Win against Jenks establishes Booker T. Washington in Class 6A

Monday, September 25th 2006, 3:45 pm
By: News On 6

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Booker T. Washington proved it can play in Oklahoma's largest class and was rewarded with the Number Two ranking in this week's Associated Press high-school poll.

The Hornets got 259 rushing yards and three touchdowns from Michael Harris in a 43-to-37 triple overtime win against Jenks last week. Jenks, which has won seven of the last ten state titles in Class 6A, had been ranked Number Two.

Muskogee remained the Number One team in Class 6A with a 21-to-0 win against Tahlequah. Jenks fell into a tie for Number Three with Westmoore while Owasso, Norman, Mustang, Eisenhower and Midwest City complete the top 10.

Sequoyah-Claremore emerged as the Number One team in Class 3A after a 35-to-6 win against Blackwell. The Eagles were tied with Seminole for the top spot last week. They travel to play Number Four Berryhill this week.

The rest of the state's top-ranked teams stayed the same this week. They are: Tulsa East Central in Class 5A, Wagoner in 4A, Davis in 2A, Pawnee in Class A, Morrison in Class B and Shattuck in Class C.