TULSA - It's the night every high school football player and coach works toward - making it to the state championship game and winning it.
That night has arrived for the big schools in the state as the 6A-I, 6A-II and 4A classes determined their top teams.
Broken Arrow and Jenks- The Trojans proved once again they were the better team as they claimed their fourth state championship in a row. Jenks redeemed themselves after a close loss to Broken Arrow earlier in the season. Jenks is the 6A-I state champs with the 35-14 win.
Sand Springs and Bixby- The Spartans took down the Sandites for the 6A-II championship. Sand Springs shut them out in the last game of the season, but Bixby came back tonight with the 38-28 win.
Wagoner and Oologah Wagoner wins the 4A state championship for the second year in a row. The Bulldogs completed a perfect season, defeating Oologah Mustangs 15-14.
Collinsville and Altus meet Saturday at 1 p.m. at Yukon High School for the 5A crown.
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