OSN Time Out
Josh Callaway. October 8th, 2020.
Astonishingly, we are technically at the midway point of the 2020 Oklahoma High School
It’s been unlike any other, and one that nobody involved will ever have a hard time
Now that we are a couple weeks into district play, I figured today would be a good time to get an
update on the district standings around the state to see who is separating themselves in the early
In District 1, Edmond Santa Fe and Yukon are currently tied for first with a 2-0 mark in district
action, with Jenks just behind them at 1-0.
All three of these teams will face each other in the month of October, with Santa Fe and Yukon
colliding tomorrow night in Edmond.
As for District 2, it’s all about the Owasso Rams who sit in sole possession of first place with a
2-0 mark and a point differential of +13.
District 1 in 6A-II has got a few impressive teams in the early going, with Putnam City North
and Stillwater both looking to be legit contenders in 2020.
Their collision in the final week of the regular season will be a sight to behold.
The team to keep an eye on here will be the Midwest City Bombers, who have taken advantage
of their one district game so far with a blowout win over Lawton.
You can see the Bombers next matchup when they host Del City right here on the Oklahoma
Sports Network Friday Night.
In District 2, Sand Springs and Choctaw have both raced out to 2-0 starts to be tied for the top –
but those Bixby Spartans are always looming.
Choctaw faces Bixby tomorrow, then Sand Springs and Choctaw meet on the 15th of October,
followed by Sand Springs getting to deal with the Spartans the following week.
As you can tell, the next few weeks will be big for that district.
In 5A there are currently six teams who can claim 2-0 in district play: El Reno (District 1),
Bishop McGuiness (District 2), Coweta (District 3), Shawnee (District 3), Collinsville (District
4), and Claremore (District 4).
Make no mistake though, the kings of 5A until they are dethroned are still the Carl Albert Titans.
They stand at only 1-0 due to a postponed game a week ago, but they get back to district action
this week against Bishop McGuiness – another fantastic game that can be watched here on the
Oklahoma Sports Network.
Like 5A, 4A has six teams that currently have the luxury of sitting with a 2-0 mark in district:
Tuttle (District 2), Blanchard (District 2), Wagoner (District 3), Ft. Gibson (District 4), Poteau
(District 4), and Sallisaw (District 4).
You may notice none of these teams come from District 1, and that is largely because that district
has been hit by a slew of postponements in the early going.
The three teams that currently sit at 1-0 are Weatherford, Newcastle, and Clinton.
Newcastle travels to Weatherford for a big matchup in that district tomorrow night on the
Oklahoma Sports Network.
3A in my mind looks to be one of the most competitive and generally wide-open classes this
season, as the argument could be made for numerous teams as contenders to go deep into the
Right now your district leaders are Heritage Hall (District 1), Kingston/Sulphur (District 2),
Stigler (District 3), and Holland Hall/Vinita (District 4).
There are teams nipping at all of their heels, though, with District 1 shaping up real nicely with
both Kingfisher and Anadarko looking sharp early there.
Also, we have to give some attention to Lincoln Christian and Verdigris who both sit at 4-0
records on the year.
2A is quite large in the amount of teams it has competing for its title – as it houses eight different
For this class, let’s just run through the teams currently in the lead here in the early stages:
Oklahoma Christian School and Luther are tied atop District 1, Jones holds the lead in District 2,
Washington has the advantage in point differential on Christian Heritage for first in District 3,
the same is true for Marlow over Davis in District 4, Vian has the lead in District 5 with a
one-point point differential lead on Cascia Hall, Eufala and Idabel are tied for tops in District 6,
Beggs and Metro Christian are deadlocked in District 7, and District 8 currently features a
three-way tie at the top between Adair, Sequoyah (Claremore), and Sperry.
Get all that?
Like 2A, Class A features eight districts.
Have no fear, we have the update for you so you don’t need to try and figure it all out yourself.
Texhoma, Hooker, and Thomas-Fay-Custer are all tied for the District 1 lead with 2-0 records
and +30 point differentials.
Minco and Cashion lead Districts 2 and 3, respectively.
District 4 has a three-way tie of their own between Ringling, Elmore City-Pernell, and Wayne.
You might be sensing a theme here, as District 5 is in the same boat as well with Pawhuska,
Oklahoma Union, and Quapaw being locked in a three-way tie there.
Lastly, Pawnee leads District 6, Wewoka leads District 7, and Colcord leads District 8.
Catch your breath.
Class B also has eight districts, but they are all much smaller in terms of the number of teams
than the other classes.
Each district features just six teams, so they will begin their district games this week.
We’ll be sure to update you on how they are looking later on in the season.
We now wrap things up with the four districts from Class C where every one currently has a tie
for the first place right now.
Buffalo, Waynoka, and Tyrone are tied in District 1.
Mt. View-Gotebo and Maysville are even in District 2.
Timberlake, Medford, and Wesleyan Christian School are in a three-way knot in District 3.
Midway and Sasakwa are tied in District 4.
With so many competitive districts already, there are going to be some great games in the second
half of the year in this class.
The season is ramping up, so be sure to keep plugged in to Oklahoma Sports Network every
single week for live games and updates from across the state on Oklahoma High School football.