Class C football rankings: Tipton, Shattuck, Cherokee in Top 3

State runner-up Tipton returns running back Josh Torres.
by Ryan Aber and Jacob Unruh Published: August 26, 2012
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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)

Freshmen-heavy team.

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

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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