Week Two: B-3A Rankings

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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)

1 Kingston 2-0 ↔1

The Redskins start the season off in dominating fashion with a pair of large victories over Caddo and Atoka.


2 Millwood 3-1 ↔2

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.


3 Star-Spencer 1-0 ↔3

The defending State Champions are closely eyeing the top spot in 3A with a Friday night win over 4A powerhouse Tulsa McLain.


4 Roland 3-0 ↔4

5 Hugo 3-0 ↑6

Hugo picked up a trio of impressive wins this week over 5A McAlester, A No. 2 Wright City, and 4A Broken Bow, respectively.


6 Sequoyah-Tahlequah 1-0 ↓5

7 Beggs 0-0 ↔7

8 Metro Christian 0-0 ↔8

9 Okmulgee 1-0 ↑NR

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.


10 Idabel 0-1 ↔10

Prep Hoops Oklahoma 2A Rankings (Week Two)

1 Dale 5-0 ↔1

Dale proves it belongs with wins over A No. 5 Okarche and 4A Bethel.


2 Vanoss 6-0 ↔2

Vanoss holds onto the No. 2 spot with wins over a pair of B contenders in Calvin and New Lima.


3 Hooker 2-0 ↔3

Hooker just misses the No. 2 spot this week, picking up a pair of wins against B Forgan and A Texhoma.


4 Regent Prep 0-0 ↔4

5 Rock Creek 5-1 ↑7

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.


6 Carnegie 2-0 ↔6

7 Luther 0-0 ↓5

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.


8 Talihina 1-0 ↔8

9 Okemah 2-0 ↑NR

Okemah gets the boost it needs to hop into the 2A rankings with wins over 3A Chandler and 4A McLoud.


10 Hobart 1-1 ↓9

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)

1 Ft. Cobb-Broxton 7-1 ↔1

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.


2 Glencoe 5-0 ↑3

Glencoe rises to the No. 2 spot with wins over Ind. Justice Alma Wilson and 2A Welston.


3 Wright City 5-2 ↓2

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.


4 Frontier 3-0 ↔4

5 Kiowa 6-0 ↑8

6 Garber 4-0 ↑9

7 Arapaho-Butler 7-0 ↑10

Arapaho-Butler rises with the help of a key few losses across the state as well as a trio of wins this week.


8 Clayton 8-1 ↑NR

Clayton earns its way into the A rankings with wins over B Moyers and Buffalo Valley.


9 Cyril 1-1 ↓7

Cyril falls with a loss to A Binger-Oney.


10 Whitesboro 5-2 ↓6

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)

1 Kinta 7-0 ↔1

Kinta remains undefeated and maintains the top spot with considerable wins over Panola and Boswell.


2 Duke 5-0 ↔2

3 Leedy 8-0 ↔3

4 Loobeka-Sickles 6-2 ↑5

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.


5 Calumet 6-1 ↓4

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.


6 Varnum 6-1 ↔6

7 Paden 6-0 ↔7

8 Lomega 4-2 ↔8

9 Big Pasture 6-1 ↔9

10 Granite 5-2 ↔10

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