In the final match, 220, Andrew came through with a second-period escape point and added some insurance with a stalling point in the third to take a 3-0 win over Lawton MacArthur's Garrett Shaw to vault the Huskies to a title, 223-222 over Collinsville.
Allen, Texas, finished third with 215, and Tuttle finished fourth with 213.
STALLINGS GETS AIR FORCE OFFER
The military academies have been active in recruiting the state this year.
Durant running back Dakota Diessner committed to Air Force after the season ended, while Douglass' Chris High and Altus' Diquon Woodhouse committed to Navy earlier this month.
Both institutions have offered several other in-state athletes.
That list recently added Southmoore's Jackson Stallings, who was officially offered by Air Force earlier this month.
Stallings plans on visiting Air Force on Jan. 11.
Stallings had 345 yards receiving with four rushing and four receiving touchdowns this season. He also had 42 tackles, including 15 for loss.
The fullback/tight end/defensive end has received plenty of attention from Ivy League programs as well. He recently visited Harvard and Penn.
FAMILY RUNS DEEP IN BLANCHARD
Blanchard center Tucker Yarbrough wasn't the only connection to Blanchard's 1979 state title team.
Before Friday, that was the Lions only football state championship.
Yarbrough's dad, Darren, played on that team.
Blanchard sophomore nose guard Clay Richey's dad, Scott, also played on that state championship team.
Blanchard beat Hartshorne 37-14 to win the Class A title in 1979.