High school football: A look at how the 2012 districts would have broken down under new Class 6A plans

by Scott Wright Modified: April 7, 2013 at 10:37 pm •  Published: April 7, 2013
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Obviously, the district alignments would be different under either of the plans, so these records don't reflect equal scheduling, but here's a look at how the Division I and Division II teams would have broken down by district record in 2012. In the new plans, eight teams from each division will make the playoffs:

School

ADM

2012 district record

Division I

Jenks

3,077.47

7-0

Owasso

2,628.00

7-0

Norman North

2,068.55

7-0

Edmond Santa Fe

1,973.00

7-0

Broken Arrow

4,586.21

6-1

Tulsa Union

4,237.14

6-1

Edmond North

2,445.33

6-1

Norman

1,728.94

6-1

Yukon

2,130.61

5-2

Edmond Memorial

2,048.00

4-3

Westmoore

1,982.00

4-3

Southmoore

1,955.00

4-3

Putnam City North

1,953.16

4-3

Putnam City

1,731.95

4-3

Mustang

2,473.48

3-4

Moore

2,153.00

2-5

Division II

Sand Springs

1,549.63

5-2

Sapulpa

1,392.89

4-3

Lawton

1,722.00

3-4

Bartlesville

1,700.59

3-4

Midwest City

1,443.35

3-4

Tulsa Washington

1,287.39

3-4

Ponca City

1,477.64

2-5

Bixby

1,335.39

2-5

Enid,

1,678.19

1-6

Muskogee

1,540.85

1-6

Stillwater

1,440.81

1-6

Choctaw

1,472.53

1-6

Lawton Eisenhower

1,339.00

1-6

Putnam City West

1,464.31

0-7

U.S. Grant*

1,415.04

0-7

Tulsa Hale**

1,358.70

n/a

* — U.S. Grant will not participate in district play for the 2014-17 seasons.

** — Tulsa Hale currently ranks in the top 32 in attendance, but is in Class 5A for the current football districting cycle based on ADM from 2011.


by Scott Wright
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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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