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November 5, 2013

Prep playoff picture: Possibilities for area schools in regular season finale



If the Tigers lose, they’ll miss the playoffs. With a win, the Tigers finish second in District 6A-4 if:

· Putnam City West beats Edmond Memorial, Mustang beats Southmoore, Edmond Santa Fe beats Choctaw and the Tigers come out on top of district points.

The Tigers finish third if:

· Mustang beats Southmoore, Edmond Memorial beats Putnam City West, Edmond Santa Fe beats Choctaw and the Tigers come out on top of district points.

The Tigers finish fourth if:

· Southmoore beats Mustang, Edmond Memorial beats Putnam City West, and Edmond Santa Fe beats Choctaw.

· Mustang beats Southmoore, Edmond Memorial beats Putnam City West, Edmond Santa Fe beats Choctaw and the Tigers finish fourth on tiebreaks.


The SaberCats (6-3, 4-2) have a pivotal game at Mustang on Friday. With a win, Southmoore will finish second. However, with a loss the SaberCats could finish as high as second or miss the playoffs entirely.

· If Southmoore loses, Lawton defeats NHS and Edmond Santa Fe defeats Choctaw, Southmoore’s fate will come down to tiebreakers, with the SaberCats finishing as high as second or missing the postseason entirely.


The stakes are extremely clear for the Jaguars (8-1, 5-1) as they host Broken Arrow (7-2, 5-1). The winner will finish second to Jenks in District 6A-2, while the loser will finish third.


Things are equally as clear for Washington (7-1, 5-1). The Warriors will win the district if they defeat Lindsay (6-2, 5-0) on Friday, while the loser will finish second in District 2A-3.

Corbin Hosler

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