By Kyle Dierking, OKBlitz.com Reporter
TULSA, OK -- Union quarterback Chase Boyce could have lost confidence in himself Saturday after throwing two interceptions in the first three quarters against Broken Arrow.
Instead, Boyce was the catalyst in a fourth quarter comeback, running for two touchdowns to send the defending 6A champion Redskins back to the state title game with a 24-13 win over the Tigers.
Union will face Jenks, who took down Southmoore 44-26, at 7:30 Friday night at the University of Tulsa's Chapman Stadium.
It's the seventh time in 12 years that Union and Jenks have played each other in the 6A title game.
It's the 14th straight year that either Union or Jenks will win the 6A state title.
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