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Oklahoma high school basketball: State tournament qualifiers for Classes 6A-2A

Teams have started punching their tickets to the Classes 6A-2A basketball state tournaments, which start next Tuesday in Oklahoma City and Thursday in Tulsa. 

Here's a look at which teams have qualified: 

Boys

Class 6A

No. 1 Edmond Memorial (15-1)

No. 2 Del City (19-4)

No. 3 Edmond North (18-5)

No. 4 Norman North (18-4)

No. 5 Owasso (17-3)

No. 6 Putnam North (12-3)

No. 10 Broken Arrow (14-7)

No. 13 Edmond Santa Fe (15-7)

Class 5A

No. 1 Carl Albert (20-4)

No. 2 Tulsa Memorial (18-3)

No. 3 Lawton MacArthur (21-2)

No. 5 Shawnee (16-6)

No. 6 Sapulpa (12-10)

No. 7 Tulsa Rogers (14-6)

No. 8 Coweta (14-6)

No. 18 Ardmore (11-8)

Class 4A

No. 1 Kingfisher (22-1)

No. 2 Heritage Hall (19-5)

No. 3 Tulsa Webster (15-6)

No. 4 Victory Christian (18-4)

No. 5 Mount St. Mary (18-3)

No. 7 Classen SAS (16-2)

No. 8 Tulsa Holland Hall (14-5)

No. 13 Blanchard (20-6)

Class 3A

No. 1 Crossings Christian (23-2) 

No. 2 Hugo (22-1)

No. 4 Community Christian (21-3)

No. 6 Beggs (17-2)

No. 10 Eufaula (13-4)

No. 13 Marlow (18-4)

Alva (18-10)

Westville (13-10)

Class 2A

No. 1 Dale (20-4)

No. 2 Hooker (22-2)

No. 3 Pawnee (21-1)

No. 4 Cashion (21-3)

No. 5 Oklahoma Union (22-2)

No. 7 Howe (21-4)

No. 15 Morrison (20-5)

No. 16 Wewoka (13-5)

Girls

Class 6A

No. 1 Norman (16-0)

No. 2 Edmond North (21-2)

No. 3 Tulsa Union (18-1)

No. 4 Choctaw (18-2)

No. 5 Mustang (20-5)

No. 6 Bixby (17-5)

No. 7 Midwest City (16-7)

No. 9 Putnam North (14-6)

Class 5A

No. 1 Sapulpa (15-3)

No. 2 Tahlequah (21-2)

No. 3 Piedmont (14-5)

No. 4 Carl Albert (19-5)

No. 5 El Reno (14-5)

No. 6 McGuinness (16-4)

No. 7 MacArthur (18-6)

No. 11 Shawnee (12-9)

Class 4A

No. 1 Classen SAS (17-1)

No. 2 Anadarko (22-2)

No. 3 Tuttle (21-3)

No. 4 Weatherford (21-4)

No. 5 Ft. Gibson (18-3)

No. 6 Holland Hall (21-1)

No. 7 Verdigris (17-2)

No. 8 Grove (15-4)

Class 3A

No. 1 Roland (19-0)

No. 2 Jones (15-1)

No. 3 Lincoln Christian (20-4)

No. 4 Kellyville (17-2)

No. 6 Perry (20-5)

No. 8 Kingston (19-5)

No. 11 Valliant (22-3)

No. 14 Hugo (14-9)

Class 2A

No. 1 Dale (21-3)

No. 2 Howe (22-2)

No. 3 Latta (20-3)

No. 4 Amber-Pocasset (23-3)

No. 5 Silo (21-3)

No. 6 Hartshorne (17-2)

No. 7 Hooker (20-3)

No. 8 Pocolo (16-6)

Related Photos
NormanÕs Kelbie Washington drives past Madeline Bills during a high school girls basketball game between the Moore Lions and the Norman Tigers at Moore High School on  Jan. 14, 2021 in Moore, Okla.  [Steve Sisney/For The Oklahoman]

NormanÕs Kelbie Washington drives past Madeline Bills during a high school girls basketball game between the Moore Lions and the Norman Tigers at Moore High School on Jan. 14, 2021 in Moore, Okla. [Steve Sisney/For 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 ›

James Jackson

James D. Jackson joined The Oklahoman in January 2020 to cover high school sports. He a University of Central Oklahoma graduate. During his time at UCO, James served as a sports reporter and Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper, The Vista.... Read more ›

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