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Todd’s High School Rankings

Todd’s High School Rankings

The RPI rankings showed to be a good predictor in the first round of the high school football playoffs.

The higher ranked RPI team was 73-15.
There were 17 road upsets in round 1, and the RPI rankings predicted 9 of them.

After updating the records to reflect last week’s results, here’s a look at this week’s playoff match ups and how they stack up in the RPI rankings.

6A-I
#5 Edmond Santa Fe (.551) vs. #3 Broken Arrow (.638)
#2 Jenks (.645) vs. #1 Union (.658)
6A-II
 
#6 Sand Springs (.508) vs. #1 Booker T. Washington (.624)
#4 Bixby (.560) vs. #2 Bartlesville (.604)
5A
 
#7 Collinsville (.595) at #3 MacArthur (.650)
#18 Deer Creek (.507) at #1 Skiatook (.682)
#2 McAlester (.679) at #8 Bishop McGuinness (.591)
#5 Altus (.623) at #4 Coweta (.641)
4A
 
#8 Cascia Hall (.592) at #7 Anadarko (.594)
#6 Clinton (.604) at #1 Wagoner (675)
#2 Oologah (.665) at #10 Weatherford (.578)
#4 Harrah (.612) at #3 Poteau (.610)
3A
 
#3 Plainview (.643) at #2 Heritage Hall (.644)
#5 Sequoyah-Tahlequah (.629) at #7 Hilldale (.623)
#15 Meeker (.577) at #14 Lone Grove (.578)
#29 Berryhill (.526) at #4 Locust Grove (.630)
#26 Idabel (.529) at #6 Lincoln Christian (.628)
#12 Sulphur (.583) at #16 John Marshall (.577)
#9 Victory Christian (.608) at #21 Roland (.555)
#8 Douglass (.616) at #1 Jones (.646)
2A
 
#8 Lindsay (.607) at #7 Chisholm (.613)
#5 Colcord (.617) at #6 Vian (.613)
#15 Millwood (.563) at #3 Davis (.625)
#11 Stroud (.582) at #1 Adair (.665)
#4 Haskell (.619) at #13 Okemah (.574)
#17 Kingston (.559) at #2 Luther (.626)
#12 Prague (.579) at #14 Hulbert (.573)
#24 Hennessey (.531) at #10 Washington (.603)
A
 
#17 Healdton (.533) at #1 Mooreland (.663)
#20 Fairland (.521) at #12 Hominy (.563)
#8 Hooker (.582) at #3 Stratford (.638)
#23 Crescent (.513) at #9 Rejoice Christian (.579)
#15 Ketchum (.550) at #10 Cashion (.578)
#5 Minco (.607) at #2 Hollis (.646)
#4 Kiefer (.609) at #13 Talihina (.562)
#7 Thomas-Fay-Custer (.594) at #6 Ringling (.595)
B
 
#10 Dewar (.587) at #4 Seiling (.618)
#5 Geary (.609) at #2 Davenport (.651)
#8 Weleetka (.594) at #1 Alex (.660)
#6 Pioneer-Pleasant Vale (.608) at #3 Keota (.629)
C
 
#8 Timberlake (.570) at #1 Cherokee (.656)
#7 Tipton (.592) at #4 Coyle (.616)
#6 Deer Creek-Lamont (.599) at #3 Grandfield (.633)
#5 Shattuck (.609) at #2 Fox (.637)

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