OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Broken Arrow emerged from a tight, three-way race to claim the No. 1 spot atop Class 6A in The Associated Press' Oklahoma high-school football rankings.
Undefeated Lawton (4-0) and Jenks (2-2) each received four first-place votes, but Broken Arrow (2-2) came out ahead as the only team that wasn't placed lower than fourth on any ballot. The three teams were separated by three points.
Four-time defending state champion Union fell from No. 1 to No. 6 after losing to Owasso, which is now No. 5. Edmond North is No. 4.
The other top-ranked teams in the state remain the same: Guthrie in Class 5A, Cascia Hall in 4A, Tuttle in 3A, Millwood in 2A, Wayne in Class A, Laverne in Class B and Tipton in Class C.
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