Oklahoma State commit Dillon Stoner still making plays despite bum ankle

Oklahoma State commit Dillon Stoner had a 42-yard touchdown reception and also intercepted a pass late in the game to help Jenks advance to the Oklahoma Class 6A-1 state championship game with a 33-17 victory over Tulsa Union.

Jenks made its way back to another Oklahoma Class 6A-1 state championship game with a 33-17 win over their archrival Tulsa Union on Friday night at Owasso.

The Trojans were led again by multiple athlete and two-way player Dillon Stoner. The Oklahoma State commitment still made plays despite coming off a nagging ankle injury that held him out of the Jenks quarterfinal win last weekend.

Stoner, who is expected to play wide receiver for the Cowboys, caught two passes on offense for 52 yards, including a second quarter grab in the flat from Trojans quarterback Cooper Nunley and Stoner made one man miss and then skipped out a few yards to the sideline. He made another Union defender miss and then easily outran the rest of the Redskins defense to complete a 42-yard touchdown pass.

Stoner, who is expected to attend the Oklahoma State-Baylor game in Stillwater on Saturday night, also had six tackles on defense and with just over two minutes left in the game picked off  Union pass that helped Jenks run out the clock and finish off the win.

The 11-1 Trojans will now prepare to face neighboring Broken Arrow in two weeks for the title. Broken Arrow defeated Edmond Santa Fe and Cowboys recruit Calvin Bundage in Yukon as the Tigers came back from a 24-7 Santa Fe lead to win 49-30.   


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