Bixby vs. Jenks preview, game tracker, updates: Get high school football scores at MaxPreps


Jenks (Jenks, Okla.) is 7-2 and one of the top teams in Oklahoma, but on Thursday the Trojans take on one of the top teams in the nation in Bixby (Bixby, Okla.). The Spartans are 9-0 and the No. 49 team in the MaxPreps national high school football rankings after they have scored more than 70 points in four of their last five games. Leading the conversation heading into the game is whether or not Bixby will continue the longest winning streak in the nation, which stands at 58 games, and began after a loss to Jenks in 2018.

Kickoff is set for 8 pm ET from Lee Snider Field at Bixby. While the Spartans have won each of the last three meetings against the Trojans, the last two games have been decided by seven total points. Find out more about this matchup and follow it at MaxPreps here.

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How to track Jenks vs. Bixby

  • Jenks vs. Bixby date: Thursday, Nov. 3
  • Jenks vs. Bixby time: 8pm ET
  • Jenks vs. Bixby game page: Follow game at MaxPreps

What you need to know about Jenks

Jenks needed every ounce of its resolve and good fortune to win last week against Broken Arrow (Broken Arrow, Okla.) in overtime, 35-34. Jenks blocked an extra point in overtime that would have extended the game, and handed the Tigers their sixth loss of the season. After two costly turnovers by quarterback Ike Owens, the senior engineered two touchdown drives to send things to overtime and then punched-in the go-ahead score before Ashton Cunningham’s fateful block to seal the game.

Jenks has two seniors headed to FBS programs next season in three-star athlete Jalyn Stanford and mammoth offensive lineman Landon Zaldivar. Stanford is a three-star athlete heading to the University of Houston, while the 6-5, 300-pound Zaldivar is also a three-star recruit on his way to Memphis next season. Other players like Ty Walls, who holds offers to play college football from all of the service academies, and running back Jaiden Carroll, will also factor into Jenks’ plan to put an end to Bixby’s streak. Follow Jenks’ game here.

What you need to know about Bixby

The Spartans thumped Moore (Moore, Okla.) last week, 64-7. Defensively, Bixby was led by senior Cale Fugate and junior Hank Puckett, who each finished with 12 total tackles in the win. The offense was led by quarterback Connor Kirby, who passed for 195 yards and two touchdowns, but he also ran for 46 yards and another score.

The main target for the Spartans is 247Sports composite four-star tight end Luke Hasz, who is committed to play college football at Arkansas. Last week against Moore, he finished with 125 yards and a touchdown on just three receptions. He is heading to Fayateville with his brother Dylan Hasz, who is a three-star defensive back, and had seven total tackles in last Thursday’s win, including one for a loss. Follow Bixby’s game here.

How to get high school football scores, updates for Jenks vs. Bixby

Now that you know what to look for, get ready to keep track of Bixby vs. Jenks. Visit MaxPreps now to follow the action, plus get high school scores from around the nation, insider news, and much, much more.

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