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

13. Tulsa Washington (4-6)

Hornets move up to 6A as Marvin Dantzler takes over.

14. Norman North (6-5)

Jordan Evans anchors a stout Timberwolves defense at LB.

15. Southmoore (5-6)

QB Tre Edwards, RB Karltrell Henderson and TE Jackson Stallings give the Sabercats one of the top offensive trios in 6A.

16. Muskogee (4-6)

Won three out of four to close season after tough start.

17. Lawton Eisenhower (4-7)

Eagles will have a big hole to fill with QB Adrian McDonald's graduation.

18. Putnam City North (4-6)

Tae Moore returns at running back poised to take a greater role in the offense.

19. Mustang (2-8)

If Broncos can stay healthy, they could be bounce-back team of the year in 6A.

20. Bixby (3-8)

Looking to build on offensive improvement shown at the end of last year.

21. Enid (2-8)

Steve Chard takes over a Plainsmen team looking to rebound.

22. Putnam City (6-4)

Devin White gives Pirates a dual-threat at QB.

23. Sapulpa (5-5)

6-foot-4 Sam Johnson is a formidable threat at TE and DE.

24. Edmond Memorial (3-7)

Bulldogs were outscored by 235 points last year and scored more than 18 just once.

25. Sand Springs (3-7)

Sandites have made the playoffs just once since 1997.

26. Bartlesville (3-7)

Offense was feast or famine, scoring 14 or less points six times and 35 or more points four times.

27. Moore (2-8)

Showed much improvement last year but lost eight defensive starters.

28. Ponca City (2-8)

Jake Didlake moves from receiver to QB as Josh Allen takes over Wildcats.

29. Choctaw (1-9)

A solid group of skill-position players return for Richard Tuberville's team.

30. Putnam City West (0-10)

Rocky Martin takes over the Patriots as they look to break losing skid.

31. U.S. Grant (0-10)

Dan Burgess gives Generals something they've been lacking of late — continuity at coach.

32. Tulsa Edison (0-10)

After struggles in 5A last year, Edison moves up to face even greater challenges in the state's top class.

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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