But the Jags fell short, and that leaves them with a first-round matchup against No. 1 Tulsa Union.
Union, the defending champions, is part of the one-two punch (along with Jenks) that has dominated the state and won every title over nearly two decades.
The winner meets the Edmond Santa Fe-Putnam City North winner.
Lindsay at Lexington
7:30 p.m. Friday at Lexington: It’s been a banner year for Lexington which posted a six-win improvement in coach Jeff Hall’s first season. The Bulldogs, who finished second in District 2A-4, have been off a week since they chose not to fill the open spot on the schedule that resulted from an uneven district.
The time off didn’t hurt, but the Bulldogs also didn’t know who they would face this week until Friday, when Washington defeated Lindsay to push Lindsay into the third spot in District 2A-3.
The winner moves on to play the winner of OCS-Tonkawa.