So the likely solution seems to be the Class 6A finals being played at Shawnee High while the 5A finals are likely headed to one of the Edmond schools.
Shawnee is likely to host three title games from 6A to 2A while whichever Edmond school is picked will host the other two.
Oklahoma Baptist in Shawnee is a possible site for both, though the Bison are bidding to host a postseason tournament and won't know if the venue will be available until April.
It's been awhile since the title games in the state's two largest classes was scheduled to be played in the Oklahoma City area.
In 2008, the finals were scheduled for Tulsa's Drillers Stadium, but rain forced the title games to be completed at L. Dale Mitchell Park.
A year earlier, weather forced one title game to shift to Shawnee while the other was played in Tulsa.
The last time both tournament finals were scheduled to be played on the West side of the state was in 2003, when Norman hosted the tournaments.
“Wherever they play it is fine with us,” Carl Albert coach Wayne Dozier said. “We don't really care too much where they send us, but it is nice to stay closer to home.”
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