ORU posted its best nonleague record since 2004-05.
During the past two weeks, the undefeated Ridgerunners have jumped six spots to No. 2.
The Ridgerunners rise four slots to No. 4.
There were no changes at the top in the nine classes, but a pair of No. 2-ranked teams -- 5A's McGuinness and 4A's Poteau -- drop after losses.
Big changes after four top-ranked teams lost last week.
Three of last week's top four teams in 6AII lost playoff openers. Stillwater and Edmond Deer Creek also moved up three slots. Bixby has been ranked No. 1 throughout the season.
Bixby has been No. 1 in 6AII every week during the season.
Lincoln is No. 1 for the first time since losing to Holland Hall in last year's state title game. Holland Hall falls from No. 1 to No. 5 after a 12-7 loss to Verdigris, which climbs to No. 4.
Broken Arrow moves up one slot to No. 3 after a 47-42 win over Edmond Santa Fe while Mustang jumps four positions to No. 4 with a 47-41 victory over Owasso, which falls two slots to No. 5. Mounds moves into the Class A rankings at 7-1 -- with its only loss to No. 3 Gore.
Victory Christian is in the 2A rankings for the first time this season after a 62-7 win over two-time defending champion Metro Christian, which was No. 3, but falls out of the top 10.
Beggs knocked Metro Christian out of the top spot in 2A with a 24-22 win in their showdown Friday. Rejoice Christian debuts in the 2A rankings at No. 9. Pryor enters the 5A rankings at No. 10.
Berryhill improves four spots to No. 5 in 3A. The Purple Pirates are No. 7 in 4A after a 3-0 victory over Wagoner, which falls to No. 8.
Booker T. Washington is 3-0 for the first time since 2015 after a 64-13 win over Edison. Hominy moves to No. 8 in Class A after 33-31 victory over Pawhuska.
Owasso spent all of the 2020 season at No. 1 before losing in the state semifinals.
Cardinals defeated Oologah 54-22 in their season opener Friday while previous No. 1 Midwest City Albert fell 14-9 to Midwest City.
Four-time defending state champion Midwest City Carl Albert returns to No. 1 in Class 5A after Coweta defeats previous-No. 1 Bishop Kelley 42-27. Collinsville advances to No. 2 and Coweta to No. 3 while Kelley falls to No. 4.
Oklahoma State fell out of the top 10 in the Coaches and Associated Press Polls after Saturday’s loss to Texas while Oklahoma moved up five spots in both polls.