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Final Class B Boys Power Rankings – 2/3/2016

Final Class B Boys Power Rankings – 2/3/2016
  1. Red Oak (12.26)
  2. Leedey (10.96)
  3. Kinta (10.16)
  4. LeFlore (9.48)
  5. Forgan (9.26)
  6. Boswell (9.13)
  7. Hammon (9.00)
  8. Tyrone (8.83)
  9. Chattanooga (8.40)
  10. Eagletown (8.20)
  11. Boise City (7.96)
  12. Duke (7.83)
  13. Webbers Falls (7.34)
  14. Earlsboro (7.28)
  15. Buffalo Valley (6.80)
  16. Granite (6.55)
  17. Felt (5.50)
  18. Goodwell (5.48)
  19. Whitesboro (5.47)
  20. Hanna (5.33)
  21. Waynoka (4.94)
  22. Gracemont (4.92)
  23. Buffalo (4.86)
  24. Paden (4.86)
  25. Olustee (4.67)
  26. Moyers (4.60)
  27. Coyle (4.60)
  28. Coleman (4.57)
  29. Bennington (4.52)
  30. Varnum (4.45)
  31. Lomega (4.38)
  32. Temple (4.31)
  33. Deer Creek-Lamont (4.27)
  34. Southwest Covenant (4.15)
  35. Big Pasture (4.05)
  36. Pittsburg (3.92)
  37. Sharon-Mutual (3.90)
  38. Cimarron (3.68)
  39. McCurtain (3.66)
  40. Sasakwa (3.66)
  41. Tupelo (3.65)
  42. Shidler (3.55)
  43. Balko (3.46)
  44. Keyes (3.30)
  45. Verden (3.27)
  46. Timberlake (3.23)
  47. Sweetwater (3.23)
  48. Copan (3.14)
  49. Corn Bible Academy (3.12)
  50. Indiahoma (3.07)
  51. Aline-Cleo (3.04)
  52. Braggs (3.00)
  53. Graham (Weleetka) (3.00)
  54. Smithville (3.00)
  55. Burlington (2.94)
  56. Paoli (2.94)
  57. Wilson (Henryetta) (2.90)
  58. Mill Creek (2.81)
  59. Mt. View-Gotebo (2.80)
  60. Battiest (2.78)
  61. Tipton (2.76)
  62. Cement (2.76)
  63. Wanette (2.70)
  64. Midway (2.69)
  65. Indianola (2.47)
  66. Freedom (2.42)
  67. Victory Life Academy (2.38)
  68. Ft. Supply (2.38)
  69. Carney (2.35)
  70. Asher (2.34)
  71. Wapanucka (2.30)
  72. Caney (2.17)
  73. Bluejacket (2.13)
  74. Mulhall-Orlando (2.12)
  75. Medford (2.02)
  76. Panola (1.79)
  77. Dover (1.76)
  78. Arnett (1.59)
  79. Yarbrough (1.58)
  80. Milburn (1.56)
  81. Erick (1.52)
  82. Calvin (1.50)
  83. Bokoshe (1.46)
  84. Eldorado (1.45)
  85. Butner (1.14)
  86. Hardesty (0.84)
  87. Springer (0.75)
  88. Schulter (0.70)
  89. Lone Wolf (0.25)
  90. Billings (0.08)
  91. Taloga (0.08)
  92. Wynona (0.04)

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