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August 28, 2012

Oklahoma High School football rankings

Woodward, Okla. — Here is The Associated Press' Oklahoma high school football poll with first place votes in parentheses and points. Points for classes A through 6A based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring. Points for classes B and C based on 5-4-3-2-1 scoring.

Class 6A

School            Total    Points

1. Union         (8)    80

T2. Broken Arrow            67

T2. Jenks            67

4. Edmond Santa Fe        47

5. Owasso            45

6. Midwest City            43

7. Lawton            34

8. Edmond North            26

9. Westmoore            14

10. Booker T. Washington        6

Others receiving votes: 11, Norman North 4. 12, Norman 3. 13, Yukon 2. 14, Eisenhower 1. 14, Enid 1.

Class 5A

School            Total    Points

1. Guthrie         (8)    80

2. MacArthur            69

3. Tulsa East Central        61

4. McAlester            53

5. Carl Albert            42

T6. Ardmore            25

T6. Duncan            25

8. McGuinness            18

9. Deer Creek            15

10. Coweta            14

Others receiving votes: 11, Bishop Kelley 13. 12, Del City 6. 12, Durant 6. 12, Pryor 6. 15, Central 4. 16, Collinsville 2. 17, Shawnee 1.

Class 4A

School            Total    Points

T1. Clinton         (2)    71

T1. Wagoner         (4)    71

3. Douglass         (2)    62

4. Cascia Hall            54

5. Sallisaw            37

6. Glenpool            28

7. Ada                27

8. Anadarko            25

9. Catoosa            21

10. Weatherford            15

Others receiving votes: 11, Woodward 7. 12, McLain/TSST 6. 12, Broken Bow 6. 14, Harrah 4. 15, Piedmont 3. 16, Fort Gibson 2. 17, Poteau 1.

Class 3A

School            Total    Points

1. Tuttle         (3)    58

T2. Seminole         (1)    56

T2. Kingfisher         (2)    56

4. Berryhill         (1)    53

5. Plainview            39

6. Sequoyah Tahlequah        37

7. Metro Christian        35

8. Heritage Hall (1)        27

9. Bethany            23

10. Lincoln Christian        18

Others receiving votes: 11, Stigler 9. 11, Beggs 9. 13, Verdigris 7. 14, Madill 4. 14, Jones 4. 16, Heavener 2. 16, Newcastle 2. 18, Spiro 1.

Class 2A

School            Total    Points

1. Vian             (3)    72

2. Hennessey         (3)    71

3. Millwood         (2)    68

4. Stroud            49

5. Davis                44

6. Lindsay            41

7. Frederick            22

8. Oklahoma Christian School    19

9. Okemah            14

10. Commerce            13

Others receiving votes: 11, Adair 11. 12, Pawhuska 10. 13, Panama 2. 14, Pocola 1. 14, Comanche 1. 14, Holdenville 1. 14, Kansas 1.

Class A

School            Total    Points

1. Wayne         (7)    79

2. Thomas Custer        59

3. Wynnewood         (1)    56

T4. Texhoma            37

T4. Ringling            37

6. Morrison            33

7. Minco            21

8. Watonga            19

T9. Okeene            16

T9. Carnegie            16

Others receiving votes: 11, Foyil 15. 12, Cashion 13. 13, Velma-Alma 11. 14, Rush Springs 8. 15, Gore 6. 15, Kiefer 6. 17, Savanna 4. 18, Hominy 2.

Class B

School            Total    Points

1. Laverne         (1)    32

2. Davenport         (3)    28

2. Woodland         (4)    28

4. Seiling            10

T5. Welch            5

T5. Wetumka            5

T5. Pond Creek-Hunter        5

Class C

School            Total    Points

1. Tipton         (3)    34

2. Shattuck         (5)    33

3. Deer Creek-Lamont        21

T4. Cherokee            10

T4. Timberlake            10

Others receiving votes: 6, Sharon-Mutual 4. 6, Temple 4.

8, Webbers Falls 3. 9, Arkoma 1.

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