Over a span of 21 seasons in the state’s largest classification, Jenks captured 13 titles and Union had eight.
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Tigers prevail in a game that included nine lead changes. Maurion Horn scored the winning TD with 1:07 left.
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In a similar situation in Week 9 last year, Collinsville won 63-41 at Pryor.
There are three weeks left in Oklahoma's high school football season, so there are playoff implications in Week 8.
Maurion Horn had 29 carries for 215 yards and three touchdowns, including the winner with 1:07 left.
The eighth-ranked Bulldogs scored a 52-0 victory and sustained their bid for what would be a 12th district title in Dale Condict’s 17 seasons as head coach.
Union's Rovaughn Banks carried 16 times for 157 yards and also completed 6-of-14 passes for 66 yards and one interception.
YUKON — It’s safe to say Jenks has Yukon’s number. And that didn’t change on Friday night.
Mustang coach Blankenship gets win over cousin; Keene picks off four passes
Snyder picks off three passes in the first half as Spartans take control early
Hunt's interception in final minutes helps Yellowjackets seal the win
Mustang, coached by Lee Blankenship — a surname which may sound familiar — stunned Owasso 47-41 Friday night at Owasso Stadium.
Union quarterback Rovaughn Banks only needed one yard, but he got a lot more. On third-and-1 from his 28, Banks went right on a keeper, the…
On Friday night, Maurion Horn had 29 carries for 215 yards and two touchdowns, including the winner with 1:07 left, to help the fourth-rank…
The Class 6A-II No. 2 Yellowjackets (6-2, 4-1) prevailed 41-28 at No. 4 Charles Page High School (5-3, 2-3) to retain sole ownership of the…
Since a 3-0 loss to Bristow (in a contest decided on a 47-yard field goal with three seconds left), the defending Class 4A champion Bulldog…
Tia and Arthur Presley have been unwavering as investors in their sons’ football lives.
Last week, Chandler accounted for 312 yards and five touchdowns, helping lead an unthinkable 62-7 blowout of Class 2A defending champion Metro Christian.
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