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SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 baseball rankings: No. 1 Silo attempts to complete undefeated season with 2A state championship

This week's Oklahoma prep baseball rankings

By Buck Ringgold 

One undefeated team remains in Oklahoma high school baseball.

That particular squad now has to win three more games later this week in order to complete a 30-0 season and claim a state championship. Not to mention perhaps sealing the top ranking in the SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 baseball poll.

With the Class 6A-2A state tournaments taking place starting Thursday, here now is the SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school baseball rankings, with games updated through Monday.

1. Silo (27-0)

The Rebels went a combined 42-1 in winning all three of their games at last week's Class 2A regional tournament. Silo now goes for a 30-0 season as the Rebels get set for their 2A quarterfinal Thursday in Oklahoma City.

2. Bixby (33-7)

Bixby is coming off an outstanding performance in its 6A regional tournament last week. In three games, the Spartans outscored their foes 36-2, including 16-2 against Broken Arrow to clinch a trip to state.

3. Owasso (29-8)

On Friday, the Rams survived an extra-inning affair against Stillwater, 5-4, to reach Saturday's 6A regional championship round. The two teams played again Saturday but this time, it was all Owasso, which rolled past the Pioneers, 15-2, to reach the state round.

4. Edmond Deer Creek (30-10)

In winning their three 6A regional games over last weekend, the Antlers outscored their foes, 31-3. Those three runs allowed came in the regional title game, though Deer Creek still won decisively, beating Yukon 13-3.

5. Heritage Hall (30-4)

The Chargers scored 17 runs in each of their last two games at the 3A regional tournament, each at the expense of Crossings Christian.

6. Verdigris (30-4)

Verdigris won all three games at its 4A regional, as the Cardinals posted a 40-6 edge in runs scored. They beat Bristow, 12-1, for the right to reach state.

7. Jenks (34-6)

The defending 6A champions are on a roll entering state, having won 12 consecutive ballgames. Jenks went to Tulsa Union's regional and beat the host Redhawks twice, 3-1 and 2-0.

8. Tuttle (34-8)

Tuttle defeated its opponents at its 4A regional last week by a combined score of 43-9. The Tigers shut out Sulphur, 7-0, in the regional finals.

9. Piedmont (30-8)

Piedmont scored 37 runs and allowed only one run in winning its 5A regional. That included back-to-back shutouts against Lawton Eisenhower (10-15, 0-0) to clinch the state bid.

10. Sapulpa (28-10)

Though the Chieftains dropped a 6-5 decision to Midwest City early in their 5A regional, Sapulpa paid back the Bombers with a 12-2 win to reach this week's state tournament.

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11. Collinsville (34-7)

Despite a 7-6 setback to Shawnee in their 5A regional opener, the Cardinals clawed back through the consolation bracket and beat Shawnee twice (5-9, 2-6) to go to state.

12. Blanchard (32-5)

The Lions posted a 41-5 edge in winning their 4A regional tourney. That included back-to-back 16-3 and 11-1 wins against Clinton to cap the regional run.

13. Victory Christian (33-8)

In two games at last week's 3A regional with Cascia Hall, the Conquerors were victorious, winning 6-3 and again 1-0 to seal the regional title.

14. Sand Springs (31-8)

The Sandites dropped two games in their 6A home regional to Enid as what had been an outstanding season came to an end.

15. Westmoore (29-11)

Westmoore dropped a 7-3 decision to Mustang early in its 6A regional tournament. But the Jaguars went on to beat the Broncos twice, the latter 14-7 to punch their ticket to state.

16. Edmond Santa Fe (29-11)

In their regional championship game, the Wolves took care of business against crosstown rival Edmond North with a 16-6 win to reach this week's 6A state tournament.

17. Oklahoma Christian School (31-8)

The Saints took two of three games from Purcell in their 3A regional tournament. In the deciding third game, OCS rolled to a 10-0 win.

18. Duncan (26-7)

Duncan didn't allow a run scored in winning all three of its 5A regional games last week. That included 12-0 and 9-0 shutouts of Guthrie to reach state.

19. Washington (29-9)

The Warriors defeated Perry, 8-3, in their 3A regional finals to reach state. Washington allowed just one other run prior to that in regionals, as the Warriors posted a 23-4 edge in winning all three games.

20. Marlow (30-8)

Marlow picked up its 30th win with an 8-1 win against Newcastle to win its 4A regional title. The Outlaws will play their first state tournament game Thursday against another 30-win team, Lincoln Christian.

21. Elk City (28-9)

The Elks have won 10 of their last 11 ballgames to clinch a trip to the 4A state tournament. At last weekend's regional, they won identical 6-5 ballgames against Byng.

22. Edmond Memorial (27-11)

Memorial advanced to the 6A state tournament by taking two of three against regional host Choctaw. In the deciding regional title game on May 7, the Bulldogs pulled off a 5-4 win.

23. Roff (29-3)

The Tigers claimed their fourth consecutive Class B spring baseball championship on Monday with a 9-3 win against Fort Cobb-Broxton.

24. Enid (25-9)

To reach the 6A state tournament, the Plainsmen won both a pitcher's duel and a slugfest against Sand Springs in last week's regional tournament. Enid beat the Sandites, 3-1; then outlasted them, 13-12, to earn the trip to state.

25. Red Oak (26-7)

The Eagles won their first spring baseball state title since 2016 when they held off top-seeded Canute, 7-6, to claim the Class A championship on Monday. Red Oak, which entered the Class A state tournament as the third seed, also won 7-6 against Tushka in the semifinals.