Former Foster star CeeDee lamb continues to have an outstanding season for No. 9 Oklahoma.
Lamb is tied for the national lead with 13 receiving touchdowns and ranks ninth with his 109.2 receiving yards per game despite ranking 68th with just 4.9 catches per contest. He has at least one touchdown reception in all but one game this season and is the only Power Five player who has at least five games of 135-plus receiving yards. He also leads the nation’s non-seniors with his 31 career receiving touchdowns and 2,948 receiving yards.
Lamb was a four-year varsity letterman for the Falcons from 2013-2016.
Lamb and the Sooners will face No. 12 Baylor on Saturday night in Waco.
Martel leads UTSA defense in win over ODU
Former Foster standout Andrew Martel was strong on defense for UTSA in its 24-23 win over Old Dominion on Saturday.
The Roadrunners held the Monarchs to just 98 yards and three points in the second half. Martel, a senior linebacker, led the way with eight tackles (seven solo), one pass breakup and a quarterback hurry in the win.
Former Tiger Jeffrey named SAA Offensive POW
Former Travis star and current Millsaps quarterback Amryn Jeffrey has been named the Southern Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week.
The sophomore quarterback was outstanding all afternoon long in a 49-25 win over Sewanee on Nov. 2. He finished the game 23-32 passing for a career-high 377 yards. His four touchdowns were tied for a season-high.
Jeffrey now ranks third in the SAA in passing yards per game (211.6) and second in touchdowns (18).
Terry junior linebacker Jerimiah Reyes received his first college offer from Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa… Fulshear senior softball player Keely Castillo signed a letter of intent to play at Blinn College next year… Needville pitcher James Roberts signed a letter of intent to play baseball at North Central Texas College next season… Needville softball player Madison Kovar signed a letter of intent to play at Highland Community College in Kansas in 2020… George Ranch senior infielder Will Dolan has verbally committed to play for the University of Arkansas-Rich Mountain, a new junior college baseball program at Mena, Ark.