EDMOND — It was fitting for Jenks that seniors Jayden Patrick, Grant Lohr and Stephen Kittleman delivered stellar performances in the Class 6A-I state championship game Saturday afternoon.
The trio has produced at a high level all season and didn’t stop when the stakes were the highest.
Patrick scored two touchdowns and played a strong game in the secondary, Lohr rushed for 154 yards with a TD, and Kittleman completed 16-of-21 passes for 237 yards with a TD to lead the second-ranked Trojans past No. 4 Edmond Santa Fe 41-14 before 6,500 fans at Wantland Stadium.
Jenks (11-1), which led 27-14 at halftime, won its 17th state title — breaking a tie with 4A finalist Clinton for second in OSSAA history behind Ada’s 19.