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Class 2A high school football rankings: Defending champion Hennessey the early favorite

Defending champion Hennessey has a new coach and a new quarterback, while Millwood returns several standouts.
by Scott Wright Published: August 26, 2012

20. Newkirk (8-3)

Bryson Parker is a fourth-year starter, anchoring the offense at RB.

21. Hartshorne (8-3)

The Miners are loaded with speed as they try to improve on last year's eight-win season.

22. Coalgate (8-3)

The Wildcats are in search of their third straight playoff berth.

23. Perry (7-4)

Looking to contend for a good playoff seed in a tough district.

24. Mangum (7-4)

In need of a strong start before hitting its tough October schedule.

25. Dibble (8-5)

J.R. Conrad's squad hopes to build on last year's success while moving up in class; RB/LB Tazden Jevens will play a vital role.

26. Chelsea (8-3)

QB/LB Chase McIntire has helped the Green Dragons to back-to-back playoff appearances.

27. Luther (5-6)

Austin Weathers, Steven Northerton and Eric Ringwald are among a strong group of senior leaders.

28. Tonkawa (4-6)

Primed to bounce back after a down year in 2011.

29. Meeker (5-6)

In the playoffs two of the last three years, the Bulldogs should be in the hunt again.

30. Wilburton (5-6)

The Diggers ended their playoff drought last season, and could get back there again.

31. Tishomingo (4-7)

Strong offensive line will be the key to success.

32. Caney Valley (5-5)

Hoping to take the next step after back-to-back 5-5 seasons.

33. Hinton (4-6)

DE Tindel Garrison will be a valuable weapon on the defensive front.

34. Hulbert (4-6)

Looking to push for a playoff spot two years after a winless season.

35. Pocola (4-6)

New scheme could boost the Indians' defense.

36. Hobart (3-7)

Experienced offensive line will be key to success.

37. Konawa (3-6)

RB Alex Yellowfish is a home run threat every time he touches the ball.

38. Marietta (3-7)

Coach Matt Suffal takes over the Indians.

39. Pawnee (2-8)

Coach Marlon Houston left Barnsdall to take over the Black Bears.

40. Kingston (3-8)

QB/FS Jared Hayes is a fourth-year starter with several experienced players around him.

41. Haskell (2-8)

Trying to break a string of three straight two-win seasons.

42. Chouteau (3-7)

Showing gradual improvement of the program in the last three years.

43. Holdenville (2-8)

Former Ada star Craig Roark's first head coaching job comes with the Wolverines.

44. Quapaw (2-8)

Tyler Bacon and Colton Spradling lead the defense after combining for nearly 200 tackles last year.

45. Salina (2-8)

RB/DB Brett Kerns' value is visible all over the field.

46. Mounds (2-8)

Junior Evan Spradley, 6-foot-4, 200 pounds, will be vital at both TE and DE.

47. Northeast (3-7)

Kenny Blair is back in the head coach's seat for the Vikings, who must replace several skill players.

48. Oklahoma Union (2-8)

Youthful Cougars gained valuable experience last season.

49. Hugo (1-9)

Linebacker Kameron Cooper anchors the defense after recording 150 tackles last year.

50. Chisholm (1-9)

Longhorns would benefit from early success, with four of first six games at home.

51. Lexington (1-9)

Returning starters at 18 positions for new coach Jeff Hall.

52. Panama (1-9)

Plenty of returning starters to help get the Razorbacks back on track.

53. Crooked Oak (1-9)

Veteran coach Dennis McCray takes over a young Ruf-Nex squad.

54. Nowata (0-10)

Senior LB Landon Roberson is both the emotional and physical leader.

55. Ketchum (1-9)

Warriors hoping a young roster can spark a turnaround.

56. Antlers (0-10)

Last year's young Bearcat squad got good experience that could pay off this year.

57. Wellston (0-10)

Coach Fred Peery has plenty of experience returning as he tries to turn the program around.

58. Riverside (0-9)

Coach James Sutteer continues working to build continuity for the Braves.

By Scott Wright

by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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