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UNION-JENKS FOR THE 6A-I TITLE (Jenks 21-14)

Jenks got on the board first, with 7:48 in the first quarter, when Cooper Nunley scored a four yard touchdown, leading 7-0. With Union on 4th and 12 from its own 35, Mason Farquhar hit tight end Holton Fox on the seam for a 24 yard gain down to the 11.

Union got on the board early in the second quarter, when quarterback Zach Fisher threw to Farquhar for a three yard touchdown, that tied the game 7-7. The Trojans answered with another score from Nunley, advancing Jenks' lead 14-7. Coming out of halftime, the score remained 14-7, until the Redskins tied up the game in the fourth quarter. Farquhar launched a pass to Robert Thomas, making it a 14-14 ball game with 7:22 left to play.

With 2:55 to go, Jenks scored, and took a 21-14 lead. Union attempted to drive into Trojan territory, but failed to score in the final minute. Jenks went on to win its third straight 6A championship title, leading 21-14 by the end of the game.

BIXBY-LAWTON FOR THE 6A-II (Bixby 35-21)

Bixby got on the board first, scoring a dive in touchdown with just under 12 minutes. Lawton answered that with a 63 yard pass from quarterback Jack Meservy to Markeanan Hair that resulted in a touchdown. With a 7-7 game, both teams would continue to turn over the ball, until the final four minutes of the half. Bixby's quarterback Tanner Griffin would then pump fake and throw a deep pass to Kale Mulkey for another Spartans' touchdown. Lawton challenged that with run from Darreyl Patterson, who juked defenders until he hit the end zone. Going into half, the game was tied 14-14. During the half, Bixby head coach Loren Montgomery told his team that they had to eliminate mistakes, and stop big plays. In the first half they were struggling with turnovers and penalties, although they looked good statistically. Lawton's head coach Randy Breeze said that his team was playing good defensively, and that they looked better than they did in season play.

Bixby came out hyped in the second half, opening up with a big return from Justin Williams. Lawton gained the offensive possession shortly after with an interception by Patterson. After turning over the ball, Bixby regained possession and scored. Nic Roller ran in a 15 yard touchdown with 7:13 to go in the third. They would go on to get another score with 6:20 in the quarter. Adrian Mica scored on a 35 yard touchdown return, extending Bixby's lead 28-14. Bixby went on to advance their lead to three touchdowns by the end of the third quarter, ruling 35-14. By the end of the game, Bixby led 35-21, getting its first ever gold ball, and the first 6A-II championship title. After the game, Bixby running back Nic Roller said, “It feels pretty good to finally bring one home to Bixby.”

WAGONER-OOLOGAH FOR THE 4A TITLE (Wagoner 45-21)

The opening kickoff was a squib kick, taken by Wagoner's A.J. Freeth at his own five. He then ran it 95 yards down field for a touchdown. The extra point attempt was no good, making it a 6-0 game.

In the next series, Oologah's Seth Jensen went off the tackle for the score, causing Oologah to take a 7-6 lead.

Wagoner bounced back with another score of its own, when Scottie Patton ran it 25 yards, breaking tackles to find the end zone.

By the end of the game Wagoner walked away with a title, and 45-21 win over Oologah.

NOWATA-OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN SCHOOL IN THE 2A SEMI-FINALS (Nowata 20-0)

In the middle of the first quarter, Wyatt Sanders showed off his speed when he ran 28 yards into the end zone, causing Nowata to take a 7-0 lead.

Later in the game, Nowata went for it on 4th and 3 from the five, but the Saints got the stop to prevent the attempted drive.

Nowata walked away with a 20-0 win over Oklahoma Christian School. Nowata will be advancing to the state title game.

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