High school football: Class 2A and Class A district scenarios

by Ryan Aber Published: October 29, 2012
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DISTRICT 2A-1

Key Games: Alva at Hennessey, Chisholm at Tonkawa, Perry at Newkirk,

Hennessey: First with win. Second with loss.

Alva: First with win. Second with loss and Perry loss. Second with loss, Tonkawa, win and Perry win. Second with loss, Chisholm win and Perry win.

Perry: Third with win and Chisholm win. Third with win, Tonkawa win and Alva win. Third with win, Tonkawa win and Alva loss. Third with loss and Tonkawa loss. Fourth with loss and Tonkawa win.

Tonkawa: Third with win and Perry loss. Fourth with win, Perry win and Alva win. Fourth with win, Alva loss and Perry win. Fourth with loss of nine or less points and Perry loss.

Chisholm: Fourth with win and Perry win. Fourth with win of 10 or more points and Perry loss.

DISTRICT 2A-2

Key Games: Millwood at Dibble, Northeast at Crooked Oak.

OCS: First.

Millwood: Second.

Christian Heritage: Third.

Crooked Oak: Fourth with win or Dibble loss.

Dibble: Fourth with win and Crooked Oak loss.

DISTRICT 2A-3

Key Games: Frederick at Hobart, Hinton at Comanche.

Frederick: First.

Lindsay: Second with win. Third with loss.

Washington: Second with win. Third with loss.

Hobart: Fourth with win and Comanche win. Fourth with loss and Hinton loss where Hobart gains eight or more district points on Hinton and loses 23 or less district points to Comanche.

Hinton: Fourth with win. Fourth with loss of 14 or less points and Hobart loss where Hinton loses seven or less district points to Hobart.

Comanche: Fourth with win of 15 or more points and Hobart loss where Comanche gains 24 or more district points on Hobart.

DISTRICT 2A-4

Key Games: Coalgate at Kingston, Konawa at Marietta.

Davis: First.

Lexington: Second.

Coalgate: Third with win. Third with loss of five points or less and Marietta win where Coalgate loses 18 or less district points to Marietta. Fourth with loss and Marietta win where Coalgate loses 18 or less district points or Coalgate loses by five or less points. Fourth with loss and Konawa win.

Kingston: Third with win and Konawa win. Third with win of six or more points and Marietta win where Marietta gains five or less district points on Kingston. Fourth with win and Marietta when where Marietta gains five or less district points on Kingston or Kingston wins by six or more points. Fourth with loss and Marietta loss where Marietta gains five or less district points on Kingston.

Marietta: Fourth with win and Coalgate win. Third with win and Kingston win where Marietta gains six or more district points on Kingston and 19 or more district points on Coalgate. Fourth with loss and Kingston loss where Marietta gains six or more district points on Kingston. Fourth with win and Kingston win where Marietta gains six or more district points on Kingston or 19 or more district points on Coalgate.

DISTRICT 2A-5

Key Games: Haskell at Mounds, Holdenville at Meeker.

Stroud: First.

Okemah: Second.

Meeker: Third.

Haskell: Fourth with win. Fourth with loss of 10 or less points and Holdenville win.

Mounds: Fourth with win and Holdenville loss. Fourth with win of 11 or more points and Holdenville win.

DISTRICT 2A-6

Key Games: Hartshorne at Wilburton, Vian at Panama.

Vian: First.

Hartshorne: Second.

Pocola: Fourth with Wilburton loss. Third with Panama loss and Wilburton win of 11 points or less. Fourth with Panama loss and Wilburton win of 12 points or more. Fourth with Panama win and Wilburton win.

Panama: Third with win or Wilburton loss.

Wilburton: Third with win of 12 points or more and Panama loss. Fourth with win of 11 points or less and Panama loss.

DISTRICT 2A-7

Key Games: Caney Valley at Oklahoma Union, Pawhuska at Adair.

Adair: First.

Nowata: Second.

Caney Valley: Third with win or Pawhuska loss. Fourth with loss and Pawhuska win.

Pawhuska: Third with win and Caney Valley loss. Fourth with loss or Caney Valley win.

DISTRICT 2A-8

Key Game: Colcord at Wyandotte.


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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