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September 18, 2012

Millwood latest to claim No. 1 in Class 2A

OKLAHOMA CITY — Millwood has edged ahead of Vian as the No. 1 ranking in Class 2A changed hands Monday for the third straight week.

Millwood climbed to No. 1 in The Associated Press' high-school rankings after beating Prime Prep of Texas 40-12 last week. Vian beat Muldrow 57-0 but it still wasn't enough to prevent a fall to No. 2. Vian had held the No. 1 preseason ranking, dropped behind defending champion Hennessey after Week 1 and then regained the top spot last week.

In the other seven classes, the top-ranked teams remained unchanged. They are: Union in Class 6A, Guthrie in 5A, Cascia Hall in 4A, Tuttle in 3A, Wayne in Class A, Laverne in Class B and Tipton in Class C.

AP prep poll

Here is The Associated Press' Oklahoma high school football poll with first place votes in parentheses, records, points and ranking in last week's poll, records through September 17. Points for classes A through 6A based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring. Points for classes B and C based on 5-4-3-2-1 scoring.

Class 6A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Union (8)    (2-1)    80    1

2. Jenks    (1-2)    65    4

3. Broken Arrow    (1-2)    62    3

4. Lawton    (3-0)    59    5

5. Edmond North    (3-0)    45    7

6. Edmond Santa Fe    (2-1)    37    2

T7. Owasso    (1-2)    30    6

T7. Southmoore    (3-0)    30    9

9. Booker T. Washington    (2-1)    11    8

T10. Westmoore    (2-1)    7

T10. Mustang    (3-0)    7

Others receiving votes: 12, Norman North 5. 13, Sand Springs 2.

Class 5A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Guthrie (7)    (3-0)    78    1

2. Tulsa East Central (1)    (3-0)    73    2

3. McGuinness    (3-0)    62    3

4. MacArthur    (1-2)    56    4

5. Deer Creek    (2-1)    44    6

6. Carl Albert    (1-2)    38    7

7. Coweta    (2-1)    29    5

8. Claremore    (3-0)    24

T9. Bishop Kelley    (1-2)    9

T9. Memorial    (3-0)    9

Others receiving votes: 11, Duncan 6. 11, Durant 6. 13, Del City 3. 14, Ardmore 2. 15, Collinsville 1.

Class 4A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Cascia Hall (6)    (3-0)    77    1

2. Clinton (1)    (2-1)    69    2

3. Wagoner (1)    (2-1)    67    3

4. Ada    (3-0)    58    4

5. Anadarko    (3-0)    47    5

6. Sallisaw    (2-1)    37    6

7. Fort Gibson    (3-0)    27    9

8. Douglass    (1-2)    24    7

9. McLain TSST    (3-0)    12

T10. Weatherford    (1-2)    9    8

T10. Poteau    (3-0)    9

Others receiving votes: 12, Catoosa 2. 13, Cleveland 1. 13, Glenpool 1.

Class 3A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Tuttle (6)    (3-0)    76    1

2. Kingfisher (1)    (3-0)    72    2

3. Berryhill    (3-0)    64    3

4. Seminole (1)    (2-0)    60    4

5. Blanchard    (3-0)    43    T6

6. Verdigris    (3-0)    37    T6

7. Metro Christian    (2-1)    24    9

8. Sequoyah Tahlequah    (1-1)    18    5

9. Heritage Hall    (1-2)    13    8

10. Plainview    (1-2)    12    10

Others receiving votes: 11, Victory Christian 8. 12, Lincoln Christian 7. 13, Sequoyah-Claremore 6.

Class 2A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Millwood (4)    (3-0)    75    2

2. Vian (4)    (3-0)    73    1

3. Davis    (3-0)    64    3

4. Frederick    (3-0)    51    5

5. Hennessey    (1-2)    47    4

6. Adair    (3-0)    41    7

7. Stroud    (2-1)    34    8

8. Lindsay    (2-1)    21    9

9. Oklahoma Christian School    (2-1)    15    6

10. Okemah    (2-1)    14    10

Others receiving votes: 11, Commerce 3. 12, Christian Heritage Academy 1. 12, Haskell 1.

Class A

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Wayne (6)    (3-0)    78    1

2. Wynnewood (2)    (3-0)    65    2

3. Thomas Custer    (3-0)    64    3

4. Texhoma    (2-0)    54    4

5. Cashion    (3-0)    42    5

6. Morrison    (2-1)    34    6

7. Minco    (2-1)    26    8

8. Crescent    (3-0)    20

9. Kiefer    (3-0)    15

10. Watonga    (1-2)    14    10

Others receiving votes: 11, Hollis 11. 12, Talihina 5. 13, Gore 4. 13, Ringling 4. 15, Okeene 2. 15, Warner 2.

Class B

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Laverne (7)    (3-0)    39    1

2. Pond Creek-Hunter    (3-0)    27    3

3. Wetumka    (3-0)    18    4

4. Dewar    (3-0)    16    5

5. Davenport (1)    (2-1)    12    2

Others receiving votes: 6, Garber 4. 7, Woodland 2. 8, Ringwood 1. 8, Fox 1.

Class C

School    Total    Points    Prv

1. Tipton (8)    (3-0)    40    1

2. Cherokee    (3-0)    32    2

3. Forgan    (3-0)    23    3

4. Ryan    (3-0)    10    T5

5. Sharon-Mutual    (2-1)    8    T5

Others receiving votes: 6, Deer Creek-Lamont 4. 7, Webbers Falls 3.

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