1. Tipton (14-0)
Seven starters are back on a defense that shut out 11 opponents last year.
2. Cherokee (12-1)
Returning five two-way standouts from semifinal appearance in 2012.
3. Sharon-Mutual (11-2)
Aiming to make state finals after back-to-back semifinal losses.
4. Ryan (9-2)
Home game against Tipton Oct. 25 could decide district title.
5. Deer Creek-Lamont (8-4)
Young talent must step up at the skill positions.
6. Thackerville (9-2)
Wildcats are the team to beat in District C-4.
7. Balko (8-4)
Wyatt Casper and Grady Frantz lead a solid rushing attack.
8. Bluejacket (8-3)
Hoping to build on breakout season.
9. Maud (6-4)
Could contend for title in wide-open district.
10. Shattuck (3-6)
Eight offensive starters return.
11. Buffalo (5-5)
Favorable district schedule could mean playoffs.
12. Wesleyan Christian (8-4)
Will rely on young talent to step up.
13. Temple (6-5)
Games at Tipton and Ryan highlight a difficult schedule.
14. Timberlake (3-7)
WRs Jacob Henderson and Jordan Nichols have big-play ability.
15. Corn Bible (6-5)
WR Jay Penner is one of the top players in the class.
16. Southwest Covenant (6-4)
Coming off the program's first playoff appearance.
17. Webbers Falls (7-3)
Looking for fourth straight playoff berth.
18. Kremlin-Hillsdale (2-8)
Jeremy Brashears will take over experienced team.
19. Grandfield (4-5)
QB/DB Jahrod Lopez had a strong freshman season in 2012.
20. Sasakwa (5-4)
RB Floyd House has the benefit of an experienced offensive line.
21. Boise City (2-7)
District schedule will be tough to navigate.
22. Tyrone (6-4)
Returning just two starters.
23. Carney (5-5)
Program showed improvement last season.
24. Mountain View-Gotebo (2-8)
Will rely heavily on QB/LB Ethan and FB/DB Alex Spurlock.
25. Bokoshe (1-8)
Experienced team could compete for playoff spot.
26. Cement (4-5)
Zach Josey takes over improving program.
27. Arkoma (4-6)
Strong sophomore class will lead the way.
28. Prue (2-8)
Schedule won't make it easy to improve.
29. Midway (1-8)
New coach Kevin Allen inherits experienced offensive line.
30. Claremore Christian (0-9)
Deep sophomore class is the key to success.
31. Duke (1-8)
Mike Harris implementing power running game in first season.
32. Waynoka (1-9)
Young team faces difficult schedule.
33. Gracemont (0-10)
Program still looking for first win in fourth season.
34. Goodwell (0-10)
Winless since 2009.