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Class A high school football rankings: Wynnewood is on top

Wayne and Thomas could challenge for the championship.
by Ryan Aber Published: August 26, 2012
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1. Wynnewood (10-2)

Nine starters return on each side of the ball for Brad O'Steen's team.

2. Wayne (14-1)

Louden Johnson is ready to step in as No. 1 back for defending champions.

3. Thomas (13-1)

Terriers return eight starters on each side of the ball.

4. Ringling (8-4)

All four losses last season came to team with nine or more wins.

5. Texhoma (7-5)

Bryson Beattie had 2,700 total yards last season.

6. Morrison (9-3)

Wildcats once again among the best teams in the class.

7. Cashion (6-6)

Wildcats hoping for better start to season after battling back from a rough start last year.

8. Okeene (6-5)

Just two seniors on the team might lead to difficulties early as Whippets gain experience.

9. Minco (12-1)

Jacob Overton heads a strong group of returning skill-position players.

10. Velma-Alma (6-6)

The Comets' first win of the season will be Greg Gothard's 130th at the school.

11. Watonga (4-6)

Travis Hartfield returns for his third year as the Eagles' starting QB.

12. Crescent (6-5)

Dual-threat QB Preston Walker had more than 1,800 total yards of offense last season.

13. Hollis (5-6)

Tigers return 10 starters on each side of the ball.

14. Elmore City-Pernell (6-4)

Shane Collins is one of the best players in the district when healthy.

15. Rush Springs (8-3)

Picked up experience winning close games last season.

16. Afton (8-3)

Offense figures to be strong again for Eagles.

17. Talihina (5-5)

Golden Tigers look to break five-game losing streak.

18. Wewoka (6-5)

Bryton Washington is just a junior, but led team in tackles as a freshman and rushing last year.

19. Foyil (9-4)

Senior RB Kody Sanders is also a threat in the passing game.

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by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics 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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