STILLWATER — There was no drama this year.
No going down to the wire in the Class 6A title game to see if the streak would end.
No doubt after the way Jenks' Trey'Vonne Barr'e ripped through Norman North's defense and the Trojans' defense forced three first-half turnovers.
Another win for the East, this one a 55-20 Jenks victory over Norman North in front of an estimated 15,000 at Boone Pickens Stadium on Friday night.
It was Jenks' 13th state title overall and first since 2007.
The Trojans did it after starting the season 0-2.
“I've had years when it was a relief to get it over with after we won,” Jenks coach Allan Trimble said. “This is not relief. It's pure joy. This was the epitome of teamwork. It was fun to be a part of.”
Trimble became the first coach in state history to win 10 championships as a head coach.
The West — or anyone not named Jenks or Tulsa Union for that matter — still has not won a 6A title since 1995.
Barr'e ran for 292 yards and three touchdowns with four runs of 35 yards or more.
“I saw him do it every week in the playoffs,” Norman North coach Wade Standley said of Barr'e.
It was a rough start for the senior, who fumbled on the game's first play. But after Jenks forced a punt, Barr'e made up for it with an 87-yard run to set up Jenks' first score and the Trojans never looked back.
“My O-line's had a beautiful year,” Barr'e said. “I couldn't ask any more of them.”
After the win, Barr'e shared a long embrace with wide receiver Jordan Smallwood.
“He was just saying we finally did it,” Barr'e said. “We worked too hard in the summer to not win this.”
Smallwood, an Oklahoma commit, had a pair of touchdown catches including a 28 yarder in the second quarter.
Smallwood looked bottled up near the 10 but he stiff-armed a defender to the turf and kept going.
“It was crazy,” Smallwood said of the score. “I've been waiting to do something like that all year and it set up perfectly.”
The touchdown put Jenks up 27-0 late in the second quarter.
“We had two or three turnovers there early and they had some chunk plays,” Standley said. “Those really hurt.”
Norman North picked up some momentum just before half when Peyton Gavras hit Corbin Cleveland for a 34-yard touchdown, but the Trojans immediately got it back by returning the ensuing kickoff to take a 41-7 lead into the break.
Gavras threw for 331 yards and three touchdowns but also threw five interceptions.
Junior Dylan Harding picked off Gavras twice, including on the game's final play to send the Trojans into a wild celebration.
“How's this feel? It's better than I ever imagined it,” Smallwood said. “I didn't know how crazy it would be.”