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Week 6 football rankings: Tulsa Union moves up to No. 1 in 6A; Vian takes over 2A top spot

Tulsa Union (4-2) is this week's Class 6A No. 1. After Millwood's loss to OCS, Vian moved into the Class 2A top spot and OCS moved up to No. 4.
by Ryan Aber Published: October 6, 2012
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photo - OCS' Chris Cohn looks to throw the ball during the high school football game between Oklahoma Christian and Millwood at Oklahoma Christian Schools in Edmond, Okla.,  Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman
OCS' Chris Cohn looks to throw the ball during the high school football game between Oklahoma Christian and Millwood at Oklahoma Christian Schools in Edmond, Okla., Friday, Oct. 5, 2012. Photo by Sarah Phipps, The Oklahoman

CLASS 3A

1. Kingfisher (1); 6-0

2. Tuttle (2); 6-0

3. Berryhill (3); 6-0

4. Seminole (4); 5-0

5. Blanchard (5); 6-0

6. Metro Christian (6); 5-1

7. Victory Christian (7); 6-0

8. Sequoyah-Tahlequah (8); 5-1

9. Verdigris (9); 5-1

10. Cushing (10); 5-1

CLASS 2A

1. Vian (2); 6-0

2. Davis (3); 6-0

3. Frederick (4); 6-0

4. OCS (7); 5-1

5. Millwood (1); 5-1

6. Hennessey (5); 4-2

7. Stroud (6); 5-1

8. Adair (9); 6-0

9. Lindsay (8); 4-2

10. Commerce (10); 5-1

CLASS A

1. Wynnewood (1); 5-0

2. Wayne (2); 6-0

3. Thomas (3); 6-0

4. Ringling (4); 4-1

5. Texhoma (5); 5-0

6. Fairview (NR); 6-0

7. Cashion (6); 6-0

8. Crescent (7); 6-0

9. Kiefer (8); 6-0

10. Morrison (9); 5-1

CLASS B

1. Laverne (1); 6-0

2. Wetumka (2); 6-0

3. Pond Creek-Hunter (3); 6-0

4. Fox (6); 6-0

5. Dewar (4); 5-1

6. Garber (5); 5-1

7. Davenport (7); 4-2

8. Rejoice Christian (8); 5-1

9. Covington-Douglas (9); 4-2

10. Alex (10); 5-1

CLASS C

1. Tipton (1); 6-0

2. Cherokee (2); 6-0

3. Forgan (3); 5-0

4. Ryan (4); 6-0

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

6. Thackerville (7); 4-1

7. Webbers Falls (8); 4-1

8. Maud (9); 4-1

9. Balko (10); 5-1

10. Temple (NR); 3-3

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics 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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