SHAWNEE, Okla. (KTEN) - The Silo Rebels hear the song "We are the Champions" played once again defeating Oktaha 7-3 in the class 2A state championship. 

Coming into Saturday afternoon, the Rebels had 17 state championships under their name along with four straight spring state titles. 

Saturday marked their 10th straight appearance in the spring state title game, and they went home doing what the program has never done. A five peat. 

Silo bulldozed out the gate with four runs in the top of the first that would give them a comfortable lead the rest of the game. 

Oklahoma State junior commit Kyler Proctor only allowed one hit in six innings to go along with seven strikeouts. He would be the one to rack up the final out to add to the Rebels long list of state titles.