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Posted On: 12/3/18 2:23 PM
After the first week of hoops action across the state of Oklahoma, small-school hoops had its share of entertainment. Here are our small school rankings as of Dec. 3, 2018:
Prep Hoops Oklahoma 3A Rankings (Week Two)
The Redskins start the season off in dominating fashion with a pair of large victories over Caddo and Atoka.
Millwood drops its first loss to 4A No. 1 Heritage Hall. The Falcons avenged the Tuesday night loss with a trio of wins in the Hays City Shootout in Hays, Kansas.
The defending State Champions are closely eyeing the top spot in 3A with a Friday night win over 4A powerhouse Tulsa McLain.
Hugo picked up a trio of impressive wins this week over 5A McAlester, A No. 2 Wright City, and 4A Broken Bow, respectively.
Okmulgee finds its way into the 3A rankings for the first time this season, benefitting from a few key losses across the state as well as a big win over 2A Wewoka.
Prep Hoops Oklahoma 2A Rankings (Week Two)
Dale proves it belongs with wins over A No. 5 Okarche and 4A Bethel.
Vanoss holds onto the No. 2 spot with wins over a pair of B contenders in Calvin and New Lima.
Hooker just misses the No. 2 spot this week, picking up a pair of wins against B Forgan and A Texhoma.
After droppings its first game of the season to A No. 2 Wright City, the Mustangs have been on a hot streak. Creek grabbed staggering wins over 2A Coalgate and 2A Colbert.
Luther falls on the merit that it has yet to play any games, but don’t expect the Lions to stay down long. The Lions will have a test against 3A Meeker this week that could give them a boost.
Okemah gets the boost it needs to hop into the 2A rankings with wins over 3A Chandler and 4A McLoud.
Hobart suffers by dropping its first loss to 2A No. 6 Carnegie, but trail the No. 9 spot by a narrow margin.
Prep Hoops Oklahoma A Rankings (Week Two)
Ft. Cobb-Broxton escaped B No. 5 Loobeka-Sickles with an overtime win last Tuesday night, but stayed on track with a Friday win over B Mt. View-Gotebo.
Glencoe rises to the No. 2 spot with wins over Ind. Justice Alma Wilson and 2A Welston.
The defending 2A State Champions suffered a pair of losses to 3A No. 6 Hugo and Ind. OKC Storm. The LumberJax look to bounce back with matchups against 2A No. 8 Talihina and 3A Valliant this week.
Arapaho-Butler rises with the help of a key few losses across the state as well as a trio of wins this week.
Clayton earns its way into the A rankings with wins over B Moyers and Buffalo Valley.
Cyril falls with a loss to A Binger-Oney.
Whitesboro falls with a loss to A Smithville but will have the opportunity to regain its status over the next couple weeks with a few tests.
Prep Hoops Oklahoma B Rankings (Week Two)
Kinta remains undefeated and maintains the top spot with considerable wins over Panola and Boswell.
Loobeka-Sickles took A No. 1 Ft. Cobb-Broxton to overtime and nearly stole a win Tuesday night. It had wins over a pair of class A teams in Geary and Hydro-Eakly on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Calumet falls despite winning both its games last week, but trails the No. 4 spot only by a narrow margin. The season-long race between the top five schools in class B will be as interesting as any class across the state.
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