Grove's loss to Wagoner and Oologah's upset win over Miami led to a big shuffle in this week's Oklahoma Associated Press Class 4A poll.

The previously unbeaten Ridgerunners slipped from second to fourth following a 28-21 loss to Wagoner, which had been ranked third much of the season.

Wagoner took over the No. 2 spot with Broken Bow taking over the No. 3 spot.

Miami had moved up to seventh but dropped back to 12th with a 44-28 loss to unranked Oologah.

Glenpool and Weatherford remained fifth and sixth, but Star Spencer, Mannford, Stilwell, Anadarko and Oklahoma City Douglass round out the top 10. Anadarko and Douglass share the 10th spot.

Commerce, which wrapped up its regular season last Friday with a 38-31 squeaker over Ketchum, broke into the Class A poll this week at No. 11

The Tigers have run off seven straight wins after back-to-back losses to start the season.

Class A also had a major overhaul when Velma-Alma and Pawnee suffered their first losses.

Rush Springs moved up from No. 2 to the top spot, with Ringling, Woodland, Washington and Velma-Alma rounding out the top five.

The rest of the state's six top-ranked teams made it through the week and four of the five others that played didn't give up a single point.

Union (9-0) remains the No. 1 team in Class 6A following a 47-10 victory against then-No. 9 Stillwater.

Bishop McGuinness in Class 4A, Clinton in 3A, Cascia Hall in 2A and Morrison in Class B each shut out their opponents to stay at the top of the poll, while Shattuck took a week off from adding to its 63-game winning streak in Class C.