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Oklahoma high school football: The Oklahoman's Week 5 rankings

Midwest City's DeAngelo Irvin Jr. (10), Makale Smith (2) and Camarian Smiley (30) celebrate after a touchdown pass from Irvin to Smith during a high school football game between Midwest City and Lawton at Midwest City, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]
Midwest City's DeAngelo Irvin Jr. (10), Makale Smith (2) and Camarian Smiley (30) celebrate after a touchdown pass from Irvin to Smith during a high school football game between Midwest City and Lawton at Midwest City, Friday, Sept. 25, 2020. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]

Class 6A-I

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Owasso (1) — 4-0

2. Jenks (2) — 2-1

3. Broken Arrow (3) — 2-1

4. Tulsa Union (4) — 0-4

5. Edmond Santa Fe (5) — 1-2

6. Westmoore (7) — 2-1

7. Yukon (8) — 3-1

8. Norman North (9) — 2-1

9. Mustang (6) — 2-2

10. Putnam City (NR) — 3-1

Dropped out: Norman (10) 0-2.

Class 6A-II

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Bixby (1) — 3-0

2. Stillwater (2) — 3-0

3. Del City (4) — 0-2

4. Midwest City (5) — 3-1

5. Putnam North (6) — 4-0

6. Choctaw (8) — 2-2

7. Tulsa Washington (3) — 2-2

8. Sand Springs (9) — 3-1

9. Lawton (7) — 3-1

10. Muskogee (10) — 0-3

Dropped out: None.

Class 5A

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Carl Albert (1) — 3-0

2. Tulsa Kelley (2) — 4-0

3. Piedmont (3) — 2-1

4. McGuinness (4) — 3-1

5. Collinsville (5) — 4-0

6. Coweta (6) — 3-1

7. Ardmore (7) — 2-0

8. El Reno (8) — 2-2

9. Lawton MacArthur (9) — 2-1

10. Guthrie (10) — 3-0

Dropped out: None.

Class 4A

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Wagoner (1) — 4-0

2. Weatherford (2) — 3-0

3. Tuttle (3) — 4-0

4. Skiatook (4) — 3-1

5. Cache (5) — 3-1

6. Poteau (7) — 2-2

7. Sallisaw (9) — 1-1

8. Hilldale (8) — 3-1

9. Blanchard (NR) — 2-2

10. Fort Gibson (NR) — 4-0

Dropped out: John Marshall (6) 2-2, Cushing (10) 3-1.

Class 3A

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Tulsa Holland Hall (1) — 4-0

2. Heritage Hall (2) — 3-1

3. Tulsa Lincoln Christian (3) — 3-0

4. Stigler (4) — 4-0

5. Verdigris (5) — 3-0

6. Berryhill (6) — 1-1

7. Kingfisher (8) — 3-1

8. Kingston (9) — 4-0

9. Anadarko (10) — 3-1

10. Perkins-Tryon (7) — 1-2

Dropped out: None.

Class 2A

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Vian (1) — 4-0

2. Jones (2) — 3-1

3. Millwood (3) — 1-1

4. Beggs (4) — 2-1

5. Washington (5) — 4-0

6. Eufaula (6) — 2-2

7. Adair (7) — 3-1

8. Tulsa Cascia Hall (8) — 1-1

9. Spiro (9) — 3-0

10. Tulsa Metro Christian (10) — 2-2

Dropped out: None.

Class A

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Ringling (1) — 3-0

2. Cashion (2) — 5-0

3. Pawhuska (3) — 4-0

4. Thomas (4) — 2-1

5. Pawnee (5) — 3-1

6. Okemah (6) — 2-1

7. Gore (7) — 2-0

8. Wewoka (8) — 3-0

9. Minco (9) — 3-1

10. Tonkawa (10) — 2-1

Dropped out: None.

Class B

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Shattuck (1) — 4-0

2. Dewar (2) — 4-0

3. Davenport (3) — 4-0

4. Cherokee (4) — 4-1

5. Tulsa Regent Prep (6) — 2-1

6. Covington-Douglas (9) — 4-1

7. Alex (8) — 3-2

8. Laverne (10) — 2-1

9. Pioneer (5) — 2-2

10. Snyder (NR) — 3-1

Dropped out: Velma-Alma (7) 3-1.

Class C

(Previous rank in parenthesis)

1. Timberlake (1) — 4-0

2. Buffalo (2) — 4-0

3. Sasakwa (3) — 3-1

4. Mt. View-Gotebo (4) — 4-0

5. Midway (5) — 4-0

6. Waynoka (6) — 4-0

7. Tyrone (7) — 2-1

8. Maysville (8) — 3-1

9. Medford (9) — 3-1

10. Graham-Dustin (NR) — 3-0

Dropped out: Fox (10) 1-2.

Related Photos
<strong>Midwest City's Juwan Dancy, left, and Brian Wilson Jr. break up a pass intended for Lawton's Drelin Swanson on Friday. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]</strong>

Midwest City's Juwan Dancy, left, and Brian Wilson Jr. break up a pass intended for Lawton's Drelin Swanson on Friday. [Bryan Terry/The Oklahoman]

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Cameron Jourdan

Cameron Jourdan joined The Oklahoman in March 2019 to cover high school sports. He graduated from Oklahoma State University in May 2018. He had an internship with The Oklahoman and Stillwater News Press. During his time at OSU, Cameron served in a... Read more ›

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