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School of the Year

June 7, 2010

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Much like the Class 6A football championship chase, the Coaches Aid School of the Year competition continued the Union/Jenks stranglehold in 2010 as Union's Redskins captured the their third straight overall crown.

It marks Union's third straight title in the competition and the 11th consecutive year that one of the south Tulsa juggernauts has dominated the points race. Jenks won the first seven SOY overall championships.

Union capped a highly-successful spring, including state titles in baseball, slow pitch softball and girls track to cruise to the crown.

The nearest challenger provided a new flair however, as Edmond North supplanted Jenks in the number two slot overall and in 6A with the Huskies best athletic campaign in the 11-year history of the competition. The Trojans were third.

Class 3A juggernaut Cascia Hall was the highest ranking non 6A school, taking fourth by edging out 4A McGuinness.

Tulsa Washington posted its highest point total ever to end in sixth overall while Class B power Roff was seventh.

1. Union 140
2. Edmond North 111
3. Jenks 97
4. Cascia Hall 91
5. McGuinness 89
6. Tulsa Washington 85
7. Roff 83
8. Broken Arrow 80
(tie) Millwood 80
10. Edmond Memorial 70

Class 6A

Union Redskins
In addition to their titles in baseball, slow pitch softball and girls track, Union cashed in a runner-up effort in girls soccer, third place finishes in girls golf and boys track, a fourth in boys tennis and boys soccer semifinal showing for solid point totals to outdistance the pack.

Edmond North's impressive 111-point effort including spring state titles in boys golf, girls soccer and boys and girls tennis. The Huskies also placed second in girls track and were quarterfinalists in boys soccer.

Perennial power Jenks put together a strong late push to place third, winning state titles in girls golf and girls tennis. The Trojans also picked up points for high finishes in baseball, slow pitch softball,

Broken Arrow cashed in high finishes in baseball, girls golf as well as girls and boys soccer to end in fourth. Edmond Memorial checked in fifth with 70 points.

1. Union 140
2. Edmond North 111
3. Jenks 97
4. Broken Arrow 80
5. Edmond Memorial 70
6. Edmond Santa Fe 64
(tie) Midwest City 64
8. Norman North 44
9. Mustang 38
10. Putnam North 36

Bixby 32
Southmoore 28
Muskogee 27
Owasso 27
Putnam City 26
Norman 25
Bartlesville 21
Westmoore 21
Yukon 20
Moore 12
Putnam West 12
Enid 9
Shawnee 9
Choctaw 8
Lawton Ike 8
Lawton 7
Ponca City 7
Stillwater 7
Sand Springs 3
U.S. Grant 2