Top teams hold on to their spots
Tuesday, September 19th 2000, 12:00 am
By: News On 6
(Oklahoma City-AP) -- There's no change among the top teams in the latest Oklahoma Associated Press high school football poll.
Jenks was the unanimous choice for Number One in class Six-A with a win over Tulsa Union. Union remains Number Two in the poll.
El Reno is still Number one in Class Five-A, but there was a bit of a shake-up under them.
In class Four-A, Clinton remains Number One, with Sallisaw and Star-Spencer following at Numbers Two and Three, respectively.
Tuttle is atop the Class Three-A poll. Piedmont is in the rankings for the first time at Number Five.
The top three teams remained unchanged in Class Two-A. Cascia Hall is Number One.
In Class A, Turpin is still Number One, while Thomas took over the Second spot with a win over Apache.
Pioneer is still atop the Class B rankings with Foyil replacing Oklahoma Christian in the number Five spot.
In Class C, Paoli remained Number One.