No. 17 Jenks (Okla.) lost a home game for the first time since 2006, losing to Broken Arrow 35-34.
The loss snapped a 54-game home winning streak, a 26-game district winning streak and a 15-game winning streak overall.
Broken Arrow scored two touchdowns on kickoff returns, including a 96-yarder by Devon Johnson near the end of the third quarter that cut the Jenks lead to 34-28.
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Broken Arrow (8-1) got the ball back on an interception by Gage Keiser, who returned it 12 yards to the Jenks’ 13. Two plays later, Devin Clayton scored on a 6-yard touchdown reception with 11:07 remaining in the game. The extra point turned out to be the game-winner.
Jenks (6-1) got the ball back three times in the fourth quarter and was unable to score. On their final drive, the Trojans took the ball from their own 34 to the Broken Arrow 34. The drive was propelled by a pair of penalties against Broken Arrow. On fourth-and-2 at the BA 34, Michael Willis made an interception at the 25 with 36 seconds remaining to end Jenks’ comeback hopes.
Jenks seemingly dominated the third quarter after a 21-21 first half to take a 34-21 lead, but the momentum started to change when Jenks had to settle a for a field goal with 52 seconds remaining in the third quarter to take a 34-21 lead. Jenks got the ball on a fumble recovery by Morgan Thomas at the Broken Arrow 33 and worked inside the red zone. On third-and-1 at the 5-yard line, a bad snap pushed Jenks back and led to the field goal.