It was championship weekend for Oklahoma high school football, as five state championships took place at the University of Central Oklahoma on Friday and Saturday.
Here are the results:
Class 6AI Championship: Owasso 14, Jenks 6
Class 6AII Championship: Bixby 40, Stillwater 36
Class 5A Championship: Carl Albert 30, Bishop McGuinness 15
Class 4A Championship: Poteau 9, Weatherford 7
Class 3A Championship: Lincoln Christian 42, Plainview 21
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Owasso 14, Jenks 6
Bill Haisten: Bill Blankenship again is a champion, and these are the best of times for Owasso
Jenks vs. Owasso: Rams quarterback Cole Dugger is game MVP
Video: Owasso holds off Jenks to win 6AI state title
Related: Championship Weekend: Owasso beats Jenks to win 6AI title; Bixby, Lincoln Christian also take state
Lincoln Christian 42, Plainview 21
Lincoln Christian vs. Plainview four downs: Lincoln's Kolbe Katsis delivers MVP performance
Father-son combine to help Lincoln Christian win state title
Bixby 40, Stillwater 36
Bill Haisten: Brennan Presley’s player-of-the-year performance propels Bixby to another title
Bixby vs. Stillwater four downs: Spartans' Brennan Presley is game MVP
Video: Bixby celebrates its win over Stillwater in the 6AII state championship game
Metro Christian 42, Beggs 31
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