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Final Class 2A Boys Power Rankings – 2/11/2016

Final Class 2A Boys Power Rankings – 2/11/2016
  1. Wewoka (11.15)
  2. Preston (10.97)
  3. Pawnee (10.57)
  4. Northeast Academy (10.40)
  5. Dale (9.67)
  6. Kiefer (9.24)
  7. Latta (9.11)
  8. Okemah (8.34)
  9. Christian Heritage (8.33)
  10. Choteau-Mazie (8.13)
  11. Rejoice Christian (7.94)
  12. Talihina (7.60)
  13. Wright City (6.90)
  14. Merritt (6.71)
  15. Crossings Christian (6.41)
  16. Carnegie (6.37)
  17. Stroud (5.92)
  18. Haworth (5.66)
  19. Hobart (5.35)
  20. Silo (5.32)
  21. Vanoss (5.32)
  22. Ketchum (4.88)
  23. Haskell (4.80)
  24. Howe (4.67)
  25. Walters (4.57)
  26. Wilson (4.56)
  27. Cashion (4.55)
  28. Konawa (4.52)
  29. Calera (4.52)
  30. Hooker (4.50)
  31. Hulbert (4.47)
  32. Colcord (4.44)
  33. Stratford (4.34)
  34. Cordell (4.33)
  35. Wellston (4.33)
  36. Hominy (4.25)
  37. Central (Sallisaw) (4.22)
  38. Wister (4.16)
  39. Colbert (4.00)
  40. Hartshorne (3.97)
  41. Panama (3.95)
  42. Wyandotte (3.88)
  43. Amber-Pocasset (3.86)
  44. Coalgate (3.67)
  45. Crescent (3.66)
  46. Afton (3.65)
  47. Pioneer-Pleasant Vale (3.65)
  48. Crowder (3.65)
  49. Depew (3.59)
  50. Wynnewood (3.54)
  51. Mounds (3.50)
  52. Caney Valley (3.44)
  53. Pawhuska (3.42)
  54. Allen (3.38)
  55. Oktaha (3.36)
  56. Summit Christian (3.34)
  57. Watonga (3.27)
  58. Tonkawa (3.26)
  59. Fairland (3.15)
  60. Oklahoma Union (3.13)
  61. Canadian (3.09)
  62. Laverne (3.00)
  63. Minco (3.00)
  64. Snyder (2.97)
  65. Boone-Apache (2.95)
  66. Oklahoma Bible (2.94)
  67. Tushka (2.82)
  68. Morrison (2.76)
  69. Burns Flat-Dill City (2.72)
  70. Rush Springs (2.69)
  71. Central Marlow (2.67)
  72. Healdton (2.60)
  73. Fairview (2.59)
  74. Sayre (2.57)
  75. Quapaw (2.47)
  76. Liberty (2.44)
  77. Wayne (2.35)
  78. Warner (2.27)
  79. Quinton (2.26)
  80. Mangum (2.25)
  81. Porum (2.13)
  82. Savanna (2.00)
  83. Porter Consolidated (2.00)
  84. Commerce (1.97)
  85. Ninnekah (1.92)
  86. Dibble (1.90)
  87. Yale (1.83)
  88. Wetumka (1.60)
  89. Ft. Towson (1.59)
  90. Pocola (1.44)
  91. Frederick (1.32)
  92. Foyil (1.29)
  93. Drumright (1.08)
  94. Ringling (1.07)
  95. Hinton (0.78)

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