Class 6A high school football rankings: Can Tulsa Union win a fifth straight 6A title?

Defending champion Tulsa Union tops the rankings of the Class 6A teams, with Broken Arrow and Jenks rounding out the top 3.
by Ryan Aber Published: August 26, 2012

1. Tulsa Union (13-1)

Redskins look poised for a fifth consecutive 6A title.

2. Broken Arrow (12-2)

Tigers came so close a year ago and have the weapons to make it a rematch.

3. Jenks (10-3)

The Trojans will need to fill some holes on the lines to compete for another title.

4. Edmond Santa Fe (10-2)

Junior QB Justice Hansen leads a very talented Wolves team after last year's turnaround.

5. Owasso (9-4)

Jaylen Lowe moves from defensive backfield to start at QB.

6. Midwest City (11-1)

For the first time in several years, the Bombers won't have a Flanders in the backfield.

7. Lawton (9-3)

Even with D.J. Ward's departure, the Wolverines are stacked with talent.

8. Westmoore (7-4)

LB Josh Morgan and QB Jhames West give Jaguars playmakers on either side of the ball.

9. Edmond North (9-3)

LB Brock Byford figures to help make the Huskies' defense one of the best in the class yet again.

10. Yukon (7-4)

Looking for a new QB after Corben Jones' graduation.

11. Norman (7-4)

Zach Long will start at QB for the third season for the Tigers.

12. Stillwater (8-3)

Pioneers return just three offensive starters and must fill holes at skill positions.

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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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