No. 1 Midwest City (23-1): Ranked No. 13 nationally by USA Today earlier this season, the Bombers have been the state's top-ranked team most of the season.
No. 2 Edmond Memorial (20-2): Finally healthy, the Bulldogs are playing their best basketball at the right time.
No. 3 Putnam City (24-2): Had to go through the loser's bracket, but back at state, as usual.
No. 4 Owasso (22-3): The Shake Milton buzz has swept the Tulsa area, now the rest of the state will get a look at the sophomore sensation.
No. 6 Broken Arrow (19-6): First trip to state since 2008.
No. 12 Tulsa Union (15-10): The defending champs upset rival Jenks to get back to state.
No. 14 Putnam City West (15-11): Lenny Bert's young team is peaking in the playoffs after an up-and-down regular season.
No. 17 Tulsa Washington (17-9): Led by Juwan Parker, the Hornets return to state in Joe Redmond's first year as coach.
No. 1 Bishop McGuinness (19-4): A rebuilt starting lineup has the defending champ Irish back at No. 1 and in the state tournament.
No. 2 Tulsa Memorial (20-5): The East's top contender has won 10 of its last 11 games.
No. 3 Southeast (17-7): Coach Walt Brewer's squad is headed to state for the first time since 2008.
No. 4 Carl Albert (21-6): Ranked No. 1 for a portion of the season, the Titans are back at state for the third straight year.
No. 5 Tulsa Edison (17-6): As individually talented as any team in the class.
No. 7 Lawton MacArthur (17-8): Upset No. 1 Bishop McGuinness to earn state berth.
No. 13 Noble (14-13): Knocked off No. 6 Coweta to earn first state berth since 1995.
No. 14 Chickasha (16-9): Returning to state for the first time since 2004.
No. 1 Roland (26-1): Seth Youngblood is an underrated player, and Roland is a serious contender.
No. 2 Douglass (24-3): Three-time defending champs haven't lost to a 4A opponent since Star Spencer at the 2009 state tournament.
No. 3 Tulsa Victory Christian (25-2): Reached the Class 3A state championship game a year ago.
No. 4 Anadarko (23-4): Last year's runner-up returned to state with a mostly new starting lineup.
No. 11 Harrah (21-7): Led by brothers Collin and Austin Jennings, the Panthers are at state for the first time since 2008.
No. 19 Muldrow (20-8): Upset No. 6 Fort Gibson for first state berth since 1997.
Unranked Tulsa Webster (17-13): Class 4A's Cinderella is back at state for the first time since 2004.
No. 1 Centennial (19-8): Bounced back from Friday loss, looking for another gold ball.
No. 2 Okemah (24-3): Making third state tournament appearance in five years
No. 3 Millwood (17-9): State tournament appearance No. 30 for the Falcons after starting season 2-6.
No. 4 Verdigris (23-4): This is the Cardinals' fifth tourney trip since 2007.
No. 5 Sperry (23-4): Back at state for the second consecutive year — and the second time in school history.
No. 8 Sequoyah-Tahlequah (19-8): Upset two-time defending champ Centennial to earn state berth.
No. 10 Hugo (21-6): Darnell Shanklin has his team back at state for the third time in four years.
Unranked Crooked Oak: Knocked off sixth-ranked Stroud for first state trip since 2004.
No. 2 Ketchum (26-0): Knocked off No. 1 Northeast in an area championship to remain undefeated.
No. 4 Haworth (26-6): Last year's runner-up had to fight through the loser's bracket.
No. 5 Latta (26-3): Had 15-game win streak snapped Friday, but rebounded to earn state berth.
No. 13 Konawa (19-7): Konawa's last trip to state came in 1995.
Unranked Chouteau (18-9): Won 12 of last 13 heading into state.
Unranked Talihina (19-10): Talihina was 10-9 in late January, but playing best ball in crunch time.
Unranked Thomas (20-6): Not ranked but put together a strong season, capped with a state berth.
No. 1 Edmond Santa Fe (23-1): Wolves keep right on rolling with fifth consecutive state tournament appearance.
No. 3 Bixby (20-6): Christiana Devers' 18 points helped lead the Spartans to a 45-42 win to advance.
No. 4 Southmoore (21-5): The SaberCats are in the state tournament for the first time after young team makes a huge leap forward this season.
No. 6 Tulsa Washington (24-2): After a year away, the Hornets are at state for the 11th time in 12 seasons.
No. 8 Norman North (19-7): Young team back in state for the second time in three seasons.
No. 11 Tulsa Union (17-10): Knocked off No. 2 Muskogee for second time in five games to advance.
No. 14 Broken Arrow (16-10): Tigers came through loser's bracket to make first state tournament since 2002.
No. 16 Edmond Memorial (17-9): Dandy Peeler has surprising Bulldogs in state for fourth consecutive season.
No. 1 Shawnee (22-2): After slip-up just before the playoffs, defending champions are back in the tournament.
No. 2 Deer Creek (24-2): Antlers win 12th consecutive game to advance to state after two-year absence.
No. 3 Carl Albert (21-6): Gioya Carter leads Titans to their ninth consecutive state tournament appearance.
No. 4 Tulsa East Central (18-8): Cardinals in for the fourth consecutive season after finishing as runners-up a season ago.
No. 7 Tahlequah (15-9): Lady Tigers are back at state for the first time since runner-up finish in 2001.
No. 9 Collinsville (20-7): Back in state for the first time since 1985 runner-up finish.
No. 11 Del City (13-13): Dionna Collins is one of the most explosive players in the state.
No. 14 Tulsa Memorial (14-12): Tough schedule left Chargers with deceiving record.
No. 1 Anadarko (26-1): Oklahoma State signee Lakota Beatty helps Warriors to sixth consecutive tournament appearance.
No. 2 Fort Gibson (26-1): After suffering their first loss Friday, Lady Tigers are back in state for the ninth consecutive season, tying Carl Albert for longest active streak.
No. 3 Cushing (24-1): After being eliminated in the area finals last two seasons, the Tigers are in the tournament for the first time since 2005.
No. 5 Weatherford (25-2): After going undefeated into February, Dusty Torrey's team bounces back from tough end to regular season to regain footing in the playoffs.
No. 6 Byng (26-3): Handed Fort Gibson its first loss of the season to make the tournament for the first time since 2002.
No. 8 Harrah (19-9): Young but experienced team leads Panthers to state for first time since 2010.
No. 11 Vinita (22-8): Hornets are in for sixth consecutive season after winning five consecutive elimination games following regional loss to Victory Christian.
No. 1 Sulphur (27-0): A year after making first appearance since 1923, Sulphur is back again after beating Hugo.
No. 2 Perkins-Tryon (26-0): The Demons are in the field for the third consecutive season after knocking off Sequoyah-Tahlequah.
No. 3 Millwood (21-3): The Falcons are in the tournament for the 20th time after beating Plainview.
No. 4 Adair (27-0): Warriors are in the tournament for the eighth consecutive season after edging Verdigris.
No. 5 Verdigris (24-4): Tough schedule has toughened Cardinals entering the state tournament.
No. 11 Sequoyah-Tahlequah (20-8): Six first-quarter 3-pointers help lift Indians to state for first time since 2010.
No. 12 Lindsay (20-8): Overtime win over No. 6 Plainview lifts Leopards to state for the first time since 1989.
No. 18 Hugo (19-8): Strong finish has Buffaloes in the tournament for the first time since 1994.
No. 1 Northeast (27-0): Tonkawa put a scare into Vikings, but T'ona Edwards' heroics lift Northeast back to state.
No. 2 Dale (27-1): Breck Clark leads the Pirates back to state for the first time since 2010 title.
No. 3 Fairview (24-4): Defending champions are back in, bouncing back from Friday's loss to Dale with a win over Cordell.
No. 5 Tonkawa (24-4): After heartbreaking loss to No. 1 Northeast on Friday, Bucs recover with win over Ketchum to make tournament for second consecutive season.
No. 7 Colbert (25-4): After coming one win away from berth last season, Leopards are in for the first time since 2004.
No. 9 Thomas (23-3): Terriers are back for the third consecutive season and enter on a 13-game winning streak.
No. 13 Preston (21-10): Bounced back from regional loss to Colbert in regionals to win three straight and make it back to state for the first time since 2009 title.