OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Two games between ranked foes in Class A provided the biggest changes in the Oklahoma high school football poll this week as all eight Number 1 teams retained their top spots.
Pawnee stayed at Number 1 after beating Number 6 Commerce 53-to-18 while Ringling fell from the Number 2 spot with a 41-0 loss to Number 4 Washington.
With Ringling's loss, Rush Springs moved up a spot to Number 3 and is followed in this week's Associated Press poll by Washington, Tonkawa, Turpin, Ringling and Commerce.
Carl Albert in 5A, Clinton in 4A, Kingfisher in 3A, Sulphur in 2A, and Shattuck in Class C all won to retain their top rankings. Jenks in 6A and Weleetka in Class B stayed at Number 1 following off weeks.