When: 7 p.m., Thursday
Where: Chapman Stadium, University of Tulsa
TV: FSOK (Cox 37/HD 722, Dish 441, DirecTV 679, U-verse 754/1754)
Radio: KRXO-FM 107.7
Records: Tulsa Union 11-2 (7-0 District 6A-1, first); Jenks 13-0 (7-0 District 6A-2, first)
Players to watch: Tulsa Union — Jeffery Mead, WR. The Oklahoma commitment has been spectacular this season, catching 58 passes for 1,015 yards and 14 touchdowns. He’s a big target at 6-foot-6, too.
Mason Farquhar, QB. He’s quietly had a nice season with more than 2,400 yards passing and 26 touchdowns. He’s gotten some aid with big targets like Mead and another Oklahoma commitment Carson Meier at tight end.
Jenks — Steven Parker, DB/WR. Parker entered the season as the state’s top recruiting prospect, and he still remains atop The Oklahoman’s Super 30. He’s a 6-foot-2 safety who is an excellent pass defender and tackler, but he’s also been impressive offensively with 22 receptions and four touchdowns.
Dylan Harding, DB/WR. Another 6-foot-2 safety, the Oklahoma State commitment has been equally as impressive on the offensive side of the ball with 16 receptions and six touchdowns. He also caught the game-winning TD in the first meeting this season between the two teams.
Storylines: Tulsa Union — Union’s underrated defense will have to come up with a big stop or turnover. Jenks’ defense may be the best in the state and has not allowed a team to score more than 28 points this season, which leaves Union’s defense with a tough task of slowing down the Trojans’ offense.
Jenks — The Trojans can play defense, but how much can they score on Tulsa Union’s defense? They’ve only allowed one team more than 23 points this season and that was the season-opening 44-20 loss to DeSoto, Texas. Jenks had the last laugh earlier this season with a last-second TD, but can it do the same again in a tight situation?
The pick: Jenks 28, Tulsa Union 21