Jenks Rallies to Edge Out Broken Arrow

The Broken Arrow Tigers and the Jenks Trojans got together at Allan Trimble Stadium in Jenks for what has turned out to be their district opener. After an off week two weeks ago and COVID cancellations last week, this was the first game action for both teams since September 11th.

Broken Arrow Breaks Out

The Tigers shot to a first quarter lead on a 40 yard Mason Garrett field goal.  A high snap led to a short Jenks punt on the next possession.  Broken Arrow was in business at the Jenks 18. Senior running back Sanchez Banks took it in from the 13 and the Tigers led 10-0 after one quarter.

In the second, Broken Arrow’s special teams came up with a big play.  Jadahian Floyd-Wright blocked a Jenks punt, and Mason Elmore scooped up the ball for Broken Arrow to make it 17 to nothing.

Jenks Battles Back

Stephen Kittleman passed to Jayden Patrick who took the ball 50 yards for a touchdown.  Broken Arrow came back with a touchdown pass of their own when Jake Raines connected with Maurion Horn on a 26 yard play that made the score 24-7.  In the last three minutes of the first half Jenks got a 30 yard touchdown when Kittleman’s pass to Ty Walls was complete on a nice juggling catch and a flip into the end zone.

 

Then at the two second mark of the first half, Max Paskvan booted a 36 yard field goal to make the first half score Broken Arrow 24-17.

Tigers on the Attack

Broken Arrow struck first in the third quarter. Sanchez Banks got his second touchdown of the night on a 59 yard run down the north sideline. BA was up 30 to 17 after a missed extra point.

Jenks Takes Over

Jenks fought back on their next possession. A Jenks drive that featured a 42 yard run by Grant Lohr led to an 8 yard Lohr touchdown out of the wildcat at the 9:23 mark.  On the next Trojan possession Stephen Kittleman hit Grant Lohr who tiptoed down the sideline for a 29 yard touchdown.  Jenks had a 31-30 lead with 4:09 left in the third quarter. An 11 play, 80 yard drive ate up 6 minutes and 35 seconds for the Trojans, then Jayden Patrick finished that drive when he scored from three yards out on an end around to extend the Trojan lead to 8.

Jenks improves to 3-1.  Broken Arrow is 2-2.

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