Associated Press High School Football Rankings

The Sulphur High School football team prepares to kick off against Purcell during a Week 5, 41-7 road victory. The Bulldogs are off to a 5-0 start and are No. 3 in the latest Associated Press High School football Class 3A rankings.

Here is The Associated Press’ Oklahoma high school football poll with first-place votes in parentheses, records, points and ranking in last week’s poll, records through October 7. Points for classes A through 5A based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring. Points for 6A (Division I & II), classes B and C based on 5-4-3-2-1 scoring.

CLASS 6A

Division I

School Total Points Prv

1. Owasso (12) (5-0) 60 1

2. Broken Arrow (4-1) 48 2

3. Putnam North (5-0) 30 4

4. Norman (4-1) 14 3

5. Westmoore (5-0) 11 NR

(tie) Jenks (2-3) 11 NR

Others receiving votes: Union 4. Mustang 2.

CLASS 6A

Division II

1. Bixby (12) (5-0) 60 1

2. Stillwater (5-0) 48 2

3. Muskogee (5-0) 30 3

4. Del City (4-1) 22 5

5. Sapulpa (4-1) 12 NR

Others receiving votes: Booker T. Washington 8.

CLASS 5A

1. McGuinness (9) (4-1) 111 2

2. Carl Albert (2) (4-1) 93 1

3. Tahlequah (1) (5-0) 89 4

4. Piedmont (4-1) 87 8

5. Tulsa Edison (4-1) 71 5

6. Collinsville (4-1) 60 7

7. El Reno (5-1) 42 3

8. Noble (4-1) 39 NR

9. Pryor (5-1) 28 10

10. Duncan (3-1) 23 9

Others receiving votes: Ardmore 13. Bishop Kelley 3. Coweta 1.

CLASS 4A

1. Tuttle (11) (5-0) 119 1

2. Bethany (1) (5-0) 108 2

3. Poteau (4-1) 88 4

4. Wagoner (4-1) 80 3

5. Broken Bow (5-1) 73 6

6. Bristow (4-1) 59 7

7. Central (5-0) 41 8

8. Clinton (3-2) 38 9

9. Weatherford (3-2) 25 5

10. Cleveland (4-1) 14 NR

Others receiving votes: Cache 8. Anadarko 5. Chickasha 1. Hilldale 1.

CLASS 3A

1. Heritage Hall (12) (5-0) 120 1

2. Lincoln Christian (5-0) 107 2

3. SULPHUR (5-0) 90 3

4. Plainview (3-1) 81 4

5. Berryhill (5-0) 76 5

6. Perkins-Tryon (5-0) 50 8

7. John Marshall (4-1) 44 6

8. Stigler (4-1) 33 9

9. Kingfisher (3-2) 18 10

10. Lone Grove (4-0) 14 NR

Others receiving votes: Seminole 10. Checotah 6. Idabel 6. Marlow 3. Cascia Hall 2.

CLASS 2A

1. Metro Christian (11) (5-0) 119 1

2. Sperry (1) (5-0) 99 2

3. Washington (5-0) 87 3

4. Millwood (4-1) 67 4

5. Vian (4-1) 64 T5

6. Beggs (4-1) 54 T5

7. Adair (4-1) 53 7

8. Jones (4-1) 36 8

9. Holland Hall (4-1) 28 9

10. Luther (5-0) 11 10

(tie) Wilburton (5-0) 11 NR

Others receiving votes: Kingston 8. Eufaula 8. Perry 6. Comanche 5. Chisholm 2. Atoka 1. Spiro 1.

CLASS A

1. Cashion (12) (5-0) 120 1

2. Rejoice Christian (5-0) 106 2

3. Pawhuska (7-0) 82 4

4. Stroud (5-0) 79 3

5. Pawnee (5-0) 67 6

6. Minco (6-0) 64 5

7. CHA (4-1) 43 7

8. Thomas Custer (5-1) 33 8

9. Mangum (5-0) 16 NR

10. Gore (5-1) 12 10

Others receiving votes: Ringling 6. Tonkawa 5. Morrison 5. Dibble 5. Elmore City 4. Barnsdall 4. Hominy 3. Mounds 2. Mooreland 2. Hobart 1. Central Sallisaw 1.

CLASS B

1. Shattuck (11) (6-0) 59 1

2. Regent Prep (1) (5-0) 49 2

3. Dewar (5-0) 33 3

4. Burns Flat-Dill City (4-1) 18 5

5. Laverne (4-1) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Canadian 5. Depew 3. Cherokee 2. Seiling 2. Watts 1. Keota 1.

CLASS C

1. Pond Creek-Hunter (9) (5-0) 56 1

2. Southwest Covenant (3) (4-0) 45 2

3. Midway (6-0) 32 3

4. Tyrone (4-0) 9 4

5. Timberlake (3-2) 7 NR

Others receiving votes: Sasakwa 5. Sharon-Mutual 5. Covington-Douglas 5. Coyle 4. Tipton 4. Graham-Dustin 3. Maysville 3. Boise City 2.

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All Associated Press members in Oklahoma are eligible to participate in the high school football poll. Those who voted for this week’s poll are: The Ada News, Ada; Enid News and Eagle; Claremore Progress; The Lawton Constitution; McAlester News Capital; Miami News-Record; Muskogee Phoenix; Norman Transcript; Heavener Ledger; The Stillwater NewsPress; Tahlequah Daily Press; Tulsa World.

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