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Union, Guthrie And Wagoner Claim Titles


Oklahoma State High School Football Championships




StillwaterNews.Net
12/03/2011


Tulsa Union 23 - Broken Arrow 22

(Stillwater, Okla.) Thursday evening the class 6A high school football championship was played at Boone Pickens Stadium between Tulsa Union and the Broken Arrow Tigers.

Union held the lead most of the game until midway threw the third quarter when Broken Arrow managed to take their first lead at 14-10. Union answered with a touchdown of their own, but missed the extra point, Tulsa Union led 16-14.

The Tigers were able to regain the lead with a touchdown to make it 22-16 Broken Arrow. Tulsa Union answered yet again with a touchdown of their own regaining the lead 23-22 late in the fourth quarter.

Broken Arrow had one last chance take the state title, but fumbled on the final drive of the game sealing the victory for Tulsa Union.

Tulsa Union has won the class 6A state championship four straight years.

Guthrie 24 - Lawton-MacArthur 7

The Class 5A State Championship also took place in Stillwater Friday afternoon, between the Highlanders of Lawton-MacArthur and the Guthrie Bluejays.

Guthrie jumped out to a 7-0 lead in the first quarter, on a 25 yard pass from Bryan Dutton to Donovan Jordan. In the second quarter Guthrie defense blocked a 23 yard field goal attempt by the Highlanders.

In the third quarter, Guthrie running back Kai Callins showed his speed with a 42 yard run that set up a Bluejay field goal to extend their lead 10-0. Callins ran for another 49 yards that scored another Bluejay touchdown.Guthrie defeated Lawton-MacArthur 24-7 for the Bluejays 3rd state championship.

Wagoner 23-Clinton 0

The Wagoner Bulldogs made their third title game appearance in seven years and its second in a row under coach Dale Condict Friday night at Boone Pickens Stadium. Last season the Bulldogs lost in the title game to the Oklahoma City Douglass Trojans. Friday night they faced the tradition rich Clinton Red Tornadoes, whom were making their first title game appearance since 2007.

Wagoners only loss of the season came to a Catoosa team that had a larger, more physical line. Coming into the game Friday night it looked like Clinton was going to be much of the same.

But it was the Bulldogs line that was playing larger and more physical on both sides of the ball. Wagoner ran for three touchdowns on the ground and held the Red Tornadoes scoreless for the first time this season. This is Wagoner's first ever State Football Championship.

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