Week 4 high school football rankings: Lawton is 6A's new No. 1; Edmond North at No. 2

Tulsa Union's loss to Owasso led to a big shake-up in the Class 6A rankings. After Lawton's win over Edmond Memorial, the Wolverines moved into No. 1 in 6A.
by Ryan Aber Published: September 22, 2012
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photo - Edmond North's Richard Morrison runs past Putnam City North's Creighton Decker during a high school football game at Wantland Stadium in Edmond, Okla., Friday, September 21, 2012. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman
Edmond North's Richard Morrison runs past Putnam City North's Creighton Decker during a high school football game at Wantland Stadium in Edmond, Okla., Friday, September 21, 2012. Photo by Bryan Terry, The Oklahoman

2. Tuttle (2); 4-0

3. Berryhill (3); 4-0

4. Seminole (4); 3-0

5. Sequoyah-Claremore (5); 3-1

6. Blanchard (6); 4-0

7. Metro Christian (7); 3-1

8. Victory Christian (8); 4-0

9. Sequoyah-Tahlequah (9); 2-1

10. Verdigris (10); 4-0

CLASS 2A

1. Millwood (1); 4-0

2. Vian (2); 4-0

3. Davis (3); 4-0

4. Frederick (4); 4-0

5. Hennessey (5); 2-2

6. Stroud (6); 3-1

7. Lindsay (7); 3-1

8. OCS (8); 3-1

9. Adair (9); 4-0

10. Commerce (10); 3-1

CLASS A

1. Wynnewood (1); 3-0

2. Wayne (2); 4-0

3. Thomas (3); 4-0

4. Ringling (4); 2-1

5. Texhoma (5); 3-0

6. Cashion (6); 4-0

7. Crescent (7); 4-0

8. Morrison (8); 3-1

9. Hollis (10); 4-0

10. Kiefer (NR); 4-0

CLASS B

1. Laverne (1); 4-0

2. Wetumka (2); 4-0

3. Pond Creek-Hunter (3); 4-0

4. Dewar (4); 4-0

5. Garber (5); 4-0

6. Fox (6); 4-0

7. Davenport (7); 3-1

8. Rejoice Christian (8); 3-1

9. Covington-Douglas (9); 2-2

10. Alex (10); 3-1

CLASS C

1. Tipton (1); 4-0

2. Cherokee (2); 4-0

3. Forgan (3); 4-0

4. Ryan (4); 4-0

5. Sharon-Mutual (5); 3-1

6. Deer Creek-Lamont (6); 3-1

7. Webbers Falls (7); 4-0

8. Thackerville (9); 2-1

9. Buffalo (NR); 3-1

10. Maud (10); 3-1


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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