High school football: Edmond Santa Fe knocks off Jenks
Edmond Santa Fe did something no West side team has since 2002.
The Wolves defeated the Jenks Trojans, 33-30, on Friday at Allan Trimble Stadium. Sophomore wide receiver Talyn Shettron caught the game-winning 89-yard touchdown with 4:46 left. He then intercepted a pass on Jenks' ensuing possession, and Santa Fe ran out the clock.
No team from the West side of the state had beaten Jenks since Westmoore did in the playoffs 17 years ago. The Wolves' victory was their second against a Tulsa power in three weeks; Santa Fe won at Broken Arrow 23-21 in Week 7.
Senior QB Jorgen Olsen was also stellar, completing 20-of-24 passes for 321 yards and accounting for four touchdowns.
"We just continued to do what we've been doing," Santa Fe coach Kyle White said. "Not focusing on who we're playing and focusing on us, are we better this Friday than we were last Friday. Keeping it about us, going out and executing and having fun."
Santa Fe (7-2, 5-1 District 6A-I-1) is in control for the district title. With a win against Norman (7-2, 4-2) in Week 10, the Wolves will win their first district title since 2012. A loss could create a three-way tie for second between Santa Fe, Norman and Jenks, with all three teams having beat each other. Then it would go to district points with Broken Arrow clinching the first seed with a win against Enid.