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By Buck Ringgold

There was one team that moved up into the Top 5 in this week's SBLive Oklahoma high school boys basketball rankings.

As for the top three teams, those remained intact from last week, although COVID-19 has had an effect on certain teams' schedules of late.

With several ranked teams being involved in tournament action this week, here are this week's SBLive Oklahoma Top 25 high school boys basketball rankings.

1. Del City (11-3)

The Eagles continued their strong run of late with an 84-56 road win at El Reno on Jan. 11. Del City played Tuesday at rival Midwest City.

2. Kingfisher (11-0)

Issues with COVID-19 forced the Yellowjackets to not play last week. Their next scheduled game is Jan. 25, a game at El Reno.

3. Tulsa Memorial (15-1)

Last week, the Chargers swept a pair of games against crosstown foes, Central on Jan. 11 (85-60) and then Rogers on Jan. 14 (74-44). Memorial returned home Tuesday to face another crosstown foe, East Central.

4. Jenks (10-1)

The Trojans had a big week at the expense of two longtime archrivals. They survived Tulsa Union in overtime, 72-70, on Jan. 11; then returned home on Jan. 14 to roll past Bixby, 81-58. Jenks traveled to Owasso on Tuesday and will begin play at the Jenks/Union Invitational Thursday.

5. Edmond Memorial (10-2)

Memorial outlasted Yukon, 44-40, on the road Jan. 14. The Bulldogs returned home Tuesday to take on Norman North.

6. Dale (13-1)

The Pirates posted an 82-56 win at Wewoka on Jan. 14. Dale will take part in the Cashion Tournament starting Thursday.

7. Victory Christian (10-2)

It was a successful road swing last week for the Conquerors, who won at Regent Prep on Jan. 11 (58-47) and then went to Rejoice Christian two nights later and picked up another win (65-29). Victory traveled to face Heritage Hall on Tuesday and will participate in the Port City Classic in Catoosa starting Thursday.

8. Mustang (12-1)

The Broncos claimed a 60-45 win at Westmoore on Jan. 14 and followed that up Monday with a 60-52 win at home against Stillwater. Mustang goes to the Shawnee Tournament starting Thursday.

9. Tulsa Booker T. Washington (10-0)

Last week, the Hornets took care of business on the road, winning 78-50 at Sapulpa on Jan. 11 and then holding off Owasso, 65-61, on Jan. 14. BTW has another challenge on the road this week, going to Tulsa Union on Tuesday and then starting Thursday, taking part in the Jenks/Union Invitational.

10. Oklahoma Christian School (11-1)

A scheduled game on Jan. 11 against Luther was postponed. The Saints resumed action Tuesday against Oklahoma Christian Academy and will then go to the Cashion Tournament on Thursday.

11. Edmond North (9-3)

Three days after beating Moore to win the Putnam City Invitational, the Huskies beat Moore again, this time 56-54 on Jan. 11. North then beat crosstown rival Deer Creek, 74-54, on Jan. 14. The Huskies traveled to Norman on Tuesday and starting Thursday, will take part in the Carl Albert Tournament.

12. Broken Arrow (8-2)

The Tigers had an impressive showing in a pair of road wins last week. They prevailed at Sand Springs on Jan. 11, 70-47, and then picked up a big win at Tulsa Union on Jan. 14, 66-62.

13. Oklahoma City Southeast (7-1)

Southeast has had to deal with a litany of postponed games the past couple of weeks. The Spartans are hoping to get back onto the court Tuesday with a game at crosstown foe Douglass. They also go to the Shawnee Tournament starting Thursday.

14. Putnam City North (8-1)

The Panthers defeated rival Putnam City West on Jan. 11, 58-42, and followed that up with a 60-45 win at Enid on Jan. 14. PC North will take part in the Jenks/Union Invitational starting Thursday.

15. Heritage Hall (8-2)

A pair of games last week were called off due to COVID-19. The Chargers are scheduled for a big home test Tuesday against Victory Christian. Then on Thursday, they take part in the Bruce Gray Invitational at Edmond Deer Creek.

16. Putnam City West (11-3)

The Patriots were upended on Jan. 11 by Putnam City North, 58-42. Then, a game on Jan. 14 against Putnam City was postponed due to COVID-19.

17. Midwest City Carl Albert (8-4)

On Jan. 14, the Titans posted a 61-56 win at home against the OKC Storm. They will participate in their home tournament, the Titan Classic, starting on Thursday.

18. Alva (13-1)

The Goldbugs rebounded from their narrow loss to Kingfisher in the Wheat Capital final with two resounding wins, 76-46 at Oklahoma Bible on Jan. 13 and then 67-48 a night later at home against Chisholm. Alva played Newkirk on Tuesday before going to the Pawhuska Tournament starting Thursday.

19. Roff (14-0)

The Tigers posted a 66-36 win at Tupelo on Jan. 11. They return to the court Thursday back in Tupelo, this time taking part in a three-day tournament.

20. Oklahoma City Millwood (9-4)

COVID-19 wreaked havoc on the Falcons' schedule last week, resulting in canceled games. Millwood is set to resume action Thursday, playing at the John Nobles Tournament at Moore.

21. Hydro-Eakly (12-3)

The Bobcats rolled past Geary on Jan. 11, 75-17, before a game on Jan. 14 against Canton was canceled due to COVID-19.

22. Stilwell (12-0)

Stilwell remained unbeaten after a 64-37 home win against Poteau on Jan. 11. The Indians will try to keep their perfect record intact this week when they take part in the Fort Gibson Tournament starting Thursday.

23. Collinsville (11-2)

The Cardinals have won three straight games, all against fellow ranked Class 5A contenders. After beating Tulsa Edison for third place at the Lincoln Christian Winter Classic, Collinsville pulled off a 52-51 win against Coweta on Jan. 11 and then won at Grove on Jan. 14, 65-46. The Cardinals returned home Tuesday to take on Tahlequah.

24. Coweta (11-2)

The Tigers started last week with a tough 52-51 loss to Collinsville on Jan. 11. But they bounced back to beat Claremore on Jan. 13 (74-47) and Glenpool a night later (51-37). Coweta was at home Tuesday to take on Pryor before participating in the Fort Gibson Tournament beginning Thursday.

25. Cashion (9-3)

One of the hottest teams in the state the past couple of weeks has been the Wildcats. They have now won eight straight ballgames, the latter two in overtime. They won at Wynnewood on Saturday, 45-39, before returning home Monday and edging Bishop McGuinness in overtime, 65-62. Cashion will host its own tournament starting Thursday.