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There were no major changes in the high school baseball rankings this week as teams enter the home stretch before playoffs later this month.


Bryan County Conference teams now occupy four of the top five spots in Class 2A according to ossaarankings.com statistics released on Monday. Silo (15-1) is still No. 1 with rival Dale (14-2) right behind them.


Tushka (16-2) remains at third and Calera (17-1) fourth while Colbert (15-7) jumped back into the top five this week.


The Rebels face a big test this week at the Coal Mining Classic with a Thursday game in Wilburton. Farther down the bracket, the 11th-ranked Hartshorne Miners are lurking.


Another big match-up on Friday will be Calera visiting Roff (14-4). The Tigers are ranked No. 1 in Class A.


Colbert and Tushka will participate in the always competitive Coleman Tournament this weekend.


In other classes, Kingston (11-4) remains at the nine-spot in Class 3A while Rock Creek (16-5) jumped a place to No. 16 in Class A.


Boswell (9-5) is still at 13 in Class B while Caney (9-13) fell to No. 20.


In slow-pitch softball, it’s all about Tushka. The Lady Tigers are rolling through the season with a 17-0 mark and remain atop the Class 3A rankings. Tushka hosts No. 12 Crowder on Friday.


Rock Creek (5-5) fell two spots to No. 13 in Class 2A, while Bennington (8-4) slipped three places to No. 13 in Class A. Caney (7-7) returned to the list at No. 19.


In Class 5A soccer rankings, the Durant Lions (5-3) debuted at No. 14 on the top 15 list. The Lady Lions (6-2) are stable at No. 8 in the girls rankings.


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