6-2, 290 G, T, Wichita Falls (Tarleton State)
Cord Seay, 5-11, 200 LB, DeSoto (Briar Cliff)
Travis Simon, 6-3, 192 S-CB, Lake Dallas (Quachita Baptist)
Kieran Spence, 5-10, 200 RB, LB, Wichita Falls Hirschi (Undecided)
Imran Uddin, 6-3, 225 DE, Springtown (Central Missouri)
Brady Weaver, 6-1, 185 WR, S, Springtown (Southeastern Oklahoma State)
Kris Weeks, 6-5, 330 OL, G, T, Sachse (Southern Methodist)
Justin Wotring, 6-3, 250 OT, Allen (Midwestern State)
Hayden Wright, 6-2, 200 OT, DE, Wichita Falls (Texas A&M)
Salim Zongo, 5-10, 162 WR, Fossil Ridge-Keller (Texas A&M)

Team Texas Coaching Staff
Bryan West (Holliday), Head Coach
Steve Smith (Archer City), Defensive Coordinator
Tony Baccarini (Keller Fossil Ridge), Offensive Coordinator

Aric Sardinea Has Big Shoes To Fill In Daingerfield

2011 Coaching Change: Daingerfield Tigers

Old Head Coach: Barry Bowman — Left for 3A Paris. He led the Tigers for three seaosn winning three consecutive state championships with an amazing record of 44-3!! He was also Head Coach at Bullard from 2001-2003 where he led them to a 14-16 record. After that Bowman was an assistant at Longview Pine Tree. His all-time coaching record is 58-19.

Click Here to read about Bowmans moved to Paris

New Head Coach: Aric Sardinea — Has been the offensive coordinator at 5A Rowlett for the past six seasons. This will be his first head coaching job.

Team News: The Tigers have had 3 Consecutive 1 loss seasons that ended with winning a state championship (all 3 losses have been to 3A Gilmer). They have had Non-Losing seasons 16 of last 17 seasons. The Tigers may have one of the best teams ever in 1983. They outscored their opponents 632-8 on the way to the 1983 state title. They only allowed 1 TD to Carthage and a saftey to Kilgore.

Click To see all the coaching changes for 2011

By: Michael Wright
Lone Star Gridiron
www.lonestargridiron.com

Texas Sports Writers Association's All-State Football – 5A

CLASS 5A
Cibolo Steele running back Malcolm Brown grabbed Offensive Player of the Year honors. The 220-pound senior who signed with the University of Texas rushed for 2,596 yards on 272 carries with 31 touchdowns.

Cibolo Steele Ryan Simmons was the Defensive Player of the Year. The
231-pounder had 179 tackles, four fumble recoveries and five interceptions.

Tony Heath, Pearland, was named Coach of the Year.

FIRST TEAM
Offense
Guards
Nathan Butler, Southlake Carroll, 6-2, 275, Sr.
Hiva Lutui, Euless Trinity, 6-3, 280, Jr.
Tackles
Marcus Hutchins, DeSoto, 6-5, 270, Sr.
(tie) Justin Martin, Euless Trinity, 6-0, 251, Sr.
Joseph Cheek, Seguin, 6-7, 277, Sr.
Center
Matt Freeman, Abilene Cooper, 6-2, 265, Sr.
Wide receivers
Jakeem Grant, Mesquite Horn, 5-7, 160, Sr.
Tyler Landis, Coppell, 5-9, 165, Jr.
Tight end
(tie) Jace Amaro, SA MacArthur, 6-5, 230, Sr.
M.J. McFarland, El Paso El Dorado, 6-5, 220, Sr.
Quarterback
J.W. Walsh, Denton Guyer, 6-2, 190, Sr.
Running backs
Malcolm Brown, Cibolo Steele, 6-0 220, Sr.
Dustin Garrison, Pearland, 5-8, 170, Sr.
Donovonn Young, Katy, 5-11, 210, Sr.
Place-kicker
Mac McGuire, Southlake Carroll, 6-0, 175, Sr.

Defense
Linemen
Tanner Rice, Coppell, 6-1 240, Sr.
Nathan Hughes, Klein Oak, 6-6, 260, Sr.
Suleiman Masumbuko, Euless Trinity, 6-3, 270, Sr.
Thomas Jones, Longview, 6-0, 215, Sr.
Linebackers
Ryan Simmons, Cibolo Steele, 6-1, 231, Sr.
Derrick Mathews, Galena Park North Shore, 6-1, 190, Sr.
David Santos, Klein Collins, 6-0, 205, Sr.
(tie) Brandon Mullins, Coppell, 6-2, 200, Sr.
Kendall Ehrlich, Pearland, 6-2, 200, Jr.
Secondary
Malcom Scott, Tomball, 5-10, 160, Jr.
Josh Stewart, Denton Guyer, 5-10, 170, Sr.
David Busby, Coppell, 5-11, 180, Jr.
(tie) Jovorious Brown, Longview, 5-10, 185, Sr.
Shane Huhn, Cibolo Steele, 6-1, 195, Sr.
Punter
Deantre Smiley, Lufkin, 6-1, 215, Sr.
Kick returner
Will Randolph, Copperas Cove, 5-9 185, Sr.

SECOND TEAM
Offense
Guards
Sedrick Flowers, Galena Park North Shore, 6-3, 275, Sr.
Brad McNulty, Allen, 6-3, 310, Sr.
Tackles
Daniel Edwards, Northside Stevens, 6-0 296, Sr.
Oni Omoile, Coppell, 6-3, 270, Sr.
Center
Marcus Bradley, Richardson Berkner, 6-1, 255, Sr.
Wide receivers
Devante Lacy, Grand Prairie, 5-8, 165, Jr.
J.J. Gaines, Irving Nimitz, 5-11, 175, Sr.
Tight end
Max Stevenson, Klein Oak, 6-6, 200, Sr.
Quarterback
Trey Anderson, Pearland, 5-11, 180, Sr.
David Ash, Belton, 6-4, 217, Sr.
Running backs
Trey Williams, Spring Dekaney, 5-10, 175, Jr.
Driphus Jackson, Cedar Hill, 6-0, 190, Sr.
(tie) Sam Kelley, Round Rock Stony Point, 5-7, 165, Sr.
Chris Nutall, A&M Consolidated, 5-9, 180, Sr.
Place-kicker
Michael Shroble, Klein Oak, 6-1, 205, Sr.

Defense
Linemen
Sam Ukuwachu, Pearland, 6-5, 210, Sr.
James Fowler, SA Churchill, 6-1, 220, Sr.
Nnaemeka Abalihi, EP Coronado, 5-9, 175, Sr.
Jordan Wade, Round Rock Stony Point, 6-4, 297, Sr.
Linebackers
Grant Clifton, Katy, 5-11, 205, Sr.
Jonathan Blair, Georgetown, 5-10, 176, Sr.
Anthony Wallace, Dallas Skyline, 6-2, 220, Sr.
Blake Terry, Denton Guyer, 6-1, 235, Sr.
Secondary
Weston Card, Cypress Woods, 6-3, 185, Sr.
Bryson Echols, DeSoto, 5-11, 175, Jr.
Lyndell Johnson, Plano East, 6-3, 195, Sr.
Bennet Okotcha, Coppell, 5-11, 175, Sr.
Punter
David Ash, Belton, 6-4, 217, Sr.
Kick returner
Trey Williams, Spring Dekaney, 5-10, 175, Jr.

THIRD TEAM
Offense
Guards
Cody Elenz, Copperas Cove, 6-2, 280, Sr.
(tie) Conrad Greene, Longview, 6-4, 305, Sr.
Alec Willis, Denton Guyer, 6-1, 230, Sr.
Tackles
Gilbert Rodriguez, Northside Stevens, 5-10, 230, Sr.
(tie) Dylan Guthrie, Houston Memorial, 6-4, 270, Sr.
Chris Merlene, Lewisville Marcus, 6-3, 330, Sr.
Center
Jacob Brendel, Plano East, 6-4, 270, Sr.
Wide receivers
Myles Kanipes, Pearland, 5-8, 170, Sr.
Howard Matthews, Clear Springs, 6-1, 200, Sr.
Tight end
Nila Kasitati, Euless Trinity, 6-5, 250, Sr.
Quarterback
Ryan Polite, DeSoto, 6-2, 210, Sr.
Running backs
Trevon Campbell, Northside Holmes, 5-7, 155, Sr.
Bradley Marquez, Odessa, 5-11, 185, Sr.
(tie) Darik Dillard, SA MacArthur, 5-11, 175, Jr.
Cam McDaniel, Coppell, 5-10, 190, Sr.
Rufus Mason, Lewisville Marcus, 6-0, 208, Sr.
Place-kicker
(tie) Alex Mueller, Grapevine, 5-8, 160, Sr.
Jake Wilcox, San Antonio Reagan, 6-0, 165, Jr.

Defense
Linemen
Alex Lincoln, Cibolo Steele, 6-3, 245, Sr.
Zach Wood, Rowlett, 6-3, 265, Sr.
Gant Kiolbassa, SA East Central, 6-2, 230, Sr.
Jamal Palmer, McKinney Boyd, 6-3, 230, Jr.
Linebackers
Bryant Stites, McAllen Memorial, 5-10, 185, Jr.
Kyle Boyd, Mesquite Horn, 6-2, 225, Sr.
Josh Hunt, Duncanville, 6-3, 220, Sr.
Brian Nance, Euless Trinity, 6-3, 215, Jr.
Secondary
Kyle Carter, Brownsville Pace, 5-11, 175, Jr.
Myles Kanipes, Pearland, 5-8, 170, Sr.
Jacob Rodriguez, Mission Sharyland, Jr.
Andrew Williamson, Northside Stevens, 6-2, 195, Sr.
Punter
Andy Wickman, Cypress Ridge, 6-2, 180, Sr.
Kick returner
Chris Johnson, Bryan, 6-4, 200, Soph.