1. Tipton (11-3)
State runner-up returns RB Josh Torres.
2. Shattuck (12-1)
First year without coach Troy Bullard in 11 seasons.
3. Cherokee (8-3)
Chiefs drop a class with a strong defense.
4. D.C.-Lamont (10-1)
Five returning starters, including QB Lawson Thompson.
5. Timberlake (9-2)
Lost in second round but returns little experience.
6. Sharon-Mutual (10-3)
John Custar is one of top linemen in eight-man.
7. Forgan (6-5)
Six returning starters should help in tough district.
8. Ryan (6-5)
Sophomore QB Trent Dunaway leads young cast.
9. Temple (11-1)
Cody Littles (384 yards, 7 TDs) returns at RB.
10. Buffalo (4-5)
Tough district could leave it outside of playoffs.
11. Arkoma (9-2)
WR Tanner Steward is a big, athletic target for high-powered offense.
12. Webbers Falls (9-2)
QB Jamie Carey leads the way for district champion.
13. Thackerville (5-6)
Jesse Maldonado leads talented group of juniors.
14. Bluejacket (6-4)
Dylan Anderson returns behind inexperienced O-line.
15. Maud (5-6)
Hoping to return to the playoffs after missing for first time since 2006.
16. Tyrone (5-5)
TE Payson Slater is a big addition to the team.
17. Balko (5-5)
Returns six players on each side of the ball.
18. Midway (4-6)
Roper Selby (6-4, 290) could carry the ball and anchor the defense.
19. Corn Bible (4-6)
Returns eight starters on each side of the ball, including Andrew Troyer.
20. Mt. View-Gotebo (4-6)
Coaches' pick has Tigers competing for playoff spot.
21. Wesleyan Chr. (4-6)
Zac Romines gives Mustangs a speedy threat.
22. Boise City (3-7)
Has to face five top-20 teams in district.
23. Claremore Chr. (3-7)
Freshman QB Chris Bell has veteran line to aid him.
24. Grandfield (2-8)
New coach William Dickey Sr. hoping to revitalize program.
25. SW Covenant (2-7)
Half of offense returns for budding program.
26. Duke (2-8)
Mike Harris takes over young team.
27. Prue (2-8)
Run-heavy team has lots of size.
28. Waynoka (1-8)
29. Carney (1-9)
Defense will be key with all eight returning.
30. Bokoshe (1-8)
Lost just two players from last season.
31. Sasakwa (1-9)
Jeremiah Comer anchors the offensive and defensive lines.
32. Cement (0-9)
Looking for confidence with new coach Matt Seid.
33. Kremlin-Hillsdale (0-10)
Winless past two seasons.
34. Goodwell (0-10)
Slim numbers mean players have to play both sides.
35. Gracemont (0-7)
Program still building in its third year.
By Jacob Unruh
and Ryan Aber