Kingfisher and Blanchard will meet for the Class 3A state championship under the Friday night lights at Boone Pickens Stadium.
The 3A title game will kick off the weekend at 7:30 Friday in Stillwater before Saturday's doubleheader.
The Class A final between Wynnewood and Ringling will kick off at 1 p.m. Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium, with the 2A title game set for 7:30 Saturday between Oklahoma Christian and Davis.
FREDERICK EDGES VIAN FOR SCORING TITLE
Going into Friday's Class 2A semifinals, two teams — one in each game — came in having already broken the state's season scoring record.
Vian came in to Friday night's game against Davis 31 points ahead of Frederick with 821 points, 57 points ahead of the previous record set by Guthrie in 2007.
Both had their sights set on the national season scoring record of 903 set by Albemarle (N.C.) in 2001.
Neither team got the result it wanted, with Davis downing Vian, 22-0, and Frederick losing to OCS, 55-32.
Frederick was down 55-14 early in the fourth quarter but scored three late touchdowns, including on a punt return and a fumble return to get to 32.
Its point total put Frederick one point ahead of Vian for the state scoring record, 822-821.
The totals put Frederick and Vian sixth and seventh all time according to the National Federation of State High School Association's record book.
BUNYARD OFF TO STRONG START
Harrah junior Riley Bunyard started the swimming season strong.
He has won all of his individual races at the first two meets in the 500 freestyle, 200 freestyle and 200 individual medley. He's also been on three relay teams that have qualified for state.
“You have to have people push you and just no negative comments in your head, no negative thoughts,” Bunyard said. “You've just got to stay positive.”
Bunyard said he has not decided what events he will compete in at state, but he is willing to do what is needed for the team.
“He hasn't really been challenged yet,” Harrah coach Guy Worth said. “We hope that's a good sign of things to come, but we know he will be challenged. But he has been working hard already.”
By Scott Wright, Ryan Aber and Jacob Unruh