Oklahoma State commit Dillon Stoner does his part in helping Jenks win another Oklahoma state championship

Oklahoma State commit Dillon Stoner's 67-yard touchdown reception early in the third quarter helped Jenks defeat Broken Arrow 35-14 in the Oklahoma Class 6A-1 state championship game Friday night.

Oklahoma State commitment Dillon Stoner has been impressive all season long on both sides of the football since a summer commitment to the Cowboys as a wide receiver. Stoner is so much more as a receiver, defensive back, kick returner, holder, and anything else he needs to be for the powerhouse Jenks High School Trojans.

Saturday night, he and his talented teammates at Jenks won their fourth state championship in a row beating neighboring Broken Arrow 35-14 for the Oklahoma Class 6A-I state championship. 

In the win at Chapman Stadium on the University of Tulsa campus, Stoner contributed to the scoring with a 67-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Cooper Nunley. Jenks threw for 285 yards in the win. 

Junior running back Rueben Thompson was impressive in the game with 117 rushing yards and scoring three touchdowns on runs of 1, 31, and 7 yards. 

Stoner proved his toughness this season as well as late in the year and into the playoffs he fought off a sprained ankle and even played several games with the injury as he toughed it out and was still very productive although it obviously limited his excellent speed and quickness.

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