Mustang clinches bye in first round, hosts either Jenks or Edmond North in quarterfinals

Fall Sports, Football

Trey Hunter

November 6, 2022
Mustang linebacker Caston Meadows (Jr.) indicates to the sideline that the Broncos recovered a loose ball during the team's 61-35 win over Edmond Memorial on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022, at Bulldog Stadium in Edmond. Meadows and the Broncos are set for a home 6A-I quarterfinals game in two weeks. (Photo by Ron Lane / Lane Images)

The Mustang Broncos clinched a bye in the Class 6A-I playoffs for the first time in school history and will play host to either Jenks or Edmond North on Nov. 18 at Bronco Stadium.

Mustang defeated Edmond Memorial 61-35 on Thursday, becoming just the 11th team in school history to win at least eight regular season games. The Broncos went 8-2 and finished second in 6A-I District 2.

Under the new 12-team playoff format, the winners and runners-up from both District 1 and District 2 have been awarded byes this week. Bixby won District 1 while Norman North finished second. Union won District 2.

Edmond North will travel to Jenks this Friday night to determine Mustang’s opponent in two weeks. Edmond Memorial hosts Enid, Broken Arrow hosts Norman, and Owasso hosts Westmoore in the three other first round games.

The Class 6A-I state championship game will be played on Dec. 2 at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond.

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