The final rankings of the year were released for 5A and 6A Monday and only the Shawnee Lady Wolves moved at all.
• Shawnee Girls Basketball, No. 3 in 5A – A great week of wins over Carl Albert and Shawnee was just enough to propel Shawnee from No. 4 to No. 3 in the final rankings of the year. The Lady Wolves began the year at No. 1 but they had to adjust to the loss of Monica Brooks inside and dropped to the lower half of the Top Ten before consistent wins pushed them higher in the polls. The difference between No. 3 and No. 5 was razor thin. Shawnee had 396 points from the 25 voters. Piedmont, who Shawnee hosts on Valentine’s Day squeezed past Ardmore into the No. 4 spot with 398 votes to the Lady Tigers’ 388 points. The Lady Wolves will play at Western Heights tonight and at Chickasha on Feb. 10.
• Shawnee Boys Basketball, No. 6 in 5A – The Wolves’ played better than their 0-2 record would show last week. Close losses to No. 4 El Reno and No. 1 Carl Albert didn’t hurt the Wolves who stayed at No. 6 in the final rankings. The Wolves travel to Western Heights tonight and head to 4A No. 5 Chickasha Friday.
• Shawnee Wrestling 5A No. 6 Duals and No. 7 Tournament – The Wolves face Altus at noon Friday at Firelake Arena in the 5A State Dual Tournament. They head to Del City for Regionals next Friday.
• Dale’s Pirates - No. 4 in 2A – The Pirates play at No. 10 Vanoss tonight and host 2A No. 1 Wewoka Friday night.
• Dale’s Lady Pirates - No. 1 team in 2A – The Lady Pirates play at Vanoss tonight and host Wewoka Friday.
• Asher’s Lady Indians - No. 9 in Class B – Asher hosts Strother tonight before starting the playoffs Saturday against the winner of Paoli and Springer at 6:30 p.m. at home.
• Earlsboro - No. 3 in Class B – The Wildcats host Sasakwa tonight before beginning their playoff run against the winner of Wanette and Gracemont Saturday at 8 p.m. at home.
• Prague Red Devils -3A No. 17 – Prague hosts Seminole tonight and host Jones at 2 p.m. Saturday before heading to Meeker next Tuesday.
• Chandler Lady Lions - 3A No. 10 – Chandler heads to Wellston tonight and then play McLoud at noon at the Chesapeake Arena on Thursday before heading to Holdenville Friday night.