High school football: Class 6A and 5A district playoff scenarios

by Ryan Aber Published: October 31, 2012
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DISTRICT 6A-1

Key games: Ponca City at Tulsa Union, Tulsa Washington at Bartlesville.

Owasso: First.


Tulsa Union: Second.

Sand Springs: Third.

Bartlesville: Fourth with win. Fourth with loss of six points or less and Ponca City win.

Tulsa Washington: Fourth with win and Ponca City loss. Fourth with win of seven points or more and Ponca City win.

DISTRICT 6A-2

Key games: Broken Arrow at Westmoore, Jenks at Putnam City, Sapulpa at Tulsa Edison.

Jenks: First.

Broken Arrow: Second with win. Second with loss of 12 points or less and Putnam City win. Third with loss of 13 points or more and Putnam City win. Third with loss and Putnam City loss.

Westmoore: Second with win and Putnam City loss. Second with win of 13 points or more and Putnam City win. Third with win of 12 points or less and Putnam City win. Third with loss, Sapulpa win and Putnam City loss. Fourth with loss and Sapulpa loss. Fourth with loss, Sapulpa win and Putnam City win.

Putnam City: Third with win and Westmoore loss. Third with loss, Westmoore loss and Sapulpa loss. Fourth with win and Westmoore win. Fourth with loss, Westmoore win and Sapulpa loss. Fourth with loss, Westmoore loss and Sapulpa win where Sapulpa gains 20 or less district points on Putnam City.

Sapulpa: Fourth with win, Westmoore win and Putnam City loss. Fourth with win, Westmoore loss and Putnam City loss where Sapulpa gains 21 or more district points on Putnam City.

DISTRICT 6A-3

Key games: Yukon at Putnam North.

Norman North: First.

Edmond North: Second.

Putnam North: Third with win. Fourth with loss.

Yukon: Third with win. Fourth with loss.

DISTRICT 6A-4

Key games: Lawton at Norman, Mustang at Southmoore, Putnam West at Edmond Memorial.

Edmond Santa Fe: First.

Norman: Second.

Lawton: Third with win and Edmond Memorial win. Fourth with win and Edmond Memorial loss. Fourth with loss and Edmond Memorial loss.

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by Ryan Aber
Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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