Class A boys
No. 1 Weleetka (25-2): Virtually everyone back from last year's semifinal squad.
No. 2 Glencoe (28-1): The Panthers rebounded from their first loss of the season to seal a tourney bid.
No. 3 Sterling (27-2): The third-ranked Tigers are making their second consecutive trip to state.
No. 4 Cheyenne-Reydon (23-6): The defending champs return to the State Fair Arena with a young, defensive-oriented team under coach Brad Thrash.
No. 5 Velma-Alma (24-3): Reached state last year with one of Class A's best players, Corbin Byford, but this year's squad is more balanced.
No. 6 Wright City (22-8): The LumberJax are back at state with an experience group of seniors leading the way.
No. 7 Fort Cobb-Broxton (21-8): After a one-year absence, the 2011 state champs are back at the Big House.
Class B boys
No. 2 Arnett (20-8): Arguably played Class B's toughest schedule with five losses to teams in Class 2A and above.
No. 3 Red Oak (25-3): Back at state for the fifth time in six years, having won it all in 2009.
No. 4 Fargo (23-8): After closing the regular season with a tough stretch, the Bearcats have hit their stride in the playoffs.
No. 5 Coyle (23-4): Back at state for the first time since 2008, Coyle is looking for its fourth title.
No. 6 Big Pasture (27-1): Won its 26th straight game to earn the team's first state tournament berth since 2009.
No. 9 Moyers (27-3): Coach Shane Winter's squad is making the school's first state tournament appearance in on the boys side.
Class A Girls
No. 2 Frontier (23-6): A tough schedule has hardened a young team and helped the Mustangs into the field for the fifth consecutive season.
No. 4 Kiowa (22-7): Started the season 12-0 before struggling in the middle, of the season but turned it on late to make the tournament for the second consecutive season.
No. 5 Pond Creek-Hunter (25-4): The Panthers are in the state tournament for the first time since 1993 after returning three starters from a team that fell one game short a year ago.
No. 6 Fort Cobb-Broxton (23-7): Bounced back from a regional loss to Chattanooga to beat the Warriors in area play and make the state tournament for the first time since 2010.
No. 7 Cheyenne-Reydon (23-6): After a successful run as the school's boys coach, Brad Thrash has the Cheyenne girls in the tournament for the first time since 2002.
No. 8 Sterling (27-2): Haven't lost since early December, winning 19 consecutive games to make the tournament for the first time since 1995.
No. 10 Turner (27-4): A year after making its first state tournament appearance, the Falcons are back after returning four starters.
Class B Girls
No. 1 Hammon (25-4): In the state tournament for the fifth consecutive season, the Warriors haven't lost to a Class B team this season.
No. 2 Lomega (25-6): Kevin Lewallen's team is back in the tournament after winning the title last year with a young squad.
No. 4 Red Oak (26-3): The Eagles, in the tournament for the third consecutive season after missing out from 1979-2010, haven't lost since mid-December.
No. 5 Timberlake (22-3): The Lady Tigers are in the tournament for the third consecutive time after returning top five scorers from a year ago.
No. 8 Erick (22-8): Bounced back after having a seven-game winning streak snapped Friday to make the tournament for the second time in three seasons.
No. 9 Leedey (21-7): In the field for the first time since 2006 and looking for first tournament win since making the 2000 championship game.