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Ranking EVERY High School Boys Basketball Team – 6A

Ranking EVERY High School Boys Basketball Team – 6A

I’ve been on a quest for quite some time now to find a fair way to rank every team in every class in high school baskeball in the hopes that one day, our high school basketball championships will be decided by a true “March Madness” single elimination tournament.

I’ve been trying to tweak a ranking system for the last few years and have come up with a ranking that takes into account whether you won or lost, how big your opponent’s school is, whether you played the game at home, away or neutral, and if the team you played was ranked in the coach’s poll at ossaarankings.com.

These rankings only take into account games against OSSAA teams, so if a team has only played 1 or 2 games against OSSAA teams, they could be ranked way too high or way too low. These rankings are as of 1/1/2016.

 

6A

  1. Edmond North (12.63)
  2. Mustang (12.50)
  3. Putnam City North (10.45)
  4. Midwest City (10.32)
  5. Union (9.38)
  6. Putnam City West (9.16)
  7. Norman North (9.15)
  8. Edmond Santa Fe (8.43)
  9. Sand Springs (8.43)
  10. Owasso (8.40)
  11. Booker T. Washington
  12. Edmond Memorial
  13. Putnam City
  14. Deer Creek
  15. Sapulpa
  16. Westmoore
  17. Muskogee
  18. Broken Arrow
  19. Jenks
  20. Bixby
  21. Enid
  22. Lawton
  23. Bartlesville
  24. Yukon
  25. Choctaw
  26. Capitol Hill
  27. Norman
  28. Stillwater
  29. Moore
  30. Southmoore
  31. Ponca City
  32. U.S. Grant

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