Because all three teams are tied, the tiebreaker used is district points. Teams are awarded up to or minus 15 points based on margin of victory in every district game. The team with the highest cumulative total wins the tiebreaker in the event that a head-to-head result is not applicable.
That’s the case in District 6A-3, and it’s not a system that favors Norman North. The T-Wolves have a total of 18 district points, while Putnam City North has 19 and Edmond North has 49.
The Timberwolves do have the easier remaining schedule of the three teams, facing Moore and Lawton Eisenhower, two teams with a combined record of 4-12. Putnam City North has games against Lawton Eisenhower and Yukon (4-3, 2-3), while Edmond North squares off against Midwest City (6-2, 3-2) and winless US Grant.
Westmoore (7-1, 4-1) kept alive its hopes of hosting a home playoff game with its comeback overtime victory over Sapulpa (5-3, 2-3) Friday. It’s now tied with Broken Arrow (6-2, 4-1) in District 6A-2.
The Jaguars face Tulsa Edison (4-4, 1-4) this Thursday at Moore Stadium. A win should set up a matchup with BA in the final week of the season for No. 2 in the district behind Jenks (8-0, 5-0).