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Class 3A BOYS Power Rankings – 2/2/17

Class 3A BOYS Power Rankings – 2/2/17
  • Includes all results reported to OSSAARankings.com through 1/28/17.

 

CLASS 3A BOYS

  1. Oklahoma Centennial – 9.79
  2. Douglass – 8.64
  3. Okmulgee – 8.12
  4. Hugo – 7.98
  5. Star-Spencer – 7.80
  6. Verdigris – 7.53
  7. Sequoyah (Tahlequah) – 7.12
  8. Kingston – 7.02
  9. Sperry – 6.61
  10. Lincoln Christian – 6.61
  11. Oklahoma Christian School – 6.52
  12. Purcell – 6.39
  13. Wilburton – 6.32
  14. Riverside – 6.28
  15. Hennessey – 6.26
  16. Crooked Oak – 5.90
  17. Metro Christian – 5.70
  18. Marlow – 5.64
  19. Prague – 5.45
  20. Nowata – 4.89
  21. Alva – 4.87
  22. Spiro – 4.60
  23. Kellyville – 4.58
  24. Holland Hall – 4.53
  25. Atoka – 4.39
  26. Beggs – 4.27
  27. Luther – 4.25
  28. Hartshorne – 4.17
  29. Kansas – 4.10
  30. Lindsay – 4.06
  31. Comanche – 3.84
  32. Cascia Hall – 3.80
  33. Vian – 3.79
  34. Adair – 3.71
  35. Marietta – 3.70
  36. Salina – 3.64
  37. Jones – 3.58
  38. Westville – 3.53
  39. Community Christian – 3.39
  40. Okemah – 3.37
  41. Valliant – 3.28
  42. Holdenville – 3.25
  43. Eufaula – 3.17
  44. Chisholm – 3.16
  45. Dewey – 3.10
  46. Dickson – 3.08
  47. Perry – 2.93
  48. Washington – 2.80
  49. Lexington – 2.58
  50. Henryetta – 2.44
  51. Keys (Parkhill) – 2.34
  52. Chandler – 2.34
  53. Antlers – 2.08
  54. Meeker – 2.08
  55. Davis – 2.02
  56. Heavener – 1.51
  57. Stigler – 1.30
  58. Harding Fine Arts – 1.30
  59. Chelsea – 0.93
  60. Morris – 0.88
  61. Newkirk – 0.61
  62. Little Axe – 0.57
  63. Dove Science (Tulsa) – 0.46

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