Jenks, Union to meet in Broken Arrow in 6A semfinal Friday
BY Staff Reports
Saturday, November 17, 2012
11/17/12 at 5:01 PM
Jenks and Union will go to Broken Arrow to play their Class 6A state semifinal game on Friday night, while Owasso will face Norman North at Union High School.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association released times and sites for all the playoff semifinals Saturday afternoon.
All semifinal games are at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
East Central will face McAlester at Muskogee in the 5A semifinals, and Carl Albert will play OKC Bishop McGuinness at Norman High School.
In 4A, defending champion Wagoner will play Anadarko at Langston University. Ada will face Clinton at Putnam City.
Rejoice Christian will play in the Class B semifinals at Enid, facing No. 1 Laverne. The Eagles advanced with a 44-22 win over Garber on Friday night.
Class 6A Semifinals
Jenks (10-2) vs. Union (10-2), at Broken Arrow
Owasso (9-2) vs. Norman North (10-2), at Union
Class 5A Semifinals
East Central (8-4) vs. McAlester (8-4), at Muskogee
Carl Albert (7-5) vs. OKC Bishop McGuinness (11-1), at Norman
Class 4A Semifinals
Anadarko (12-0) vs. Wagoner (11-1), at Langston University
Ada (11-1) vs. Clinton (10-2), at Putnam City
Class 3A Quarterfinals
Jones (10-2) at Claremore Sequoyah (7-5)
Hilldale (11-1) at Blanchard (10-1)
Metro Christian (10-2) at Seminole (11-0)
Stigler (10-2) at Kingfisher (12-0)
Class 2A Quarterfinals
Hennessey (10-2) at Vian (12-0)
Davis (12-0) at Adair (12-0)
Stroud (11-1) at Oklahoma Christian School (11-1)
Commerce (11-1) at Frederick (12-0)
Class A Quarterfinals
Texhoma (11-0) at Elmore City (7-4)
Ringling (10-1) at Wayne (11-1)
Wynnewood (12-0) at Thomas (11-0)
Cashion (12-0) at Tahlihina (11-1)
Class B Semifinals
Rejoice Christian (11-1) vs. Laverne (12-0), at Enid
Fox (12-0) vs. Pond Creek-Hunter (11-1), at Del City
Class C Semifinals
Forgan (11-0) vs. Cherokee (12-0), at Woodward
Tipton (12-0) vs. Sharon-Mutual (11-1), at Southwestern State University
Union's Jeffery Mead (left) fights for the ball with Jenks' Austin Casillas during the Backyard Bowl on Aug. 31. MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World file