Class B football rankings: Laverne, Woodland, Davenport among teams at the top
Laverne's primed for another run after falling just short in the semifinals last season, while Woodland was the Class A runner-up last season.
1. Laverne (11-2)
Fell just short in semifinals.
2. Woodland (13-1)
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Class A runner-up an instant threat for title.
3. Davenport (13-1)
Class B runner-up has new offense and duo of Matt Miller and Kevin Thomas.
4. Wetumka (8-3)
Experienced team has six starters back on each side.
5. P.C.-Hunter (8-3)
Brady Krittenbrink and Zach Rayner are two of the state's best eight-man players.
6. Dewar (6-5)
Blake Johnson is a dynamic player wherever he plays.
7. Seiling (9-3)
Buster Horn gives Wildcats a top scoring threat.
8. Cov.-Douglas (9-3)
Made quarterfinals in Class C last season.
9. Welch (10-2)
Looking to build off last season with almost new cast on offense.
10. Garber (4-6)
QB Jordan Avantz is receiving interest from Tulsa.
11. Fox (10-2)
Tight end Keaton Argo is key to success.
12. Alex (5-6)
Zach Mainka provides a big target at TE.
13. Weleetka (4-6)
Jeremiah Winney's and Shawn Bencoma's return from injuries provide spark.
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