Tuttle falls from top spot


Tuesday, September 26th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6



OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Roland used the strength of its 33-13 victory over Stigler and the losses of top-ranked Tuttle and No. 2 Sulphur to move into the top spot in Class 3A in this week's Oklahoma High School Football Poll.

Tuttle fell to sixth place after losing to previously unranked Kingfisher, 20-7. Kingfisher moved into a tie for No. 9 on the strength of its victory. Sulphur lost to Pauls Valley 33-21 and fell to No. 7 while Pauls Valley moved up one spot to No. 4.

All the other No. 1 teams remained unchanged in the balloting by sportswriters and sportscasters with Jenks in Class 6A, El Reno in Class 5A, Clinton in Class 4A, Cascia Hall in Class 2A, Turpin in Class A, Pioneer in Class B and Paoli in Class C.

In Class 6A, Lawton Eisenhower dropped from fifth to ninth after losing to Del City 31-28.

Carl Albert, which had been No. 4, fell out of the top 10 in Class 5A after losing to Oklahoma City Douglass 19-17. Woodward also fell out of the top 10 after losing to Guthrie 14-7.

Miami dropped from the ranks in Class 4A. In Class 2A, Pawhuska dropped from No. 3 to No. 9 after losing to unranked Perkins.