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High school football: New high school football districts for 2014-2015 seasons released

The OSSAA board of directors approved the new football districts to be used for the 2014-15 high school seasons.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: October 9, 2013
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The OSSAA board of directors approved the new football districts to be used for the 2014-15 high school seasons:

Class 6A Division I


District 1

Broken Arrow

Edmond Memorial

Edmond Santa Fe

Jenks

Norman

Putnam City

Westmoore

Yukon

District 2

Edmond North

Moore

Mustang

Norman North

Owasso

Putnam City North

Southmoore

Tulsa Union

Class 6A Division II

District 1

Bartlesville

Bixby

Claremore

Muskogee

Ponca City

Sand Springs

Sapulpa

Tulsa Washington

District 2

Choctaw

Enid

Lawton

Lawton Eisenhower

Midwest City

Putnam City West

Stillwater

*U.S. Grant

Class 5A

District 1

Altus

Ardmore

Chickasha

Del City

Duncan

El Reno

Lawton MacArthur

Northwest Classen

District 2

Bishop McGuinness

Carl Albert

Deer Creek

Guthrie

Guymon

Piedmont

Southeast

Western Heights

District 3

Durant

McAlester

Noble

Shawnee

Skiatook

Tulsa Hale

Tulsa Kelley

Tulsa Memorial

District 4

*Capitol Hill

Collinsville

Coweta

Grove

Pryor

Tahlequah

Tulsa East Central

Tulsa Edison

Class 4A

District 1

Anadarko

Cache

Clinton

Elgin

Elk City

Newcastle

Weatherford

Woodward

District 2

Ada

Bristow

Glenpool

Harrah

McLoud

Santa Fe South

Tecumseh

Tuttle

District 3

Cascia Hall

Catoosa

Cleveland

Miami

Oologah

Tulsa McLain

Vinita

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