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Class 2A BOYS Power Rankings – 12/26/16

Class 2A BOYS Power Rankings – 12/26/16

Last HS basketball season, I set out to rank every team in every class in the state of Oklahoma. After a few tweaks, I’m back with power rankings this season, including for girls basketball. The power ranking is a combination of the OSSAA coaches poll and a performance based rating with 3 factors.

  1. What class your opponent is in.
  2. Whether the game was home, away, or neutral site.
  3. Whether or not your opponent is ranked.

Games against non-OSSAA teams are not included in the calculation, and each rating is an average against games played, so if a team hasn’t played many OSSAA schools or had a long football season, their rating may be a bit skewed early on.

  • Rankings reflect games played before 12/25/16

CLASS 2A BOYS

  1. Wewoka – 9.05
  2. Wright City – 8.80
  3. Talihina – 8.18
  4. Dale – 7.75
  5. Merritt – 7.65
  6. Choteau-Mazie – 7.48
  7. Latta – 7.48
  8. Preston – 6.95
  9. Rock Creek – 6.72
  10. Hooker – 6.63
  11. Vanoss – 6.50
  12. Ketchum – 6.45
  13. Tushka – 5.80
  14. Rattan – 5.70
  15. Elmore City-Pernell – 5.66
  16. Christian Heritage – 5.62
  17. Mangum – 5.41
  18. Silo – 5.33
  19. Amber-Pocasset – 5.16
  20. Watonga – 5.10
  21. Savanna – 4.86
  22. Oklahoma Bible – 4.85
  23. Mounds – 4.83
  24. Oktaha – 4.82
  25. Tishomingo – 4.78
  26. Yale – 4.76
  27. Northeast – 4.65
  28. Hobart – 4.64
  29. Barnsdall – 4.53
  30. Caddo – 4.48
  31. Wister – 4.44
  32. Central (Sallisaw) – 4.40
  33. Cashion – 4.36
  34. Mooreland – 4.33
  35. Cordell – 4.31
  36. Canadian – 4.24
  37. Konawa – 4.17
  38. Haworth – 4.11
  39. Carnegie – 4.10
  40. Crossings Christian – 4.00
  41. Wyandotte – 3.94
  42. Oklahoma Union – 3.91
  43. Pawnee – 3.85
  44. Millwood – 3.70
  45. Panama – 3.70
  46. Foyil – 3.70
  47. Wayne – 3.60
  48. Fairland – 3.60
  49. Allen – 3.53
  50. Calera – 3.53
  51. Boone-Apache – 3.41
  52. Minco – 3.41
  53. Warner – 3.41
  54. Pocola – 3.35
  55. Drumright – 3.30
  56. Healdton – 3.30
  57. Dibble – 3.26
  58. Tonkawa – 3.25
  59. Afton – 3.15
  60. Howe – 3.05
  61. Crescent – 3.02
  62. Liberty – 2.95
  63. Hominy – 2.85
  64. Wellston – 2.81
  65. Colbert – 2.60
  66. Pioneer-Pleasant Vale – 2.60
  67. Walters – 2.60
  68. Morrison – 2.52
  69. Navajo – 2.50
  70. Haskell – 2.44
  71. Pawhuska – 2.44
  72. Fairview – 2.24
  73. Wynnewood – 2.20
  74. Ft. Towson – 2.16
  75. Wilson – 2.10
  76. Wetumka – 2.01
  77. Sayre – 2.00
  78. Commerce – 1.93
  79. Stratford – 1.92
  80. Stroud – 1.78
  81. Rejoice Christian – 1.70
  82. Ninnekah – 1.65
  83. Kiefer – 1.50
  84. Colcord – 1.41
  85. Rush Springs – 1.26
  86. Quinton – 1.02
  87. Porter Consolidated – 0.91
  88. Quapaw – 0.82
  89. Hollis – 0.82
  90. Hulbert – 0.65
  91. Coalgate – 0.55
  92. Hinton – 0.47
  93. Caney Valley – 0.40
  94. Frederick – 0.26

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