Heritage Hall locked up its undefeated season with a dominating win over Purcell on Thursday night, and the Chargers will be the No. 1 seed in the district. If Cushing can beat Mannford and Perkins-Tryon can beat Blackwell, they’ll secure the No.2 and 3 seeds. Kingfisher has to beat a one-win Centennial team and keep hold of the tie-breaker lead (6 points) over Mannford to stay at the four spot. If Cushing were to lose to Mannford, Perkins-Tryon would have to make up the 30-point tie-breaker deficit to leap to the No. 2 seed, while Mannford could potentially sneak up on the No. 4 seed if it did indeed upset Cushing.
John Marshall will need to win its game over Bethany to secure the No. 1 seed, if Bethany were to win by more than four points it would take over the No. 1 seed. If Bethany wins by less than four points, Meeker would be the top seed. If Bethany loses and Blanchard beats Mount Saint Mary, while Douglass beats one-win Bridge Creek, Bethany would fall out of the playoffs while Blanchard and Douglass would take over the 3 and 4 seeds depending on who wins by more tonight.
Bethany (3-2)-John Marshall (4-1)
Mount Saint Mary(1-4)-Blanchard(3-2)
Douglass (3-2)-Bridge Creek (1-8)
Jones will remain on top of the district if they can beat Star Spencer, and Pauls Valley will be looking to beat Seminole by more than 16 points if they want to jump the Chieftains for the No. 2 seed. If the Panthers lose, they will need to make sure it’s not by more than seven so they don’t get jumped by Purcell. Star Spencer would need to upset Jones and make up the 39 point tie-breaker difference to jump Purcell (or Pauls Valley) for the No. 4 seed.
Sulphur will be looking to beat Lone Grove by 26 points to take the No. 1 seed, while hoping to not give up the 14-point tie-breaker deficit to Plainview if the Indians were able to beat Madill. Speaking of Madill, the Wildcats could sneak into the playoffs with a win over the Indians while making up the 22-point tie-breaker deficit over Marlow, which currently sits in the No. 4 spot and faces a two-win Dickson team tonight.
Lincoln Christian and Berryhill will square off tonight for the No. 1 seed, while Verdigris will secure the No. 3 seed with a win over one-win Kellyville. Sperry either has to beat Dewey, or not get beat by more than 28 points to hold onto the No. 4 seed.
Hilldale will need to win against Rogers to lock up the No. 1 seed, while Checotah and Beggs will battle it out for which team will be the No. 3 seed while the other will most likely be in the playoffs with the No. 4 spot unless Rogers upsets Hilldale and makes up a 30-point tie-breaker deficit.
Locust Grove has the No. 1 seed locked down, and Westville will be the No. 2 spot unless Tahlequah Sequoyah beats Claremore Sequoyah and makes up the 11-point tie-breaker deficit. If Claremore Sequoyah ends up losing by more than 25 points, then Inola could sneak into the playoffs as the No. 4 seed.
Tahlequah Sequoyah(3-2)-Claremore Sequoyah(3-2)
Roland will need to beat Eufaula tonight to hold onto the No. 1 seed, but if Roland loses, then Stigler would take over as the top seed. If Eufaula loses and Heavener makes up the 45-point tie-breaker in a matchup against Idabel, the Wolves would sneak into the playoffs by knocking out either Eufaula or Idabel. If Eufaula wins, Heavener would have to make up a 56-point tie-breaker deficit over Idabel.