Some of the teams in this area have to wonder what results voters are waiting to see before changing their minds on where their teams should be ranked. Even though there were some big results, there wasn’t a lot of change in this week's rankings.

• Shawnee Boys Basketball, No. 7 in 5A – The Wolves beat Guthrie easily on Tuesday and then beat No. 9 Southeast and No. 3 El Reno in the Shawnee invitation before falling to Stillwater, ranked No. 18 in 6A this week, to move up one spot. El Reno lost to Shawnee and Norman North on back to back nights but they retained their No. 3 ranking in 5A. Shawnee goes on the road tonight to play 4A No. 3 Ada, who the Wolves beat earlier in the season.

• Shawnee Girls Basketball, No. 4 in 5A. The Lady Wolves dominated Guthrie Tuesday and beat Southeast, No. 8 El Reno and No. 3 Ardmore to win the Shawnee Invitational last week. The Lady Wolves moved up one place to No. 4 but Ardmore stayed one place ahead despite Shawnee beating them 42-41 Saturday night. The Lady Wolves are back in action in Ada tonight. Ada, 4A’s No. 3 team, beat Shawnee earlier this season.

• Dale’s Pirates held onto a No. 3 ranking after wins over a third place finish in the Cashion Tournament this weekend. The Pirates dominated Preston Tuesday night and won two of three games in the tournament, with their only loss coming to OCS – the No. 14 team in 3A. The Pirates did not fall in the rankings despite their semifinal loss. The third place result is more impressive when you consider the fact that the Pirates are missing Cole Seaborn who has been out of the starting lineup with an ankle injury. The Pirates travel to 2A No. 6 Latta tonight and to McLoud Friday.

• Dale’s Lady Pirates remain the No. 1 team in 2A Basketball even thought they suffered their first loss of the season at No. 4 Preston last week. The Lady Pirates have had a week off and play again tonight at No. 13 Latta before traveling to McLoud Friday.

• Prague Red Devils, 3A No. 19. Prague fell one spot after beating Stroud and Chandler before falling to Seminole in the finals of the Route 66 Tournament last weekend. This week, the Red Devils host Chandler tonight and Okemah Friday.

• Chandler Lady Lions, 3A No. 10. Chandler stayed in the top ten this week. The Lady Lions beat Stroud and Meeker before falling 47-43 to unranked rival Prague in the Route 66 Tournament last weekend. As fate would have it, the two teams face off again tonight in Prague.

• Asher’s Lady Indians stayed at No. 9 in Class B this week after splitting games with 2A Vanoss before recovering with wins over Macomb and Wetumka to win the consolation bracket of the Pottawatomie County Tournament. The Lady Indians only game this week is tonight at Allen.

• Earlsboro remained No. 3 in Class B after taking second in the Pottawatomie County Tournament last week.  The Wildcats beat Asher and Class A No. 13 Davenport before losing to 2A Vanoss. This week’s games include hosting Roff tonight and Class B No. 12 Paden Saturday.

• Shawnee Girls Swimming, No. 7 in 5A. The Lady Wolves stayed at No. 7 this week. The vote totals are very close and the Lady Wolves could climb back up in the rankings with good results at this week’s Suburban Conference Tournament.

• Shawnee Boys Swimming, No. 9 in 5A – The Wolves stayed at No. 9 this week. They are back in action at the conference tournament this week.

• Shawnee Wrestling 5A No. 6 Duals and No. 7 Tournament. The Wolves jumped two places after two nice dual wins over Tahlequah and Noble last week and they improved to No. 7 in tournament rankings after a good showing at the Skiatook Tournament over the weekend. The Wolves wrestlers have duals at No. 11 McAlester and No. 8 Glenpool this week.