Class B football rankings: Laverne, Woodland, Davenport among teams at the top

Laverne's primed for another run after falling just short in the semifinals last season, while Woodland was the Class A runner-up last season.
by Ryan Aber and Jacob Unruh Published: August 26, 2012
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14. Gans (10-2)

Looking to improve on last year's playoff run.

15. Canton (5-5)

Key will be offensive and defensive lines.

16. Paoli (8-3)

Aaron Webster is in his second season at RB after move from guard.

17. Allen (6-4)

Conner Johnson moves from receiver to quarterback for inexperienced team.

18. Coyle (7-4)

Ryan Weathers returns at QB, looking to build on school's first playoff season.

19. Cyril (6-4)

Looking to continue steady improvement.

20. Rejoice Chr. (7-1)

A combined 11 starters return on solid team.

21. Ringwood (4-6)

Sophomore Eudaldo Gomez is a big spark.

22. S. Coffeyville (7-4)

Lost in first round to eventual champion Caddo.

23. Central Marlow (5-5)

Playing under third coach, Darren Lamar, in a year.

24. Bowlegs (5-5)

QB Tyler Douthit is back for fourth season as starter.

25. Oaks (6-4)

Young team will focus on the run.

26. Riverfield (4-2)

Luke Johnson averages more than 20 yards per catch.

27. Porum (2-7)

Big offensive line will lead the way.

28. Medford (4-5)

Jumps from Class C to one of toughest Class B districts.

29. Keota (4-6)

Lions are in tough district, hosting three top 10 teams.

30. Waurika (2-8)

Eagles are implementing a new offense.

31. Merritt (3-7)

Has added a win to total last two seasons.

32. Strother (4-5)

Just second year of playing football.

33. Copan (2-8)

Returns some weapons, including Andrew Rogers.

34. Agra (2-8)

In a top-heavy district.

35. Macomb (2-8)

Hoping to build off last season.

36. Geary (2-8)

New coach Sean Hamm takes over young squad.

37. Waukomis (2-7)

Tyler Terrell has moved to RB/FS.

38. OCA (0-10)

Team is 2-18 last two years and 7-41 last five.

39. Cave Springs (0-10)

RB Hunter Smith will be key.

40. Watts (0-10)

Engineers hope to return to win column.

By Jacob Unruh

and Ryan Aber

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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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by Jacob Unruh
Reporter
Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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