Broken Arrow scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to rally for a 35-31 win over Union in the first round off the Class 6A, Division I playoffs Friday night.
The victory sets up a state semifinal matchup next week with No. 1-ranked Owasso, which knocked off Norman 52-14 on Friday.
Jenks, which extended its playoff streak to 31 straight years, won at Mustang 55-28, setting up a semifinal game next week with Moore, who upset Edmond Santa Fe on Friday.
Bixby (11-0), ranked No. 1 in 6AII, cruised past Midwest City, 42-10.
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Broken Arrow 35, Union 31
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Owasso 52, Norman 14
Related: Owasso overcomes slow start to knock out Norman
Video: Highlights of Owasso's win over Norman
Jenks 55, Mustang 28
Related: Jenks rolls past Mustang and into 6AI semifinals
Bishop Kelley 27, Collinsville 0
Related: Bishop Kelley shocks No. 6 Collinsville 27-0
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Video: Highlights of Bixby's win over Midwest City
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