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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

20. Gore (8-3)

Chance Douthit is a big presence on the offensive line for Pirates.

21. Savanna (8-4)

Strong group of returning starters has Bulldogs thinking district title.

22. Carnegie (10-4)

Jack Baker takes over a team that could be in for some rebuilding.

23. Caddo (14-0)

Class B state champions move up to 11-man.

24. Kiefer (11-2)

Won 11 consecutive games in Class B.

25. Fairview (6-5)

Tim Regier leads a talented group of returning LBs.

26. Hominy (6-6)

RB/LB Blake Bohner returns for his fourth year as a starter.

27. Empire (6-5)

QB Tanner Shorter keys the offense after running for around 1,250 yards last year.

28. Depew (7-4)

Neal Bacon's team looks to fill holes at the skill positions.

29. Healdton (6-5)

New district figures to provide some relief for Bulldogs.

30. Yale (4-7)

Junior Konner Fowler returns at QB for the Bulldogs.

31. Sayre (5-6)

Corey Mooney returns after running for more than 1,300 yards as a junior.

32. Pioneer (4-6)

Offense improved greatly late in the season.

33. Warner (5-5)

QB Anthony Carney leads a big group of returning offensive starters.

34. Hooker (5-5)

Joe Bean is one of the most explosive players in the state in any class.

35. Beaver (5-5)

Offensive and defensive lines will be the strength for Dusters.

36. Fairland (5-5)

K.C. Jones is back at quarterback with a new set of receiving targets.

37. Drumright (4-5)

Speed figures to be Tornadoes' strength.

38. Quinton (4-6)

Lost four games by seven or less points.

39. Burns Flat-Dill City (3-6)

Were close in seven of nine games last year.

40. Central Sallisaw (3-7)

Solid group of skill-position players return for Tigers.

41. Cordell (3-7)

Six times scored 24 or more points last season.

42. Oklahoma Bible (3-7)

With eight starters returning on offense, OBA figures to open up the offense.

43. Summit Christian (3-7)

After scoring 160 points in first five games, scored just 40 in final five.

44. Snyder (2-8)

Cole Mallett is a dangerous two-way player at QB and LB.

45. Haileyville (2-8)

Scored more than 21 points only once last season.

46. Liberty (3-6)

At 6-foot-5, 315 pounds, Clay Burt is one of the biggest line forces around.

47. Stratford (2-8)

None of their losses were by less than 14 points.

48. Canadian (2-8)

Cougars move up from eight-man.

49. Mooreland (1-9)

Eight returners on each side of the ball could signal improvement.

50. Turpin (1-9)

Solid group of young skill position players returns.

51. Maysville (1-9)

Dropped final seven games of last season.

52. Apache (1-9)

Returns nine starters on the defensive side.

53. Bray-Doyle (1-9)

Lone win last year came against Wilson.

54. Wilson (1-8)

Only one of last year's losses came by less than 48 points.

55. Porter (0-9)

Scored just 34 points last season

56. Barnsdall (0-10)

Wrestling state runner-up Caleb Hawes returns for third year at QB.

57. Walters (0-10)

Enters the season having lost 24 consecutive games.

58. Crossings Christian (NR)

Oklahoma City private school starts off play in OSSAA.

59. Okay (NR)

Mustangs return after two years without team.


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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