History of Broken Arrow High School Football Program
Broken Arrow High School football program earned the school's first State Championship in 2018 by going undefeated (13-0). It was a record-setting season for Coach David Alexander, in which the Tigers completed the school's first perfect season in 108 years of football.
Prior to that, the Tigers reached the state championship game three other times, 2002, 2011, 2015. In 2002, Broken Arrow, coached by Rick Jones, set a then-school record for most victories (11) in a single season and revamped many categories in the Tiger record books. Nine years later, with Steve Spavital in his second year as head coach, the Tigers became the winningest team in a single season by going 12-2 and was the highest scoring (586 points) team in school history.
In 1954, Broken Arrow was 9-0-1, the last team to go unbeaten, but the state did not allow playoffs that season. Watch an Arrowvision documentary video about Oklahoma's Forgotten Champions.