Class 6A girls
Mustang (7-6) at Edmond North (9-4): After dropping four games to highly ranked competition early in the season, Edmond North hasn’t allowed a goal in seven games.
Edmond Santa Fe (7-6) at Edmond Memorial (11-2): Memorial won the early season battle 4-1, and Sante Fe comes in having been shut out in its past two games.
Yukon (8-4) at Tulsa Union (13-0): Top-ranked Tulsa Union has put together a stellar season and is the lone undefeated girls’ team in the state regardless of class.
Enid (10-3) at Tulsa Kelley (9-4): Despite its four losses, defending champion Tulsa Kelley should be considered a contender after playing a tough schedule.
Stillwater (3-10) at Broken Arrow (10-3): Stillwater dropped its first 10 games before winning its final three to make the playoffs, but knocking off fifth-ranked Broken Arrow will be a tall task.
Owasso (11-2) at Jenks (11-2): Upsets late in the season produced this superb opening-round game between the second-ranked Rams and third-ranked Trojans.
Southmoore (6-5) at Norman North (11-2): Norman North features seven players who have signed to play in college, while Southmoore owns just one win over a top-15 opponent.
Bishop McGuinness (10-3) at Norman (5-8): Despite being three games under .500, unranked Norman won its final District 6A-1 contest to earn a home playoff game against No. 7 Bishop McGuinness.
Class 6A boys
U.S. Grant (7-6) at Edmond North (13-0): Defending champion Edmond North, considered one of the top teams in the country, is the favorite to repeat.
Edmond Santa Fe (7-6) at Edmond Memorial (9-3): Santa Fe topped Memorial early in the season, but the Bulldogs appear to be peaking as they have won seven of their last eight since.
Bartlesville (10-3) at Tulsa Union (8-2): Tulsa Union, led by OSU signee Anna Beffer, has won five-straight games and is one of the hottest teams in 6A coming into the state tournament.
Tulsa Washington (9-1) at Owasso (11-2): Possibly the best matchup of the opening round featuring a pair of top-10 teams with a combined record of 20-3.
Stillwater (7-6) at Broken Arrow (8-3): Broken Arrow got hot at the right time to surprisingly win District 6A-3 and put itself in position to make a state tournament run.
Muskogee (7-3) at Jenks (11-2): Third-ranked Jenks looks to rebound after suffering an upset loss to rival Tulsa Union in its district finale.
Southmoore (8-5) at Norman North (13-0): Led by SMU signee Mauro Cichero, Norman North is seemingly on a collision course to meet Edmond North in the championship for a second-straight season.
Westmoore (5-8) at Norman (10-3): Norman High enters as serious championship contender after going 10-3 while playing a difficult schedule. The Tigers defeated Westmoore 3-0 in early March.
Class 5A girls
Lawton MacArthur (8-5) at Carl Albert (11-1): Third-ranked Carl Albert has 50 goals in seven games against 5A teams this season. Lawton MacArthur enters the tournament having lost three straight.
Noble (10-3) at Piedmont (9-4): Piedmont’s difficult schedule helped strengthen the Wildcats for a second-place finish in District 5A-2. Sixth-ranked Noble is 0-3 against ranked opponents this season.
Metro Christian (5-6) at Coweta (11-2): After losing its district opener, fourth-ranked Coweta outscored 5A-4 opponents 39-3 in its last six games.
Tulsa Edison (9-4) at Skiatook (9-3): Tough opening-round matchup featuring a pair of top-10 teams. Edison has the experience advantage after making a run to the semifinals last season.
Tahlequah (5-6) at Claremore (10-1): Second-ranked Claremore has reeled off 10 straight wins since losing its first game of the season, including going 8-0 against 5A competition.
Pryor (8-4) at Cascia Hall (8-2): A pair of contrasting styles as Pryor has posted five shutout wins this season, and Cascia Hall averages more than five goals a game.
Guthrie (4-3) at Deer Creek (11-2): Top-ranked Deer Creek enters the tournament as the defending champions and favorites to repeat while Guthrie is 0-3 against ranked opponents.
Northwest Classen (7-5) at Heritage Hall (8-4): Seventh-ranked Heritage Hall is 6-1 against 5A opponents and the possible dark horse of the tournament.
Class 5A boys
Piedmont (7-6) at Heritage Hall (13-0): Heritage Hall is on fire having won 30 straight games over the last two seasons. The Chargers have defeated every 5A opponent by at least three goals this season.
Carl Albert (7-5) at Deer Creek (7-6): Both teams are strong defensively, posting six shutouts each this season. Deer Creek has played well lately and comes in on a five-game winning streak.
Metro Christian (4-4) at Tulsa East Central (12-1): Top-ranked East Central hasn’t had any trouble with 5A competition this year, but Metro Christian has upset capability with three of its four wins coming against ranked opponents.
Tulsa Edison (9-4) at Tulsa Memorial (8-3): Edison won the early season matchup 4-3, but Memorial has won seven of its eight games since.
Coweta (8-5) at Skiatook (11-2): These two teams have already played twice this season, splitting one-goal games in March, and both are ranked in the top 10.
Grove (9-3) at Cascia Hall (10-3): Fifth-ranked Cascia Hall has given up one goal or less in all but two games this season and has won seven of its last eight.
El Reno (7-5) at Northwest Classen (11-2): Third-ranked Classen hasn’t lost in two months, and a 1-0 victory over El Reno was a part of its current nine-game winning streak.
Western Heights (6-4) at Capitol Hill (9-4): Capitol Hill has won eight of its last nine while Western Heights has lost three of its last four after a great start to the season.
Class 4A girls
Kingfisher (9-5) at Clinton (12-1): Fifth-ranked Clinton has been stellar defensively all season, allowing just 12 goals in its 13 games, but could be tested by a Kingfisher team averaging over three goals per game.
Weatherford (12-3) at Chickasha (9-1): After finishing third in District 4A-1, Weatherford had to go on the road and defeat Classen SAS in the first round to earn another road game with an underrated Chickasha team ranked No. 11.
Pawhuska (10-1) at Catoosa (10-3): Pawhuska’s only loss came against No. 1 Verdigris, but it hasn’t beaten a ranked opponent while Catoosa is 2-2 against teams in the top five.
Hilldale (11-3) at Glenpool (11-2): There could be a lot of goals between these two top-10 teams, who both average over four goals per game.
Summit Christian (12-2) at Verdigris (11-3): Top-ranked Verdigris is 6-0 against 4A teams, but No. 4 Summit Christian could present the most difficult matchup in the Cardinals’ quest for a second-straight title.
Westville (8-5) at Ft. Gibson (10-3): Third-ranked Ft. Gibson has won nine of its last 10, and Westville hasn’t defeated a ranked opponent all season.
Elk City (9-4) at Mount Saint Mary (12-1): Mount Saint Mary has reeled off 12 straight wins since losing its season opener to Clinton. Elk City is 8-2 against 4A teams.
Bridge Creek (12-1) at Harrah (12-1): Both teams have been tough to score on all season. Harrah has allowed just five goals and Bridge Creek six in their 13 games.
Class 4A boys
Southeast (10-2) at Weatherford (7-5): Unranked Weatherford claimed the District 4A-1 title with an upset over rival Clinton, but faces a tough test against a Southeast squad which hasn’t allowed a goal in five games.
Woodward (8-5) at Newcastle (9-3): Newcastle dominated District 4A-2, outscoring district opponents 17-1. Woodward has won five straight after a rough start to the season.
Oologah-Talala (8-6) at Sequoyah-Claremore (9-4): Sequoyah-Claremore has won seven of its last eight games by shutout, but suffered a 3-0 loss to Oologah-Talala in the season opener.
Ft. Gibson (10-4) at Victory Christian (5-3): Fourth-ranked Ft. Gibson defeated Victory Christian 4-0 at the Wagoner Tournament in March.
Catoosa (10-4) at Verdigris (6-7): Verdigris lost its first four games before peaking during district play and winning the 4A-5 title, but fifth-ranked Catoosa presents a tough second-round matchup.
Riverfield (7-2) at Poteau (11-1): Top-ranked Poteau is the favorite to repeat as champions. The Pirates are 7-0 against 4A opponents, winning those games by a combined score of 45-3.
Clinton (12-1) at Santa Fe South (12-1): Clinton’s surprising loss to Weatherford resulted in the third-ranked Red Tornadoes having to beat Bethany in the first round to earn a date with second-ranked Santa Fe South.
Mount Saint Mary (9-5) at Dove Science (8-0): Mount Saint Mary will be looking to open the playoffs with back-to-back road wins after defeating Cache in the first round.