OSSAA Releases New Football And Baseball Districts
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Athletics Association Board of Directors met Wednesday and decided on districting for multiple sports for the next few seasons.
The OSSAA released the new districts for Football for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons, as well as the districts for baseball for 2011-12 and 2012-13.
On the football side, a few of the most notable changes are that Booker T. Washington moves up to Class 6A and will be in district one for the east side of the state with team like Union and Owasso.
In Class 5A Noble switched places with Southeast putting the Bears in 5A East-District 3.
The board also made changes to the powerhouse district three in Class 3A. Bethany was moved out of 3A-3 and is replaced by Bethel, while the Bethany Bronchos move to 3A-2.
In 2A, Washington and Dibble switched places, putting Washington back in district 2A-3 like it has been the past few years.
Class A saw Watonga and Apache switch districts and no changes were made to Class B or Class C. No changes were recommended in Class 4A.
As far as baseball goes, the board of directors also approved that Bricktown Ballpark will host the 2011 fall baseball championships.
Only the championship games, which will be played on Oct. 8, will be held at the Bricktown Ballpark. The first and second rounds are tentatively scheduled for Edmond school sites.
OSSAA Football Districts 2012-13 and 2013-14:
Union, Owasso, Enid, Ponca City, Stillwater, Booker T. Washington, Sand Springs, Bartlesville
Jenks, Broken Arrow, Muskogee, Sapulpa, Bixby, Thomas Edison, Westmoore, Putnam City
Norman North, Midwest City, Lawton Ike, Moore, Putnam City North, Edmond North, US Grant, Yukon
Lawton, Mustang, Edmond Memorial, Edmond Santa Fe, Putnam City West, Norman, Southmoore, Choctaw
5A West -1
Duncan, Chickasha, MacArthur, Altus, Ardmore, Southeast, Del City, Capitol Hill
Guthrie, Carl Albert, Deer Creek, B. McGuinness, El Reno, Western Heights, Northwest Classen, Guymon
5A East -3
Noble, Tulsa Hale, Bishop Kelley, Shawnee, McAlester, Durant, Tulsa Memorial, Skiatook
5A East -4
Tulsa Central, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Tulsa East Central, Grove, Pryor, Tahlequah
Anadarko, Cache, Clinton, Elgin, Weatherford, Woodward, Elk City, Piedmont
Ada, Mannford, Glenpool, Harrah, McLoud, Douglass, Tecumseh, Santa Fe South
Catoosa, Oologah, Miami, Vinita, Wagoner, Cleveland, McLain, Daniel Webster
Sallisaw, Broken Bow, Poteau, Muldrow, Fort Gibson, Stilwell, Cascia Hall, Will Rogers
Blanchard, Bridge Creek, Marlow, Tuttle, Little Axe, Jones, St. Mary
Bethany, Bristow, Chandler, Perkins]Tryon, Cushing, Prague, Seminole
Bethel, Heritage Hall, John Marshall, Kingfisher, Newcastle, Oklahoma Centennial, Star Spencer
Madill, Plainview, Pauls Valley, Lone Grove, Dickson, Purcell, Sulphur, Atoka
Berryhill, Blackwell, Claremore Sequoyah, Dewey, Metro Christian, Sperry, Verdigris
Beggs, Henryetta, Inola, Kellyville, Morris, Okmulgee, Victory Christian
Hilldale, Keys (Parkhill), Lincoln Christian, Locust Grove, Jay, Sequoyah Tahlequah , Westville
Checotah, Eufaula, Heavener, Idabel, Roland, Spiro, Stigler, Valliant
Alva, Hennessey, Chisholm, Perry, Tonkawa, Newkirk, Pawnee
Millwood, Crooked Oak, OK Christian School, Northeast, Luther, Dibble, Christian Heritage
Hobart, Mangum, Frederick, Riverside, Hinton, Washington, Lindsay, Comanche
Davis, Konawa, Tishomingo, Marietta, Kingston, Lexington, Coalgate
Stroud, Okemah, Holdenville, Meeker, Wellston, Haskell, Mounds
Vian, Pocola, Panama, Hugo, Antlers, Hartshorne, Wilburton
Pawhuska, Adair, Oklahoma Union, Caney Valley, Nowata, Chelsea, Chouteau]Maize
Commerce, Colcord, Salina, Hulbert, Wyandotte, Ketchum, Quapaw, Kansas
Texhoma, Hooker, Turpin, Beaver, Mooreland, Fairview, Okeene, Oklahoma Bible
Hollis, Sayre, Thomas, Apache, Burns Flat]Dill City, Cordell, Snyder
Pioneer, Carnegie, Watonga, Minco, Crossings Christian, Cashion, Crescent
Walters, Empire, Rush Springs, Bray]Doyle, Velma]Alma, Ringling, Healdton, Wilson
Elmore City, Maysville, Wayne, Wynnewood, Stratford, Caddo, Wewoka
Savanna, Haileyville, Talihina, Quinton, Canadian, Gore, Central Sallisaw
Morrison, Yale, Drumright, Depew, Kiefer, Hominy, Barnsdall
Fairland, Afton, Foyil, Summit Christian, Liberty, Porter Consolidated, Okay, Warner
Laverne, Merritt, Seiling, Canton, Geary, Pond Creek]Hunter, Ringwood, Waukomis, Covington]Douglas, Garber
Allen, Alex, Oklahoma Christian Academy, S.W. Covenant, Macomb, Paoli, Cyril, Central, Fox, Waurika
Woodland, Riverfield Country Day, Agra, Copan, South Coffeyville, Welch, Watts, Oaks, Coyle, Rejoice Christian
Weleetka, Wetumka, Bowlegs, Strother, Gans, Keota, Cave Springs, Porum, Dewar, Davenport
Boise City, Goodwell/Yarbrough, Tyrone, Forgan, Balko, Buffalo, Waynoka, Shattuck, Sharon]Mutual
Corn Bible, Gracemont, Mountain View] Gotebo, Cement, Duke, Tipton, Grandfield, Ryan, Temple
Cherokee, Kremlin–Hillsdale, Timberlake, Medford, Deer Creek]Lamont, Wesleyan Christian, Prue, Claremore Christian, Bluejacket
Carney, Midway, Webbers Falls, Arkoma, Bokoshe, Maud, Sasakwa, Thackerville, Victory Life
Class 5A and 6A Baseball Districts 2011-12 and 2012-13
District 1: Choctaw, Edmond North, Lawton Ike, Midwest City, Moore, Putnam City, Santa Fe, Yukon
District 2: PC North, Edmond Memorial, Lawton, Norman, Norman North, PC West, Southmoore, Westmoore
District 3: Broken Arrow, Bartlesville, Bishop Kelley, Bixby, Edison, Muskogee, Owasso, Stillwater
District 4: Union, Enid, Jenks, Mustang, Ponca City, Sand Springs, Sapulpa, US Grant
District 1: Deer Creek, Bishop McGuinness, Capitol Hill, El Reno, Guthrie, Guymon, Shawnee, Western Heights
District 2: Carl Albert, Altus, Ardmore, Chickasha, Del City, Duncan, Lawton Mac, Southeast
District 3: Claremore, Booker T. Washington, Collinsville, Coweta, East Central, Grove, Skiatook, Tahlequah
District 4: McAlester, Tulsa Central, Durant, Tulsa Memorial, Nathan Hale, Noble, NW Classen, Pryor