Upset knocks Clinton from top spot in Oklahoma high school football poll
Monday, September 18th 2006, 3:45 pm
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OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ The Clinton Red Tornadoes saw their 29-game winning streak end in an upset loss to Hobart on Friday.
Now Clinton drops from its Number 1 spot in The Associated Press' Oklahoma high school football rankings.
Clinton falls to third in Class 3A with Seminole and Sequoyah-Claremore tied for the top spot.
In other classes, Muskogee remains 1st and Jenks 2nd in 6A and Tulsa East Central retains the Number 1 spot in 5A.
In 4A Wagoner is still at the top of the poll while Davis moves from second to first and Millwood falls from first to second in 2A.
Pawnee in A, Morrisson in Class B and Shattuck in C all remain Number 1 after wins last week.