6A Semi-Final High School Playoffs
Tuesday, November 21st 2006, 10:50 pm
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Week three of high school playoffs kicks off Friday night, and a couple of former champs, and defending champs are looking to go all the way.
In Class 6A former champs Jenks (11-1) will face off against Muskogee (10-2) on Friday night.
The Trojans have high hopes for another championship. In round one Jenks easily took care of Broken Arrow, 28-7.
Quarterfinal action was a different story. In Lawton the Trojans couldn't keep a handle on the ball. Jenks committed three 1st half turnovers; trailing 12-0 Jenks rallied scoring 9 unanswered points, the score 12-9 at half time. Jenks took control of the game in the 3rd and never looked back. The Trojans won by 17, 29-12.
7th ranked Muskogee has advanced in the playoffs starting with an upset of the defending 6A champs, Union. The Redskins missed a field goal in the closing seconds that would have won them the game. Muskogee squeaked by round one with a 20-18 win.
The quarterfinals weren't as close; Muskogee's defense was too much for Norman North. The Timberwolves line couldn't protect the QB; he was sacked 7 times. Muskogee won by 28, 38-10.
Jenks plays Muskogee Friday night at Union Tuttle Stadium, kick off is 7:30 pm.
Class 6A semifinals on Saturday, Owasso (10-2) playing Enid (8-4).
The Rams survived triple overtime, toppling Stillwater in the first round, 24-23.
Round two action had Owasso against undefeated Westmore. This game belonged to the Rams standout runningback Kingjack Washington; he rushed for a season high 245 yards and 4 TD's. Owasso handed the Westmore Jaguars their first defeat, 31-19, and made it to the semi-finals for the first time in more than two decades.
Enid has rolled through the playoffs defeating teams with better records.
In a round one upset the Plainsmen defeated District 6A-4 champs Booker T. Washington, 34-12.
Quarterfinals saw the Mustang Broncos paying a visit to Enid. The Broncos QB couldn't connect with his receivers; the Plainsmen defense intercepted 6 passes. The offense did their job too, rushing for 488 yards. Enid steam-rolled Mustang, 55-7.
Owasso vs. Enid is Saturday in Sapulpa; kick off is 7:30 pm.