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Class A Boys Basketball Power Rankings

Class A Boys Basketball Power Rankings

Rankings reflect all games played through 1/9/2016.

 

  1. Ft. Cobb-Broxton (10.56)
  2. Okay (10.37)
  3. Pond Creek-Hunter (10.20)
  4. Velma-Alma (9.20)
  5. Seiling (9.03)
  6. New Lima (9.03)
  7. Stuart (8.96)
  8. Okarche (8.45)
  9. Davenport (8.40)
  10. Hydro-Eakly (8.06)
  11. Rattan (7.93)
  12. Mooreland (7.50)
  13. Grandfield (7.28)
  14. Oklahoma Christian Academy (6.95)
  15. Rock Creek (6.83)
  16. Canute (6.63)
  17. Glencoe (6.46)
  18. Union City (6.31)
  19. Frontier (5.90)
  20. Arapaho-Butler (5.46)
  21. Oaks Mission
  22. Cyril
  23. Ringwood
  24. Geronimo
  25. Clayton
  26. Sterling
  27. Regent Prep
  28. Ripley
  29. Garber
  30. Beaver
  31. Navajo
  32. Dewar
  33. Calumet
  34. Lookeba-Sickles
  35. Weleetka
  36. Waukomis
  37. Strother
  38. Caddo
  39. Texhoma
  40. Gans
  41. Barnsdall
  42. Agra
  43. Kiowa
  44. Olive
  45. Keota
  46. Fargo-Gage
  47. Elmore City-Pernell
  48. Stonewall
  49. Stringtown
  50. Roff
  51. Cherokee
  52. Shattuck
  53. Alex
  54. Maysville
  55. Maud
  56. Mason
  57. Riverfield
  58. South Coffeyville
  59. Watts
  60. Hollis
  61. Empire
  62. Ryan
  63. Thackerville
  64. Achille
  65. Welch
  66. Vici
  67. Thomas-Fay-Custer
  68. Fox
  69. Cameron
  70. Prue
  71. Fletcher
  72. Woodland
  73. Haileyville
  74. Kremlin-Hillsdale
  75. Arkoma
  76. Turner
  77. Okeene
  78. Sentinel
  79. Soper
  80. Binger-Oney
  81. Cave Springs
  82. Canton
  83. Bray-Doyle
  84. Bowlegs
  85. Oilton
  86. Cheyenne-Reydon
  87. Waurika
  88. Moss
  89. Blair
  90. Geary
  91. Drummond
  92. Turpin
  93. Gore
  94. Macomb
  95. Covington-Douglas

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