Week 1 high school football playoff rankings: Carl Albert enters Class 5A rankings

After beating Del City on Friday night, Carl Albert moved into the No. 7 spot in the 5A rankings. In Class 3A, Sequoyah-Claremore moved into the No. 9 spot.
BY RYAN ABER Published: November 10, 2012
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photo - Del City Eagle Michael Johnson is stopped by Carl Albert Titans Chantz Woodberry (80) and Cameron Burge (2) on a kick return in Class 5A, first round, playoff action in high school football  on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 in Del City, Okla.   Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman
Del City Eagle Michael Johnson is stopped by Carl Albert Titans Chantz Woodberry (80) and Cameron Burge (2) on a kick return in Class 5A, first round, playoff action in high school football on Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 in Del City, Okla. Photo by Steve Sisney, The Oklahoman

CLASS 6A

1. Tulsa Union (1); 9-2

2. Jenks (2); 9-2

3. Broken Arrow (3); 8-3

4. Owasso (4); 8-2

5. Edmond Santa Fe (5); 10-1

6. Norman North (6); 10-1

7. Edmond North (7); 10-1

8. Norman (8); 9-2

9. Westmoore (10); 6-5

10. Sand Springs (9); 8-3

CLASS 5A

1. Tulsa East Central (1); 7-4*

2. Deer Creek (2); 10-1

3. Bishop McGuinness (3); 10-1

4. Tulsa Kelley (4); 9-2

5. Guthrie (5); 10-1

6. Claremore (7); 10-1

7. Carl Albert (NR); 6-5

8. Del City (6); 9-2

9. McAlester (10); 7-4

10. Lawton MacArthur (8); 8-3

*Tulsa East Central forfeited four wins.

CLASS 4A

1. Wagoner (1); 10-1

2. Cascia Hall (2); 11-0

3. Anadarko (3); 11-0

4. Ada (4); 11-0

5. Clinton (5); 9-2

6. Fort Gibson (6); 10-1

7. Weatherford (10); 7-4

8. Cleveland (9); 9-2

9. Broken Bow (8); 7-4

10. Douglass (7); 7-4

CLASS 3A

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