Jenks tops Muskogee, Booker T. Washington in Trojan Preview double-header
The masks were on and social distancing was taking place Friday night at Allan Trimble Stadium, as Jenks football hosted the annual Trojan Preview.
The Trojans hosted Booker T. Washington, Muskogee, Putnam City and Bartlesville in the final tune-up of the preseason before the 2020 regular season begins next week.
There were three half games played Friday at Allan Trimble Stadium with Jenks and Booker T. Washington playing the feature game to end the night.
The Trojans defeated the Hornets 14-7. Grant Lohr got the party started with an impressive 10-yard touchdown run to put Jenks up 7-0 early in the game following a 50-yard completion from Stephen Kittleman to Jayden Patrick on third and long from deep inside their own territory.
That would remain the score for the rest of the first half.
In half No. 2, the Trojans added another touchdown on another long completion from Kittleman to Patrick. This one went for 38 yards to make the score 14-0. Booker T. Washington added a late touchdown of its own to make the final 14-7.
In the second half game of the evening, Jenks took on Muskogee and the Trojans handled business against the Roughers with a 24-6 victory.
It was all Jenks in the first half, as the Trojans led 24-0 at the break behind two touchdown runs from Lohr and a touchdown catch from Patrick. Kittleman was impressive against Muskogee going 7 for 8 for 208 yards and a touchdown. Patrick caught four passes for 118 yards with a touchdown, and he also had an interception on defense.
Jenks played its back-ups in the second half against the Roughers, while Muskogee added a touchdown of its own to make the final 24-6.
Overall, Patrick finished the Trojan Preview with seven receptions for 244 yards with two touchdowns and an interception.
In the first game of the night at Allan Trimble Stadium, Putnam City held off Bartlesville 14-9.
Next up for Jenks, the season-opener at 7:05 p.m. Friday against Springdale Har-Ber at Allan Trimble Stadium.
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