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Class B rankings: Laverne, Fox at 1-2 spots in preseason rankings

by Scott Wright and Trent Shadid Published: August 25, 2013

The state's all-time winningest coach, Bruce Hendrickson, hopes to add to his 351 victories in his return to Seiling.

17. Welch (6-5)

Tra Dodson returns to start his third season at QB.

18. OCA (4-6)

Coach Grey Powell brings in new offensive system.

19. South Coffeyville (5-5)

Senior class is deep and talented.

20. Covington-Douglas (5-5)

Young team with only nine upperclassmen on roster hopes to return to playoffs.

21. Central Marlow (7-4)

Kevin Harris is one of the top RBs in the class.

22. Merritt (6-5)

FB/LB Pierson Waugh and RB/LB Cody Pruitt are two-way standouts.

23. Agra (6-4)

Coming off first winning season in school history.

24. Cyril (6-4)

New coach Josh O'Brien installing balanced offense.

25. Porum (3-7)

Returning six starters on each sides of the ball.

26. Canton (4-6)

Offense will be based around RB Kendal Schoonmaker.

27. Waurika (4-6)

Team will follow the lead of RB Austin Masoner.

28. Cave Springs (3-7)

Solid offensive line will help skill players.

29. Oaks (4-6)

Line play will be a strength.

30. Gans (4-6)

Will rely on skill position athleticism.

31. Allen (2-8)

Moving standout Justin Deaton to QB.

32. Strother (1-9)

Kaleb Kerley lead team in rushing and receiving last season.

33. Copan (1-9)

Must find playmakers to compete.

34. Medford (1-9)

Switching to 3-3 defense to use speed more effectively.

35. Bowlegs (2-8)

Games at Davenport and Wetumka make for tough district schedule.

36. Geary (1-9)

Looking to improve after gaining experience in 2012.

37. Macomb (0-10)

QB Josh Browning leads spread offense.

38. Watts (1-9)

New coach Shawn Dismuke inserting no-huddle offense.

39. Waukomis (1-9)

Twenty-one of 30 players will be underclassmen.

by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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by Trent Shadid
Copy Editor
Trent Shadid is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. He was born and raised in Weatherford, Okla., and attended Weatherford High School. Before joining The Oklahoman, he spent two seasons as an assistant wrestling coach at Weatherford High...
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