Class 6A and 5A district scenarios
BY MIKE BROWN World Sports Writer
Friday, November 02, 2012
11/02/12 at 2:33 AM
Owasso (6-0), Union (5-1) and Sand Springs (4-2) are first, second and third. Booker T. Washington (2-4, -17 marginal points) visits Bartlesville (3-3, -3) to determine fourth. Washington would have to win by at least seven points in the unlikely event that Ponca City wins at Union.
Jenks (7-0) is first. Broken Arrow (5-1, +60) and Westmoore (4-2, +35) have qualified and play at Broken Arrow for second place. Putnam City (4-3, -16) could be third if Westmoore and Sapulpa (3-3, -23) lose. But Sapulpa edges Putnam City for fourth with a win over Edison by at least seven points - or by any margin if Westmoore wins.
Norman North (6-0) and Edmond North (5-1) are first and second. Yukon (4-2) visits Putnam North (4-2) to determine third and fourth.
Santa Fe (6-0) and Norman (5-1) are first and second. The other spots are up for grabs among four teams. Lawton (3-3, +24) qualifies with a win over Norman. Edmond Memorial (3-3, -8) qualifies with a win over Putnam West and a Lawton loss - or possibly by marginal points. Loser of the game between Southmoore (3-3, -2) and Mustang (3-3, +2) is out, and the winner is not necessarily in - unless Lawton or Edmond Memorial lose.
Del City 6-0) is first. Lawton MacArthur (5-1, +60), Duncan (4-2, +29) and Ardmore (4-2, +23) have qualified. Mac is second unless it loses at home to Ardmore and Duncan loses to Chickasha. Ardmore is second in that scenario with Mac third and Duncan fourth. If Ardmore and Duncan win, Mac is second and marginal points decide third and fourth.
OKC McGuinness (6-0, +85), Deer Creek (5-1, +73) and Guthrie (5-1, +41) have qualified. Carl Albert (3-3) visits El Reno (3-3) to determine fourth. McGuinness hosts Deer Creek and is first with a win - or with a loss of five points or less if Guthrie beats OKC Northwest. Deer Creek is first with a win of six points or more - or a win and Guthrie loss. Guthrie cannot be first, but can be second if Deer Creek loses.
Bishop Kelley (6-0) is first. Memorial (5-1) visits McAlester (5-1) to determine second and third. Shawnee (3-3) hosts Noble (3-3) to determine fourth.
East Central (6-1), Claremore (5-1) and Collinsville (4-2) are first, second and third. Central (3-3) visits Coweta (3-3) to determine fourth place.
Scottie Prealow has led Owasso to the District 6A-1 title. JOEY JOHNSON/For the Tulsa World
Trey'Vonne Barr'e and Jenks finished undefeated in District 6A-2. CORY YOUNG/Tulsa World
Brady Goforth and Bishop Kelley won the District 5A-3 title last week. MICHAEL WYKE/Tulsa World
Trevon Cherry and East Central finished 6-1 in District 5A-4. JOEY JOHNSON/For the Tulsa World